This month Sennheiser has launched a new pair of in-ear headphones to their range in the form of the IE 800, which will set you back a cool $1,000.
The IE 800 headphones have been constructed using scratch resistant ceramic coatings, together with skin friendly silicone tips, and are fitted with “balanced-armature multi-drivers,” say Sennheiser.
Sennheiser has equipped their IE 800 In-ear headphones with an Extra Wide Band (XWB) driver, which is just 7mm in size, and provide a spectrum of sound between 5 to 46,500 Hz. Sennheiser explains a little more about the technology include in their IE 800 headphones:
“With Sennheiser’s state-of-the-art dampened two chamber absorbers (D2CA), ceramic housing and ergonomic, oval-shaped ear adaptors, the IE 800 is loaded with numerous ground-breaking innovations. Designed, developed and produced in Germany, it not only boasts innovative technology but also feature an attractive, yet modern and elegant design. Manufactured with high-quality materials, such as scratch-resistant ceramic for the housing to ensure longevity, the IE 800 ear-canal phones made enjoying audiophile music on-the-go, a reality.”
The Sennheiser IE 800 In-ear headphones will be arriving in stores during the fall for $999.95, so start saving now if you fancy owning a pair.
Source: T3Filed Under: Gadgets News