HS 200 Trend - new Headset from beyerdynamic introduced at AERO EXPO
The audio box to connect an MP3 player or mobile phone was abandoned, because not every pilot wants to phone or listen to some music during a flight. The more successful beyerdynamic became in the Aviation market, the more the demand of these customers grew for a suitable beyerdynamic headset - the HS 200 Trend. With its black design and silver bezels the HS 200 Trend visually differs from the HS 300 Individual. The quality standard, however, is unchanged, which becomes clear when you take this headset in your hands. As is usual, all structural parts are made of metal. The design has been used a thousand times for many professional audio products at beyerdynamic. While other manufacturers are outsourcing to the Far East and accept a loss in quality for a cheaper price, beyerdynamic also produces the new HS 200 Trend in Heilbronn. As with all Aviation headsets a five-year warranty and service is provided. "The success confirms our concept", says David Thimm, manager of the business unit. "Meanwhile we deliver several thousand headsets a year, including to well-known customers such as Diamond Aircraft Industries and Comco Ikarus. The HS 200 Trend will continue this success story.
beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG
With the highest quality demand, beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG in Heilbronn develops and produces in Germany first-class audio products for a constantly increasing number of customers.
The products of the company, which was founded in 1924, became famous all over the world after the Second World War: The E 1000 ribbon microphone, which was specially produced for successful musicians, was used on the Beatles tour in 1966. More and more international and national musicians and bands like Abba, Bob Dylan or Udo Lindenberg used the equipment of beyerdynamic in the seventies and eighties. Many international artists are still successful with beyerdynamic.
Especially in the field of digital wireless conference systems, the audio specialist developed in the last few years exemplary products and new technologies. In 1998 beyerdynamic represented the world innovation: the MCW wireless conference system. Since 2001 beyerdynamic offers as the only manufacturer the first wireless digital conference system in the world.
Today beyerdynamic is divided into five business units to be able to react more flexibly and develop solutions close to the target groups: "Conference & Presentation" (conference systems), "Music & Performance" (microphones, headphones), "Broadcast, Studio, Video & Production" (microphones, headsets), "Consumer Products" (mobile and high end headphones) and "Aviation" (products for aircrafts).