Sennheiser extends reasons to cherish, announces attractive offers during the Amazon Great Indian Festive Sale 2021

Kickstarting the festive season with attractive offers, Sennheiser, a German audio giant, today announced discounts up to 60% across its extensive range of consumer audio and pro audio products at the ongoing Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale. Offering reasons for music lovers to cherish, the festive season sale extends customers an exciting opportunity to purchase Sennheiser products at an irresistible price. The six-day sale available till 10th October 2021 will offer consumers to avail exciting offers on Sennheiser’s best-selling products such as MTW-2, legendary HD 25 headphones amongst others.

Meticulously crafted to deliver the best listening experience ergonomics designed for full day wearing, the Sennheiser’s flagship MTW-2 true wireless earphones (Black) are available for purchase at INR 17,990 and CX 400BT (Black and White) at INR 8,990. Customers can purchase Sennheiser CX 120BT at an exciting price of INR 1,790 and HD 250BT at INR 3,990. The PXC 550-II headphones will be available for sale at INR 17,990 whereas HD 450SE headphones are available at half its price for INR 7,490. Additionally, customers can now buy the HD 599 special edition headphones at an attractive price of INR 8,990 and HD 650 for INR 22,495

Acknowledged and considered to be the “Industry Standard” for DJs, the legendary HD 25 headphones are available at never seen before price of INR 8,499. Built to guarantee a precise acoustic overview for live performances, the Sennheiser IE 100 Pro is available for sale at INR 8,499. Ideal for vlogging, wedding filmers and mobile journalism, the MKE 400 directional compact shotgun microphone is now available at an irresistible price of INR 14,999. Additionally, customers can now get their hands on the Sennheiser XS Lav USB-C Mobile Kit for INR 7,499.

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About Sennheiser:

Founded in 1945, Sennheiser is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. Shaping the future of audio and creating unique sound experiences for customers – this aim unites Sennheiser employees and partners worldwide. The independent family company, which is managed in the third generation by Dr. Andreas Sennheiser and Daniel Sennheiser, is today one of the world’s leading manufacturers of headphones, loudspeakers, microphones, and wireless transmission systems. In 2019, the Sennheiser Group generated a turnover totalling €756.7 million.

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