Sennheiser MX90 VC - Style


Great design makes the new Sennheiser Style Line a real inspiration. The innovative holding systems not only look extremely elegant, they're comfortable to wear, too. High-quality materials and the specially tuned damping system with its detailed sound reproduction complete the picture.See the whole range at

• High-quality stereo earphones
• Specially tuned damping system ensures detailed sound reproduction
• High-quality materials accentuate the unique design
• Innovative holding design (Twist-to-fit system) ensures best-possible fit
• Ear adapter set and rubber buds for individually matching different ears
• Volume control and carrying case included

Design: High quality stereo earphones
Transducer principle: Dynamic
Frequency response: 18-22,000 Hz
Impedance: 64 O
SPL (1 kHz, 1 Vrms): 117 dB
Ear coupling: In-ear
Weight (without cable): Approx. 12 g
Connecting cable: 1.2m symmetrical
Audio connector: 3.5 mm right angled stereo mini-jack plug in gold
Dimensions of product packaging (BxHxT): 97x203x58mm
Weight of product packaging: 207 g
Dimensions of master carton (BxHxT): 322x266x243 mm
Number of packagings per master carton: 12

Volume control,
Carrying case


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