Sennheiser IE 800 S Headphones are the successor to the IE 800 headphones
Sennheiser IE 800 S Headphones: Expanding its range of In-Ear (IE) headphones, Sennheiser has unveiled the IE 800 S. The new earbuds have a refined version of Sennheiser’s proprietary additional Wide Band (XWB) drivers to supersede the existing IE 800, and a cost of $999 (roughly Rs. 65,000) makes them another premium alternative for audiophiles looking for a pocketable solution.
The Sennheiser IE 800 S have all-new transducers miniature. This is smaller than the transducers offered in the conventional high headset. Alongside the minimal transducer look, the headphones have dual-chamber absorber (D2CA) system which neutralizes the infamous masking effect that impacts the audio experience mainly when the listener faces difficulty in hearing high-frequency sound at a very low volume because of some interference within a lower-frequency range. Sennheiser highlights that the new system removes the energy floats from any resonances that are masking to prevent any peaks. Additionally, the XWB drivers that are available assist to remove distortion to some extent.
Sennheiser has supplied Comply-made, ergonomically designed viscoelastic memory foam ear tips on the IE 800 S. These ear suggestions are promised to transform their shape reduce the noise in addition to provide an audio playback experience.
To cover the requirement for an improved cabling system, the Sennheiser IE 800 S headphone especially come together with the options of wires that have 4.4millimeter Pentagon and 2.5mm connectors that are balanced. These options come along with the original 3.5millimeter jack that will connect with your smartphones or other mobile devices.
The headphones have a frequency response between 5Hz to 46500Hz and an impedance of 16 Ohms. They come with a sound pressure level of 125dB in 1Vrms.