Artists such as DJ BoBo, Gotthard, Bastian Baker and Marc Sway all trust our microphones to give the best rendering of their voices. Live TV events such as “Aida on the Rhine”, “La Boheme in the suburbs of Bern” and “La Traviata in Zurich main station”, plus major film, radio and theatre productions in Switzerland, owe their excellent sound to our technology. We also make a special point to focus not only on chart-topping artists, but also to support recently discovered talents from all musical genres.
As well as Sennheiser microphones and headphones we also distribute premium audio brand products such as Neumann microphones, FOHHN and KÖNIG & MEYER. The markets we serve are Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Sennheiser is the leading audio brand in Switzerland. Formed through the acquisition of Bleuel Electronic AG we have more than 70 years’ experience and have won numerous Swiss awards.
We have over 40 employees in Switzerland and Liechtenstein who work to meet the highest standards of perfect sound in keeping with the customer’s individual needs. We love engaging with our customers directly: via our excellent application service team on the phone, or on location at concerts, audio productions and consumer events. Only with this direct and frequent contact can we ensure that we continue to learn about our customer’s true demands and live up to our vision of offering outstanding sound performance to meet all individual requirements.
Today Sennheiser employs more than 2,100 people in over 90 countries. Our global headquarters is located in Wennebostel, Germany, a small village close to the northern German city of Hanover. Our Wennebostel production facilities meet the highest technical standards in the production of microphones, wireless transmission technology, conference and TourGuide systems, aviation headsets, high quality headphones and headphone transducers and monitor systems.
Sennheiser (Schweiz) AG was formed through the acquisition of Swiss company Bleuel electronic AG in 2012. We have found a home in Zurich, Switzerland’s largest city. Zurich is famous for its lakeside location and green, densely wooded chain of hills running through the city from north to south.