Sennheiser has launched the HD 660S2 headphones in India, expanding the capabilities of its 600-series family and setting a new standard for audiophile sound. Responding to feedback from the hi-fi community, Sennheiser has crafted a headphone that balances reference-level detail with engaging frequency response, delivering a more dramatic listening experience with greater intensity from enhanced sub-bass tuning. The updated acoustics offer a delightful new way to experience music. "Our new Sennheiser HD 660S2 offers listeners what they requested most from the headphones’ predecessor," says Mr Kapil Gulati, Sales Director – Consumer Hearing Business, Sonova. "With precision and power like no other and new sensitivity across all frequencies, listeners will hear details they've never heard before, especially at the lower end of the spectrum." Improving on a beloved classic while retaining its best traits was challenging, starting with the lowest end of the frequency plot. The HD 660S2's warm bass characteristics pair perfectly with its silky-smooth treble performance and trademark vocal presence, allowing the timbre and uniqueness of any instrument part to stand out. Across the entire frequency spectrum, the HD 660S2 delivers a refined listening experience thanks to improved transducer airflow and a refined voice coil. Designed in Germany and manufactured at Sennheiser's state-of-the-art Ireland production facility, the HD 660S2 continues the series' emphasis on quality, and functional design using materials that contribute to the hi-fi experience. Plush earpads and cushy headband padding place the revised 300-ohm transducers at the optimal distance from the ear resulting in a spacious soundstage with an abundance of detail, even for extended musical exploration. The transducer surround drops the resonant frequency from 110 Hz (original HD 660S) down to 70 Hz for hefty kick drums that move with ease. The HD 660S2 is versatile enough to connect to vintage classics and modern solutions alike, ships with two 1.8-meter (5.8 ft) user-detachable cables that terminate to 6.3 mm (1/4-inch) single-ended stereo and 4.4 mm balanced stereo jack plugs respectively, and comes with a 6.3 mm to 3.5 mm (1/8-inch) adapter for use with popular hi-fi gear from DAC-amps, DAPs, and dedicated amplifiers such as the Sennheiser HDV 820. The headphones feature bronze accents that complement the elegant jet-black finish, and all of it is protected by a storage pouch. The Sennheiser HD 660S2 will be available from 21st March 2023 across all online platforms such as www.sennheiser-hearing.com, Amazon, Headphone Zone, and The Audio Store along with premium retail outlets at INR 54,990. The Sennheiser brand has represented building the future of audio and bringing remarkable sound experiences to customers for more than 75 years. While professional audio solutions such as microphones, meeting solutions, streaming technologies and monitoring systems are part of the business of Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG, the business with consumer devices such as headphones, soundbars, and speech-enhanced hearables is operated by Sonova Holding AG under the license of Sennheiser. So guys, if you liked this post and wish to receive more tech stuff delivered daily, don't forget to subscribe to the Inspire2Rise newsletter to obtain more timely tech news, updates and more! Keep visiting for more such excellent posts, internet tips, and gadget reviews, and remember we cover, "Everything under the Sun!" Follow Inspire2rise on Twitter. | Follow Inspire2rise on Facebook. | Follow Inspire2rise on YouTube.