CEntrance said its Cerene dB Headphones sound natural and transparent, yet deliver a full spectrum of audiophile sound.
CEntrance said in researching the new headphones it learned that light weight and comfort for long listening sessions, protection from external noise and pristine sound quality are all very important.
At the same time, the company said, users want headphones that are affordable. All of these factors combine to create the new Cerene dB headphones. These comfortable headphones feature leather ear pads and a padded headband for long listening sessions.
Large dynamic drivers offer precise bass and clear highs. The sonic footprint has been carefully optimized to achieve a truthful, transparent presentation, with wide sound stage and confident delivery.
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