CES visitors have been given a first look at audio manufacturer Sennheiser’s prototype Ambeo 3D soundbar.
The 3D soundbar (pictured) promises to deliver an “incredibly immersive” sound experience and a “true-as-if-there” feeling without the need for any additional components, such as an external subwoofer.
The company has also revealed its newest headphones at the Las Vegas show, the HD 820 closed-back dynamic stereo headphones and the CX 6.00BT in-ear headphones.
The HD 820 headphones are said to be a “game-changer” for closed-back headphones, delivering transparent sound thanks to a unique transducer cover that minimises resonances, Sennheiser has claimed.
The new CX 6.00BT headphones feature ear-canal earbuds that offer “clear, detailed sound” with an enhanced bass response and wireless technology that includes Bluetooth 4.2 and Qualcomm apt-X.
“There is nowhere better to demonstrate our commitment to shaping the future of audio than at CES, where so many technologies and innovations are first introduced to the world,” said Pete Ogley, chief operating officer of Sennheiser’s consumer electronics division. “From exciting developments in our Ambeo 3D audio programme, to a game-changer in audiophile listening and our latest wireless headphones, CES is the perfect place for us to share our vision.”
- Main image courtesy of Steve May