For hear better the DORO FLOW…Adidas Originals X Sennheiser HD 25-1 Headphone

Whether you’re the audio engineer for Lady Gaga or just a simple bloke with Apple iPod, most likely you heard or seen the name Sennheiser. Established by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Fritz Sennheiser, who sadly passed away last month at the age of 98, the goal was to revolutionize the way we hear and record sound, a simple goal, but not a simple task. With only obsolescent technologies, Dr. Sennheiser had invent many of the tools that today, we’re accustomed to – the first shotgun microphone, the first open headphone, wireless clip-on mic, just to name a few.

In celebration of this original master of sound, adidas Originals made this special edition HD 25-1 Headphone. Awash in black and adidas Originals signature blue, along with a extra set of ear pads in contrast white, the headphone bestow comfort along with accuracy of sound. Frequency Response at 16-22,000 Hz, 3.5 or 6.3 mm stereo jack, plus a rotating unit for one-ear listening, an essential feature for DJing, the HD 25-1 is be sure to win the approval of audiophiles and DJs everywhere. Who knows, maybe you will see DJ Neil Armstrong with one too in the near future. The adidas Originals x Sennheiser HD 25-1 is currently available, in very limited number, at End Clothing of England.

End Clothing
4-6 High Bridge | Map
Newcastle Upon Tyne,
NE11EN England

via freshness mag

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One response

  1. These headphones don’t just look good – they are that good, all the way down to their high-tech insides. Exceptionally comfortable and aesthetically pleasing, they provide a perfect example of what exquisite headphones Sennheiser specialists can produce out of pure enthusiasm and solid years of experience and expertise. The beige exterior of the HD 598 high-end headphones features high-gloss burl wood parts with matching earpads – all this slendour betrays the HD 598 earphones as pure unadulterated elite in the eyes of everyone around. And people will be looking – Sennheiser products tend to draw attention.

    October 20, 2011 at 06:07

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