[CES 2012] Sennheiser has announced the successor to its highly popular HD 25 DJ headphones: the Amperior. The headphones have an elegant classy look, and feature rotatable ear cups: perfect for folks who only require one side when playing a live set. However it’s worth knowing that the headphones aren’t expected to be only used in clubs.
The Amperior can be easily connected to any regular MP3 player or smartphone and even comes with a microphone and smart remote. With the smart remote you can adjust the volume on your player, take phone calls and even activate voice controls.
These headphones are designed to deal with extremely high sound pressure levels, which means you’ll be able to hear what you’re spinning in a noisy club. It features professional-level sound, with powerful neodymium magnets that reproduce audio with a frequency response of 16 to 22,000 Hz.
The perfect accessory for folks who don’t want to buy two sets of headphones for DJ-ing and regular use? It sure sounds like what Sennheiser is going for. The Amperior will be available in March 2012, pricing to be revealed at a later date.
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