Sennheiser has long been at the forefront of incredibly comfortable and rich sounding headphones. They have been in business for 70 years, creating products that pushed the stands in audio technology. They are pushing forward once again with their new headphones, the HD630VB.
Before we go forward, let’s take a look back at what exactly Sennheiser has brought to the world of audiophile sound. Back in 1968, they revolutionized the headphone market with the HD 414. They were the world’s first open headphones, and for the first time, ears could hear in a way they were supposed to: open and free.
In 1991, Sennheiser launched the electrostatic Orpheus HE 90/HEV 90. The company was determined to make the best headphones in the world, and exceeded expectations. They continue to be the ultimate benchmark for audiophile listening and for all high-end models Sennheiser continue to develop. Our editor tried them out the Orpheus at CES 2015, and has since been considering which organ(s) he must sell to reach the $16,000 asking price.
Now, Sennheiser is again changing how we hear audio. The HD 630VB was just introduced, and it’s the first closed audiophile headphone model. The headphones combine the brilliant sound of open audiophile models with passive ambient noise attenuation. The cutting-edge transducers provide clear, powerful sound, allowing for the most accurate playback of your favorite music tracks. The Sennheiser HD 630VB is also made for the on the go lifestyle, crafted with premium materials that make for excellent comfort on long journeys.
Sennheiser is a company long known for its exceptional sound and well-crafted headphones. The HD 630VB looks to continue that trend, and may just become your new favorite set of cans.
The Sennheiser HD 630VB headphones are available now for $549.95. For more information and to find a dealer, visit Sennheiser.