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Sennheiser UK supports first Brighton Music Conference
The first ever Brighton Music Conference hosts some of the world’s most exciting electronic artists as well as over 150 luminary industry speakers, and is slated as being the ‘UK’s answer to the Miami Winter Music Conference’. Sennheiser UK is both a sponsor and exhibitor and will be showcasing its new range of DJ headphones and legendary HD 25 headphones as well as a variety of its wireless microphones, plus Neumann monitor loudspeakers, Rane’s acclaimed DJ interfaces and mixers, plus the new LimitEar® HDM® Pro - a Sennheiser Solutions product which integrates HDM Pro technology into HD 25 headphones, delivering the most audible, safe hearing experience possible.
Designed for the most demanding users and punishing pro environments, the new HD8 DJ, HD7 DJ and the HD6 MIX DJ headphones have been developed in conjunction with some of the world’s top DJs.
Whether creating music or moving crowd, the three new headphones deliver excellent, dynamic sound reproduction with the highest levels of external noise attenuation. The durable materials, exceptional build-quality and unrivalled product support makes these the headphones of choice for professionals.
Also on show will be XS Wireless from Sennheiser’s range of wireless microphone systems.
Designed for users who want to go wireless in an easy way, the XS Wireless series offers complete sets with sturdy units, simple operation and high quality sound. The transmitters have a battery life of up to 10 hours, while a switching bandwidth of up to 24 MHz allows for flexibility in the choice of frequencies. The series is comprised of two vocal sets, an instrument system and presentation sets with clip-on microphone or a headmic.
Another highlight will be the award-winning Neumann KH 120 studio monitor. Designed for use as a near-field loudspeaker or as a rear loudspeaker in larger multi-channel systems, it ensures the most accurate sound reproduction possible and provides the maximum versatility for a wide variety of acoustic conditions, source equipment and physical spaces.
Also on show for Sennheiser will be the MK4, a large-diaphragm true condenser microphone. This cardioid microphone, which is manufactured in Germany, is Sennheiser’s first large-diaphragm side-address microphone and focuses on giving the best possible sound quality rather than technical extravagance. It provides a powerful yet warm sound that is both direct and tight with fine treble resolution.
Finally, from Rane will be a selection of its SL DJ interfaces and DJ mixers, including the SL4 interfaces and Rane Sixty-One and Sixty-Two mixers.
“We are delighted to be part of the first ever BMC,” says Sennheiser Product Manager Simon Beesley. “Having something that showcases our products to this exciting sector of the market is long overdue.”
Simon Beesley will be taking part in the Exhibition Talks on Saturday 12th April from 3.35 to 4.05 – Wireless Microphones – What You Need to Know.