Sennheiser - Official Thread

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It was Oscar Wilde who said it and it was about cynics not Americans.

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I’m pretty sure it was my mother who said it about us 3 brothers, on multiple occasions.

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I think it’s been said by and about quite a few people actually.

I remember hearing it when I tried to sell the China my wife inherited at a garage sale.

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Maybe it was Menken who said “Nobody ever went broke underestimating the taste or intelligence of the American Public”

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I’m not sure why the inappropriate anti-country population specific quotes are being thrown around, but here is one I find appropriate at this time:

“STFU” ~ Abraham Lincoln.

(I’m pretty sure it was Abraham Lincoln that said that. Yeah. Pretty sure.)

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Maybe Abraham Lincoln vampire hunter

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Did this gert flagged or not? I got an auto-generated email about it, but it seems like it has been quoted already-

Hmmm… please be nice everyone! Let’s keep the politics to a minimum and any inflammatory talk as well kept to a minimum. Let’s get back on topic as well please, and thank you!

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I meant no offense, and have no problem if the post is removed-- it is intended as satirical, but it is off topic. My bad

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This is key information actually.

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It serves as bait for spare parts or after market cables. If one is going original:

Then, another “maneuver” here and there – materials-wise (B.O.M.) – and there comes the MSRP at Drop. No miracles.

In addition, from their post:

This means the transducer in the HD 8XX is unique, it’s a new ring driver.

My “speculation-meter” is so high at this point that I’m starting to wonder if the driver membrane itself is made of the same material. :thinking:

Time will tell though.

Cheers. :beers:

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I don’t think anyone took offense.

On topic: Sennheiser’s Ambeo division has partnered up with 3D printing company Formlabs to print custom-fitting earbud tips.
The plan is for buyers to create a scan of their ears using their phone’s camera, then send the scans to Sennheiser. It will then use the Form 3B, an industrial-grade 3D printer “optimized for biocompatible materials,” to print a set of ear tips that perfectly fits that person’s ears.

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That is the emptiest pr puff piece I’ve seen in a while.

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