Premium headphones from Sennheiser win EISA Award
The EISA jury, which is made up of representatives from 50 European special interest magazines, justified its verdict: "Here is a new top -of -the -range model from one of the world's most renowned headphone manufacturers. The challenge was to create a large diaphragm, essential for powerful bass reproduction, while avoiding unwanted resonances which result in distortion. The solution? Instead of the usual circular shape, the diaphragm is designed as a ring, which provides a large surface area, yet minimizes distortion. The sound is just true to the original, at every frequency from the lowest bass to the highest treble." The coveted EISA Awards are presented every year for products from the fields of photography, video, audio & home theatre, in -car electronics and mobile devices.
Sound in perfection
"We are extremely delighted to have won the European Imaging and Sound Association award once again," said Maurice Quarré, product manager for consumer electronics at Sennheiser's global headquarters in Wedemark, Germany. "With the HD 800, we have come closer than any other manufacturer to reproducing sound in such a natural and lifelike way as possible."
Brilliant trebles, precise bass and a particularly spatial sound image - these are the qualities that characterize the HD 800. The frequency response ranges from 6 to 51,000 Hz.
The excellent sound properties of the headphones are supported by selected materials and a top -quality finish - features that were also pointed out by the EISA jury:"Low resonance materials contribute to this clear reproduction and include high -quality plastic ear cups, a metal -plastic sandwich for the headband and a special high -precision gauze made of stainless steel which holds the transducers." In the end, it is the interaction between all of the details that makes up the sound properties of high -end headphones. Audio specialist Sennheiser presented the HD 800 for the first time at CES in Las Vegas early this year.
About the EISA Awards
The European Imaging and Sound Association is the unique association of special interest magazines in the fields of home theatre, video, audio, in -car electronics, hi -fi and photography from 19 European countries. Since 1981, the independent organization has presented EISA Awards once a year for outstanding products and technologies. An international jury made up of all the editors -in -chief of the member magazines meets to decide which of the product innovations analyzed in the 50 special interest magazines deserve the coveted award. Awards are presented in the categories of photography, video, audio & home theatre, in -car electronics and mobile devices. The main criteria for the award are innovation, technology, manufacturing quality, reliability, design and price/performance ratio.
Sennheiser is a world -leading manufacturer of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems. Established in 1945 in Wedemark, Germany, Sennheiser is now a global brand represented in 60 countries around the world with U.S. headquarters in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Sennheiser's pioneering excellence in technology has rewarded the company with numerous awards and accolades including an Emmy, a Grammy, and the Scientific and Engineering Award of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
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