Sennheiser MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless Neckband

Sennheiser MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless Neckband

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Known for stability and reliable connectivity, wireless neckband earphones are a great choice for listeners on the move. Leading the way is the MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless Neckband from Sennheiser Read More

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2445
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Jun 9, 2020
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LordSmashington
86
Jun 11, 2020
I had the HD1 model of this neckband. It was an absolute beast for 5 years strong. This year the BT connectivity completely shit out on me. The buds never lost sound or cracked, very full bass in these, it's actually surprising. They aren't neutral or audiophile to say the least. They are more in that fun/Beats category. I would love to see them have BT5.0 in these.
Tvill
1
Jun 10, 2020
Let me save you some money... I own these, have for several years. They're terrible. Move along. (Wayyy too much bass, shrill treble, no mids, bt static noise.)
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Evshrug
2206
Aug 3, 2020
This is my go-to headphone choice when going for a walk or bike ride, or if I need a hands-Free set in the car. AptX and AAC are perfect for this headset and it’s intended use. I just keep coming back to these for those purposes, even over the three true wireless IEMs I have in the house, for about two years now. I find every single one of your comments to be hyperbolic statements. The bass is Consumer strong, but not as v-shaped as many other bluetooth sets at this price. Different people will have different thresholds for when they feel treble passes into the territory of shrill: they aren’t in that territory for me (like certain other headphones), but then I wear all IEMs for less than an hour at a time (I’ve only listened to this one over an hour on a phone call that’s gone on for an epic saga). “No mids” is patently a joke, they’re a bit recessed but not even as much or weird-timbred like a HiFiman HE-400 (HE-400i might be less recessed, but it still sounds more “off” in timbre than this set). I hear a little “clip” when the IEM powers on, but the hiss is well below average for bluetooth headsets and barely noticeable if you’re listening for it. I would prefer a bit more of a gentle u-shaped emphasis, and in the house or for long term listening I would pick something else. But for walking outside I think IEMs and headphones need a little extra bass emphasis, and these have been really convenient.
Tvill
1
Aug 4, 2020
Well to each his own, I suppose. From the moment I put these on, to... well today, I've disliked this set. There's consumer tuning, and then there's simply incorrect, and I lean towards thinking these are the latter. Haven't tried the Hifimans, but it's hard to compare over ears and in ears. Especially a planar vs DD. Galaxy buds can be had for ~110$, a much better option imo. But again, just my opinions here...I've gone through my fair share of headphones, and regret buying these. Wish someone would've said "Sennheiser doesn't mean always good" and pointed me in another direction.
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hiilari
69
Jun 9, 2020
For practically same price there is Phiaton BT 100 NC with very similar specs: neckband, dynamic driver, apt-x but no HD or LDAC, but Phiaton adds active noise canceling. It's not very effective but I use mine quite a bit still, with and without NC. My Phiaton is about to go bust due to years of heavy use, so now to figure out should I get a new one or this Sennheiser. In general I'm puzzled why neckband design isn't more common. Other than gym etc. use I think neckband is great.
khevly
0
Jun 9, 2020
Do the earbuds retract?
86jarrod
0
Jun 10, 2020
Hakkamike
2
Jun 9, 2020
Hi, can this be shipped to Singapore? cant' seem to check out.
Evshrug
2206
Jun 9, 2020
Just to mention, I use this all the time for hands-free calls. The Sennheiser mic is pretty nice, and it's positioned more forward than you would get with most wireless headphones or true wireless IEMs. The battery lasts pretty long when no music is playing, which I would do because the neckband actually vibrates when you get a call. So if you don't have your phone on you and the earpieces dangling, you'll still know when you get a call, and you can press a button on the neckband to answer right away.
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