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SENNHEISER Momentum 2.0 Wireless with Active Noise Cancellation- Black
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless, Wired|
|Model Name||Momentum 2.0|
|Form Factor||Over Ear|
About this item
- Noise Gard hybrid active noise cancellation blocks ambient noise using 4 microphones for ultimate isolation to dramatically improve sound quality in noisy environments. Connectivity Technology: Wireless
- 22 hour battery life with both Bluetooth and Noise Gard activated to ensure performance during long commutes or plane flights
- Technology uses 2 built in microphones working seamlessly to improve voice quality and remove external noise during phone calls
- 2-year warranty when purchased from an authorized Sennheiser dealer. Very important please note: Detachable cable must be inserted into headphone until it "clicks" and twisted clockwise (to the right) to lock the cable in place
- Its especially low profile was optimized for the use on mobile devices. Fitted with jack plugs on both ends, the cable is completely detachable and can be replaced if necessary
- Connectivity technology: Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Wired
- Frequency Response 16 Hz to 22000 Hz, Impedance passive 28 ohm and active 480 ohm
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Sennheiser is shaping the Future of Audio – a vision built on a 70-year history of innovation and a continued drive for excellence that is woven into our company’s DNA and culture. Around the world, our employees share this passion in the pursuit of the perfect sound, creating products that exceed expectations and set new benchmarks in audio.
Meet the Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless
Momentum 2.0 Wireless is part of the all new, second generation Momentum headset family. Bluetooth technology frees you from wires while new NoiseGard hybrid active noise cancellation virtually eliminates unwanted ambient sound further enhancing the audio experience. New, slightly larger ear cups using ergonomically designed, leather covered memory foam cushions provide extreme comfort for long listening sessions. The new folding headband features hidden hinges providing improved portability. Momentum 2.0 Wireless lets you experience crystal-clear Momentum sound without being attached to a cable.
- Did you know? Momentum 2.0 Wireless incorporates apt-X codec, delivering CD-quality audio when connected to an Bluetooth apt-X-enabled device.
- Momentum 2.0 Wireless works with all Bluetooth enabled mobile smartphone devices, tablets and computers.
Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, touch control, voice prompts, 3-way calling and multi-connectivity.
Near Field Communication (NFC) provides effortless 'at a touch' Bluetooth pairing with any NFC-enabled device.
Stainless steel headband and leather covered ear cushions deliver style and durability to the iconic design.
Compact design is easy to collapse, store and take with you in the supplied soft case.
Hybrid active noise cancellation virtually eliminates unwanted ambient sound.
Dual built-in microphones dynamically cancel out external noise for perfect speech intelligibility.
Connect up to 2 devices simultaneously (phones and computers) and up to 8 devices in the pairing list.
Long Listening Sessions
22 hour battery life with Bluetooth and Active Noise Cancellation in use.
|Momentum 2.0 Wireless||Momentum 2.0 On-Ear Wireless||Momentum 2.0||Momentum 2.0 On-Ear|
|Ear Coupling||Around Ear||On Ear||Around Ear||On Ear|
|Transducer Principle||Dynamic, Closed-back||Dynamic, Closed-back||Dynamic, Closed-back||Dynamic, Closed-back|
|Frequency Response||16Hz – 22kHz||16Hz – 22kHz||16Hz – 22kHz||16Hz – 22kHz|
|Sound Pressure Level (SPL)||113 dB (Passive: 1 kHz/1 Vrms)||111 dB (Passive: 1 kHz/1 Vrms)||112dB (1 kHz/1 Vrms)||113dB (1 kHz/1 Vrms)|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||<0.5% (1 kHz, 100 dB SPL)||<0.5% (1 kHz, 100 dB SPL)||<0.5% (1 kHz, 100 dB SPL)||<0.5% (1 kHz, 100 dB SPL)|
|Volume Control||Earcup control when Bluetooth connected||Earcup control when Bluetooth connected||Smart In-line Remote||Smart In-line Remote|
|Microphone Type||Dual omni-directional microphone (2 mic beam forming array)||Dual omni-directional microphone (2 mic beam forming array)||In-line Omni-directional||In-line Omni-directional|
|Cable / Connector||1.4m (Detachable) / 3.5mm Angled||1.4m (Detachable) / 3.5mm Angled||1.4m (Detachable) / 3.5mm Angled||1.4m (Detachable) / 3.5mm Angled|
|Weight||260g (9.17 oz)||210g (7.4 oz)||220g (7.76 oz)||172g (6.06 oz)|
|In the Box||Momentum 2.0 Wireless Headphones / 1.4 m Audio Cable / 3.5 mm Low-profile Angled Plug / USB Charging Cable / In-flight Adapter / Carry Case / Manuals||Momentum 2.0 On-Ear Wireless Headphones / 1.4 m Audio Cable / 3.5 mm Low-profile Angled Plug / USB Charging Cable / In-flight Adapter / Carry Case / Manuals||Momentum 2.0 Headphones / RCA M2 Cable: 1.4m Cable with Integrated Smart Remote and Microphone / 3.5 mm Straight Plug / Carry Case / Manuals||Momentum 2.0 On-Ear Headphones / RCA M2 Cable: 1.4m Cable with Integrated Smart Remote and Microphone / 3.5 mm Straight Plug / Carry Case / Manuals|
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|Sold By||Class Value||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||AnkerDirect||Amazon.com|
|Headphones Form Factor||Over Ear||Over Ear||Over Ear||Over Ear||Over Ear||Over Ear|
|Item Dimensions||7.4 x 4 x 9.9 inches||9.09 x 7.6 x 4.09 inches||13.8 x 10.8 x 5.9 inches||7.27 x 3.03 x 9.94 inches||7.68 x 7.09 x 3.07 inches||2 x 6.5 x 8 inches|
|Item Weight||2.00 lbs||0.67 lbs||1.76 lbs||0.56 lbs||0.58 lbs||0.55 lbs|
|Special Features||noise-cancellation||Noise Cancellation, Foldable, Microphone Feature, Universal Phone Control, Volume-Control||Noise Cancellation, Volume-Control||Noise Cancellation||Noise-Canceling, wireless||Noise Cancellation, Microphone Feature, Water Resistant, Volume-Control|
The new Sennheiser Momentum Wireless lets you experience crystal clear Momentum sound without being attached to a cable. This high resolution headset sets the benchmark for performance, style and comfort in the wireless headphone category. Bluetooth technology is integrated with engineering expertise to ensure Momentum signature sound remains intact. Near Field Communication (NFC) is provided for effortless “at a touch” Bluetooth pairing with any NFC enabled device. Further enhancing the audio experience is Noise Gard hybrid active noise cancellation that virtually eliminates unwanted ambient sound. Your voice will sound crystal clear during phone calls thanks to Voice Max; dual built in microphones that dynamically cancel out external interference for perfect speech intelligibility. Momentum Wireless features an iconic design using premium materials like stainless steel and real leather. New, slightly larger ear cups using ergonomically designed, memory foam cushions provide extreme comfort for long listening sessions. The stainless steel headband is now foldable for easy and compact storage in the supplied premium carry case. You can enjoy Momentum Wireless everywhere!
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N O I S E C A N C E L L A T I O N
BOSE: These have the best noise cancellation by far. One of the tests I did was to turn on a vacuum cleaner beside me and listen to the differences. Bose’s ability to cancel the sound is quite amazing. All that was left was a whisper. I also turned on the dryer in an adjoining room. With the Bose, all that I heard was the click of the buttons on the drum.
SENN: The Senns do a pretty good job of canceling sound. What’s left from the vacuum test contains more mid-range noise than with the Bose. The annoyance factor is cut way down, but Sennheiser is clearly not trying to equal Bose in this regard. With the dryer test, I could still hear the machine, though greatly reduced, and the quiet sound of the clothes.
SONY: The Sonys are about equal to the Senns in the vacuum test, but the spectrum of what’s left is different: Whereas the Senns let pass a fairly neutral midrange, the Sonys pass a smaller spectrum focused in the high-midrange. They bested the Senns in the dryer test, almost equalling the Bose: Most of the machine sound was gone, but more of the upper-mid sounds of the clothes remained.
VERDICT: For cancellation the Bose are the clear winners. The Senns are the weakest in this regard, and the Sonys about in between. One thing must be noted here: Only the Sonys have the capability of running Bluetooth without NC. This is an advantage in that NC causes a slight amount of hiss — and the Sony’s hiss is just slightly more apparent than that of the other two to these old ears. Turning off NC does not otherwise affect the sound.
S O U N D Q U A L I T Y
BOSE: Of the three, the Bose offer the least pleasing sound — which is not to say that it’s bad. The sound is very clear and tight, but it’s also kind of brittle — a little too pristine and bright. In passive wired mode, this effect is mitigated and the sound is somewhat warmer.
SENN: Here is where the Sennheisers excel. Of the three, these sound the most like an audiophile headset. Whereas the other two tend to flatten the sound, the Senns have a lovely transparency. They have the richest spectrum, such that you can really hear the subtle raspy timbre of a voice or the expressive nuance of a bass tone. The sound is even slightly more luscious in passive wired mode.
SONY: The Sonys fall about in the middle between the two, although this may be a matter of taste. They offer a truly beautiful, warm sound — clear like the Bose but without the brittleness; warm like the Senns but with less detail. In passive wired mode, the tendency toward a bass-forward EQ is accentuated.
VERDICT: If sound quality is the most important factor, then the Bose are not in the running as far as Bluetooth performance is concerned: the other two are a significant notch above. Those who prefer a transparent, detailed sound will prefer the Senns. Those who prefer a warm, focused, bass-forward sound will prefer the Sonys. If wired mode will be a significant use, then the Bose can be considered at least in the same league, with the Senns setting the standard.
L O O K & F E E L
BOSE: A nice feature is the pivoting earpieces, which make them the most comfortable to hang around the neck. These headphones put the least pressure on the head, and the pads are very comfortable. All controls are on the right ear. The on/off/pair button is well-designed and satisfying. The Silicon-Valley Generic voice gives a percentage of charge on boot-up.
SENN: These have a kind of vintage look to them. They offer a bit more pressure on the head than do the Bose, but the leather pads are luxurious. The volume/pause/skip button is an elegant design feature. The voice on boot-up does not give a charge percentage, but the lovely British accent almost makes up for it.
SONY: These are some sharp-looking pieces! I got the teal-colored ones and they’re stunning. Pause/skip and volume are nicely separated on the right side, with on/off/pair on the left. They provide the most pressure on the head, with nicely-finished pads. The boot-up voice gives a high/medium/low accounting of charge. While not as sensuous as the Senn’s Brit, the Sony’s Midwest Professional voice is more refined than the Bose’s.
VERDICT: The Bose are the most comfortable, the Senns have the most elegant volume/pause/skip control, and the Sonys are by far most fun as a fashion accessory.
S U M M A R Y
These are all well-designed headphones. Not one of them is better in every way; rather each offers a solution that makes different trade-offs. The Bose favor NC. The Senns favor sound quality. The Sonys offer a kind of compromise between these two, while adding the NC-off option and a fashion-forward look. You can’t go wrong with any of them, but the optimum choice will depend on the user’s priorities.
S P E C I A L N O T E T O M U S I C I A N S
The third test I did was to play soprano & tenor saxophone with NC on and no incoming audio, as one of my intended uses is to cut a few dBs off the volume while practicing. All three headsets function better in this regard than do custom in-ear passive hearing protectors, as the ear canal is not blocked. The Senns let through the most natural sound by far. The Sonys are a slightly better at reducing the highs, but the resulting sound is a bit hard-edged. The Bose cut down the overall dBs the most, but the result is a downright tinny sound.
Recently, the charging port started coming loose. Again, they've never been dropped or mishandled in any way.
I can't even get in touch with the company about this, since my warranty is just barely expired. And looking at the manufacturer's website, I can't even get the headphones repaired normally due to "a high demand and inventory shortage" for this product, which is actively available in large quantities at every retailer in the US.
Instead, their website just shows this:
***** We are currently experiencing a high demand, and an
inventory shortage of our BT Momentum 2 and HD1 products.
This issue only effects the AE and OE models. Please call
our Service Administration team at 1-877-736-6434 for an
update on availability, as well as instructions for
returning your product under warranty, or for the Flat Rate
service fee. We apologize for any inconvenience this may
A bit more digging, and it turns out the "flat rate service fee" is their out-of-warranty repair charge. It's the same for literally everyone, from an at-fault person who dropped theirs into a pool or shattered them into pieces, to me, a person whose headphones are useless due to a part suddenly malfunctioning.
This fee would also be around $175. $100 less than I paid for the brand new headphones two years ago. This fee would make sense for someone who totaled their headphones at-fault, but charging that much money for a simple malfunction (for which the company is absolutely at fault, since a USB port should be able to handle being charged) of a $3 part is beyond greedy - it's absurd.
I paid $275 for these headphones and used them maybe fifty times before they broke. That's completely unacceptable; put a little more pride in your product, and work on your customer service.
Update: Bluetooth stopped functioning entirely 6 month after purchase. Customer service at Sennheiser won't answer 3 different emails and I can't get through on the phone. I can't recommend the product and honestly wouldn't buy their brand again either after this fiasco. I might be out HUNDREDS of dollars. Product under warranty but does me no good if they won't answer emails or phones.
Update: 3 weeks later they have answered. Since then Bluetooth has resumed working randomly but volume fluctuates wildly cuts in and out. Noise canceling turns itself on and off. I had to order Bose as replacements as I need BT boise canceling for work. Sennheiser is not willing to refund and communication with customer service is terrible. I'd never buy sennheiser again for any reason. I'm out the entire purchase price.
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- Premium materials (metal and leather all feel really nice in the hand, no creaks or flex to be found)
- Bluetooth connectivity is flawless in my experience. No dropouts like I've experienced with other cans in this price range.
- Surprisingly lightweight
- Noise cancelling decent
- Great battery life
- Earpads while soft are much smaller than pictures and videos might have you believe. My ears are pretty average sized and they press uncomfortably hard against the sides and back of the cups. They also press against my glasses frames pretty painfully after more than an hour.
- The leather headband isn't well padded either so it hurt the top of my head after a couple of hours.
- The adjustment mechanism on either side could use some notches or something. I had to take them off my head and readjust them multiple times a sitting which was annoying.
- Bass is a bit overemphasized for my taste. Kinda like having a blanket over my ears when listening to music. Good for movies though..
Will probably return just over comfort. Glasses wearers beware.
The sound quality of this model is superb, and even a deaf old so=and-so like me can appreciate the subtleties of the music.
I have yet to wear them in a noisy environment so cannot comment on the efficiency of the noise cancellation.
The battery life is also very good - a full charge lasts longer than I can comfortably keep the 'phones on for!
Bluetooth range depends on where you are. In a normal house I'd say about 20 feet, through walls.
Pairing is straightforward and easy.
The feature that allows you to have a voice tell you how much battery life is left is a plus point.
The multi-function toggle for volume, stop/start/ff/rewind etc takes a bit of getting used to but doesn't take long to become second nature.
The wire for a hard connection is way too short, at around a metre. Luckily I have an extension lead already. Also, at this price, one would expect a full size headphone jack to 3.5mm jack convertor plug, as most hi-fis' headphone sockets are the full size version. Luckily I already had one of those too!
The annoying voice telling you that you have lost connection every 10 seconds is unnecessary. Just the once would have been sufficient, as I think most folk could work that out for themselves!
Los únicos detalles que me dejaron un sabor agridulce son, dicen que son "Around Ear" y aún así los siento pequeños, esperaba algo más grande y dos, el precio obviamente, en México toda esta tecnología cuesta muchísimo más de lo que cuesta realmente.
He visto muchos comentarios sobre los bajos, si no saben lo que compran, no lo compren, estos cascos son para la gente que queremos algo inalámbrico pero, que el sonido sea lo más plano posible, si quieren algo para reventarse los tímpanos busquen otras marcas, como Sony o Beats
Build quality is excellent. I use these 3-6 times per week for 1-1.5 hours each time, and they look as good as they did on day 1. Ear cups are holding up well, no noticeable wear. I charge them every two weeks, so the battery is holding up well too.
Sound quality is excellent. Perhaps not as good as wired open headphones, but excellent none the less for Bluetooth. Frequency response is better than anything else I’ve tried for Bluetooth. Bass is strong but not overpowered, and mids/highs are clear. Can hear nuances in the music that I didn’t hear on cheaper headphones.
1. They sound great! When I first got them I had to re-listen to every album I've ever enjoyed. You notice things you have never heard in songs before
2. The noise canceling is ok. On these headphones I think it's there to make the music sound better, rather than block out the outside. If you're imagining you won't be able to hear the world when you put them on, that is not the case unless you turn up the music volume
3. They take up space in a backpack. They don't fold flat so it's somewhat annoying to carry them around when not using them. I would also recommend getting a hard-shell case for them as the one they come with will not protect them in a bag
4. Don't wear them around your neck! The slider on each can is plastic, while the bracket it's attached to is metal. That means the plastic wears away in no time, causing each can to slide up and down freely
5. The Sennheiser warranty is amazing. I sent them in to fix #4 after about a year and Sennheiser went above and beyond to make it right!
6. They're susceptible to bluetooth interference. There is no issue when using them at home, in a train, car, or plane. If you walk around with them on in a city center (in my case, downtown Toronto) they're not usable if your phone is in your pocket. I have to hold my phone in my right hand to get them to work, if a streetcar, cab, or other source of radio waves passes by
7. Using them as a phone is not possible in loud environments. They pick up everything - a conversation a couple desks away will be picked up as clearly as your own voice
8. They're really comfortable (even when wearing glasses) and not too hot to wear. In the winter I use them as earmuffs, in the summer I can wear them comfortable outside while walking up to about 25 degrees Celsius
9. Aside from the slider on each headphone, they're durable. I've had them a long time and they still look brand new
10. The battery lasts a really long time. I charge them so rarely I can't even say how long, but the 20+ hour claim that Sennheiser makes is realistic