Sennheiser announces new Universal range of headsets
When it comes to audio products, you know that you won’t go too far off the right track with audio specialist Sennheiser. In fact, Sennheiser has just announced that they will be rolling out a new range of ‘Universal’ headsets, and the good news is this – all of them will play nice with the latest smartphone devices of today, which happen to hail from a slew of companies such as BlackBerry, Apple, Samsung and HTC. These new headsets will be based on some of Sennheiser’s most successful models, where among them would include the HD 219s on-the-ear headset, the HD 429 around-the-ear headset and the MM 70s ear canal headset.
As mentioned above, these new Universal headsets from Sennheiser will be compatible with just about all smartphone brands and models, and these will include recent hits such as the BlackBerry Z10, Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One. Individual models will offer consumers integrated capabilities in order to manage phone calls, play and pause music, change tracks and adjust the volume, which makes them the ideal tool for listening and communicating while you are on the go.
The HD 219s would come in the form of on-the-ear universal headset for $79.95 a pop, where it delivers vibrant sound and punchy bass. Sporting a closed back design that blocks outside noise in order for you to hear both music and calls without interference, the HD 219s’ high-output neodymium magnets help deliver the perfect combination of precise stereo sound and a powerful bass response, while its in-line remote control, make taking calls a snap.
Then there is the around-the-ear HD 429s universal headset that is going for $99.95, virtually allowing you to enjoy Sennheiser sound quality regardless of where you are without having to miss a call at all. The HD 429s offers outstanding audio performance with a smooth bass response. Last but not least would be the $99.95 MM 70s that was created based on one of Sennheiser most popular ear-canal models. You get a pair of neodymium magnets which will assist in delivering lifelike sound, in addition to a noise isolating design. Any takers?