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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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Sennheiser Announces Bluetooth Headphones for Music and Calls

Sennheiser Announces Bluetooth Headphones for Music and Calls

Are you in the market for some Bluetooth headphones that don't look impossibly ugly? It looks Sennheiser is, because they're offering up the MM 400 and MM 450 Bluetooth 2.1 travel headsets for their well-stocked Mobile Music line. These headphones are intended for the pure bliss of enjoying some music, but also for those phone calls we all know you get from time to time. Both the MM 400 and 450 come equipped with an invisible microphone. There's some extra features that Sennheiser throws in just for good measure, so go ahead and take a look.

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CES 2008: Sennheiser unveils new IE headphone range

CES 2008: Sennheiser unveils new IE headphone range

Sennheiser's new IE headphones aren't, I don't think, an indication of in which direction their browser loyalties lie, but instead consumer versions of the company's pro-headphone line.  Dynamic transducers can supposedly cover the whole frequency range with just one unit and the cables are reinforced with Kevlar.  Top of the range is the IE8, which has a low-frequency dial on each earpiece to adjust the bass response, while frequency response ranges from 10 to 20,000 Hz and passive attenuation can be up to 26 dB.

 

Get your Pink Earbud for a Good Cause.

Get your Pink Earbud  for a Good Cause.

My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer back when I was still in college. It was a difficult times for our family especially me as I was away in boarding school. She had mastectomy followed by chemotherapy, but she survived thanks to the effective medical treatment and continue research dollars support on innovative cancer treatment. If you ran out of Christmas gift ideas, get the Sennheiser earbuds for a good cause. Sennheiser announced the release of pink-colored version of CX 300 ear-canal headphones to support Susan G. Komen’s cancer research. The limited version headphone costs $89.99 and they will donate 10% of the sale directly to the breast cancer charity group. I know, pink doesn’t looks too manly for a guy. We've seen what happened to Tony Romo with Number “9” pink jersey televised on national TV. Get it for your mom, aunt or GF, they will love it!

Sennheiser CX 300 Pink to help Susan G. Komen for the Cure [via krunker]

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