Sherwood have been a big name in home audio since the 1950′s and currently rank among the best-selling hifi companies in the United States. It was only a matter of time before they released a hi-end earphone for the growing portable audio market. The SE-777 is a single ultra-wide balanced armature design which weighs in at a respectable 53 ohms for the paltry sum of 79$ USD. Equally newsworthy is that SoundCAT and Uncle Wilsons, two of Asia’s premier audio distributors, have secured exclusive distribution rights for it. SoundCAT have been on the cutting edge of custom and consumer audio since their founding and are continually moving forward in both segments. TMA recently did an exclusive article on SoundCAT’s business which will interest the audiophile and music lover.
TMA will be providing an in-depth review of the earphones in the near future, so keep an eye out in our headphone news and reviews section for this new entry.
UPDATE: TMA’s review of the Sherwood SE-777 is up. Spoiler: it’s a good one!
Spec, pictures and more info after the gap:
- Type: Balanced Armature
- Frequency Response: 20Hz ~ 20,000 Hz
- Noise Isolation: 26 dB
- Impedance: 53 ohm
- Input Sensitivity: 105 dBl SPL @ 1kHz
- Cable Length: 1,2 metre
- Weight: 31 gramme
- Connector type: 3,5 mm stereo
- Tip: Small, medium, and large Silicon Tip
More information and pictures after the gap:
Full spec, company history, and buying information can be found at SoundCAT’s Sherwood SE-777 webpage.