06.01.2010 - Las Vegas
For audiophiles, discerning listeners and trend-conscious music fans: the new headphones collection from Sennheiser (copy)
With its expansive new range of earphones, Sennheiser is now making music on the move sound even better and look more stylish. Altogether the 22 new models, designed specifically for use with portable players, offer a first-class audio experience and the Sennheiser quality you have come to expect. Every set of headphones is in itself a warranted fashion accessory, each with a distinct design.
High-resolution sound for audiophiles
|ear canal phone CX 980||
The new earphones for audiophiles come in three different styles: the MX 980 is a classic earphone and promises a secure fit. The ear-canal phone
|flexible stereo jack and volume control||The volume can be adjusted on all three models by means of a control integrated into the cable. For undisturbed music enjoyment, the cable can be attached directly to your clothing with a clip matching the design of the headphones. The flexible stereo jack is new and enables you to connect your headphones to all audio sources: either straight or right-angled. The flight adapter that comes with it offers the same flexibility and so never gets in the way when your headphones are connected to the on-board system. Delivery also includes a pouch for the headphones, clip and adapter.|
The best stereo sound for discerning listeners
|ear clip phone OCX 880||
The MX 880 stereo earphones ensure you can enjoy your music on the go with a powerful bass thanks to high-performing loudspeaker systems. They are particularly practical as they allow the loudspeaker volume to be easily adjusted at any time using the control unit integrated into the cable. The CX 870 and CX 880 produce outstanding sound directly into the ear canal, guaranteeing a perfect fit and a good attenuation of ambient sounds. The CX 880 also features a volume control integrated in the cable. Its ergonomic design makes the OCX 880 an attractive option because they are at the same time ear-canal and ear-clip headphones: the flexible ear adapters mean that the headphones fit the ear canal perfectly while the soft, flexible ear clips can be individually adjusted for a perfect fit.
|cable clip and carrying pouch||
A small, metal clip which can be attached to clothing takes care of the cable, offering practicality while you listen to your music. The case that comes with it is an ideal size for transporting the headphones and accessories. Thought has even been given to the cable here: the carrying pouch has a practical device for coiling the cable so that it does not get tangled up when you put it away.
Listening pleasure for trend-conscious music fans
|ear canal phone CX 280||
The MX 270, MX 370, MX 470 and the MX 580 are classic earphones that promise a full stereo sound with a powerful bass thanks to high-performance neodymium magnets. The CX 270 and CX 280 ear canal phones also offer a powerful audio on- the-move experience: the CX 270 has a powerful bass and the CX 280 a more balanced sound. The
|ear phone MX 581||
These headphones are also particularly colourful: four of the models – the CX 271, CX 281, MX 471, MX 581 and OMX 181 – come in a trendy dark red and black. Fine gold decorative detailing makes the headphones really eye catching. These headphones, as well as the MX 271 and MX 371, are also specially designed for people with smaller ears.
|share-adapter and carrying pouch||
When the music is so good that it is best shared, the CX 281 and MX 581 are the right choice: both models have an adapter, to which a second set of headphones can be connected, offering music listeners double the fun. Almost all the models come with a carrying pouch which is large enough to store an MP3-Player as well as your headphones and accessories.
The Sennheiser Group with its headquarters in Wedemark, near Hannover, Germany is one of the world‘s leading manufacturers of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems. The family-owned company established in 1945 recorded sales of over €385 million in 2008. Sennheiser employs over 2,100 people worldwide, around 55% of whom are in Germany. Sennheiser has manufacturing plants in Germany, Ireland and the USA and is represented worldwide by subsidiaries in France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark (Nordic), Russia, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, Japan, China, Canada, Mexico and the USA and through long-term trading partners in other countries. Also part of the Sennheiser Group are Georg Neumann GmbH, Berlin (studio microphones), and the joint venture Sennheiser Communications A/S (headsets for PCs, offices and call centres).
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