Sennheiser Upgrades the HD 200 and HD 400 Headphones

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Sennheiser Upgrades the HD 200 and HD 400 Headphones


Sennheiser_HD_229_headphones.jpgSennheiser recently announced the introduction of its new HD 200 and HD 400 series headphones. The line includes six new models: the HD 219, HD 229, HD 239, HD 429, HD 439 and the HD 449 headphones.

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All six models are also optimized for listening on MP3 players, tablets, Android, Windows and Blackberry smartphones, laptops, netbooks and Apple devices including iPods, the iPad series and all iPhone devices. Some models feature a rotating earcups or cable systems fit for portable or at home use.

HD 200 Series
• HD 219: The closed ear cups reportedly keep background noise to a minimum, and feature a minimalist design. (Street price: $59.95)
• HD 229: The HD 229 is available in white with orange accents or black with deep red accents. Powerful neodymium magnets help deliver a allegedly precise stereo sound with impressive depth. The closed ear cup design helps keep the sound in and background noise out. (Street price: $79.95)
• HD 239: The HD 239 is optimized for both portable players and home audio systems. The HD 239 features powerful neodymium magnets and a frequency response of 16 to 23,000 Hz. (Street price: $119.95)

HD 400 Series
• HD 429: The closed-back HD 429 headphones feature tangle-free, single-sided cable and replaceable leatherette ear cushions for a comfortable listening experience. A ΒΌ-inch adapter is included for use with home stereo systems. (Street price: $79.95)
• HD 439: The closed-back HD 439 features a futuristic transport-inspired design, and plush, breathable earpads. The headphone includes an exchangeable cable for easy toggling between home stereo systems and portable devices. (Street price: $99.95)
• HD 449: The closed-back HD 449 is reportedly acoustically tuned for lifelike detail and natural frequency response. This design shields against outside noise, and an additional extension cable makes it easy to lounge at home beside a stereo system or on-the-go using portable devices. A storage pouch is included. (Street price: $119.95)

For more information on these or any other Sennheiser products, please visit Sennheiser's website or contact an authorized Sennheiser retailer.

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