The Sennheiser Momentum 4 is among the best wireless headphones with electronic noise cancellation (ANC). But they come at a price. Now Sennheiser is declaring a price war on noise-free wireless music with a brand new model, the Sennheiser Accentum Wireless.
“The Accentum Wireless is designed to be better than the price, and it has much of the most coveted DNA from our award-winning Momentum 4,” says Christian Ern, Senior Product Manager, Sennheiser, and continues. “Consumers get impressive Sennheiser sound without sacrificing battery life or the wireless freedom that makes them so comfortable to use all day long.”
Scattered in between the many superlatives in the press release, we can deduce that the Accentum has 37 mm dynamic drivers and ambient noise reduction through both ANC and passive isolation. However, it is not stated whether the noise cancellation is variable and whether the headphones have an ambient mode. So we have to assume that these are features you’ll have to buy the more expensive Momentum to get…
After three years, Sennheiser has finally updated their Momentum wireless headphones. And they do not disappoint.
What is certain is that the Sennheiser Accentum has Bluetooth 5.2 with multipoint and supports aptX HD, as well as AAC and SBC. A usage time of up to 50 hours on a single charge is promised. In a pinch, you can charge enough for five hours of listening in 10 minutes.
Price and availability
Accentum Wireless will be available in black and white. The black model can be ordered now and will be delivered from 4 October. The white version will be available from the end of November. They will have a suggested European price of €180. Or about half the price of the Momentum 4 Wireless.