Everywhere I go nowadays people are wearing these large headphones that seem to be more of a fad at the moment, although my small less intrusive earbuds are still a preference to me for the convenience of having smaller gadgets to worry about. With this in mind, the larger earphones are bound to have better sound and the Sennheiser Momentum on-ear headphones look like a decent addition to this popular craze.
Today we are looking at a review of the Sennheiser Momentum on-ear headphones as the video above discusses the ins and outs of this product for around six minutes. Available in seven colours potential customers are bound to find the ideal set to suit their needs, although some may feel that the $229 price tag is a bit on the expensive side.
As the video runs through how light these are the comfort and materials used are discussed as the presenter feels the earcup material and the weight makes it hardly noticable once it is on your head. The earcups slide up and down for individual tastes.
These are not regarded as noice cancelation headphones, but the sound quality is said to be clear and crisp and the presenter recommends these as a worthy purchase. For details, features, images and specs we have provided a link to the Sennheiser website, which documents the quality of sound as well as the comfort and overall weight, along with a full description of the materials used to make this the snug fit desired.
Do you prefer the overall look of these compared to other popular headphones on the market? Alternatively, does the $229 price tag seem a bit high?
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