Sennheiser releases two new high-end headphones

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Your ears are going to love the new IE 800 S and HD 660 S cans.

Sennheiser’s latest headphones offer quality audio performance for fans of both full over-ear headphones, and more compact earbuds.

The HD 660 S over-ear headphones offers an improved acoustic design and hand-paired transducers, capable of delivering quality sounds across bass, mid, and treble levels. A low impedence of 150ohms works with both mobile and stationary hi-res players, and comes with a detachable cables with either a 6.35mm stereo plug and a 4.4mm Pentaconn stereo plug. There’s also a 6.35mm to 3.5mm adapter included.

“The HD 660 S reflects and enriches today’s increasingly multifaceted audiophile experience. It frees listeners to enjoy music to the fullest – whether digital or analog, on a mobile device or on a home HiFi system,” said Axel Grell, Head of Portfolio Management Audiophile at Sennheiser, said in a recent release. “The headphones deliver an exceptionally accurate and transparent sound that also has an expressiveness that immerses you in every emotion and nuance of music.”

The IE800 S in-ear headphones features Comply memory foam ear-tips for comfort, improved acoustics, and a new version of Sennheiser’s Extra Wide Band driver. 7mm transducers and a dual chamber absorber system combine for detailed sound without harsh peaks in sound. The IE800 S also comes with a choice of cables.

The new headphones are available from November and retail for $799.95 and $1599.95 (ouch!) respectively.

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