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Sennheiser’s Retail Space Makes Quality Sound More Accessible

Sennheiser’s Retail Space Makes Quality Sound More Accessible
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Located in the Westfield World Trade Center, the Soundscape introduces commuters and tourists to the legacy of the German audio manufacturer

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 22 november 2016

Sennheiser, the German audio tech manufacturer, is more or less known for pioneering  the way that we listen to music. Their hardware set the bar high for both recording and listening quality—winning them a range of awards in the latter half of the 20th century. The consistency of their manufacturing netted them an esteemed status within the community of audiophile and sound connoisseurs. Yet, Sennheiser has done little to wedge a space within the shopping bag of the everyday consumer—though it certainly has the hardware and legacy to do it.

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