Neckband Models Build On PX-Series Success
Old Lyme, Connecticut, January 6, 2006 -Listening to music is not only fun, it can be a fashion accessory. With its PMX 100 and PMX 200 neckband headphones, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation (SEC), the leading provider of headphones and microphones for home and pro audio users, is introducing two models that offer excellent sound quality in an eye -catching design that will be an essential part of the coolest outfit.
The new PMX 100 and PMX 200 models are the optimum partners for MP3, CD, MD and DVD players as well as for mobile game consoles - the perfect companion for all mobile, fashion -conscious music fans. The PMX 100 features an attractive carbon -fiber design while the PMX 200 is distinguished by its aqua -blue earcups. Both models feature a lightweight, metal -reinforced neckband, guaranteeing a perfect fit. The wide ear cups provide true wearing comfort and at just 2.12 ounces, are lightweight enough to wear all day long. The technical features are in a class of their own too: Duofol™ diaphragms, twin damping systems, Neodymium magnets and a maximum sound pressure level of 114 dB (PMX 100) and 115 dB (PMX 200) guarantee powerful and expressive sound. The PMX 100 is an Open -Aire dynamic phone offering natural, transparent sound reproduction. The PMX 200 model incorporates closed -back earcups offering greatly improved bass performance while effectively reducing ambient noise. Both styles feature comfortable, replaceable earpads and lightweight, reinforced single -sided cables for long life and tangle -free convenience.
The Sennheiser PMX 100 and PMX 200 neckband headphones will be available January 2006, at suggested retail prices of $49.95 and $59.95 respectively.
Established in 1945 in Wedemark, Germany, Sennheiser is the acknowledged world leader in headphone -transducer and microphone technology, RF -wireless and infrared sound transmission and, most recently, the development of active noise -cancellation. Sennheiser Electronic Corporation is a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary, headquartered in Old Lyme, Connecticut.
For additional information about Sennheiser, visit www.sennheiserusa.com.
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