Sennheiser Momentum I In-Ear Headphones
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Test report: Sennheiser Momentum I In-Ear Headphones
The Sennheiser Momentum In Ear Headphone provides a perfect combination of processing, materials and sound.Sennheiser is a premium headphone manufacturer from Germany, which has expanded the Momentum range.Through the Momentum In-Ear, there are earphones of the extra class and Sennheiser is hardly expected anything else. The sound is more than convincing, the workmanship is outstanding and the design is noble. If you're looking at the Momentum In-Ear headphones regarding the design, you'll find this to be a habit. This is especially the case with color selection. In the case of the earphones the case is held in large parts in only one color and this can be called as wine red metallic. Although this sounds strange, the design is noble and purist.Sennheiser hardly expects anything else, as there are high-quality materials for the production. For the acoustic parts, for example, high-grade stainless steel is used and not plastic. The cables are relatively knot-resistant, because they are flat. On the one hand the cables were colored dark red and on the other side they are black.Matching to the headphones, there is the practical transport box with red seams and the color black. At the delivery are the headphones on a kind of plastic coil and there is also a remote control with it. The silicone mountings in three sizes are also part of the scope of delivery.
The soundThe weight of the Momentum In-Ear headphones is only 16 grams and it is a real little masterpiece. The Momentum Over and On Eears offer a slightly more modern, not quite neutral sound, and anyone who likes it will not be disappointed by the In-Ears. The Momentum In-Eear's full potential is particularly great with very bass-heavy songs and the sound is also very good in the songs without a massive bass. The Momentum In-Eear sounds particularly clear in the treble.
The processingOverall, the product initially looks like the market-standard set of an upscale price class. The earphones were made of aluminum and plastic and the color is silver-red-black. The processing of the headphones works very well overall.In the typical Y version the cable appears and for the two cable strings in the earphones and it is provided with a small plastic ring. There is an operating element for manual switching or volume control, and this is also black-red.The pressure point of the buttons is very good, but a fine click sound is missing. With the handset, there are two versions and so the i-model for the iPads and iPhones and the G model for Android devices and Galaxy smartphones. Overall, the processing is very good, the headphones look appealing and thanks to the reinforced cable connections should be a certain longevity.
The handlingThe silicone inserts are light gray and can be easily replaced. In the ear, the silicone attachments feel very soft.Very pleasing is that even very small attachments are found, where people with smaller ears manage very well. The shape may look unusual at first sight, but placement in the ear is simple and everything is solid. The depths are realistic and the sound is clear. The basses are more natural and they sound good. Altogether, a very good sounding experience is offered. The design is noise-isolating and this is absolutely useful on the road.
The price-performance ratio is absolutely in order and hardly in-ear earphones are discovered, which offer a more outstanding processing, higher-quality materials and a more great sound. Many users can hardly think the headphones out of everyday life. Audio book lovers and music lovers will get their money's worth. The earphones are delivered within a compact box. There are the earphones themselves, the silicone inserts in size L, M and S and a small transport bag. By the price the headphones belonged rather to the premium class. There is a flawless processing, an appealing look and a good sound.