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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 75 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sennheiser sound on the go...

    Posted
    Danny
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    The Sennheiser Momentum is a product series whose goal is to merge the two most difficult attributes in modern day headphones, style and sonic performance. Here before you is the refinement of the original Momentum that started it all, the Momentum 2. The Momentum 2's packaging is typical of Sennheiser and immediately showcases quality and first class workmanship. Upon removal of the lid, the much reduced in size case is first apparent. The cable is mostly similar to the first iteration but no longer does it have the steel constructed in-line microphone and controls. You then get your typical quick start guide and Sennheiser's 2 year warranty registration booklet. Here is where the Momentum 2 simply outclasses nearly all headphones immediately. Not only do you get a protective zipper case, you also get a pouch. Nowadays the trend for such expensive headphones is to only include a pouch which is a slap in the face for such a costly investment. To even go further, Sennheiser includes foam to help keep the integrity of the pads composure while folded up. Now that's what I call quality packaging. And yea, folding, the new Momentum's can now fold which is nothing new in this day and age, but hey better late than never. The Sennheiser Momentum is simply gorgeous to look at. It's a very simple design at heart, but it's so well executed and tastefully down from the stainless steel arched headband, the glistening holographic Sennheiser logo and the stitched leather on the top of the headband. The ear pads are entirely redesigned and are soft to the touch. Finally, these can be safely called over the ear headphones thanks to the much larger in diameter opening of the pads in comparison to the previous iteration of the Momentum. The headband is essentially the same and maintains that fashionable low profile design that keeps the uniformity of the arch close to the head and reduces the bulge effect of larger headphones. Here we see steel reinforced folding mechanism that grants the Momentum 2 the ability to collapse down upon itself for storage. This should fare much better than something from the Beats Studio or Solo series with their plastic construction. The beautiful sculpted sound signature that I lusted over in the previous Momentum is thankfully unharmed. There's something about the level of refinement and soothing spark to the attack of the Momentum signature that is all too addictive. It's a very forgiving sound that still showcases the refinement that Sennheiser is all too well known for. The bass is very linear from 20hz to 250hz creating this sense of ease to the presentation. Immediately apparent over the previous iteration is the tighter control of the attack and the more precise rendition of decay resulting in one of the best bass performances that I have heard, period. It doesn't quite reach that last bit of laser tight composure of my planar magnetics like the Hifiman HE560, but boy does it deliver a dynamic slam when the music calls for it. Integration into the midrange is seamless like with the previous Momentum, but now due to the quicker pace the bass to midrange bleed that occurred when the bass became too complex in the recording that sometimes flawed the original momentum's has vanished. The midrange presentation is sonic gold. Sennhesier just simply knows the foundation of the music and the tonal balance required to reproduce all of the information recreating a true to life experience. Vocals, guitars, pianos or whatever instrument lies in this frequency all have this robust composure that remains grain less and endlessly smooth with incredible low levels of harsh transient that also induces vocal sibilance. Overall, the midrange is quite linear with a slow descending slope into the lower treble which highlights the lower midrange and restores the natural heft in the sounds in that region. The level of detail rendition is also simply stunning maybe due to the heightened level of treble over the first Momentum or just a superior transducer at work. The treble is very articulated, but most importantly more in-line with the music in terms of emphasis. The first Momentum simple was too subdued here and resulted a closed in soundstage that reduced the sense of speed and clarity of the music. The Momentum 2 raises the treble just enough to revive the harmonic decay in the upper stratosphere, but not cause them to be too bright for their intended use. This welcoming improvement in the rendition of the treble music grants the Momentum 2 one of the biggest soundstage performances that I have yet to hear from a portable headphone. The stage is larger in width than it is depth, but it's very satisfying to hear. In summary, Sennheiser has listened to the feedback from its consumers and reconstructed the Momentum both physically and acoustically to better adhere to their goal, uncompromising mobile performance.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My Perfect Air Travel Companion

    Posted
    RCos
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    I was in the market for a solid travel headset when I fly. I have earbuds, but for some reason they are just not comfortable on a long flight. I spent about 2 weeks and about 20+ hours of research, countless listening tests to find the right ones. I am on a plane usually 1-3 times a month. Having tested it with my first flight today, I can say with complete confidence, I am happy with my purchase Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless, is close to perfect, has so many positive things going for it, that it should be on your short list for Noise Canceling Travel Headphones Pros •Design: Clean, attractive and functional (I really like the look of the stainless Steel Rails) •Great Dynamics for a Bluetooth NC Headset, but even better with the provided cable •Excellent high frequency response, with a clear detailed midrange •Bass was the best of the bluetooth models tested, this unit has apt-x for increased sound quality •Excellent Battery life: Over 50% battery after 10+ hours of listening •Good Noise Cancellation •Excellent range, about 10 Meters (33 ft) •Comes with Wired Cable, USB Charger, Nice Case, and Airline adapter •Built in mics work well when used as with my cell phone to take calls •Comfortable fit •2 year warranty vs 1 year of many other brands •Bluetooth easy to connect, especially with the NFC (Near Field Connection option) Cons •Noise cancellation is always on in bluetooth mode, no way to turn off •A bit pricey •Noise cancellation is good, but Bose does a significantly better job at it •You can only sync 1 bluetooth device at a time, newer models like Bose QC35 allow for 2 •Minor Gripe: Small multifold manual that comes with it, just download a copy from their site Focus on Design: The bottom line is that they look great. The stainless steel rails blend in perfectly with the quality stitched leather top, which has minimal padding, but is very comfortable with its light weight. The foldable metal hinges allow you to pack it away in my laptop bag, but it still a tad bit on the bulky side. While I don't quite have dumbo ears, they are big, but the headset accommodated them quite well and were comfortable to wear for extended periods. These are the over the ear models. Soft Leather ear pads, while a little on the thick side, are very comfy I worn them for a 4 hour flight without feeling the need to remove or adjust them, they never got too warm that would make them uncomfortable to wear. Features: As I stated, I was looking for a travel headset that I could actually hear on a plane w/o killing my ears and these fit the bill. There were some feature I was looking for that were also important •aptX Bluetooth •active noise cancellation Both work remarkably well. Since AptX is always on with my phone, I can not say for sure if there is a noticeable difference in bluetooth, but I will testify that they do sound very good. I did a comparison listening test with the Bose QC35 and found the Bose to have better noise cancellation, but lacking in overall sound quality compared to the Momentum. The best way I can describe it is that the bass on the Bose seemed "overemphasized" and a little muddy. The clarity while still very good, was not on par with the Sennheiser. The noise cancellation worked very well, as I missed a few calls on my landline during my initial test. There was a greater impact on low frequency sound. Best example, I had my TV on and I could still hear voices, but the bass was almost completely gone. It does the job on a plane, but the Bose perform better in this area. Sound Quality: Pearl Jam "Just Breathe", vocals detailed and are expressive. Guitar strums sounded accurate and have fullness to it. My only minor gripe is the bass is not as perfect on bluetooth and sounded a little less clear then when I had them plugged into my phone directly. The sound is pleasant and not fatiguing and easily enjoyable for long listening sessions. While I am not a huge fan of rap music, I did try some bass heavy tracks primarily to use for comparison against the Bose QC35. The low end carries some weight, it's detailed, but not on par with a quality set of wired headphones. When plugged into my phone or laptop, the quality of bass improved in the detail and clarity. For the sake of this review, in bluetooth mode, this is what sold me the most over the Bose. Base is not overblown like so many headsets try to do, it's much more accurate and doesn't take away from the song. SIDE NOTES: •You can run this even with the battery dead, but expect to take a hit in sound quality •AptX works on more recent android devices, check your model for compatibility, no aptx on apple http://www.aptx.com/ Overall I would rate these headsets a 4.5/5 and 4.9/5 for bluetooth NC headphones. There are a lot of solid options in this price range, but I would definitely add this to your list of demos if you are in the market for set of wireless travel headphones

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sennheiser sound on the go...

    Posted
    Danny
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    The Sennheiser Momentum is a product series whose goal is to merge the two most difficult attributes in modern day headphones, style and sonic performance. Here before you is the refinement of the original Momentum that started it all, the Momentum 2. The Momentum 2's packaging is typical of Sennheiser and immediately showcases quality and first class workmanship. Upon removal of the lid, the much reduced in size case is first apparent. The cable is mostly similar to the first iteration but no longer does it have the steel constructed in-line microphone and controls. You then get your typical quick start guide and Sennheiser's 2 year warranty registration booklet. Here is where the Momentum 2 simply outclasses nearly all headphones immediately. Not only do you get a protective zipper case, you also get a pouch. Nowadays the trend for such expensive headphones is to only include a pouch which is a slap in the face for such a costly investment. To even go further, Sennheiser includes foam to help keep the integrity of the pads composure while folded up. Now that's what I call quality packaging. And yea, folding, the new Momentum's can now fold which is nothing new in this day and age, but hey better late than never. The Sennheiser Momentum is simply gorgeous to look at. It's a very simple design at heart, but it's so well executed and tastefully down from the stainless steel arched headband, the glistening holographic Sennheiser logo and the stitched leather on the top of the headband. The ear pads are entirely redesigned and are soft to the touch. Finally, these can be safely called over the ear headphones thanks to the much larger in diameter opening of the pads in comparison to the previous iteration of the Momentum. The headband is essentially the same and maintains that fashionable low profile design that keeps the uniformity of the arch close to the head and reduces the bulge effect of larger headphones. Here we see steel reinforced folding mechanism that grants the Momentum 2 the ability to collapse down upon itself for storage. This should fare much better than something from the Beats Studio or Solo series with their plastic construction. The beautiful sculpted sound signature that I lusted over in the previous Momentum is thankfully unharmed. There's something about the level of refinement and soothing spark to the attack of the Momentum signature that is all too addictive. It's a very forgiving sound that still showcases the refinement that Sennheiser is all too well known for. The bass is very linear from 20hz to 250hz creating this sense of ease to the presentation. Immediately apparent over the previous iteration is the tighter control of the attack and the more precise rendition of decay resulting in one of the best bass performances that I have heard, period. It doesn't quite reach that last bit of laser tight composure of my planar magnetics like the Hifiman HE560, but boy does it deliver a dynamic slam when the music calls for it. Integration into the midrange is seamless like with the previous Momentum, but now due to the quicker pace the bass to midrange bleed that occurred when the bass became too complex in the recording that sometimes flawed the original momentum's has vanished. The midrange presentation is sonic gold. Sennhesier just simply knows the foundation of the music and the tonal balance required to reproduce all of the information recreating a true to life experience. Vocals, guitars, pianos or whatever instrument lies in this frequency all have this robust composure that remains grain less and endlessly smooth with incredible low levels of harsh transient that also induces vocal sibilance. Overall, the midrange is quite linear with a slow descending slope into the lower treble which highlights the lower midrange and restores the natural heft in the sounds in that region. The level of detail rendition is also simply stunning maybe due to the heightened level of treble over the first Momentum or just a superior transducer at work. The treble is very articulated, but most importantly more in-line with the music in terms of emphasis. The first Momentum simple was too subdued here and resulted a closed in soundstage that reduced the sense of speed and clarity of the music. The Momentum 2 raises the treble just enough to revive the harmonic decay in the upper stratosphere, but not cause them to be too bright for their intended use. This welcoming improvement in the rendition of the treble music grants the Momentum 2 one of the biggest soundstage performances that I have yet to hear from a portable headphone. The stage is larger in width than it is depth, but it's very satisfying to hear. In summary, Sennheiser has listened to the feedback from its consumers and reconstructed the Momentum both physically and acoustically to better adhere to their goal, uncompromising mobile performance.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Top Choice Wireless Over-Ear Headphones

    Posted
    valueshopper52
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I chose to dispense with the tech of the product review. This experience is all about the experience of music. Unlike many of the reviews I've read over the past 2 months, I have no need to impress anyone concerning my knowledge or lack thereof concerning audiophile equipment. What you really want to know is why I chose these cans over Bose, Sony, Beats, Skull Candy, JBL....etc. I can tell you I've tried each of these and higher priced cans from bang and olufsen and others. I chose senns mo 2 for 3 reasons; 1. They are wireless 2.NFC pairing 3. Dude, they sound great! That being said....they are not the best sounding over the ear set I've heard. Um.... Yeah. Just bear with me a second. For $400.00 bucks most people are thinking the product should be perfection... Get real kids. In the world of upscale (premium) audio these guys are entry level. Prosumers will rant and rave about their beats or whatever the flavor of the day is 'and they are right. The choice of phones you get is entirely subjective. These senns are clean sounding, feature rich, and sound super either wireless or corded. And that's reason number 4....oops guess I really have 4 reasons. I have 400 buck to spend on headphones and they are well md3pls a 2 year warranty standard. They pair with my iPad pro, Samsung note 4 edge, and every other Bluetooth device I own. If you don't have 400 plus dollars to spend, get what you love and can afford. Above all be content. Ok details: excellent bass response, sub-base, mids and treble. Unless you are a musician or mix in the studio you probably can Barely tell thedifference between these and a pair of beats which are bass heavy and kind of a mess above that frequency range. They feel great and look great. Fantastic build quality and plenty loud. Louder when corded. And don't forget to twist the cable when it is attached or you will only sound out of 1 side. If you want something better maybe you shouldn't be at Best Buy. Go to the store and listen. You'll love them

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    EXCELLENT!

    Posted
    InnovativeDoc
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    Hi, I have Sennheiser PXC250 (original, not the second version) and was waiting at least for a year for good wireless noise canceling headphones to come out. Thanks to a Momentum 2.0 review on YouTube, I patiently waited for this headset to come out. After a long wait, these are finally available. There is a lot of concern about bluetooth connection stability. Well I had zero issues over an hour of listening. I actually took them to the gym (not a good idea, as my neck is a little strained!) and tested them out. Zero connection drops! I pair them with my cell and Surface Pro 3, had zero problems and can move around while making Skype calls thru them (this headset has a mic). The bass is wonderful, noise canceling is great, sound quality is very clear! The mid ranges are very clear but I felt these were a little "flatter" as compared to PXC 250. However, I use VLC and the equalizer helped me to get the sound modulated to the way I wanted. I then did listen to Guns N Roses and could hear the guitar strum very clearly. Furthermore, when I was very little my mom once got LP of "Eric Jupp - Making it Happen" (Australian music composer, see him at WikiPedia... anyone listened to him???) and did play wav files created from the LP, was so much clear and it was all nostalgia for me. This headset can remember 8 paired devices, it is playing music from Surface Pro 3 and sometimes relaying alert tones from my Galaxy Note Edge (one device at a time though!). I am very happy with this purchase, will definitely go in for the on-ear wireless lighter version for gym use. Very much recommended! Bonus feature: You cannot hear your wife with the headset on! ;-)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sennheiser or Bose

    Posted
    Bernie
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
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    I bought these and the Bose QC35's planning on returning the pair I liked the least. On first impression I was certain I would like the Bose better, but the M2's really grew on me. The Bose are by far better at noise cancelling, but that is a difference that is really only noticeable when no sound is coming through them. With music on at 50% volume I could not notice a difference whether in a busy waiting room, around typing keyboards in the office, or just sitting on the couch with the TV on or the vacuum running. I had no issues pairing both sets to multiple devices and switching back and fourth. I never reached near a dead battery on either set and both perform well for taking calls. The deciding factor for me was the everyday comfort of the M2's and the superior sound quality. This is not to say the Bose sound is bad, but the M2's just sounded richer. When listening to the same songs at the same volume the M2's always just sounded a little better. Also for me the Bose didn't quite feel right on my head they were comfortable, but somehow felt a bit foreign to wear. Lastly, the pressure sensation on my ears that Is expected with ANC headphones did not feel as pronounced with M2's. My recommendation is to try both for a few days to see which really meets your needs best. For me the Sennheisers were the best choice.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Comfortable, good sound; so-so noise cancellation

    Posted
    JeffSinSFO
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    Prior to buying these, I have had numerous other Sennheiser headphones (280, 598, 580) and earbuds as well as some headphones and earbuds from other manufacturers. Most recently I had been using Bose headphones at the gym because I just don't like having a cord between my head and my phone while I'm exercising. The Bose sounded good (better than I expected given my previous experience with Bose), but after a while I found myself getting tired of their excessive upper midrange/treble boost. Given that Sennheiser generally leans towards the neutral - if not warm -- side, I thought I might like the M2 better. In a nutshell, I do like these quite a lot more than the Bose headphones. Are they the best headphones I've ever heard? No. They definitely sound a bit better wired without the noise cancellation on, but I didn't get them for that sort of situation. Even though the noise cancellation and bluetooth technology make the sound signature a bit less detailed and more bright, these still sound quite good. Would I recommend these at their full price if you DON'T need bluetooth or noise cancellation? No. You can get better sounding alternatives for less money. These are quite satisfactory for the gym (as long as you understand that you will sweat onto the earcups so you'll likely need to replace the pads every so often). I can wear these for two hours or so and not feel uncomfortable.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great all-round headphones

    Posted
    Karan
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    I've been testing these headphones for a week now and have compared them against the Beats Studio Wireless and the Bose Soundlink AEBT cans. Pros: - Active noise cancellation (not comparable to the Boase QC15/25, but still quite good) - Clean, balanced sound - Great battery life (20 hours easy on a full charge) - Easy connectivity to my iDevices (and MacBook Pro RD 2015) - Excellent wired sound quality Cons: - Earcup fit is not always the best (the Beats and Bose were way more comfortable). If you move your head up and down while listening to music, you can feel the ANC waver - On the heavier side, especially compared to the Bose cans - The wire included does not come with inbuilt toggle for music/phone calls I'm not stating the price as a con since you obviously know what you're paying for here. These aren't perfect and I wish I could give them a 4.5 rating. Until then, if you can afford these, do consider them. At least until Bose comes out with a wireless ANC model!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great noise cancelling headphones for travel!

    Posted
    aderoberts
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    I love these headphones! The noise cancelling is great! The battery life is super long and the sound quality is great. Some of the controls take a little getting used to, but once you get it down, the controls are second nature. I also love the aesthetic. They are more unique than most of the noise cancelling headphones out there. I also like that you have the option to use a cord to connect the headphones to your device. While this isn't a feature I will use often, it is a nice option if I forget to charge my headphones (the headphones work with no charge when using the cord). Not sure if I have big ears, but after about 2 hours of wearing the headphones, my ears can get a little sore. If I just adjust them, I can easily find another comfortable position. Also, I have noticed sometimes when moving around within my seat on the airplane (ex. bending down to get something from the ground) the noise cancelling doesn't work quite as well. This isn't an issue as it rarely impacts me for more than 30 seconds.Overall a great product! I definitely recommend these!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good noise cancellation, fantastic sound

    Posted
    SeanB
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    I was looking for a wireless headphone that comfortable for multi-hour wear, had noise-cancellation, over the ear, wireless and sounded good when wired with noise-cancellation turned off. This is the only headphone I found that hits all marks. I don't like noise cancellation unless I am on the street or on a plane. Many noise cancelling headphones sound awful when powered off and noise cancelling off. Not the case with these, they sound just as good if not better when wired. The noise cancellation is not quite as good as some of the Bose I have had but it's good enough to block a good amount of plane noise. Also, these take up a good amount of space. The earcups don't turn and fold flat like the Bose. If I traveled weekly, I'd probably go with Bose but for me, the benefits outweigh that small downside. I think the sound quality is great on these. I am no audiophile but I am hearing things I never noticed in songs before after just a week of use.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great looks, good noise cancellation but..

    Posted
    dukie4lif
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    I am happy with these headphones so far. They look great, feel great!! The packaging was top notch and look and feel is refined. The sound quality seems to be good so far. However, I have not been able to pair them with my mac mini. My mac mini is running 10.10.4, but when i turn on bluetooth it fails to recognize my headphones!! I had no trouble pairing them with my iPhone 5s. This is a bummer!! I am a software developer and I want to pair them with my computer at work, to listen to music while i code. I dont want to have to use my cell phone to listen to music every day. I am reaching out to Sennheiser, perhaps there are limitations that I am not aware of. If anyone has any thoughts on this issue, let me know. Overall these are very good, just disappointed I cant get them to connect to my mac mini

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best wireless headphones you can buy.

    Posted
    disarray
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    This are my new favorite headphones... and the best sounding and most comfortable I have owned, including some older wired Sennheiser's I had. The Bluetooth is great and fast to connect. The buttons are easy to use and easy to find without having to take the headphones off. I have a pretty big head, and a lot of headphones squeeze me too tight.. which means they get uncomfortable over time... no so with these... I can hardly tell they are there.. and they adjust so well that they don't move when I am walking around the house. Bluetooth range is great.. I haven't found the upper limit.. but I can comfortably walk around my living room / kitchen without a single hiccup.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Suits me well.

    Posted
    casualeverydaylistener

    I've had the Momentum wireless headphones for a week now and I really enjoy using them. The battery life is long and the comfort factor for me is great, light and stable on my head. The sound it produces is extremely agreeable for me as well. I had to save up some money for several months to be able to afford them, but I believe I made a good decision in my purchase. I like the noise cancelling feature and the fact that it has 4.0 Bluetooth connectivity, NFC too for my android phone. I wish I had a media device to try out the AptX coding feature, but maybe in the future. I absolutely enjoy everything about these headphones.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    extremely satisfied

    Posted
    EstimatedProphet
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    Excellent sounding bluetooth headphone - noise cancelling feature works very well, pairs easily, long battery life. As to the sound of the headphone, it is far better than I ever expected from a bluetooth headphone. Although it is not in the same league as my Sennheiser 600/650s, I'm not doing critical listening/monitoring when using a bluetooth set, yet with these headphones the level of quality is so high that my enjoyment of the music is greatly enhanced over any other bluetooth set I have heard. Very enjoyable, very comfortable, great range without dropouts

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great sound, Good noise canceling, OK bluetooth ma

    Posted
    Futaba911
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    The sound quality lives up to the price. The noise cancelling works well....On par with the Bose QC35. The Bluetooth device management is lacking. You get a voice notification if the device is paired, pairing, or disconnected. That's it. No device id. Pairing with multiple devices is a bad idea unless they are always in range or well out of range while using because the disconnected notification keeps repeating and interrupting whatever you are listening to. You can't disconnect through the headphone interface, only through your device interface.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Heaphones

    Posted
    Pappi
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    Great comfortable headphones with a nice sound on the warm side with and incredible highs, lows and spacious audio. Can go Bluetooth or wired which makes it quite versatile. Although I don't consider myself an audiophile I do discriminate with the sounds I hear and these headphones meet all my criteria even at low volume with great noise canceling technology. Most importantly is how comfortable they are and the incredible battery life. I enjoy these more than my Bose although the Seinhausers are a bit more bulkier, Over all I have no regrets.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Sound

    Posted
    jww100
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    I searched quite a while for my next pair of headphones. I wanted it to be wired, wireless and noise cancelling. A lot to ask for. I checked out headphones that had some of the features and found some nice ones for sale (I have Sony wireless) checked out Bose and Beats. But the Sennheiser Momentum wireless had all of the features, was comfortable and great sound. Battery lasts a long time (20+ hours), easy to pair. I use them daily and they are comfortable for a few hours at a time. Only negative is that the could clamp a little tighter to keep out a little more noise.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    favorite wireless headphones

    Posted
    bbbuyer
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    nicely balanced, beautiful midrange, open, extended highs without any harshness, great imaging, very fluid, bass accurate but not overstated - these aren't Sennheiser 600 / 650 level phones, but they are very, very good - amazing that they can sound this engaging without the need for an amp or DAC - very good bluetooth range, just a tad behind the B&W P7 in this area. The P7s feature more bass slam and have a somewhat elevated bass region compared to the Senns, which works better for some music but overall I prefer the faster bass of the Senns. I also prefer the Senn's imaging.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Nice Headphones

    Posted
    Papi
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    Battery life is exceptional, and one of the most versatile headphones I have used, cushions are comfortable and the noise canceling is excellent. The sound is warm with a large stage presence, the highs are crisp and the lows are quite decent even at low volume which makes these headphones quite remarkable. Comes with a case and a cloth bag which makes it easy for travel, cords for wired use ( a lot more louder than when using in Bluetooth mode) and for charging and an airplane adapter which is an added convenience.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful Headphones

    Posted
    Cats4me
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    I have purchased and returned many headphones in my search for the perfect pair. These have gone above and beyond my expectations on sound quality and battery life. Typically the advertised life on a pair is a few hours lower but this is not so with the Momentum wireless V2. the best part about the 22 hour battery is that it takes about three hours to charge from dead to full! The sound quality is really accurate, even over Bluetooth. The headphones are a bit on the warmer side (a little extra bass) but not overpowering in any manner.

    I would recommend this to a friend