Before we get into the details of this product, we need to talk about those who made it, as that’s a little confusing.
EPOS is part of the Demant Group, described on its website as ‘a world-leading audio and hearing technology group’, but how does that relate to Sennheiser?
EPOS was a business segment of a joint venture between Sennheiser Communications, Sennheiser Electronic GmbH & Co. KG and Demant A/S, and they all decided that these parts should evolve independently.
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