Sennheiser PMX60 Open Dynamic Neckband
Neckband Open Dynamic offering excellent sound quality
Stereo headphone (neckband), ideal for portable players. Transparent, bass-driven sound. Bass tube for rich, crisp bass - Specially designed for rock and pop music.rap, pop, rock, etc. The PMX 60 offers a living stereo image with the dynamics and lots of energy in the bass, through specific vents "Basswind". Lightweight and comfortable to wear, it will follow you everywhere. The unilateral cable provides maximum freedom.
Comfort and ergonomics - Neckband design, Its perfect adaptation to all morphologies and lightweight design is particularly comfortable, even during extended use.
The Sennheiser sound - SLC (Spherical Laser Cut) membranes to avoid parasitic deformation of membranes for deep and powerful bass without any audible distortion. Sennheiser PMX 60 offers an excellent solution for listening in the Office, or home. Frequency response is 20-20000Hz. 32 ohms.
Musical richness - Magnetic circuits high performance returning the richness of the music in all its dynamics and its details (improved transient response).
Sonic realism - Extended extreme response serious to the extreme acute. Listening is finer and more detailed and more airy sound image. The PMX 60 outclasses without trouble other miniature helmets.
Universal connectors - Cable unilateral OFC of 1.4 m without any loss of quality in the transmission of the signal. Connection to any portable audio source (MP3, MD, CD, etc.) with a stereo headphone output.
The PMX 60 is an open, dynamic supraaural neckband headphones for portable music players offering excellent sound quality.
Frequency Response 18 - 21000 Hz
Impendence - 24 '
Sound Pressure Level - 122 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion < 0.5%
Transducer principle - Dynamic open
Ear Coupling - Supraaural
Cable Length - 1.4m
Jack Plug - 3.5mm Stereo
Weight (without Cable) - 55g
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