Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Head Phones

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Brand:                             Sennheiser
Dimensions:                    78.6 x 45 x 35 mm
Microphone:                     MEMS
Bluetooth Version:            Bluetooth 5.0
Supported Profiles:           A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP
Ear Coupling:                    Ear canal
Weight:                             69.8g
Frequency Range:           5 Hz to 21 kHz
Senisitivity:                      107 dB SPL (1 kHz / 1 mW)
Speaker type:                  Dynamic
Battery time:                    Up to 4 hrs
Water Protection:            IPX4, splash resistant (earbuds) 

Sennheiser is basically a German-based company and was established on June 1st, 1945. Today it manufactures microphones, helmets, telephone accessories and other things for the professionals. It is true that the market of truly wireless headphones has gone off for a while, each manufacturer comes out his own model. So Sennheiser comes later in this market, but it is not necessarily a bad thing. These stylish Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless earphones in Australia are easily available for the native of Australia.


  • Bluetooth Version: 5.0
  • Weight: 13.2 grams
  • Charging Time: 3 hours
  • Battery Backup: Up to 12 Hours
  • Rechargeable battery: Yes
  • Wireless: Yes
  • Hands-Free Call: Yes
  • Built-in Microphone: Yes


Making wireless earphones is the current trend in the audio market. Whether Bose, Apple, Sony or Jabra almost every manufacturer now has at least one corresponding model in its range now also audio specialist Sennheiser comes with a spectacular production of earphones. The new in-ear headphones are part of the successful Momentum series, which includes the very good Momentum In-Ear Wireless Bluetooth headset.

These headphones are quickly paired with the smartphone. Once you have picked out and assembled the matching rubber buds, the Sennheiser plugs will show their best side. The sound is vivid and rich in detail, with a powerful, but never blown up the bass foundation a strong overall sound. Voices sounded a bit cool using this headphone. Interestingly the sound it made when it connects to your smartphone is also to fascinating and good to listen.

The stylish headphones come with a charging case wrapped in a gray, slightly coarser, fabric. Having the best shape and design. This combination is one of the most interesting on the market right now. But in order to be a good product overall, more than a neat exterior is required, something we are often reminded of too often.

Momentum True Wireless comes with four sets of silicone plugs of different sizes and is inserted into the ears with a screw motion for the best fit. And they actually sit really well in the ear even though there are no fixing wings as support. To connect the headphones to your smartphone, the Bluetooth function is activated by pressing your fingers against the contact surfaces of both devices for a few seconds, the dedicated app simultaneously scans the surroundings and finds the headphones directly.

Some physical buttons or controls are not available but all functions are controlled by lightly pressing your finger on the outside of either the left or right earphone. The right-hand controls hands-free functions, if the sound from outside should be let through or not, voice control and increased volume. The left controls what has to do with playing music such as track switching, and volume reduction. It is logical, and it is quick to learn all the commands. You have to be extra conscious when you are using these earphones. Because they are small in size and there is a lot of risks that you might lose them and that will be a big loss because using only one earbud is like you have only one ear.


After a long time, Sennheiser also comes in the market with the new in-ear headphones which are designed more precisely. Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless earphones price in Australia ranges from 480$ to 500$ AUD. These headphones are slightly expensive to buy but they will give the best quality sound.