Sennheiser has launched some new in-ears for you. It’s called the IE 300. These are equipped with an improved 7 mm Extra Wide Band diaphragm. Of course manufactured in Germany.
Sennheiser’s brand new IE 300 in-ear has a frequency range that runs from 6 Hz to 20 kHz and a THD of less than 0.08% (@ 1 kHz, 94 dB). Those great numbers are thanks to the improved 7 mm Extra Wide Band (XWB) transducer.
By the way, this is a ‘traditional’ in-ear without Bluetooth. This can have its advantages if you want to transport the sound as pure as possible from source to your ear canals. According to Sennheiser, the IE 300 is designed to bring out every nuance in music. Made for the road, without compromising on sound quality.
Naturally, this also includes wearing comfort, where the manufacturer has taken inspiration from professional solutions.
Optional balanced cables
Sennheiser has thought of individually adjustable ear hooks, for example, while three sizes (S/M/L) of flexible fitting pieces made of silicone and memory foam are also supplied. These not only ensure comfort of fit, but also sound isolation.
The included cable is reinforced with para-aramid, while the gold-plated connector is shielded. Should you want it, optional balanced cables with 2.5 mm or 4.4 mm connector are available. The IE 300 will be available from March this year for a suggested retail price of €299.