The Sennheiser Momentum In-ear Headphones are a level up from the company’s cheapest line of headphones as it comes with in within a middle-range price value. The German audio company has earned quite the reputation over the years as they have produced a good number of high-quality audio listening products. Reports claim that these new in-ear headphones from Sennheiser are not the best, but it does not mean that users will not be able to enjoy quality music even when they have not sprung for the top-tier music listening device.
What Can You Expect With the Sennheiser Momentum In-ear Headphones
The Sennheiser Momentum In-ear Headphones are fantastic to work with that allows users to listen to music with confidence, pleasure, and not to mention clarity. When compared to your basic smartphone headphones (the one that usually comes with every mobile phone box), these new offerings from Sennheiser will deliver true skull-shaking bass and also crisp highs. The bass delivery is well-controlled as users, especially those who are sound fanatics, will immediately notice that it has body and solidity. Its bass quality is not overblown as with the problem with some headphones out in today’s market.
Bass can reach as low as 15HZ on the Momentum In-ear Headphones. Still, even if you go down as low as 13Hz, you will be able to hear, and feel, the fine bass structure before it immediately drops. There is minimal, to even no sound leakage coming off the device. This is excellent for those who do not want to listen to their music with a volume considered to be ear-shattering. Still, these new in-ear headphones are not perfect as users may notice that the mids will take second place to the low notes. In other words, these headphones were made for EDMs or Electronic Dance Music than folk, jazz, or country. However, this is just a small complaint for those who have already tried listening to music with the device. This imperfection is even more reasonable to understand when you look at it the device as it has a single-driver design.
In terms of design, the Momentum takes a step forward from the company’s previous designs. Some of the look of Sennheiser’s old headphones looked… boring. With the new in-ear headphones, it is coated with a red and black detail, and a subtle in-line microphone. It also has audio controls for hands-free calling. Those interested in getting the Sennheiser Momentum In-ear Headphones can get them in either the Android or iOS variant. Make sure that you get the right one to pair for your handset.