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Sennheiser Wireless Momentum Headphones Review

March 15, 2016

Talking about my new favorite toy, the Sennheiser Wireless Momentum Headphones. Oh how long we have waited for such a full spectrum headphone that sounds great, blocks noise and is wireless. I couldn’t ask for a more perfect union.

Looking at these headphones from a pure design perspective, the Momentum 2.0 Wireless are as desirable as ever. At first glance, they appear similar to the first generation, sporting an all-leather headband and elegantly sculpted earcups on adjustable stainless-steel rails only thicker.

Look even closer though, and you’ll notice there have been some minor tweaks. The frame is now collapsible, allowing them to fold down for better portability, while the earcups are a little bigger to ensure a better over-ear fit.

The soft leather earpads are thicker too, making them even comfier than before. We have worn them for hours at a time without feeling the need to remove or adjust them, and our ears have never become overly warm during use nor does everyone else in the room listen to what your playing.

Obviously the headline features of this model over the standard Momentum 2.0 are aptX Bluetooth and active noise cancellation, both of which make their debut here with excellent results. 

To summarize, I couldn’t be happier with my current purchase. The Momentums are a true performer in every category. But don’t just take my word for it, come by today and have a listen to your favorite track and these rare beauties.

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