Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless with Active Noise Cancellation- Ivory Reviews

By | April 29, 2020

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless with Active Noise Cancellation- Ivory Reviews

Closed back, over ear design featuring Bluetooth technology and immediate pairing to smart devices using NFC connectivity for wireless freedom. Connectivity Technology: Wireless Noise Gard hybrid active noise cancellation blocks ambient noise using 4 microphones for ultimate isolation to dramatically improve sound quality in noisy environments 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 Two year warranty when purchased from an authorized Sennheiser dealer. Refer the user manual for troubleshooting steps.. 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. Frequency Response – 16 Hertz to 22000 Hertz , Impedance – passive: 28 ohm and active: 480 ohm


3 thoughts on “Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless with Active Noise Cancellation- Ivory Reviews


lzHkL says:

My main considerations in choosing a pair of headphones were sound quality & noise cancellation.I tested the Bose, Sennheiser, & Sony — paying particular attention to those two parameters.Basically weekly use, practically never while traveling, always stored folded in a case.Babied ’em.Even so it was a familiar image of the original wired Momentum, I still took a moment to enjoy sexy lines of their design.Before opening the box, I usually like to take a tour around it to get acquainted with key features, list of accessories, design details, and technical spec data.Sound quality a little muddled for the price honestly.Expensive.They don’t get as loud as one would expect but I can generally use these on a plane at about 70% volume and hear everything clearly.I’ve used them at 30% and fallen asleep in my seat with barely any noise from the engines coming through.Some things before I begin, I’m a vocalist and enjoy recording on a regular basis .So I will be giving my view on both recording/mixing as well as everyday listening.I wasn’t even thinking about wireless headphones, until I walked into Best Buy one day, and just for kicks, tried the Sony 1000xm3.I thought they really sounded good, but of course, at BB they amp & EQ the popular models.I havent experienced bluetooth connection issues, but Im also not moving around too much and my phone is usually on my person.I originally bought these for travel and in-home use because of the noise cancellation, sound quality reviews, and the generally positive perception of the Sennheiser brand.After months of price monitoring I came across a "Like New" pair on Amazon for almost half retail price and decided to go for it.It’s only been less than a week but so far, no regrets whatsoever.Original bought at 250$.Audio via headphone jack is amazing , super comfortable, they look and feel amazing!Cons: Battery life is horrible, by no means near the 20 hours specified.

dSPXU says:

My main considerations in choosing a pair of headphones were sound quality & noise cancellation.I tested the Bose, Sennheiser, & Sony — paying particular attention to those two parameters.Basically weekly use, practically never while traveling, always stored folded in a case.Babied ’em.Even so it was a familiar image of the original wired Momentum, I still took a moment to enjoy sexy lines of their design.Before opening the box, I usually like to take a tour around it to get acquainted with key features, list of accessories, design details, and technical spec data.Sound quality a little muddled for the price honestly.Expensive.They don’t get as loud as one would expect but I can generally use these on a plane at about 70% volume and hear everything clearly.I’ve used them at 30% and fallen asleep in my seat with barely any noise from the engines coming through.Some things before I begin, I’m a vocalist and enjoy recording on a regular basis .So I will be giving my view on both recording/mixing as well as everyday listening.I wasn’t even thinking about wireless headphones, until I walked into Best Buy one day, and just for kicks, tried the Sony 1000xm3.I thought they really sounded good, but of course, at BB they amp & EQ the popular models.I havent experienced bluetooth connection issues, but Im also not moving around too much and my phone is usually on my person.I originally bought these for travel and in-home use because of the noise cancellation, sound quality reviews, and the generally positive perception of the Sennheiser brand.After months of price monitoring I came across a "Like New" pair on Amazon for almost half retail price and decided to go for it.It’s only been less than a week but so far, no regrets whatsoever.Original bought at 250$.Audio via headphone jack is amazing , super comfortable, they look and feel amazing!Cons: Battery life is horrible, by no means near the 20 hours specified.

ezHltW says:

My main considerations in choosing a pair of headphones were sound quality & noise cancellation.I tested the Bose, Sennheiser, & Sony — paying particular attention to those two parameters.Basically weekly use, practically never while traveling, always stored folded in a case.Babied ’em.Even so it was a familiar image of the original wired Momentum, I still took a moment to enjoy sexy lines of their design.Before opening the box, I usually like to take a tour around it to get acquainted with key features, list of accessories, design details, and technical spec data.Sound quality a little muddled for the price honestly.Expensive.They don’t get as loud as one would expect but I can generally use these on a plane at about 70% volume and hear everything clearly.I’ve used them at 30% and fallen asleep in my seat with barely any noise from the engines coming through.Some things before I begin, I’m a vocalist and enjoy recording on a regular basis .So I will be giving my view on both recording/mixing as well as everyday listening.I wasn’t even thinking about wireless headphones, until I walked into Best Buy one day, and just for kicks, tried the Sony 1000xm3.I thought they really sounded good, but of course, at BB they amp & EQ the popular models.I havent experienced bluetooth connection issues, but Im also not moving around too much and my phone is usually on my person.I originally bought these for travel and in-home use because of the noise cancellation, sound quality reviews, and the generally positive perception of the Sennheiser brand.After months of price monitoring I came across a "Like New" pair on Amazon for almost half retail price and decided to go for it.It’s only been less than a week but so far, no regrets whatsoever.Original bought at 250$.Audio via headphone jack is amazing , super comfortable, they look and feel amazing!Cons: Battery life is horrible, by no means near the 20 hours specified.

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