So who needs instruments anyway? Naturally 7 certainly don’t. The 7-member American band has developed a distinctive a cappella style including extensive beatboxing which they call Vocal Play. Long-time Sennheiser users, the group has enjoyed quiet success in Europe over the last few years, but has recently exploded onto the international stage with a succession of high-profile shows.
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Christmas is the perfect opportunity to take time to appreciate the best things in life: This holiday season, Sennheiser is inviting Facebook users to take a moment to celebrate true, lasting friendship. With “A MOMENT for friends” the audio specialist invites people to tell real friends why they matter so much. Both friends have a chance to win a pair of MOMENTUM On-Ear headphones – the perfect gift for those who value enduring authentic quality.
Audio specialist Sennheiser has been honoured with three awards at the prestigious International Forum Design competition. The winning products included the MOMENTUM headphones, the high-end IE 800 in-ear phones and the HDVD 800 headphone amplifier, all of which impressed the international jury with their sophisticated, cutting-edge design, to scoop a coveted iF award.
Sound is not just sound, and music is not just music. We all know that. The listening or hearing experience depends highly on the equipment you use. The joy of listening to a classical concert, for example, differs greatly depending on your loudspeakers but also on the recording equipment used. How does hearing actually work? What really happens in your ear when you hear? These questions are the basis and starting point of all new developments coming from the Sennheiser Group. The company calls itself a scientist and artist of sound with the brand motto “the pursuit of perfect sound.” The company is a specialist in transforming sound waves into electrical signals without losing anything and reconverting digital signals back to analogue, giving you the highest quality listening experience possible. Today, Sennheiser offers individual solutions for every important aspect of the recording, transmission and reproduction of sound, and is constantly working on the improvement of its products. “All our innovations are made with regard to sound quality, followed by aspects of comfort, user-friendliness and design,” says Hans Kortenhorst, managing director of Sennheiser Benelux in Almere. “We not only want our clients to hear all aspects of sound but enable them to feel and experience them, as well. Almost 70 years of experience, innovations and German engineering make this possible.”