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Sennheiser IE 800 earphones hands-on

Sennheiser IE 800 earphones hands-on

Sennheiser caters for just about all price points in the earphones market, but the new IE 800's will resolutely target the high-end with their €599 sticker when they arrive this summer. We grabbed some ears-on time with the distinctive buds - notable for their double-flare of bass tubes protruding from curvaceous ceramic casings - today, to see whether the audio lives up to the hype.

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Sennheiser outs IE 800 earphones and HDVD 800 headphone amp

Sennheiser outs IE 800 earphones and HDVD 800 headphone amp

Sennheiser has revealed its latest high-end headphones, the IE 800, along with its first headphone amplifier, the HDVD 800, each expected to go on sale this summer. Each slotting in at the pinnacle of Sennheiser's range, the IE 800's bring newly-miniaturized drivers and styling that should make your ears the envy of audiophiles, while the HDVD 800 has been designed as the ideal foil for the company's more expensive models.

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Sennheiser HD 700 hands-on

Sennheiser HD 700 hands-on

Sennheiser today at CES 2012 have just announced the their new HD 700 cans. Senn promises that these new phones will make sure to please your ears (but not your wallet). Coming in at around $999 they aren't for the feint of heart. For those true audiophiles and lovers -- these will surely impress.

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Sennheiser and Adidas team up on HD 25 DJ headphones

Sennheiser and Adidas team up on HD 25 DJ headphones

Sennheiser Audio and Adidas have teamed up for a new set of headphones that are perfect for music fans and ninja DJs too. The headphones are called the HD 25 Originals and have a black and blue design with the three Adidas stripes that we are all familiar with. The headphones are designed for comfort on the street.

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Sennheiser PC 360, PC 163D, PC 333D & PC 330 G4ME Gaming Headphones Unveiled

Sennheiser PC 360, PC 163D, PC 333D & PC 330 G4ME Gaming Headphones Unveiled

Taking gaming seriously, whether it's on a console or the PC, means that players put a lot of effort into making sure they can hear every little detail in the game at all times. While that may mean having an impressive sound system distributed through the room, it usually means that you'll find a gamer in his or her chair, with a pair of headphones over their ears. Making sure they are totally engrossed into the game means they have to have a pair of gaming headphones that makes it worth it. Sennheiser has unveiled a full line of bran new gaming headphones, including one flagship model, as well as surround sound cans for 3D gaming.

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Sennheiser HD598, HD558, and HD518 Announced, Launching Some Time in September

Sennheiser HD598, HD558, and HD518 Announced, Launching Some Time in September

When you're releasing some headphones, the best way to do it is to release a bunch of them, preferably in the same line-up, so as to speak to as many headphone-fans out there as you can, all in one fell swoop. Thankfully, Sennheiser understands this, as they've just announced a new line of 'phones in their 500-series. The HD598, HD558, and HD518 all offer up the same main features, but differ just enough to warrant different model numbers. And, we imagine, different pricing.

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ASUS Xonar Xense soundcard & Sennheiser PC350 headphones promise superlative gaming audio

ASUS Xonar Xense soundcard & Sennheiser PC350 headphones promise superlative gaming audio

ASUS has outed its latest soundcard, together with a partnership with audio manufacturer Sennheiser, and the two companies reckon their Xonar Xense system is the perfect match for demanding gamers.  Consisting of the ASUS Xonar Xense One audio card and the Sennheiser PC350 headphones, the setup includes first person shooter-optimized surround sound, Dolby Headphone 5.1 and Xonar GX2.5 support, and 6.5mm studio jacks rather than regular 3.5mm sockets.

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Sennheiser PX 210 BT apt-X Headphones Review

Sennheiser PX 210 BT apt-X Headphones Review

Bluetooth stereo audio has certainly helped many people cut the cord between their PMP, cellphone or laptop and their headphones, but the underwhelming default audio codec also generally means cutting out some of the fidelity, too. Sennheiser are hoping to change that with their PX 210 BT headphones, which use the proprietary apt-X codec for what's promised to be "true hi-fi quality". Question is, how do they hold up to existing wireless-quality kings Kleer? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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