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Cheapest Sennheiser PXC 550 Price in Philippines is ₱ 19,088.00

The Sennheiser PXC 550 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Sennheiser PXC 550 price in Philippines is ₱ 19,088.00 from Lazada. Sennheiser PXC 550 price details are updated December 2019.

Sennheiser PXC 550 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Sennheiser PXC 550

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 3.599.000 ₱ 12,470.00
Malaysia MYR 1,590.00 ₱ 18,433.00
Philippines PHP 19,088.00 ₱ 19,088.00
Singapore SGD 449.00 ₱ 15,975.00
Thailand THB 657 ₱ 1,047.00
Vietnam VND 5.071.456 ₱ 10,610.00

Sennheiser PXC 550 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelPXC 550
DateAug 2016
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired & Wireless
Bluetooth version4.2
Ear couplingCircumaural
Headphone frequency17 - 23000 Hz
Impedance490 Ω
Acoustic systemClosed
Headphone sensitivity110 dB
Driver typeDynamic
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)0.5%
Product typeHeadset
Wearing styleHead-band
Product colourBlack,Grey
Headset typeBinaural

Reviews of Sennheiser PXC 550
Reviewed on 2019-09-06
Comfortable desig, Long battery lif, Impressive noise cancellation
Expensiv, Mixed sound performance
Sennheiser has just unveiled the PXC 550-II Wireless Headphones, a new pair of headphones that look like the result of Sony and Bose having a baby.Sennheiser’s latest active noise-cancelling headphones are set to arrive sometime in October and retail for...
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Reviewed on 2019-05-30
I'd like to thank Hummingbird Media and Katie Kailus in particular for getting me a set of PXC 550s so quickly. This enabled me to do a shootout of sorts with Master & Dynamic's new MW65 wireless set and to use the Sennheisers in the ultimate torture test...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-01
The PXC 550 has every feature you could possibly want in a headphone designed for mobile use and they're implemented extremely well, These headphones deliver excellent sound quality that approaches audiophile standards, Feature accessibility is intuitive,...
The buttons can be hard to find, as they are nearly flush with the casing. Plus, the minimal labeling is black on black, making it hard to know what each button does, The Quick Guide that comes in the box is poorly written and hard to understand; however,...
Sennheiser is a privately held manufacturer of a wide range of high-fidelity products, such as microphones, headphones, and translation/assistive listening systems for personal, business, and aviation applications. The company has been, and continues to b...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-17
I retired my no longer trusty Sennheiser RS140 RF after seven or eight years of excellent service. It's fair to say, the headphones served me well up until the end. Coincidentally, the bass gave in, just as I was setting my mind at Sennheiser PXC550 Bluet...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-26
After splurging millions of dollars and losing in 1964 and 1965, Ford, with its GT40, became the first American car company to win the Le Mans race in 1966, beating Ferrari at its own game. Industrial competition has always resulted in the best stories an...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-12
Excellent sound output, Great build quality
Noise cancellation could be better, Touch controls are hit and miss
There is a sudden rise of interest on wireless active noise-cancelling headphones in the past few months. Bose's QuietComfort 35 and Sony's MDR-1000X were just some of the great sounding headphones we've tested. Being one of the pioneers in the audio depa...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-24
Since I am reviewing some of the best active noise cancelling headphones in 2016 like the Bose QC35 and Sony MDR-1000X, one model keeps appearing as comparison – Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless. I then contacted Sennheiser Singapore to request for a loan unit...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-09
Today, with a big thanks to Sennheiser, we will be taking a good look at the PXC 550. It's a given that over-ear headphones normally produce some stunning sounds, but when manufacturers start to produce these headphones that are portable for travel, a lot...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-02
Shots fired!Sennheiser's new PXC 550 ($399) Bluetooth noise canceling headphone is a direct shot across the bow of Bose's battleship Quiet Comfort 35 ($349) dominance of noise canceling headphones, which I reviewed very positively. Not only do Bose own a...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-11
Comfy, innovative, elegant design, Outrageously good battery life, Great sound and a first-class tuning app, Active NC to rival Bose,
Touch controls may not suit some, Volume gesture could be more granular, Non-user-replaceable battery, $50 more expensive than Bose QC35
Last month we looked at Bose's wireless QuietComfort 35 noise-canceling headphones ($350) and came away with the feeling that – at least for those willing or able to test premium waters – Bluetooth-based audio fulfillment was finally a possibility. So...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-28
Early last month, Sennheiser revealed a successor to the highly-regarded – but now quite old – PXC 450 noise-canceling travel headphones. The stylish PXC 550 s come with an integrated rechargeable battery instead of two AAA-sized replaceables, touch panel...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-26
The Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless is very comfortable, relatively lightweight over-ear wireless headphone that sounds very good and features impressive noise-cancellation technology. It has touch controls and delivers excellent performance as a headset. Goo...
It's pricier than the Bose, while the sound quality is excellent for Bluetooth, it's lacking that little bit of extra sparkle and definition (Sennheiser's own Momentum II Wireless sounds better)
When it comes to headphones, one tends to associate Bose with the "business traveler" demographic. But Sennheiser's making a pitch to that segment of the market with its new PXC 550 Wireless , a "premium" over-ear Bluetooth headphone that also features ac...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-19
Powerful, adjustable audio performance with rich bass depth and bright highs, Excellent noise cancellation circuitry, Includes a detachable audio cable for passive listening, Exceptionally comfortable
Control pad is easy to misfire in certain modes, Possible to accidentally power the headphones up or down because of swiveling earcup controls, Digital signal processing is not for purists
The list of excellent wireless headphones that also provide stellar noise cancellation is a short one, but things are turning around. Earlier this summer, Bose introduced its first wireless QuietComfort option, the QuietComfort 35. Now Sennheiser brings u...
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Reviewed on 2019-08-11
Many moons ago, I upgraded to a Sharp Aquos S3 which caused a new problem for me as it lacked the familiar 3.5mm stereo headphone jack which I was using my AudioTechnica ATH-ANC9 with. While there was an included USB-C to 3.5mm adapter dongle, I felt that...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-19
One of the biggest assumptions surrounding noise-cancelling headphones is that they're the kind of perk or feature that comes at the cost of portability. It's not impossible to fit premium noise-cancelling tech in headphones designed for use outside a stu...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-15
Sennheiser looks to have been imbibing some Parrot juice, delivering here a pair of Bluetooth noise-cancelling headphones loaded with Zik-like features that not so long ago the company might have considered gimmickery — effects modes, spoken status alerts...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-19
They have previously dabbled in the portable Noise Cancelling travel market, with their PXC 250-ii and PXC 450 headphones, as well as the wireless Momentum series. The PXC 550 is the newest release - aimed to sit in the flagship position of the PXC travel...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-29
Great noise cancelling, Excellent audio for NC cans, Great voice calls
More expensive than Bose competition, Large carry case, Somewhat bland design
If you travel or if you commute, you need noise cancelling headphones. They'll change your life. They block out so much ambient noise, letting you listen to your music or podcasts or audiobooks at a much reduced volume and preserving your precious hearing...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-10
State of the headphone artI'll admit that the touch controls take some getting used to and can initially feel difficult to master but will eventually feel natural once you get used to it.Sennheiser designed these headphones for long-haul flights and they...
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