Sennheiser launched two high-end audio products, the IE 80 and IE 60 in-ear headphones in India. Designed keeping the audiophile in mind, the IE 80 and IE 60 let you customize the audio listening experience according to your preferences without compromising on the subtle nuances of the music. The IE ear-canal headphones, according to Sennheiser, are the ideal solution for the most discerning users who want to hear music with as much fine detail as possible. The IE 80 is priced at Rs. 24,990, while the IE 60 is priced at Rs.11,990.

The IE series benefits from the audio specialist Sennheiser’s experience in the professional monitoring sector. The ear-canal phones use dynamic transducers that cover the entire frequency range with a single system. Distortion is therefore kept to a minimum, even at high sound pressure levels. The IE 80’s dynamic transducer, capable of reproducing the most subtle nuances in complex musical passages makes this ear-canal headphone a portable powerhouse. The in-ear fit is highly customizable as four types of ear adapters are included in various sizes for a comfortable fit that effectively dampens noise competition.

The new IE 80s

The new IE 80s

When it comes to customization, each ear speaker features a continuously variable sound tuning control for precise adjustment of the bass response, completely unique to Sennheiser. A miniature adjusting screw allows the user to increase or reduce the bass response as required. Other special features include a rugged housing with an interchangeable cable and an elegant carrying case with special drying pads that protect the earphones against humidity when stored.

Acoustic sound will sound even better with the IE 60, a culmination of precision-grade acoustics, high-resolution bass reproduction, cutting-edge design and expert ergonomic research. Enjoy the spoils of incredible noise isolation by reducing ambient chatter to a hush. The rich acoustics from the IE 60 are available even at lower volumes without sacrificing detail or comfort. Neodymium magnets provide efficient power to the dynamic transducer system. Sennheiser is no stranger to high-end audio gear. Back in April, the company launched the RS 220, a pair of wireless audio cans designed for audiophiles. The headphones featured a large circumaural design for the earcups, so they sat comfortably around your ear with a frequency response of 16Hz to 22KHz. The wireless receiver also included an optical and coaxial input, along with the analogue ones.

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