The technologies behind the new Sennheiser IE 600 headphones are no joke, starting with a shell made of ZR01 amorphous zirconium, a metal used in aerospace, whose atomic structure close to glass gives it three times more strength and torsion resistance than high performance steel. Ideal for resisting corrosion and scratches.
Sennheiser TrueResponse 7mm Transducer
Audio quality is ensured - among other things - by an innovative rear acoustic volume and precision molded resonance chambers. The double resonator chamber housed in the mouthpiece provides a Hi-Fi rendering, allowing the finest textures of music to be discerned by eliminating masking resonances. Also noteworthy is a 7mm Sennheiser TrueResponse transducer ensuring an extra-wide frequency range and ultra-low distortion. Gold-plated MMCX connectors provide superior signal stability, and are compatible with cables up to 4.8mm.
The word to Jermo Köhnke, Product Manager for Sennheiser Audiophile
“Our products developed for audiophiles take into account the comments and suggestions of our customers nourished by their passion for music. Thanks to our miniature transducer technology, the IE 600 headphones deliver a neutral reference signal, says Jermo Köhnke, Product Manager for Sennheiser Audiophile. The exceptional acoustic performance is preserved by the ultra-resistant amorphous zirconium shell. There is no doubt that the IE 600 earphones will be a reference for the most discerning music lovers”.
Equipped with adjustable ear hooks, and delivered with two types of ear tips, silicone and foam supplied in three different sizes, the Sennheiser IE 600 are available at an indicative price of 699 euros.