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An Insanely Long List Of Ways To Deal With The iPhone Headphone Jack Apocalypse

When Apple stopped including disk drives on its desktop computers, the world barely batted an eye. When DVD-ROMs were removed from the MacBook, few cared. But the loss of the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 is a clear indicator that the apocalypse is upon us. But don’t freak out just yet, we’re going to help you deal.

Sennheiser PXC 550 Noise-Cancelling Headphones: Australian Review

If you travel or if you commute, you need noise cancelling headphones. They’ll change your life. They block out so much ambient noise, letting you listen to your music or podcasts or audiobooks at a much reduced volume and preserving your precious hearing. But that noise cancelling isn’t worth much if those headphones don’t sound good, right? Sennheiser — a company with some serious audio chops — has what it says is the solution with the professional traveller’s new best friend, the PXC 550.

Meet Sennheiser's Shiny New PXC 550 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones

If you’re a “discerning traveller”, the new Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless headphones might be right up your alley.

With high-quality sound and up to 30 hours of battery performance, you can personalise your listening experience on the move using Sennheiser’s companion app, CapTune.

EB Games To Stock Sennheiser's Gaming Headsets

Sennheiser has partnered with EB Games, stocking the headphone maker’s Game One, Game Zero and PC 320 gaming headsets in the retailer’s 380 stores across the country as well as online.

I Listened To Sennheiser's Absurd $55,000 Orpheus Headphones

I’m one of the first people in the world to listen to Sennheiser’s new $55,000 Orpheus headphone system. The new hardware’s 20 years in the making. Real, real serious shit. I’m trying hard to concentrate on the music — trying to give this crazy thing the severe attention I think it deserves. But I keep laughing my arse off.

Sennheiser's Built Probably The World's Best Headphones -- But They Cost $US55,000

In the ’90s, Sennheiser asked it engineers to make the best headphones ever and the result was 300 sets of the legendary Orpheus, each pair of which sold for $US16,000. Now, Sennheiser has created an ever better-sounding successor to those luxurious cans — but they will set you back $US55,000.

Sennheiser Now Sells Spare Parts In Australia

Headphones broken? Cable getting a bit frayed and fuzzy? Lost an earpad? Sennheiser now sells replacement cables, earpads and other bits and pieces for its headphones in Australia through an online store.

Sennheiser's New $US500 Wireless Headphones Only Work Well With A Wire

I love Sennheiser’s very expensive, very handsome wireless headphones. But, unfortunately, I can’t use my Sennheiser Momentum Wireless headset unless I plug in a cord. This is a big problem for wireless headphones — big enough that the company has now stopped shipping the product.

Sennheiser's Dope Momentum Headphones Are Now Wireless, Noise Cancelling

I’ve fallen in love with the Momentum headphones Sennheiser launched a few years ago. They’re my gotos: The cans that sit on my desk everyday. Usually, I don’t care that somebody made existing headphones wireless or that they managed to make them noise cancelling. Bluetooth? Yawn. Noise cancelling? Whatevs. But I’m posting the Momentum wireless as an exception because I’m legitimately excited that they exist.

Sennheiser Urbanite XL Headphones: Australian Review

Traditional audio brands are often the slowest to adapt to trends, and we’re only now starting to see super-fashionable headphones in the same vein as the now-ubiquitous Beats By Dre. But those brands bring with them years and years of audio experience, and there are few companies with the history behind them of Sennheiser. The German audio powerhouse’s new Urbanite XL headphones are taking the fight to Beats, Bose and the rest of the young, hip over-the-ear headphone crowd.

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