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Sennheiser new wireless headphone range

Sennheiser always brings out their latest headphone models every year at CES and this year was no different. With addition to its first consumer Ambeo headphones that allow you to record your surrounding for better audio quality, the company has three more models they’re showing off for the first time. This includes the HD 4.50 BTNC and HD 4.40BT wireless headphones that build onto the companies most popular HD 4 series.

As you may already realise, the main difference between these two headphones is the addition of NoiseGuard active noise cancellation on the 4.50BTNC.


Both of the HD 4.50BTNC and HD 4.40BT use Bluetooth 4.0 and AptX giving you a high-quality sound with the addition of NFC to make pairing just that little easier. These two models deliver up to 25 hours of listening before needing a re-charge. As you may expect, applying active noise cancellation cuts the battery life to 18 hours on the 4.50BTNC.


There is also a new addition to the Sennheiser’s popular Momentum line, this is the wireless HD 1. These in-ear earphones use Bluetooth 4.1, AptX and AAC however, there’s a handy three button remote on the neckband enabling you to control music and answer calls while on the go. You can expect around 10 hours of battery life from this model.

The HD 1 is expected to be shipped this month. Take a look at pricing and detailed features on the official website for the HD 4.40 BT WIRELESS here and HD 4.50 BTNC WIRELESS here at Sennheiser.

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Written by Jordan Milham

After playing football for his local town after leaving school, Jordan left those dreams behind and went on to find enjoyment in writing about the latest products, cars and getting hands-on with new tech. He now loves a good news story and spotting what's new from well known brands.

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