The true dimensions of the Sennheiser MOMENTUM In-Ear headphones can be measured not only by their uncompromising sound, but also in a wealth of little details – from the ultra-precise, stainless-steel sound tunnel to the three-button multifunction remote with integrated microphone.
Sleek and sophisticated
The design of the MOMENTUM In-Ear speaks a clear, consistent language. Over 200 contrasting red stitches grace the black-lacquered zipper on the soft-covered case that safely protects your earbuds. The black-and-red cable leads to a red, high-gloss housing. And the outstanding design also extends to their fit, with comfortable tips that sit just right.
Brilliant and powerful
There’s only one way to deliver uncompromising sound in a small package: by combining top-quality materials with superior craftsmanship. That’s why the acoustic components contain no plastic. They are made of high-quality stainless steel, manufactured using precision milling technology. It’s not a difference you can see – but one you’ll hear in the powerful yet nuanced sound signature.
Adaptable and ergonomic
You can forget about the MOMENTUM In-Ear. With their ergonomic, adjustable angle of 15°, the buds adapt so well to your ears that you’ll forget they are there. Thanks to the extra-small sound tunnel and a choice of four ear sleeves to fit any size ear, all you’ll experience is the pure sound.
Functional and durable
The range of In-Ear accessories is as broad as the In-Ear itself is tiny. Including a sturdy hard-shell case, intuitive remote for iPhone and Android, elliptical cable that minimizes tangling and sound loss, gold-plated jack and integrated hands-free microphone.
I was nearly put off by someones comment saying the earbud endings fall off easily? Yeah, that's not a problem. You dont even find that thing happening on £2 earphones so i dont know where they came up with that. These are great. I got student discount too fron Uni days:)))))
These are very good earphones, however like all earphones the ear-tips must be of the correct fit and provide a good seal in your ear canal, otherwise these will not perform to their full potential. Buy some ear-tips yourself if none of the provided tips provide the seal that you're looking for. A few tips: try using the biggest tip available first, and to get them to fit well, also gently pull on your ear while inserting the earphones, releasing your ear once the earphones are in place. You should hear a "vacuum" of sorts if the ear-tips are sealing properly. In addition, these benefit tremendously from an external DAC, like any good set of earphones. Get a DAC (the FiiO Q1 Mk II is very good) if you want to hear these pair of 'phones at their very best. Also, ear-tips aren't that prone to falling out, especially on my model, although admittedly I only recently bought them so only time will tell. I also cannot comment on the construction quality since I've only just bought them a week ago but they seem alright as of now.