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Sennheiser debuts the ultimate take-anywhere headphones

Sennheiser’s MOMENTUM headphone range represents the perfect fusion of sound and style.

Uncompromised sound performance meets minimalist design and carefully selected materials. 

Combining a leading edge acoustic design with Bluetooth 4.1, AAC codec support and Qualcomm aptX®, the stylish neckband headphone has been designed to enhance the experience of listening to music on mobile devices.

Uncompromising sound quality, progressive technology and high-quality materials in a minimalist design.

Sennheiser redefined the world of headphones with its MOMENTUM range. 

In the creation of these iconic headphones, the audio specialist was inspired by people who follow their vision, striving for the new and pushing the world ahead. 

With the MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless, Sennheiser now adds ear-canal headphones with Bluetooth connectivity to the acclaimed range.

Christian Ern, Sennheiser head of portfolio management says, “MOMENTUM headphones are inspired by people that push boundaries and refuse to compromise in fulfilling their ambition.

“With the new MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless, we are bringing this ethos to a compact Bluetooth neckband headphone.” 

Elegant in every detail, the MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless has been designed for an uncompromised experience. 

Its stainless steel in-ear sound tunnels have been custom machined to deliver superior acoustic precision.

This high-quality dynamic speaker system brings the signature MOMENTUM sound to a compact in-ear headphone, with a powerful bass response, detailed vocal projection and a great soundstage. 

Thanks to Bluetooth 4.1, AAC codec support, and Qualcomm aptX® compatibility, this true hi-fi sound is delivered with the crystal-clear wireless transmission.

With a great 10-hour battery life, the MOMENTUM In-Ear Wireless can be enjoyed throughout the day. 

An integrated three-button remote and a high-quality microphone, incorporated into the neckband, making it easy to stay connected and make phone calls and control music on the go. 

It also supports convenient multi-connection with up to 2 devices at once, with 3-way calling support. 

Ease of use is further enhanced by NFC one-touch Bluetooth pairing with smart devices, an intuitive system of voice prompts to notify of pairing status and to provide battery life warnings, a vibration alert for incoming calls and support of USB audio with USB charging. 

Like all MOMENTUM headphones, the In-Ear Wireless represents a perfect marriage of style and substance, with high-quality materials, superb comfort and lasting durability.

Click here to find out more. 

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