Momentum Sennheiser headphones have a modern distinctive design and detailed lifelike sound. Luxurious and comfortable, they incorporate Pittards renowned British leather, providing breathability and softness over the headband and earpads. Underlined by a full metal construction for quality and durability, these headphones are as stylish as they are precision engineered.
Plug the supplied cable with integrated smart remote into your iPhone, iPad or iPod and you can change the volume, select tracks and take phone calls.
- Fine leather and high-quality metal materials for luxury and style
- Powerful neodymium magnets deliver volume with accuracy
- Around-the-ear design for comfort and noise isolation
- Metal earcup slider on headband for durability and comfort
- In-line remote and mic for use with iPhone, iPod and iPad
Did you notice?Incorporates fine leather from Pittards, who have been producing leather at Somerset in England since 1826.
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What's in the Box?
- Sennheiser Momentum Over-Ear Headphones
- iPhone and iPod cable with integrated smart remote and microphone
- 6.3 mm jack adaptor plug
- Frequency Response: 16 Hz - 22,000 Hz
- Impedance: 32 Ohms
- THD: <0.5% (1 kHz/94 dB)
- Other Features: With Remote and Mic, Stereo
- Form Factor: Over Ear
- Cable Length: 140 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: 505630sen
- UPC or EAN No.: 615104241978
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Ratings & Reviews
Best headphones I've owned
Bought these after the reduction in price as the momentum 2.0 headphones' release is imminent. These headphones are a great all-ro Bought these after the reduction in price as the momentum 2.0 headphones' release is imminent. These headphones are a great all-rounder. They sound great for almost all the music I have listened to so far, and as someone else mentioned, with these headphones you really can tell the difference between songs that are well made and those that aren't. However, these headphones will definitely leave bass-loving listeners wanting for more. After living with my Apple EarPods for quite some time, the reduction in bass in the Sennheisers was quite shocking. Dubstep and heavy dance tracks are definitely not suited to this headphone and I prefer even my Apple EarPods over these for this. These by no means sound bad with this music but there are definitely better alternatives out there if that is your primary listening category. However, the clarity of these for everything else is simply astounding and I would recommend these for anyone other than for the people mentioned above. …
- Written by Matthew G from Southend-on-Sea
Much higher fidelity than many cans
These are very good cans. There seem to be four main approaches to headphones - thumping bass for headbangers, like Dr Beats; smoo These are very good cans. There seem to be four main approaches to headphones - thumping bass for headbangers, like Dr Beats; smooth, rich with rolled off treble, like Bose; bright and tizzy, but no true upper frequency extension, like many cheap cans, and neutral. These fall into the neutral category. They are well engineered, sound clear and are truthful. Well produced music sounds amazing. Bad production ruthlessly exposed. They are comfortable too on my head, but then we're all different. They are also more neutral than the cheaper Momentum on ear version which have a warmer and bassier sound but less mid range clarity and air. Oh, and there's a huge soundstage with this on-ear version. These cans are keepers. …
- Written by William O from New Malden
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Has anyone run these through a portable DAC and into an iPod?
- Asked by Will P
I have. The DAC is an HRTmicrostreamer. Works well. Basically my travel set up is ipod touch 5th I have. The DAC is an HRTmicrostreamer. Works well. Basically my travel set up is ipod touch 5th gen >> lightning to USB cable >> USB A to USB mini B cable >> DAC >> Sennheiser Momentum. Volume needs to be quite high on ipod touch (or ipad) but just normal volume when the same set up goes from my my MacBook.
I feed it with high (CD) quality streams (via TIDAL service) and it sounds great. However, these things are very subjective and what works for me as a good sound might not work for you! …
- Answered by David F
Has anybody taken these headphones on a flight or a long journey. If so, what are they like?
- Asked by Graeme F
Perfect for longhaul. Very comfy. No noise.
- Answered by Anthony M
Are the Sennheiser Momentum Over Ear Headphones Compatible with the MacBook Air?
- Asked by Annette P from Perth
Yes, it uses the standard 3.5mm jack
- Answered by Haeison R from Essendon
Can I skype on my iPad using this microfone?
- Asked by Pam D from Sydney
Whats the better headphone or what are their diferences, b&w p5 or the momentum? Thanks
- Asked by Brando L from Queretaro
Both headphones sound really great however the Momentums offer a slightly better soundstage due to b Both headphones sound really great however the Momentums offer a slightly better soundstage due to being around the ear headphones instead of on the ear like the P5s. Personally I prefer the P5s as I find them more comfortable and I really like the design. The Momentums are comfortable too they just don't fit my head as nicely as the p5s. You really can't go wrong with either pair. …
- Answered by Chai L from Mount Isa