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Sennheiser launches second generation of its Momentum headphones line

Audio maker Sennheiser has introduced the second generation of its Momentum headphones during CES

Michael Hatamoto | Jan 6, 2015 at 02:39 pm CST (0 mins, 50 secs reading time)

CES 2015 - Audio maker Sennheiser has expanded its Momentum headphones line, including new Momentum wireless and Momentum on-ear wireless models. The new models have increased wearing comfort and a new foldable headband design.

Sennheiser launches second generation of its Momentum headphones line | TweakTown.com

Sennheiser included NFC technology so pairing the headset to a mobile device is even easier - with the Apt-X codec helping deliver better sound quality. The wireless headphones also make use of NoiseGard active noise cancellation, with ambient noise monitored and blocked. Calls can be answered directly through the headphones, and music volume control is integrated.

The new Momentum headphones will be available starting in January, with support for Google Android, Apple iOS and Microsoft Windows devices.

"The Momentum headphones represent our uncompromised vision and passion to go further and push for something even better," said Charles Cha, product manager at Sennheiser Consumer Electronics, in a press statement. "Momentum never stands still, which is why we are launching the second generation of Momentum headphones, with greater comfort, convenience and innovative new wireless models."

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