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The headphones category started 2010 off with a bang, with several companies beginning the new year with new introductions.
Vizio used International CES, held in Las Vegas earlier this month, to announce it was entering the headphones category with the introduction of two products: a pair of wireless headphones and a pair of headphones that feature Bluetooth connectivity.
Style, comfort and performance highlight new product introductions in the ubiquitous portable audio headphones business.
By extending lines to include fashion-driven color and design with ease of wear and stellar sound, makers are offering one of the most diversified selections of headphones to hit the market in years.
Sennheiser is introducing HD 280 Pro headphones, which are engineered to deliver exceptional isolation from ambient noise, with precise and linear sound reproduction at high SPLs, coupled with innovative, fold-up design for compact portability.
LTB (Listen To Believe) Audio Systems, a manufacturer of 5.1 headphone technology, is making available a new line of True Digital 2.4GHz wireless headphones, including the True 5.1 version, said to be the “world's first true six-channel wireless headphone system. The headphones utilize a non-compressed audio/video system said to be ideal for home theater and console gaming.
New wireless headphones, called the Cinema 1, are available from LTB (Listen To Believe) Audio Systems.
The headphones, said to focus on leading edge digital audio and multimedia — namely games, movies and HD radio — join a lineup that already includes models LTB-USB-M and LTB-AC97 that interface six-channel 5.1 surround sound into lightweight and comfortable headsets.
Stow, Ohio - Audio-Technica introduced its ATH-ANC7b headphones today, featuring 85 percent noise cancellation.
The over-the-ear headphones reportedly provide smoother, richer and more natural tonal balance; clear, high-resolution sound, with impactful bass; a detailed midrange; and extended treble and accurate imaging in an immersive soundfield.
Sennheiser’s HD 800 headphones boast new transducer technology from the company.
Measuring 56 mm, the transducer in the HD 800 is the largest that can currently be found in a dynamic headphone, according to the company. The more transducer surface area that vibrates, the purer the headphone sounds at low frequencies, Sennheiser said.
Two new 900MHz wireless headphones from Acoustic Research, a Recoton company, allow the signal to travel through walls and floors, up to 300 feet from the transmitter, to deliver clear sound.
The new products — which bring sophisticated, stylish design and high-quality performance, in order to fulfill user demand for high-end audio products for literally endless wireless applications — include the AW721 wireless full-size stereo headphones and AW771 wireless deluxe stereo headphones with auto tuning.
Audio Technology launched a variety of Sylvania-branded headphones and earphones this month.
Three products were announced: two sets of headphones and one set of earphones.
The SYL-NCE745 noise-canceling earphones feature "professional sound quality," according to the company, and they are designed to enhance audio in noisy environments. They come with a storage pouch, airline adapter plug, neck strap and one AAA battery for $59.99.