ATH-M50xBT uses Bluetooth 5.0 and is compatible with aptX and AAC codecs
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Headphones feature Bluetooth wireless technology and are available in three colours
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The new headphones will be a higher-end alternative to the company’s Beats line
Sennheiser has unveiled a new addition to its evolution wireless G4 range, a brand new “Essential” range of headset and lavalier microphones, and the 300 PRO series of headphones and headsets.
The ATH-M60x is designed for studio, broadcast and mobile applications.
Manufactured by Audeze, the Mobius is equipped with Audeze planar magnetic drivers and is slated as the first headphones to "truly deliver on the promise of 3D audio".
Listening Station allows visitors to play records on a customised turntable furnished with a selection of Audio-Technica phono cartridges and hi-fidelity headphones.
Announcement coincides with the opening of Sonic Wave’s Dubai showroom, with Sennheiser demo units available for testing at the new premises from this Wednesday, 13 December.
ATH-M50xRD, with its 45mm large-aperture drivers, sound-isolating earcups and robust construction, is ideal for recording, live sound, broadcast, DJ and personal listening.
Technology scans the user’s ears, upper body and head to create a cloud-based customised personal audio profile, which can then be loaded into the user’s DAW via a choice of third-party plug-ins.
The Essential Studio Kit comprises Audio-Technica’s AT2035 cardioid condenser mic, ATH-M40x headphones and Audient’s iD4 Black USB audio interface.
Mixer was used by FOH engineer Tobias Raunigk for the event, where 1000 headphones let the crowd listen to the sound of German band Adulescens.
Variety of A-T products have been installed in the London venue to help deliver a diverse offering of interviews, Q&A sessions, DJ sets, album playbacks and radio output.
Company's new US location allows visitors to check out its latest 3D audio technology and "the best headphones in the world."