The Sennheiser Accentum Wireless looks an awful lot like the most recent Momentum, but without the accompanying price tag.
The Sennheiser Accentum Wireless is – so to speak – the affordable sibling m/f of the Momentum 4. But make no mistake: despite its fairly accessible price of $180 (€179.90), you get a lot of features in return. The Bluetooth 5.2-capable headphones can handle the aptX, aptX GD, AAC, mSBC, CVSD and SBC codecs. In other words: things must get really weird if you can’t achieve optimal data transfer. ANC has also been implemented, consisting of an active part and appropriate passive acoustic system specially designed for ‘silence’. 37mm drivers guarantee a frequency range of 10 Hz to 22 kHz.
The Sennheiser Accentum features a sturdy battery that, when fully charged, is good for up to 50 hours of playing time. In other words, it will last for a day or so of heavy use. Naturally, hands-free calling is not a problem; two built-in microphones feature wind-noise reduction. Which in turn should lead to excellent intelligibility at the receiving end.
You can choose between a black version (already available) or a white one, which will be available from the end of November.