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/ Anaheim (CA)
SENNHEISER AND NEUMANN LAUNCH NEW WIRELESS AND STUDIO GEAR AT NAMM
The pro audio year kicks off with some high-caliber product launches at NAMM: Sennheiser is showcasing exciting entry-level wireless systems for both bands and videographers, along with two brand-new in-ears in its IE range and the SK 6212 mini-bodypack transmitter for live audio and broadcasting applications. Neumann.Berlin is presenting its very first pair of studio headphones and a new KH line subwoofer. More details on the products will be revealed at the show.
STEP INTO NEW WORLDS OF SOUND AT CES 2019
At CES 2019, held in Las Vegas from January 8 to 11, Sennheiser will be providing visitors with the unique opportunity to explore the world of Augmented Audio and craft their very own AMBEO AR experience. Additionally, listening sessions with the much anticipated AMBEO Soundbar at the Sennheiser booth will reveal how the audio specialist is bringing its innovations in immersive 3D sound to the home. Visitors to CES can also get hands on with the new MOMENTUM True Wireless earphones.
/ Wedemark/Las Vegas
HEAR IT TO BELIEVE IT
Immersive 5.1.4 sound and deep bass that has to be heard to be believed: Sennheiser’s new AMBEO Soundbar will be available from May. Created by the audio specialist to be one of the world’s best soundbars, the AMBEO Soundbar places the listener inside the sound experience with incredible realism, delivering 3D sound that blurs the line between playback and reality from a single all-in-one device. Visitors to CES (January 8-11) can experience the AMBEO Soundbar at the Sennheiser booth (South Hall 1, booth no. 20200).
Designed for kicks: The e 602-II bass drum microphone
With the e 602-II, Sennheiser’s Mic of the Month for December (happyevolution.com), drummers simply get more out of their kick drum: bass sounds with more punch, more precise attack and more transparent high frequencies. “There was this trend to ask for a more ‘modern’ sound from the kick drum; that is to say more resolution, greater openness and a fuller range of sound,” remembers Sebastian Schmitz, Sennheiser portfolio manager.
Authentic and direct – the Sennheiser e 906 guitar amp microphone
Just a quick glance at online discussions and user ratings for the e 906 mic reveals a certain level of devotion. But just what makes this guitar microphone so popular? Sennheiser portfolio manager Sebastian Schmitz explained: “The e 906 incorporates decades of experience with guitar microphones. And we’ve developed quite a few decent models throughout our company history!” One of these “decent” guitar microphones is the MD 409: Often referred to as ‘the best guitar microphone that there is’, the MD 409 still enjoys legendary status among sound engineers and was the inspiration for the development of the e 906. Sennheiser looked to this classic mic’s ability to capture warm, dreamy guitars and pithy metal riffs equally well as the starting point for creating the newer model. Similarly the e 906 sought to offer ease of handling that matched the MD 409, which was nicknamed the “guitar briquette”, and could be simply hung on its cable in front of the amp – a blessing for quick set-ups and use on small stages.