CES 2015: Sennheiser Launches Momentum Wireless Headphones with NFC and Bluetooth

Now, Sennheiser headphones are out in new style and with big promises. The German-based audio product maker, Sennheiser has a reputation for offering high quality headphones and at a moderate price. The headphones had their unveiling at the CES 2015, at Las Vegas recently. The head phones like all time comes out with its improved sound profiles, comfort features and mainly with Bluetooth models. Yes! Sennheiser has introduced the second-gen Momentum headphones.

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This Headphones comes with minimalist design, great performance and also crafted with premium luxury material. The audio brand has released momentum-on-ear headphones and for the first time it has released wireless product.

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CES 2015: Sennheiser Launches Momentum Wireless Headphones

The Momentum On-Ear Wireless has Active Noise Cancellation alongwith a folding headband design for improved portability and wearing comfort. Both the Momentum Wireless and Momentum On-Ear Wireless come with NFC technology, apt-X codec which can be connected to any Bluetooth apt-X-enabled device for good sound quality.

CES 2015: Sennheiser Launches Momentum Wireless Headphones

Moreover, the new models have a three-button in-line remote with integrated mic along with built-in batteries which can last 22 hours and NoiseGrad noise cancellation technology uses four microphones built into the headphones to monitor and block ambient noise.

CES 2015: Sennheiser Launches Momentum Wireless Headphones

Coming in Black and Ivory colors, it is priced at $399 and $499 for on-ears and over-the-ears respectively. It has also launched Momentum in classic brown edition which is compatible for iOS device. Sennheiser wired Momentum On-Ear headphones will be available in Black, Ivory, Brown and Silver from January 2015.

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