Sennheiser is not new. It came into being right after the second World War and you can imagine how it has grown over the years. It has set standards that are a class apart. However, recently the company has sold off its consumer division to Swiss hearing aid Sonova AG.

Tecnically innovative but wired, the Sennhiser’s new earphones pair is designed for detail. Superb sound quality performance has been kept under consideration all the time. Hence, it has the capability to satisfy just any audiophile on the move.

The new IE 900 has been manufactured at Sennheiser’s German headquarters. Each piece comes with a built-in Sennheiser’s proprietary X3R transducer, a refined version of the company’s popular 7mm audiophile Extra Wide Band transducer. The transducer is embedded into a triple-chamber absorber system that helps to shape the sound. This type of design is unique to Sennheiser items and was first introduced in the IE 800 pair.

According to Jermo Köhnke, product manager at Sennheiser: “No detail is too small when you’re striving to set a new benchmark in portable audio fidelity. We designed every component of the IE 900 to work together to deliver extraordinary audio performance. Whether in long listening sessions at home or on the go, listeners will never have to compromise on their music experience.” 

The IE 900 pack comes with one cable with a regular 3.5mm connector, plus there are two more balanced cables. One has a 2.5mm jack plug and the other has a Pentaconn 4.4mm connector. They are strong and robust, designed to tolerate any wear or tear over time.

With a design that perfectly fits into the ears, the Sennheiser’s IE900 Earphones will be available in markets from July 2021 onwards. They are said to launch at a beginning price of $1299. On the expensive side definitely, but the quality of the item seems superb enough to consider buying it. As soon as more of Sennheiser IE 900 Earphones details are available, we will update you.


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