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Sennheiser launched earphones worth 60 thousand rupees in India, know what is the specialty

New Delhi. Sennheiser has launched its Sennheiser IE 600 earphones in India. It is being said that it has been prepared for a refined natural sound. The price of these wired earphones is Rs 59,990. It is available online and at leading retail outlets in India.

According to the company, the IE 600 has been fabricated from ZR01 Amorphous Zirconium using a patented 3D printing process. ZR01 Amorphous Zirconium is a metal with an atomic structure similar to that of glass. Sennheiser says that by using this material, the device achieves three times the hardness and bend resistant capability of high performance steel.

Uses of Amorphous Zirconium
ZR01 Amorphous zirconium is also used in the aerospace industry. It is used by NASA in the drilling head of the Mars rover. IE 600 is said to have been designed in Germany. The company says that the system and acoustic back volume have been tuned for tonally neutral, intimate and emotional sound.

neutral reference tuning
Kapil Gulati, Consumer Segment Director, Sennheiser, said in a statement that the audiophile development team, we take care of the feedback from our professional consumer. IE 600 provides a neutral reference tuning in combination with our industry-leading transducer technology. He further added that IE 600 is for the most demanding mobile audio enthusiasts.

ultra-low distortion
The IE 600 is said to have an acoustic back volume and precision-molded resonator faces. Additionally, there are dual resonator chambers in the nozzle, which are the key to the high fidelity sound of the earphones. The company said that IE 600 gets distortion free reproductions of music. It is powered by a single 7mm driver, which provides an extra-wide frequency range and ultra-low distortion to these earphones.

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