This is your Crew.

Sennheiser will be 75 this year – but our anniversary year is turning out to be very different to what we anticipated. Since January, the corona virus has been completely changing our daily lives. But there’s one thing you can rely on: we will bring you music, Sennheiser stories and unique sound experiences wherever you are.

#dontstopthemusic

Maybe that concert you had been looking forward to for months has been cancelled? Even the best tickets don’t get you close to the music, with public life needing to come to a standstill in so many countries. However, Sennheiser will be providing you with special live experiences to keep the music going: from live streaming to immersive recordings from jazz clubs, electro sets in the living room, live recordings from the studio…
Just put your headphones on and enjoy!
We hope you enjoy what you see and hear. If so, do share the experience with your friends and let’s create some positive vibes together in our virtual venue…

#ThisIsYourSennheiserCrew

Sometimes, life takes an unexpected turn. This is also true for our anniversary year: Since the beginning of the year the corona virus has affected everyday life in more and more countries. For us this means: Instead of many happy meetings with you, our customers and the Sennheiser fans, trade shows and events were canceled, and we had to temporarily close our offices in China. Now, we are taking precautionary measures at our headquarters in Germany, here in the US and further locations. But somehow this situation also binds us together closely with our colleagues all around the world. Because no matter where – at home office, in divided groups at the office or in separated shifts in our production – we still work on creating very special sound experiences and unique moments. For you – wherever you are. #ThisIsYourSennheiserCrew

The best of 75 Years

This month in Sennheiser history – March, 1987:

"I didn't win the award - the microphone did“ – Prof. Dr. Fritz Sennheiser at the 59th Academy Awards after accepting the Scientific and Engineering Award for the Sennheiser MKH816 shotgun microphone in 1987.
Launched in 1975, the MKH816 started out as a microphone that was used in film and TV production, but was mainly utilized by broadcasters for sport events and for outdoor reportage.
The German made directional microphone became popular for capturing isolated sound and voices on set and it got more and more attention from Hollywood’s sound engineers. Soon, the MKH816 became a staple of film audio recording and was eventually recognized by the industry with Scientific and Engineering Award.

This month in Sennheiser history – March, 1987: