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Sennheiser HD595 High-end Headphones

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on May 29th, 2011

You can now get the Sennheiser HD595 high-end headphones from Amazon for just $147.76. That’s much better than the original price of $329.95, so you save $182.19. These headphones offer a new level of comfort and sound quality and they look good too.

The Sennheiser HD595 uses a unique E.A.R. design that channels music directly into your ears, creating a new kind of experience. They also come with a headphone bracket that attaches to a table, making sure that these headphones are always conveniently nearby.

Sennheiser Adidas CX 310 earbuds

Posted in Earbuds by Conner Flynn on December 20th, 2010

Sennheiser has unveiled a new set of earbuds that are Adidas branded, the CX 310. These new earbuds have three ear tip sizes and come with a carrying case. They promise deep bass and are designed to work with any music device including the your iPhone, iPod, and other MP3 players.

The CX 310 earphones feature a frequency response 19 – 21000 Hz and have a sound pressure level of 113dB and an impedance of 16 ohms. The cable length is 1.2m and the connector is an angled 3.5mm plug. They look pretty nice.

Sennheiser HD220 and CX310 by Adidas Originals

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on December 6th, 2010

The latest collaboration between sports companies and tech manufacturers has Sennheiser and Adidas unleashing the HD220 headphones and the CX310 in-ear earphones. The HD220 is equipped with neodymium magnets, a closed supra-aural design and individually adjustable ear cups.

The CX310 comes with a variety of earpiece sizes to fit all ears and both sets are bundled with pouches for carrying them around and cost the same at $65. The style looks pretty cool for that price and they look comfortable.

Sennheiser outs new Gaming Headsets

Posted in Sennheiser by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2010

Sennheiser has expanded its gaming headset lineup with four new sets. There’s the flagship Sennheiser PC 360, the surround sound PC 333D and PC 163D, and the PC 330 G4ME.

These should make your games sound pretty awesome. The flagship PC 360s have been available overseas for some time, but now they’re arriving in the U.S. for $299. They feature Sennheiser Open-Aire speaker technology, sport a volume control on the right ear cup, and the mic can be muted just by lifting it up. These should make gaming easier on the ears, while not hitting the wallet too hard.

Sennheiser 500 Series High-end Headphones

Posted in Sennheiser by Conner Flynn on September 6th, 2010

Sennheiser has just announced its latest high-end range of headphones, the 500 series. These headphones feature EAR (Eargonomic Acoustic Refinement) technology and use neodymium magnets and duofol diaphragms, along with a gold-plated 6.3mm audio jack and a frequency response of 12Hz to 38,500Hz.

The 500 Series includes the HD598 which is padded and has a compressed cellulose fleece and is capable of 38,500Hz. The HD558 has soft velor ear pads and is capable of 28,000Hz, while the HD518 features an anthracite finish and up to 26,000Hz.

Sennheiser PC-163D & PC-333D Gaming Headphones arrive in September

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on August 15th, 2010

Sennheiser knows gaming. They’ve released plenty of headphones in the past for the gaming market. And now they have officially announced the PC-163D and PC-333D gaming headphones.

These headphones are great for both the casual and hardcore gamer who want to immerse themselves in the gaming world. Both headsets feature 7.1 surround sound, an adjustable mic boom and standard noise cancellation.

Asus Xonar Xense Soundcard with Sennheiser PC350 Headset

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2010

Asus has announced the Xonar Xense soundcard at the CeBIT tradeshow in Germany. It offers DVI output, SPDIF output, 6.3mm audio jacks for headphones and microphones and comes bundled with the Sennheiser PC350 headphones.

It will push out 7Vrms of power, thanks to an inbuilt headphone amplifier. Some other specs include 118dB of sound clarity and support for several standards like EAX, DirectSound, Dolby and others. There’s also its GX 2.5 audio engine, which allows users to customize the sound profile of their cans to a particular game genre.

RS 160, RS 170, and RS 180 Wireless headphones coming soon

Posted in Sennheiser by Shane McGlaun on September 2nd, 2009

sennheiserrs160-sbI have already mentioned today that Sennheiser has unveiled a couple new headsets aimed at computer users who use VOIP. Those are not the only new offerings that Sennheiser is showing off today though. The company has also announced three new sets of wireless headphones that will be coming soon.

The new wireless headphones include the RS 160, RS 170, and RS180. The wireless range varies with the model and the 160 has a 20 meter range, the 170 offers 80 meters, and the 180 has a 100 meter range, all within the line of sight. All three headphones have padded ear cups for long wear without discomfort.

Sennheiser unveils PC 11 and PC 100 VOIP headsets

Posted in Sennheiser by Shane McGlaun on September 2nd, 2009

sennheiserpc11-sbWhen it comes to using a set of headphones on your computer, you need a set with a mic if you want to take advantage of chat functions in video games or place calls using VOIP. Sennheiser is one of the best brands in the headphone market and the company has announced new headphones for PC users.

The new headphones include the PC 11 and the PC 100. Both have a built-in microphone for voice chats and are built with Sennheiser quality. The PC 11 is a single sided headset that needs only one hand to operate. The PC 100 is a 3-in-1 headset that uses an in-ear design that is similar to the ear buds you wear with an iPod.

Sennheiser unveils MM400 and MM450 Travel Bluetooth headphones

Posted in Sennheiser by Shane McGlaun on August 25th, 2009

seenheisermm400-sbIf you travel a lot by air, you probably have invested in some sort of noise canceling headphones. The constant drone of the jet engines and that person next to you telling their life story can get old very quickly.

Sennheiser has unveiled a couple new Bluetooth headsets including one that is designed for the frequent traveler. The headsets are the MM400 and the MM 450 Travel. Both headsets are designed to work with smartphones and other devices. Both headsets fold flat for traveling.

Sennheiser customized mics with Swarvoski Crystals and Skins

Posted in Microphone by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2009

Sennheiser customized mics with Swarvoski Crystals and SkinsHow many gadgets have we seen fall to the mighty Swarovski crystal? Too many. Here’s another to lament or rejoice about depending on your point of view. Perfect for the aspiring glam-rock star, (Or any 13 year old girl) these come in several different variations and allow for plenty of customization. In fact, it might help to become a successful rock star before you purchase these expensive microphones.

The Sennheiser mics come in one-color, two-color, and multi-color versions. With the two-color and multi-color you get to choose the colors and specify the design. The multi-color design can hold up to 2,300 shiny crystals. There’s even a 6 month warranty on the crystals (Because they know they are going to fall off like the cheap crap they are) and it could take 1-4 weeks to actually place the crystals on the mic.

Sennheiser HD 800 high end headphones

Posted in Sennheiser by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2009

Sennheiser HD 800 high end headphonesThe latest entry from Sennheiser is the HD 800 a pair of high end headphones that have some style. If you have the scratch to buy them. Sennheiser’s stunning HD 800 headphones stood out when they debuted at CES, because of the innovation that went into making them.

The HD 800 features a new technology in the driver system which helps reduce the low-end distortion that all headphones suffer from. They’re doughnut shaped with Teflon-insulation and fabric-coated earpads. If you have a spare $1399.95, why not give them a go and let us know how they perform.

Sennheiser offers relief to call centers everywhere

Posted in Headsets by Reuben Drake on January 28th, 2008

Seinnheiser SH 300 headsetAnyone that’s spent an entire day on the phone with their hands on a keyboard knows that a good headset is worth its weight in at least some type of precious metal to make your day easier. The Sennheiser SH 300 headset is not wireless, there’s no Bluetooth and it’s got a mono-speaker, but on the upside its cord will likely fit into the port that the current crappy headset you’re using at work is plugged into now.

The SH 300 works for right or left head mounting, doesn’t mess up your ‘do and has some noise cancellation technology to block out all the others in the cube around you, giving a much more peaceful conversation for you and the party on the other end. The microphone also gives excellent sound quality to help cut down on all the “whats” generated by poor headsets.