Old Lyme, Conn â€“ April 9, 2010 â€“ Whether at the football stadium or a Formula One racetrack, the HMD 26 broadcast headset from Sennheiser is ideal for professional use in noisy environments. The sound pressure level of the headphones ensures precise listening even in the noisiest situations, while the hyper-cardioid microphone guarantees broadcast-quality voice transmission.
It is not only sports events that are noisy: a high level of background noise on film sets or during outside broadcasts can also make it necessary to use special equipment. â€œOur many years of experience in the broadcasting sector have gone into the HMD 26,â€? explained JÃ¶rg Buchberger, Industry Team Manager Aviation and Professional Headsets at Sennheiser. â€œIts top-quality sound and transmission characteristics make the HMD 26 the ideal choice for outdoor applications.â€?
Work in peace and quiet
The new broadcast headset has a frequency response of 20 to 18,000 Hz, ensuring detailed, lifelike sound reproduction. At the same time, the sound pressure level of up to 105 dB offers sufficient reserves for even the noisiest of environments. The closed design effectively attenuates external noise by up to 25dB. Those who prefer even more peace and quiet while working can choose the HMDC 26. This version is additionally equipped with Sennheiserâ€™s NoiseGard function for active noise reduction. At the push of a button, it reduces background noise by a further 18dB. more