Sennheiser to provide audio system for latest Morgan Plus models

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Under a newly formed partnership, the Morgan Motor Company will work with audio brand Sennheiser to deliver a new audio system for Morgan’s latest Plus Four and Plus Six vehicle models.

The new high-performing sound system is said to provide interior occupants with an enveloping sound and excellent audio quality.

Lightweight by design, Sennheiser’s sound system will be integrated into the Morgan models and features the AMBEO Contrabass algorithm, a sound solution that delivers a unique bass response for definition, punch and depth while keeping the system compact and efficient.

The Sennheiser system consists of eight transducers, four traditional door speakers and four invisible speakers placed behind the vehicle’s dashboard and lower compartment panel for bass reproduction. The system’s transducers are controlled by a new amplifier with a dedicated DSP, powered by Sennheiser’s audio processing software.

The polished satin speaker grilles draw design inspiration from the Morgan louvres which are stamped into each hood of Plus models. The new system will be available on all Morgan Plus models from January 2023, in addition to an updated interior with more options for personalization.

“The introduction of revolutionary new audio, thanks to the expert team at Sennheiser, delivers on our promise to continually evolve our products, introducing the latest technology throughout,” said Massimo Fumarola, CEO, Morgan Motor Company. “We are excited to partner with Sennheiser and look forward to continuing our partnership.”

“Our unique technology, and the skill and expertise of our team working alongside the incredible team at Morgan has made it possible for an open-top sports car to have a sound system that delivers on every level,” explained Dr Andreas Sennheiser, joint CEO, Sennheiser. “This is an exciting collaboration between two historic firms that results in unique products of exceptional sound quality, design, and craftsmanship.”

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