Sennheiser has launched its first truly wireless earbuds, the Momentum True Wireless with 4-hour battery life and 7mm drivers along with Qualcomm AptX support
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Sennheiser’s Momentum portfolio has added the Momentum True Wireless earbuds, priced at Rs. 24,990. This is the first pair of truly wireless earbuds from Sennheiser and marks the German audio manufacturer’s foray into the truly wireless space.
"The Momentum True Wireless truly redefines the audio benchmark and raises the bar for wearable sound," said Kapil Gulati, Director, Consumer Segment, Sennheiser India. The truly wireless earbuds have 4 hour battery life, which can be extended thanks to the integrated battery in the carrying case. The earbuds also feature 2 microphones for better noise cancellation and beamforming, which together allow the Momentum True Wireless to offer “Transparent Hearing.” This feature essentially allows ambient sound to come in through one of the earpieces, regardless of whether music is playing or not. We’ve seen Sony implement the same functionality in their flagship 1000X series of headphones.
The Momentum True Wireless earbuds also offer voice control of IoT devices thanks to Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant integration. While the earbuds naturally support AAC codec, there is also support for Qualcomm’s AptX as well. Best of all, the earbuds are splash resistant and the case comes wrapped in premium cloth.
Lastly, Sennheiser has also developed a dedicated app for the earbuds. The app allows for tweaking the sound signature of the earbuds by means of the equalizer settings, along with giving options for smart pause, auto-accepting calls and even configuring voice assistant access.
The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless is priced at Rs 24,990, and is the more expensive option in the truly wireless earbuds space. Bose has its SoundSport Free Wireless priced at Rs 18,990 and Jabra has the Jabra Elite 65t priced at Rs 13,499. Samsung too has its Galaxy Buds, a truly wireless pair of earbuds that costs Rs 9,990. The truly wireless earbud space is teaming with options across multiple price segments, which is great for users.
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