Celebrating Pink Floyd’s Their Mortal Remains exhibition at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, Sennheiser has designed this special edition of its HD1 Wireless headphones
So what makes these headphones special edition? You will find rainbow-colored stitching on the headband in reference to the band’s own Dark Side Of The Moon album.
Similarly, the engraved Pink Floyd-Triangle and rainbow coating background can be seen on the ear cups.
Last but not least, the company has added a Pink Floyd – ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition name plate.
The HD1 Wireless Special Edition includes the aptX codec while the hybrid active NoiseGard attenuates ambient noise. Conversations are enabled by the built-in VoiceMax microphone.
This special edition is now exclusively available on Sennheiser’s Online Shops and at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. Price is £380.
Steve6th September 2017 at 3:30 pm
Sennheiser appears to be having some real problems producing and delivering this item. I ordered it back when it first became available. Since that time, they have delayed it three times, and recently finally cancelled my order citing some supply chain problems. Who knows if they will ever actually get it out. This was the first time I really wanted to splurge for a high end item from this company and I am completely disappointed in their customer service. To try an appease all the customers that held off on buying other products while waiting over 6 months they offered a pair of wired earbuds which they valued at 3 times their actual retail value. I have still not received those earbuds. This experience has really made me lose faith in this company.
Paul Rigby14th September 2017 at 8:58 am
I’ve asked Sennheiser to respond to this one – awaiting their reply.
vra3rd December 2017 at 11:34 pm
Would love to get them but it seems to be impossible in EU :/
Paul Rigby4th December 2017 at 9:47 am
Had you contacted the company direct Vra?