TechGadgetsReview: Sennheiser MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless headset

Review: Sennheiser MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless headset


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Here is the review of the Sennheiser MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless headset which combines sleek design, immaculate sound performance and take-anywhere mobility. The neckband headset is made of high-quality materials, offers exceptional hi-fi wireless sound assured by Bluetooth 4.1 and Qualcomm apt-X.

With NFC for simple one-touch pairing, an integrated microphone, and a ten-hour battery life, it is the perfect companion to mobile devices.

Easy to use

Momentum in Ear Wireless has a soft sheepskin cap attached to the neckline and feels really comfortable. On the left side are all function buttons: a three-button remote control, an on/off button, and a handsfree microphone. The use is simple and the buttons are fast. In the right part of the bracket, the battery is placed.

Also, you get a battery that delivers 10 hours of interception and is fast-charging via USB in 1.5 hours. A good and tight fit is as in all the ear-fools essential and silicone plugs in four different sizes are included.

The connection is via a traditional Bluetooth search or via NFC. With the Momentum, In-Ear Wireless is apt-x compatibility and the sound is clear but still full of details. It sounds neat, clean and well-articulated with both precision and dynamics.

Type: Wireless in ear, dynamic
Connection: Bluetooth (4.1) nfc.
Frequency Range: 15Hz – 22,000Hz
Sensitivity: 112 dB
Sensitivity: -44 dB
Handsfree function: Yes
Battery life: About 10 hours

A Closer look at the Sennheiser MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless headset buds

Quality costs, so even in this case, for the sum of £169.99 or Amazon, for that sum you get a pair of good-looking headphones that, besides sitting well, also deliver an amazing battery life.


Easy operation
Good sound
Battery Life and fit


Wish the earbuds was magnetic so could stick together

Chris Hare
Chris Hare
A True Tech Geek at Heart, I Started my life of being a Tech Geek at the age of 5 with the BBC Micro. Went on through most of Nintendo stuff and now a Xbox and PlayStation fan. I also leaked the information about the leaked Hotmail passwords story from October 2009 that went World Wide. I Started writing tech articles at the beginning of 2011, most of my articles are about Android phones and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and other gaming news. When Chris has free time its with the family.

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