Sennheiser Urbanite XL goes wireless at CES

New headphones offer bass-driven sound with wireless freedom
The new Urbanite XL Wireless headphones by Sennheiser.
The new Urbanite XL Wireless headphones by Sennheiser.


Sennheiser has introduced a new wireless version of its Urbanite headphone range at the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 - the Urbanite XL Wireless.

Dr Christian Ern, director of product management, consumer, Sennheiser Communications A/S, commented: “With the Urbanite series, we´ve created a range of headphones that deliver an emotional, powerful club sound on the move. But the generation of Millennials knows more and demands more. With the new Urbanite XL Wireless, they can take their bass-driven sound easily anywhere, with effortless wireless connectivity, incredible battery life, and touch control for ease of use.”

The headphones deploy the latest cutting-edge wireless technologies, with easy Bluetooth pairing to NFC-compatible devices or by bringing the headset into close proximity. They are also built to last, with durable urban styling, up to 25 hours of playback, and constructed with materials including strong metal components. The collapsible design makes them easy to fold and store.

The Sennheiser Urbanite XL Wireless includes a touch control panel on the right ear cup that makes it possible to adjust the volume, skip to the next track, or to receive and make calls on a connected phone. Touch control is enhanced by voice prompts, while crystal clear sound quality is ensured by dual microphones within the ear cups that continuously monitor ambient noise to dynamically cancel out external interference for clearer speech.

For more information on the new Sennheiser Urbanite XL Wireless, click here.

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