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2020 off to a Good Start: Our New Wireless Headphones

  1. Sennheiser

    An invitation to switch off, wherever you are. Thanks to active noise cancellation, the HD 450BT is the perfect headphone to enjoy sound while on the go – with no distractions. And for up to 30 hours. Bluetooth 5.0, AAC and the aptX™ Low Latency codecs ensure a captivating, wireless listening experience. Other highlights include the Smart Control app for ease of use and the integration of voice assistants. Despite its many features, the HD 450BT is still a real eyecatcher thanks to its minimalist design.

    The new HD 450BT will be available from mid-February for $199 USD (MSRP). Learn More...
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    HD 350BT

    At home or on the go – with the HD 350BT, you can enjoy the freedom of wireless sound. And for up to 30 hours. Thanks to Bluetooth 5.0 and AAC and the aptX™ Low Latency codecs, the HD 350BT has all the latest technical features. The integration of voice assistants enables all key functions to be used intuitively. A timeless, robust design gives the HD 350BT an attractive appearance.

    The new HD 350BT is available from mid-January for $119 USD (MSRP). Learn More...

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    CX 350BT

    The stylish CX 350BT wireless earphones are the ideal companion for enjoying music and videos on the go without compromise. Featuring Bluetooth 5.0, AAC and the aptX™ Low Latency codecs, this earphone is packed with the very latest technology. The Smart Control app ensures an individual listening experience and ease of use.

    The CX 350BT earphones are priced at $99 USD (MSRP) and will be available in black and white color variants from February. Learn More...

    Images can also be downloaded from the Sennheiser Brandzone.
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2020
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  2. FireLion
    @Sennheiser can you develop a ANC closed back headphone based on the dimensions of the HD600 or even the HD598 etc. with USB-C. I and I think many others would love the larger style headphone which envelop the ears.
  3. Currawong Contributor
    The pictures indicate that they are around-the-ears already.
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  4. CrocodileDundee
    @Sennheiser Would be great to have a model of the bluetooth around the neck cable with MMCX connection so it can be used in multiple earphones. We miss a Sennheiser quality level product in this area.
  5. Brooko Contributor
    Whats the noise cancelling like? On the same level as Bose or Sony?
  6. actorlife
    I'm might be in for the 350. Will wait for reviews. Love my 58x.
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  7. dweaver
    I like my 4.50btnc so if the HD450BT is an update to it it might be a good upgrade.
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2020
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  8. C_Lindbergh
    Will any of the headphones have multi point connection?
  9. Deftone
    What about a wired flagship?
  10. HuoYuanJia
    Are you aware that Axel Grell left the company? I wouldn’t expect a new HD800 or 820 for a while.
  11. Deftone
    Yes I'm know that but are you telling me sennheiser aren't interesting in hiring a new audiophile portfolio manager or even using axel grell still as a consultant? I find that hard to believe. It appears more likely they are just focusing on the mainstream wireless market from now on. High end will probably be a second thought, the same happened to many other big brands that started it all.
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2020
  12. Sennheiser
    We do still have several highly qualified acoustics engineers that formerly operated under/alongside Mr. Grell, and Mr. Grell still performs consulting for us.

    There is still room for higher fidelity wireless as the technology has improved greatly as of late, and of course we will continue developing products for every budget.


    Unrelated question for everyone, but we would love to hear feedback and impressions: where are the best/favorite places to buy headphones? Where would you look for a high-end headphone?
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2020
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  13. dweaver
    High end stuff is almost impossible to find in a store. In Calgary the only store I know of is K&W Audio. Some of the more consumer oriented stuff is available at Bestbuy here is Canada. The other option is maybe Long and McQuade.

    Otherwise I use online services like Amazon or Headphonebar here in Canada.
  14. Chris Kaoss
    You're right, but it'll be a tight fit one.
    He calls out for more space in the cups for larger ears, i think. So i do also.
    The headphones above looks like tight fitted like the AT-Msr7, or similar.

    I know that larger wireless headphones will be a bit bulky for mobile use, but wireless headphones are tending to get hot faster.
    More space around is highly appreciated. :wink:
  15. swtnkd
    Will HD 350 BT be an good upgrade to BT 4.40? I am looking for a new pair, and I like how these this whole lineup fits me.

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