23
Jul
09

The Sennheiser HD-800

We are happy to announce our appointment as one of the exclusive dealers for THE hottest headphone in the market today – the top-of-the-line Sennheiser H-800! A culmination of over 60 years of headphone engineering and experience, the HD-800 features the largest transducer that can be found in any dynamic headphone, a unique ring radiator driver.

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This produces a combination of unprecedented performance at low frequencies with a minimum of distortion at high frequencies. As a result, the HD 800 has brilliant trebles, precise bass reproduction and an exceptionally clear sound image. The frequency response is an unprecedented 6 to 51,000 Hertz.

The HD 800 is hand-assembled in Germany with only the finest of materials. The transducer is encased by a precision material made of stainless steel, while the headband and headphone mounting utilizes the most advanced development from the aerospace industry. You can read about the many other outstanding features of the ground-breaking HD-800 below.

We now have a unit on demo with the Lehmann Audio Linear and Rhinelander headphone amps. Sennheiser and Lehmann Audio have been working closely together, often being demoed together in all the big international hifi shows. They seem to form a unique synergy with each other that is truly greater than the sum of its individual parts.

Come and find out why the HD-800 is so good that a reviewer has even made this proclamation: “I have no doubt in my mind that the Sennheiser HD 800 is, beyond any shadow of a doubt (even this early on) one of the finest dynamic headphones I’ve ever heard. And I am quite confident in saying that Sennheiser’s new HD800 is (yes, again, even this early on) one of the best headphones I’ve heard of any type, period”.

More information and technical data

Related Links:

  • More details on HD-800   
  • HD-800 review
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