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HiFi/audiophile headphone from Ultrasone belonging to the HFI series

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Ultrasone release the HFI-15G Surround headphones


Technical specifications
  • S-Logic™ Natural Surround Sound
  • Dynamic principle
  • Frequency range 20–20.000 Hz
  • Impedance 32 Ohm
  • Sound pressure level 96 dB
  • Driver 40 mm Mylar
  • Weight 85 g (without cord)
  • Straight cord (length ca 1m)
  • with gold-plated jack 3,5mm
  • incl. 3,5/6,3mm adaptor
  • and extension cord (ca 4m)
  • Long-term availability of spare parts

    Character
    These lightweight headphones can follow you easily. The open-back design of the HFI-15G is highly appreciated for mobile applications or as hearing aid for watching TV. This is the smallest headphone of the Ultrasone HFI line.

    S-Logic™ Natural Surround Sound
    Through S-Logic™ Natural Surround, the sound moves out of your head and into the room around you. Consequently, the music is no longer confined, but breathing once again, spacious and organic. Direction and distance are more easily perceived – it’s like being at a live concert (…or in the studio). No additional equipment is necessary. So with just a pair of Ultrasones and your favorite audio device, prepare yourself for 3-dimensional sound.

    Safer hearing
    S-Logic™ does not only create a Natural Surround Sound, it allows at the same time a reduction of sound pressure levels by up to 40% (3–4 dB) for the same loudness sensation. This may reduce the risk of hearing damage while ensuring hours of fatigue-free listening. However, Ultrasone generally advises not to listen to music at high volumes to prevent hearing damage.

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