You always worry when a respected audio company gives its range of products to a third party. Will this new company maintain the same standards? Will they be able to improve on the already great tech products? In the case of Sennheiser, those worries are completely unfounded. Giving the consumer range to Sonova AG to handle turned out to be a good move. Why shouldn’t you be worried about it? For starters, the same team of engineers and professionals that built the Momentum range now work for Sonova AG. Still not sure that the quality will be there? Well, the new Momentum 4 Wireless headset should calm any fears that may remain.
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The new over-the-ear headphones are set to launch in August. The new gear builds on the success of the Momentum 3, adding a few features that Sennheiser says will “raise the bar even higher, with best-in-class sound, advanced Adaptive Noise Cancellation and an all-new design offering exceptional comfort.” At the base of the headphones and earphones is Sennheiser’s Signature Sound. This sound comes via the 42mm transducer system, which delivers high-fidelity sound with excellent dynamics and clarity. The headphones also feature a slight angle toward the front, which creates a more natural sound.
The headphones also have microphones that have been optimized for phone calls as well as access to voice assistants. The headphones come with a lightweight design so you can feel comfortable wearing them for longer periods. The ear pads are made of synthetic leather for both comfort and a premium look. Finally, the Momentum 4 Wireless headphones offer multiple customizations so you can dial in on the exact sound you want.
While we do know that the new Momentum 4 Wireless headphones will be available in August, what we don’t know is what they will retail for. The Momentum 3 headphones came in at $400, so you can probably assume that there will be a similar price.