Sennheiser is taking portable sound to new heights thanks to Momentum Free – their most compact Bluetooth headphones to date.
Momentum Free offers pure precision in both sound and design. The headphones feature custom machined stainless steel in-ear sound tunnels with chrome accents that channel music from its dynamic speaker system directly into the ear for lossless sound quality. This superior acoustic precision satisfies the essential requirements of Momentum’s sound – powerful bass response, detailed vocal projection and a great soundstage.
Built for street-smart stylishness, the sturdy headphones are well-conceived down to the smallest detail and are even magnetic so you can elegantly join them together and wear them comfortably around your neck when they are not in use. Or you can stow Momentum Free in its premium leather carry case.
Momentum Free features Bluetooth 4.2, AAC codec support and Qualcomm apt-X support. Together they ensure crystal clear wireless transmission in true hi-fi sound. Also, apt-X Low Latency keeps audio perfectly in sync with the visuals. It’s a lot of powerful tech packed into an impressively small space.
You can expect to find all the modern amenities such as placing phone calls and controlling music via the 3-button remote and high-quality in-line microphone that’s located between the earpieces. For ultimate convenience, you can multi-connect with up to 2 devices at once and place 3-way calls. An intuitive system of voice prompts detail pairing and battery status.
Sennheiser understands that every ear is unique and includes 4 different size ear adapters to ensure a snug and secure fit while blocking ambient noise. The battery lasts for 6 hours and is charged via the supplied USB cable. The battery life is not as long as some but when you consider the size of the headphones and Sennheiser’s competitive pricing you can easily let this slide.
Sennheiser Momentum Free headphones will be available early October 2017. Be sure to read up on the other big wireless in-ear announcements from the past week including Jaybird’s and B&O Play’s first foray into wireless, plus Fitbit’s first ever headphones.