These Sennheiser IE 100 Pro In-Ear Monitors allow musicians to monitor their live performance with precision - no matter how lively the crowd gets. Hear every detail across a wide frequency range. From deep lows to bright highs, two 10mm dynamic broadcast transducers deliver a flawless mix, giving you a rich listening experience on stage.
No unwanted background noise. Just clear, consistent sound for performers who need it most. Whether you've got the volume turned low or cranked to the max, IE 100 Pros won't distort or lose quality. The dynamic driver system reduces acoustic stress factors, so no matter what genre of music you play, you'll always get the best mix possible.
Exceptional sound needs exceptional comfort to match. That's why IE 100 Pros have been built with a lightweight, slim earpiece design. Listen for hours without stress or strain. A range of included foam and silicone eartips allow for optimal fit, whilst the over-the-ear cable keeps everything secure.
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When you’re on stage, you need to hear exactly what your audience is listening to. That’s why IE 100 Pros have been designed to deliver even more precision and sonic clarity than their predecessors. Thanks to a specially built diaphragm, the frequency range does not have to be split up into sections. That means harmonious, well-rounded sound from 20 – 18000Hz – all without dissonance and phase problems getting in the way.
Live performances can be tough. So you need IEMs that are up to the challenge. IE 100 Pros are as reliable as they are practical. Alongside a robust earpiece construction, the cable has been redesigned with a new internal duct. It’s capable of withstanding high stresses, so even when you’re performing with passion, you’ve got a monitor system that works hard - night after night.
Music lovers deserve great sound wherever they are. With IE 100 Pros, you’ve got professional sound at home as well as on stage. From late night listening sessions to days when you’re out on the move, your in-ear monitors work flawlessly with mobile and playback devices. You’ll get exactly the same sound isolation and comfort as when you’re performing.
"I am often asked by bands and artists that are thinking about IEMs but don’t want to shell out the best part of a grand for something they may not like or can’t get used to. The simple answer has always been 'you get what you pay for', but that might be about to change." headliner magazine