Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless Headphones £189 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless Headphones £189 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Found 15th Apr
The Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 is the 2nd generation of the range bringing enhanced comfort, folding ear pads and Active Noise Cancellation. Combining the wireless freedom that you crave with Sennheisers signature Momentum sound, these headphones deliver a peak performance.

Featuring Bluetooth® technology with aptX, the Momentum 2.0 can stream music directly from compatible devices, releasing a CD-quality sound for up to 22 hours. You can even control the sounds and calls from your Smartphone with an integrated in-line mic/remote.

Leveraging the compact size and portability, the Momentum 2.0 can be taken with you anywhere, at any time. A new hinge system on the ear cups allows for the headset to be folded up and conveniently transported or stowed away.

Exclusive materials such as stainless steel and real leather luxuriously finish off the overall appearance of the Momentum 2.0. The closed-back design of the headphones help to create a truer sound-scape while cutting down on background noise and sound leak. Better still, the Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 also features Active Noise Cancellation so even the ultimate of inconveniences does not disturb your music listening.
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If my Sony MK3's did not have so many gadgets on them, I would still be using my SM2.0's everyday, had mine about 4 years now and never had one issue with them, hate to say it, but I prefer the sound of these, to my old Bose Quiet Comfort 35 ll's, brilliant price at less than £200 quid, so just buy them!
bitcoin513 m ago

If my Sony MK3's did not have so many gadgets on them, I would still be …If my Sony MK3's did not have so many gadgets on them, I would still be using my SM2.0's everyday, had mine about 4 years now and never had one issue with them, hate to say it, but I prefer the sound of these, to my old Bose Quiet Comfort 35 ll's, brilliant price at less than £200 quid, so just buy them!


How is sound quality vs sony?

I suppose NC is miles ahead on sony.
NC isn't as good as Bose or Sony but boy is the sound quality something from a decent source like tidal (mqa or hifi) and a decent phone / dac. Hot
Ruffuz14 m ago

How is sound quality vs sony?I suppose NC is miles ahead on sony.


The mid's on the sony's are spectacular, the SM2.0's are not that far behind, its the higher frequency bass, where the sony takes over and shines, yes the noise cancellation is not as good, but tbh, when you are listening to hi-res 192+ audio or flac files, on either, they are both naturally good!

They are both worth the money and with the sonys getting close to sub £240 on eglobal again, it would be a tough choice if i could only have either or!!!

As @Lower_for_Longer has already said it, tidal mqa is just stunning on them!
I have them, brilliant headset, my son has the Bose quiet comfort 35 both very similar although I think the Bose look better.
bitcoin520 m ago

The mid's on the sony's are spectacular, the SM2.0's are not that far … The mid's on the sony's are spectacular, the SM2.0's are not that far behind, its the higher frequency bass, where the sony takes over and shines, yes the noise cancellation is not as good, but tbh, when you are listening to hi-res 192+ audio or flac files, on either, they are both naturally good!They are both worth the money and with the sonys getting close to sub £240 on eglobal again, it would be a tough choice if i could only have either or!!!As @Lower_for_Longer has already said it, tidal mqa is just stunning on them!


I have sm2 and very happy with sq, nc is fine.
I am annoyed with design though... And find headband little bit painful after some time.
Edited by: "Ruffuz" 15th Apr
Design is personal taste; however, in reference to sound I found them excellent with FLACS with my LGv20 which has a quad dac
Edited by: "RaiKush" 15th Apr
RaiKush2 m ago

Design is personal taste; however, in reference to soind I found them …Design is personal taste; however, in reference to soind I found them excellent with FLACS with my LGv20 which has a quad dac


But is that in wired mode?
Ruffuz13 m ago

But is that in wired mode?


Yes
Ruffuz1 h, 21 m ago

How is sound quality vs sony?I suppose NC is miles ahead on sony.


NC is not good on these however I prefer the sounds quality of these than my Sony xm3. Also I prefer the comfort of these than the Sony's.
Very tempted, but only because my Bose QC25s leak a fair bit of sound (outwards). However, I've never found anything quite so comfortable to wear for long periods as the QC25s.
Edited by: "SlightlyFoxed" 15th Apr
RaiKush2 h, 9 m ago

Design is personal taste; however, in reference to sound I found them …Design is personal taste; however, in reference to sound I found them excellent with FLACS with my LGv20 which has a quad dac


But like myself I suspect that most people will be using these headphones wirelessly.
christech8110 m ago

But like myself I suspect that most people will be using these headphones …But like myself I suspect that most people will be using these headphones wirelessly.


No harm in that, but its nice to have the best of both worlds
Ruffuz12 h, 16 m ago

I have sm2 and very happy with sq, nc is fine.I am annoyed with design …I have sm2 and very happy with sq, nc is fine.I am annoyed with design though... And find headband little bit painful after some time.


Easy fix! I find them waay too tight. In the metal headband I slowly worked along flexing it quite hard to straighten it slightly. Worked a treat and perfect fit now. Best method I found was lots of little adjustments, done want to go too far!
slamukdeals11 h, 30 m ago

NC is not good on these however I prefer the sounds quality of these than …NC is not good on these however I prefer the sounds quality of these than my Sony xm3. Also I prefer the comfort of these than the Sony's.


I went for these as I find the Bose NC far too aggressive like an electronic finger being wedged hard in your ear which distracted from the music. The Sennheiser has quite good noise isolation when turned off, and when on it cuts out most of the low frequency background rumble. Personal preference of course
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