In Las Vegas this week during this year’s CES 2018 technology show Sennheiser has unveiled a new pair of flagship headphones in the form of the Sennheiser HD 820, which are fitted with unique glass transducer covers that minimise resonances. Priced at $2,400 the new Sennheiser HD 820 headphones are not for everyone but are now available to preorder if your budget will stretch. The closed type headphones include technology which has been added to provide a “breathtakingly transparent and natural” sound says Sennheiser and have been developed by a team based in Germany to give incredibly realistic sounding audio.
The Sennheiser HD 820 headphone design includes handcrafted microfiber ear pads to provide a soft and comfortable fit and excellent “attenuation” of ambient noise, all finished with a robust metal headband but includes an inner damping element. The headphones are supplied with silverplated OFC cables and low capacitance, balanced 4.4 mm gold plug. Included in the box is a ¼” (6.35 mm) stereo jack plug, 4.4 mm Pentaconn stereo jack plug, USB flash drive (SD-U16L version) with instruction manual (as PDF file) and individually diffuse-field frequency response curve, microfiber cloth and XLR-4 connector.
For more information on the new Sennheiser HD 820 close dynamic headphones jump over to the official Sennheiser product page by following the link below. The Sennheiser HD 820 headphones are now available to preorder priced at $2,400 and are expected to start shipping out to customers in the next couple of months.
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