High-end sound without cables: Sennheiser presents RSÂ 220 digital wireless headphones
Old Lyme, Conn., January 9, 2012 â€“High-end audio fans attach great importance to loss-free transmission of the sound signal between the source and the ears. In the past, wireless audio transmission has come up against its limits. Now however, audio specialistSennheiserÂ is opening up a new class of wireless listening with the new RSÂ 220 wireless headphones. The digital wireless headphones have a full, detailed sound while offering total freedom of movement.
Headphone development is driven by the challenge of reproducing sound that is as lifelike and direct as possible. Up until now, cabled headphones had a far better audio quality than wireless headphones. But now, the RSÂ 220 from Sennheiser is setting new standards. â€œWith these digital wireless headphones, we have succeeded for the first time in combining wireless music enjoyment with high-end quality,â€ said Maurice QuarrÃ©, Director Product Lifecycle Management at Sennheiser Consumer Electronics, describing the new RSÂ 220.
Superior wireless listening pleasure
Choice of several connection possibilitiesÂ
The sound quality of a set of headphones is decisively dependent, among other things, on the connection between the audio source and the headphones. As the data between the transmitter and receiver is transmitted wirelessly in theRSÂ 220, the feeding of the data from the audio source to the transmitter is particularly important. For this reason, the headphone system has an analogue, a coaxial digital and an optical digital input. Discerning users can decide themselves on the type and quality of the audio signal being fed in. Sensor buttons on the transmitter or directly on the headphones enable users to switch back and forth between the sources.
Lifelike sound experienceÂ
The Sennheiser Group, with its headquarters in Wedemark near Hanover, Germany, is one of the worldâ€™s leading manufacturers of microphones, headphones and wireless transmission systems. The family-owned company, which was established in 1945, recorded sales of around â‚¬468 million in 2010. Sennheiser employs more than 2,100 people worldwide, and has manufacturing plants in Germany, Ireland and the USA. The company is represented worldwide by subsidiaries in France, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark (Nordic), Russia, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, Japan, China, Canada, Mexico and the USA, as well as by long-term trading partners in many other countries. Also part of the Sennheiser Group are Georg Neumann GmbH, Berlin (studio microphones and monitor loudspeakers), and the joint venture Sennheiser Communications A/S (headsets for PCs, offices and call centres).
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