A lot of the times, true wireless earbuds tend to focus more on portability and mobility. As a result, many of them don’t sound quite as good compared to other earphones or headphones, but we suppose that’s one of the sacrifices one has to make. However, if you value sound quality and mobility, then Sennheiser might have something of interest to you.
Bluetooth headphones are becoming the norm these days, and if you’d like to pick up a pair for yourselves, you might want to take note that Sennheiser has actually announced a couple of new Bluetooth models that could be worth taking a look at, especially if you’re a fan of the brand and the sound that they offer.
If you’re in the camp that believes that there is a need for gamer-specific headphones, then you might be interested to learn that Sennheiser has recently taken the wraps off their latest gaming headset in the form of the GSP 370. Given that the company typically specializes in more audiophile-centric devices, it’s interesting to see them expand their offerings.
Sennheiser unveiled its impressive and pricey soundbar in January at CES and today at IFA GPC I could get a sneak peek of the audio performance. Sennheiser is best known for the audio quality of its headphones, and with the AMBEO, the German company proves it can master great sound in a home theater system as well.
Headphones back in the day were largely a plug and play affair, where you’d plugged in your headphones to the device and you’d be good to go. For the most part that is still very true, but companies these days are trying to expand on their offerings by making them more feature-rich by allowing for customization of the sound and other features through software configurations.
While wireless headphones aren’t new, a trend that we’re starting to see more of this year, is the launch of “true” wireless earbuds. By “true”, we mean that these earbuds do not even have a cable, unlike other wireless earphones such as Apple’s BeatsX or the recently announced Beoplay E6.
Our smartphones are becoming increasingly better at capturing videos these days, where with certain high-end flagship smartphone models, we can capture high-resolution videos at a buttery smooth 60 fps. However the only downside is that for the most part, the microphones on our smartphones do feel a bit lacking, at least compared to dedicated microphones.
As we’re starting to see more smartphone makers remove the headphone jack, it means that customers will probably need to start looking at wireless headphone options. Earlier this year Sennheiser unveiled the CX 6.00BT, but if you’re looking for something more suitable for the gym or exercise, Sennheiser has you covered as well.
[CES 2018] In case the recently-announced Sennheiser HD 820 headphones are way, way, way out of your budget, not to worry as Sennheiser also has some more affordable headphones to offer. The company has also announced the CX 6.00BT, which are a pair of Bluetooth in-ear headphones that will cost $100.
[CES 2018] When it comes to headphones that many audiophiles can agree sound great, one of the models that might come up from time to time is the Sennheiser HD 800/800 S. The only problem with the HD 800 is that they are open-back headphones which aren’t exactly ideal when it comes to bringing them out with you on the go.
#IFA2017 – #ShowStoppers2017 – Sennheiser introduced the Ambeo headset at IFA 2017 in Berlin last week. It’s what the company describes as the “world’s first intuitive mobile 3D recording headset.” The idea behind this product is to enable users to record audio and play it back just like the first time they experienced it. The Ambeo does a very good job of making that happen.
#IFA2017 – Another IFA came and went, and long with it hundreds of products were launched and demonstrated. It was a fantastic show, but it can be overwhelming. We picked what we think was the best product that debuted, and in no particular order, here are the Best of IFA 2017:
#IFA2017 – As we’re starting to see the trend of handset makers ditch the headphone jack, much to the annoyance of many users, it also means that need for wireless headphones are on the rise. To be fair wireless headphones have always been a convenient solution, but they’ve always been more optional rather than a necessity, at least until more recent times.
With the Samsung Gear VR, Samsung already has a VR headset created for their lineup of phones. However if you’re looking for more options, you might be interested to learn that Sennheiser has recently announced that they will be partnering up with Samsung to create smart headsets for Android devices.