Sennheiser, who specializes in the design and production of both consumer and high fidelity products like microphones, headphones, and telephony accessories, announced it would be bringing its flagship MM 550 Travel model, headsets tailor-made for all the latest Apple (News - Alert) devices to Mobile World Congress.
Discussing the company’s move in bringing its highly-coveted headsets to Mobile World Congress (News - Alert), Guido Karbautzki, head of sales and marketing at Sennheiser Communications said, “Our presence at the Mobile World Congress gives us the chance to truly convince visitors of our headsets’ renowned Sennheiser sound quality, sleek award winning design and amazing comfort. It’s the perfect platform for visitors to try out and test our products in person with their own mobile phones.”
iPhone (News - Alert) users are at the forefront of today’s digital lifestyle and their high demands on design and quality also apply to headsets. In explaining its targeted move to Apple iPhone Christian Ern, product manager at Sennheiser Communications (News - Alert) stated, “Sennheiser sound has been made available for Apple iPhones so customers can benefit from the supreme quality standards and excellent audio quality that is inherent in our headsets. Sennheiser stands for top quality, distinctive design and intuitive communication features.”
The Sennheiser headsets are also compatible with other Apple devices, such as the iPad, iPods and Mac computers.
Visitors at the Mobile World Congress will be able to experience all Sennheiser’s popular handsets. Also, visitors can view videos of artists performing with Sennheiser equipment and hear the performance through one of the audio specialists’ latest premium headsets.
Sennheiser is a well respected company who has a track record in audio electronics dating all the way back to 1945 (the World War II era).
Charles West is a Web Editor for TMCnet. Prior to joining TMC (News - Alert) Charles worked with many gadget oriented sites that included running his own blog (TheTrendaholic.com) and Smartphone column for examiner.com. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Charles West