Sennheiser teases first details about Momentum 4 Wireless noise-cancelling headphones
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The new Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless noise-cancelling headphones are set to exceed the Momentum 3 headphones that launched three years ago.
After three years, Sennheiser has finally announced some details of the all-new Momentum 4 Wireless noise-cancelling headphones. And the fact they’re coming this summer has to be the best bit!
Momentum 4 Wireless noise-cancelling headphones
The over-ear headphones may well continue to build on the awesomeness that was the Momentum 3’s. A new chic, grey fabric headband with synthetic leather ear pads makes these new additions look very comfy.
But putting comfortability aside, let’s talk about the technical bits. A massive 60 hours of battery life is coming our way (whether having ANC activated is a factor hasn’t been mentioned) which is a big jump to compete with new cans such as the Sony WH-1000XM5s.
Moreover, the drivers inside the Momentum 4 Wireless headphones are angled to emulate the sound of the listening sweet spot – a rising trend among headphone manufacturers. As a result, we can expect a “more natural soundstage”. And their voice pick-up may also have seen an improvement making better for better call quality and voice assistants too. Sennheiser is promising additional sound customisation features too!
The MOMENTUM experience starts with Sennheiser’s Signature Sound that surpasses everything in its class – letting users enjoy music as never before. An audiophile-inspired 42mm transducer system delivers brilliant dynamics, clarity, and musicality for exceptional high-fidelity sound. The angled speakers ensure sound is channeled slightly from the front towards the user’s ears to give a more natural soundstage. Advanced voice pick up provides for optimized calls and easier voice assistant access.
With all of that said there are no more details currently available. Bluetooth connectivity, water resistance, and pricing are all details we’re waiting for. When these details will make their way to us we don’t know, so we’ll just have to wait patiently for them. But the Momentum 3 offered a three-button interface as well as auto on/off and a Smart Pause feature – will these also see an upgrade?
The Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless over-ear headphones are set to be available globally from August. You can find out more on the Sennheiser website.
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