Sennheiser IE 800 In-Ear Headphones | £599.99 | sennheiser.com
like everything else in life, no two things are created to be equal. that’s especially true for headphones as some are created for those wouldn’t bother by its look, or the sound for that matter and there are those that created specifically for those who are gifted with the discerning sense of sounds. lucky for those who belongs to the latter, the choices are in abundance and the new Sennheiser IE 800 In-Ear Headphones happens to be one of those. designed to offer demanding audiophiles with brilliant trebles, precise bass response and detailed sound, this pair of high-end buds features a specially developed Extra Wide Band (XWB) driver that is said to produce a distortion-free audio even at high sound pressure levels. well, not that we recommend anyone to crank the volume up but it is one of those things that’s good to have. despite being a the tiniest wide-band sound transducer (just 7mm, if you must really know), it is able to the entire audible frequency spectrum. a patented dual-chamber absorber absorbs the energy of the resonance, eliminating the ‘masking effect’ commonly suffered by regular in-ear headphones. plus, this pair of buds look pretty damn good too. so much for such a handsome piece of technological advanced gadget? that would be a cool £599.99 or about US$956 for you Yankees out there. wow.