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What Sennheiser lack in style they certainly make up in quality of sound. Or that was its past reputation anyway. The rise of companies like Beats (Apple) headphones style has become as big a selling point as sound quality. Sennheiser produce a range of products. From cheap earbuds to top of the range professional open back studio headphones. To Find the best Sennheiser headphones for you we have put together this quick quiz.
We are currently in a wireless revolution. Increasingly phones are being brought out without a headphone jack. This has resulted in the need for wireless headphones, but not necessarily the want for them. The problem with wireless headphones is that the quality is capped by the limitations of bluetooth. Not to say that the sound is bad, it’s just not able to offer professional levels of sound quality. But the freedom of no wires to many is worth it, so Sennheiser has produced quite a few options.
Sennheiser produces a wide range of open back headphones. These are over ear headphones with little barrier at the back of the speaker. It is designed to let the sound out. Closed back forces the sound to be in your head. I stops outside noise from coming in and headphone sound out. Open back headphones free it to be all around you. The sound will seem wider, and less compressed.
The downside is that if you are in a noisy environment there is no isolation from the outside. Also everyone will here your music, so it’s not a good option traveling or in an office. If you are in a quiet space, with no people to disturb, then open back headphones are an amazing option.
Sennheiser produce a few noise cancelling headphones. But there foray into this field has been a bit timid until recently. Now every headphone company is competing in this market. The battle to produce the best ANC (active noise cancellation) headphones is now highly contested. The big competition has been Bose, with its Quiet Comfort range. But now the likes of Sony and Audio-Technica and many others are vying for the top spot. While Sennheiser has some topnotch noise canceling technology. What they really do is compete on sound quality alongside noise cancelling.
Sennheiser have specialised a section of their headphone devision towards sports headphones. With neon green design and sweat resistant build, they are focused on sports usage. Sennheiser have only in-ear models designed specifically for sports. They are all great value, and rugged enough that they give them all a 2 year warranty.
In our database we have over 50 different Sennheiser headphones. For one company this is a vast portfolio. To decide the headphone that would be best for you take the comparison quiz.