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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.213 x 7.559 x 4.016"|
|Package Weight||1.85 lb|
|Pick-up Pattern||Dual omnidirectional microphone (2 mic beamforming array)|
|Sensitivity||As Per 121 TR 9-5: -44 dB V/Pa (1 kHz)|
|Frequency Response||Microphone Wideband: 100 Hz to 8 kHz
Microphone Narrowband: 300 Hz to 3.4 kHz
|Impedance||Passive: 28 ohms
Active: 480 ohms
|Frequency Response||Headphones: 16 Hz to 22 kHz|
|Contact Pressure||Approximately 3.6 N|
|Connector||1/8" (3.5 mm) right angled jack|
|Cable Length||4.6' (1.4 m) detachable|
|Attenuation||Up to 25 dB|
|Charging Time||Approximately 3 hours|
|Operating Time||22 hours (HFP + ANC)|
|Battery||Rechargeable Lithium-ion Polymer (600 mAh)|
|Ambient Noise Compensation||NoiseGard Hybrid technology with 4 pick-up microphones|
|Dimensions||Not listed by manufacturer|
|Weight||Not listed by manufacturer|
|Supported Profiles||A2DP + AVRCP + HSP + HFP|
|Bluetooth Version||Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR|
While it may be a bit overpriced, the Momentum 2.0 Wireless is an excellent and well-designed Bluetooth headphone with active noise-cancellation that also offers strong wired performance.
The Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless is a well-designed, sturdy headphone, that folds up for more compact storage and features excellent sound over Bluetooth, as well as over a wired connection.
Expensive; like the Beats Studio Wireless, you can't turn noise-cancellation off (it's always on when you use Bluetooth).
Though priced to peel away the timid, there’s no doubt Sennheiser’s new Momentum Wireless are a stellar pair of wireless cans, offering class-leading performance in the genre. There are a few things we’d change — namely the very hefty bass and equally hefty price tag – but the price is bound to come...
Excellent detail, Vast, dimensional soundstage, Near-flawless wireless performance, Impressive battery life, Stylish
Very pricey, Echo effect on phone calls, Noise cancellation just so-so, Bass is heavy on occasion
The Sennheiser Momentum Wireless is a pair of Bluetooth headphones with active noise cancellation and a sculpted, bass-forward sound signature.
Powerful audio performance with intense bass response and sculpted high-mids and highs. Active noise cancellation in addition to Bluetooth audio. Can be used passively in wired mode.
Very expensive. Noise cancellation is good, but not great.
You get what you pay for: The $499 Sennheiser Momentum Wireless headphones are nearly perfect. The design is timeless, albeit a tad understated, and the rich audio with the spacious soundstage is trademark Sennheiser. I also appreciated the quick wireless setup and the intuitive controls.
Rich, crystal-clear audio, Attractive, sturdy design with premium materials, Good active noise cancelling, Easy-to-use wireless controls
The Sennheiser MOMENTUM Wireless adds Bluetooth connectivity to a great pair of headphones and gets even better in the process.
Excellent sound quality, Very effective noise cancellation
Lacking in the onboard controls department
Sennheiser Momentum Wireless Over-Ear is for those who think their music is priceless
While the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless M2 AEBT doesn't sound as good as the passive Momentum models, it does sound better than any other Bluetooth noise canceler I've heard. I'd characterize it as good upper mid-fi when run passive on the wire, and a notch lower with the power on.
There’s a new member of the Sennheiser Momentum family. The Sennheiser Momentum Wireless are Sennheiser’s answer to the Parrot Zik and Samsung Level Over; they’re Bluetooth, have active noise cancelling, and are looking to appeal to fans of higher-end audio.
With an attractive price, the Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear Wireless really ticks a lot of boxes. With its wireless capabilities, inbuilt call functions and Sennheiser Momentum sounds, the MSRP of HK$3,199 is appealing, especially all the extras you get for a few hundred dollars more over its smaller...
Comfortable, stylish, portable and feature-packed. Combine that with excellent sound quality and you have yourself a truly formidable pair of headphones in the Sennheiser Momentum 2 Wireless (M2 AEBT) headphones.
Audiophile quality clear and sharp none of that over bearing base like beats. You can hear the mid range. I've taken these through rock to classical, but my sweet spot is Jazz. Some call them tinny but I find it's because they are expecting that boom boom bass.
Clear accurate sound, well constructed of quality materials.
A bit bulky for travel but worth the space sacrifice
First, I'm not an audiophile, nor do I know a whole lot about headsets to make a thorough review, but I did a lot of research before buying these and compared them to as many as I could.The quality is what stands out the most; from the packaging to all the finishing details.
I've become a big fan of wireless headphones over the years with aptx codec, bluetooth 4.0 technology, and li-ion batteries becoming the standard. This allows more of the battery to be dedicated to driving the headphone rather than maintaining a connection.
- Wireless, Sound Quality, Comfort, Sound Stage, Bass
- Price, ANC Always On
I purchased these Senheiser Momentum Headphones as a Christmas gift for my significant other, and boy am I glad I did. The sound quality is just amazing, particularly if you enjoy a selection of different music genres.
These are the best headphones you can buy, seriously amazing. The sound quality is incredible- with a wide and open soundstage, intense clarity revealing instruments in songs you didn't hear before and the deep and powerful bass.
Won't charge up anymore, only recharged it twice before now usless
Nice lightweight in comparison to other headphones. A bit of pressure around the ears. If you are looking for a review about sound for music it is better you read other reviews as this was not so important to me. I mainly use headphones for talking via Skype, phone and WhatsApp.
I'm not sure I can add more to the many reviews on here which share my opinion clearly. But I do think it's helpful for to explain where I'm coming from in case anyone else is in the same boat. I got into headphones a lot more about 5-6 years ago. I appreciated Bowers & Wilkins a lot more back then.
Amazing sound quality, perfect Bluetooth connectivity, long battery time , easy controls to take calls and other attributes. All i can say its worth every single pound. I have never used better headphones in my life.
I got this a week ago and they are never off, I use them for babble, music, gaming and on the phone.