Sennheiser Momentum M2 Wireless Noise Cancelling Around Ear £289.00 (£90.99 saving!) @ Home AV Direct
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Sennheiser Momentum M2 Wireless Noise Cancelling Around Ear £289.00 (£90.99 saving!) @ Home AV Direct

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Found 17th Mar 2016
I've been checking about 10 different websites EVERYDAY for a good deal on these headphones. Today I nearly wet myself when I saw Home AV Direct had 24% off (previously it was 3% off) and ordered the Ivory set straight away. Next day delivery (before 16:00) was free also so I should get them tomorrow!

I can't afford them so I used Paypal credit over 4 months at 0%

This specific model seems to be the hardest to get deals on - OVER/AROUND ear, Wireless, Ivory. But today was my day :'( I hope this helps somebody who's also been waiting for a sale on these.
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Poor reviews - too many BT issues.
Original Poster
exexpat

Poor reviews - too many BT issues.


That's old news. They fixed it.
They'd have to be really loud to block out the tirade of abuse I'd get for spending so much on earphones.
Banned
blutooth wireless headphones are the worst
Original Poster
skyarsenal

blutooth wireless headphones are the worst


They can be wired also as they have a detachable cable.
exexpat

Poor reviews - too many BT issues.


Totally fixed.

I bought a pair a few months back and they are the best BT Ive heard.
The wireless range is incredible . I have an underground garage and they dont lose any signal even with all the doors closed.
Original Poster
ThunderBolt

They'd have to be really loud to block out the tirade of abuse I'd get … They'd have to be really loud to block out the tirade of abuse I'd get for spending so much on earphones.


This is why I'm happy to spend my hard earned money on them:
- Choice of APTX bluetooth or cable (on the same model)
- Active Noise Cancellation
- High quality sound you'd expect from Sennheiser
- Well built and have a pleasing design
- I don't have the space for a speaker system.
This is a great deal, lowest price yet - people shouldn't be voting cold just because it's expensive: it's a great saving!
shadynuggetz

This is a great deal, lowest price yet - people shouldn't be voting cold … This is a great deal, lowest price yet - people shouldn't be voting cold just because it's expensive: it's a great saving!


I got them for £260 a few months back and that post went freezing to.
Have you checked the authenticity QR code on these yet? I have my doubts...
shadynuggetz

Have you checked the authenticity QR code on these yet? I have my … Have you checked the authenticity QR code on these yet? I have my doubts...



Why. Mine was all correct.
Scanned mine and it failed!
shadynuggetz

Scanned mine and it failed!


Go to the website and manually input it.
To be honest its a bunch of nonsense anyway. A code on the box but no serial number on the item. So all your really doing is authenticating the box it came in.
Edited by: "rhinopaul" 19th Mar 2016
Failed the manual input too.

There is a serial number on the item - it's under the ear pad. Mine matches the box which I'm not sure is a good or bad thing considering the box failed! Why you don't authenticate this number, not the box's, I don't know
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shadynuggetz

Failed the manual input too. There is a serial number on the item - it's … Failed the manual input too. There is a serial number on the item - it's under the ear pad. Mine matches the box which I'm not sure is a good or bad thing considering the box failed! Why you don't authenticate this number, not the box's, I don't know


So what does this actually mean then? If you're implying they're fake (do fakes exist?) then wouldn't it be clear by the build quality?
iguanapunk

So what does this actually mean then? If you're implying they're fake (do … So what does this actually mean then? If you're implying they're fake (do fakes exist?) then wouldn't it be clear by the build quality?


I had a serious problem before . I bought some from Amazon and sold them on ebay. The buyer then tried to state they were fake because the code said they were a different set.
I ended up losing the headphones and £200 paid back to the customer but luckily Sennheiser sent me a replacement free of charge.
There will always be fakes out there but this QR code business is just a stupid way of verifying, afterall you can always swap a fake set in a real box.
shadynuggetz

Failed the manual input too. There is a serial number on the item - it's … Failed the manual input too. There is a serial number on the item - it's under the ear pad. Mine matches the box which I'm not sure is a good or bad thing considering the box failed! Why you don't authenticate this number, not the box's, I don't know



If you dont want to keep them then contact Home Av and explain why you want to return for a refund. If they cause problems then contact Sennheiser who will then pass you to C3i Europe Ltd to investigate this further.
Original Poster
Well I received them on Monday (I missed my delivery on the Friday). They are niiiiiiiiiice. Love the sound cancellation, I had the washing machine on a spin, and my Nutrininja on a blend, and while I could hear them (both VERY loud) I was able to comfortably listen to a Sam Harris spoken word podcast without having to turn up the volume to a high level. I'm used to bass heavy music so the sound was different for me, but after a play around with the EQ I got it to a setting I was happy with and I'm really enjoying the sound quality. Bluetooth is fantastic using the APTx codec and haven't dropped the signal yet. When you place the leather ear cups on your head, it just feels luxury, that's my favourite part.
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