Sennheiser has launched a range of seven new headphone models designed with a funky and youthful look to appeal to the iPod generation.
The Street line ranges in price from £10 to £25, some of which come with clever little cases and new ear coupling. Sennheiser promises they have tough, almost unbreakable contruction, and all incorporate neodymium-iron driver for quality sound.
At the bottom of the list is the MX50, which costs £10, while the step up, the MX51, for £15, includes a carrying case.
The MXL 51 is bundled with a lanyard and case for £20, while the MX55 is made to twist to fit, and features the Sennheiser Basswind system. It and its case are available for £20. £25 buys you the MX 55 VC Street, with carrying case and volume control.
The OMX 50 VC and 52 are separated by the incorporation of Sennheiser Basswind technology into the latter; they retail for £20 and £25 respectively. And last but not least is the PMX 50, a neckband set for £25.