03.11.2008 - Copenhagen
Sennheiser Communications´ MM 50 Nokia headset for a new generation of mobile users
Copenhagen, November 2008 - According to recent trends, mobile use is shifting.
More and more users demand that their mobiles are on-the-go entertainment
centers combining music, video, calls and games. The new MM 50 Nokia headset
from Sennheiser Communications has been designed with this in mind.
Incorporating Sennheiser’s pro music
expertise, the MM 50 Nokia offers users great
sound and call quality, and simple controls.
The new headset gives music and video the
sound it deserves – enabling Nokia phones to
really perform as fully mobile entertainment
centers. This meets a growing trend among
consumers - as identified by Sennheiser
Communications – for rich entertainment
wherever they are.
Guido Karbautzki at Sennheiser Communications, comments, “Our MM 50 Nokia is
designed for people who want to use their phones as mobile entertainment centers.
And it still delivers excellent call quality. It’s ideal for a new generation of mobile
users who expect their phones to do it all.”
The MM 50 Nokia is comfortable to wear and easy to use – simply plug the 3.5mm
stereo jack into the phone’s socket. Users choose between three ear sleeves to
ensure they get the best fit, and a slim in-line microphone on a detachable cable
makes switching between music and calls a breeze.
Following the success of the MM 50 headset for iPhones, the MM 50 Nokia seems
set to become the number 1 choice for Nokia users. Launched in November, it will
be available online or from retailers.
For more information
For more information or to arrange an interview, please contact:
Sennheiser Communications A/S
Head of Sales & Marketing
2680 Solrød Strand
Phone +45 5618 0000
Fax +45 5618 0099
About Sennheiser Communications
Sennheiser Communications is the result of a joint venture between the electro acoustics
specialist Sennheiser Electronic GmbH & Co. KG, and the hearing healthcare specialist
William Demant Holding Group. Decades of experience in pro music and hearing healthcare
have helped the five-year-old company produce award-winning, innovative headsets.