Sennheiser grows its Momentum range with the all-new Momentum in-ear headphones

Get the Momentum sound in its smallest, most compact form
Sennheiser grows its Momentum range with the all-new Momentum in-ear headphones

Sennheiser’s fashionable on-ear and over the ear headphones are no strangers to us – they sounded as good as they looked in our reviews, and now, the company has expanded its range with the launch of an in-ear headphones model.

Named the Momentum In-Ear, the earphones is a premium, all-new acoustic design that aims to deliver the Sennheiser Momentum’s on-ear sound performance in a smaller and more compact form.

In terms of looks, the ear-canal phones are said to be crafted from the highest quality of materials – you’ll get nothing short of tough, impact-resistant polycarbonate and stainless steel components, to a mirror chrome detailing, and a dual-tone silhouette on its tangle-free elliptical cable.

READ MORE: Sennheiser Momentum review 

Looks aside, is it any good?

Sennheiser grows its Momentum range with the all-new Momentum in-ear headphones

As for functionality, it doesn’t falter either. It features a proprietary transducer technology (newly developed by Sennheiser) that carefully copies the signature sound that is characterised in the Momentum range.

Basically, this means you’ll get a more powerful bass response, detailed vocal projection in addition to great sound stage. It also boasts a custom-machined stainless steel acoustic pipe and high-quality dynamic speaker system for better sound.

The unit’s also very compact and durable and features a three-button in-line remote with an integrated mic for controlling music and taking calls. And you won’t have to worry about fit because the ear adapters come in several sizes.  

Sennheiser’s Momentum In-Ear headphones are available for purchase from the Sennheiser Concept Store at Marina Square and other retailers at S$149. You’ve got a choice in pick of one that is made for Apple iOS or Android and Windows smart devices. It also comes with a premium carrying case, as well as a two-year warranty.

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