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Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless In-Ear Headphones - £219 @ Amazon

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Posted 23rd Jun
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I've been looking at them recently, but have decided to save my cash and waste it on put it towards another frivolous tech item instead (a Valve Index)
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If you’re looking for the absolute best sound quality on a pair of true wireless earbuds, get either these or the Master & Dynamics MW07, good price hot(y)
Good earphones but based on reviews on amazon seem to be plagued by problems like fast battery drain when not in use etc.

I'll wait for the technology to mature more before spending this much on these earphones. Don't think there is enough value in these at the moment to justify the price.

I am using the 1More E1026 I got for 50 quid and they are really good
I tried my friends at work and tbh I think the Samsung wireless sound better. I think wireless buds so subjective as it depends on how they fit in your ears
Good price, as long as you do not mind 2 giant size teacup things sticking out of your ears!

If you were lucky enough to bag an S10+ from eGlobal cheap, grab some "real" true wireless Mavin Air-XN's with Qualcomm’s TrueWireless Stereo Plus, nothing even comes close, once you have some 1-bit Flac's running through them
I tried a pair of these for a week,they sound incredible, very detailed with great instrument separation.
they sound better than the very best over head bluetooth headphones such as Sony XM3,Bose QC35,B&O H9,Sennheiser PX350
if you want amazing sound quality,but in-ear formfactor, these are the best out there.
also after updating to the latest firmware I didn't notice any issues such as fast drain etc at all.
I didn't keep them because I don't like in-ear formfactor.otherwise there were the best sounding bluetooth headphones (and I owned/compared over 10 pairs of well reviewed sets).
Edited by: "koskesh" 23rd Jun
bitcoin523/06/2019 20:40

Good price, as long as you do not mind 2 giant size teacup things sticking …Good price, as long as you do not mind 2 giant size teacup things sticking out of your ears!I


I have small ears and these definitely didn't stick out of my ears and they don't look giant. if anything they look very stylish and premium yet discreet unlike any other in-ear set I've seen.
Top 2 best inear fully wireless earphones.. Todate
bitcoin523/06/2019 20:40

Good price, as long as you do not mind 2 giant size teacup things sticking …Good price, as long as you do not mind 2 giant size teacup things sticking out of your ears!If you were lucky enough to bag an S10+ from eGlobal cheap, grab some "real" true wireless Mavin Air-XN's with Qualcomm’s TrueWireless Stereo Plus, nothing even comes close, once you have some 1-bit Flac's running through them


Do you know where I can find more info on those Mavin Air-XN? Can’t seem to find anything on them
Tried these and b&o e8 2.0

Jabra Elite 65t blows them both out of the water for the fraction of the price.

Airpods are the best on the market but not great at sound isolation hence I have to use Jabras.
Edited by: "padamowicz93" 23rd Jun
Get the creative outlier air for 70 quid. Better than jabra elites.
Edited by: "adam_rockon" 23rd Jun
Has anybody had any durability issues with these? I had a pair of Zolo Liberty+'s, but had huge issues with diminished volume in just one of the buds. I returned my first pair and had the same issue again with the replacement. I switched to Airpods and though they aren't great they do at least last. That said, if the above actually works i would happily switch from the Airpods.
Are the Sennheiser TWS the best, yes. Are they £200+ better than the best budget options, no. I'd also go for the Creative Outlier Air instead
Edited by: "Wezi" 23rd Jun
Just buying some Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 True Wireless in-ear Monitors , Bluetooth 5, Graphene enhanced drivers, great battery life from Amazon for £120, they've had good reviews.
MentalFloss23/06/2019 20:39

Good earphones but based on reviews on amazon seem to be plagued by …Good earphones but based on reviews on amazon seem to be plagued by problems like fast battery drain when not in use etc.I'll wait for the technology to mature more before spending this much on these earphones. Don't think there is enough value in these at the moment to justify the price.I am using the 1More E1026 I got for 50 quid and they are really good


Try the jabra elite 65t, they really are very good and cheap
Sret43rg23/06/2019 21:18

Do you know where I can find more info on those Mavin Air-XN? Can’t seem t …Do you know where I can find more info on those Mavin Air-XN? Can’t seem to find anything on them

mavinlife.com/pro…php
I had these and sold them as not a huge difference between these at £200 and QCY 2 for £20. Yes, there was a noticeable difference but not £200 difference. QCY have better battery, connection (kept on getting initisl connection problems on the Sennheiser removed from case on Note 9, whereas qcy automatically connected everytime). The sennheiser are quite warm sounding and are not better than then 1000xm3 which i also had as per someone elses comment. Better than the bose though (not tried b&o h9i). Do mot spend this much on true wireless earphones yet, there isnt a huge difference netween cheap ones and these. Also I found the QCY more comfortable and lighter.

Ultimatey it came down to connectivety, comfort and battery life. I might give the creative outlier a go or the marven
Edited by: "Naqvi" 23rd Jun
padamowicz9323/06/2019 21:36

Tried these and b&o e8 2.0Jabra Elite 65t blows them both out of the water …Tried these and b&o e8 2.0Jabra Elite 65t blows them both out of the water for the fraction of the price.Airpods are the best on the market but not great at sound isolation hence I have to use Jabras.


The Jabra Elite are woeful I sent them back - Tinny sound, huge & cumbersome to use
badone23/06/2019 22:06

Just buying some Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 True Wireless in-ear Monitors …Just buying some Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 True Wireless in-ear Monitors , Bluetooth 5, Graphene enhanced drivers, great battery life from Amazon for £120, they've had good reviews.


Sending mine back, the memory foam tips split on the first attempt at removing them...and didn’t feel confident they’d stay in.
Had jabras elite 65t for a month and they are not much better than my old LG Tone HBS-900 neckband which u can get from Cex for £18 and they work with Aptx so sound is very good and very comfortable to use even for couple hours. Just owe Bose sounds sport free for £119 which I bought refurbish but send them back as they were faulty and got brand new pair. Sound is much better in Bose and u can hear the difference straight away. Every song is like in 5.1 surround sound compare to jabras where sound is very flat.

Link for LG Check out this item on CeX:
LG Tone - HBS-900 Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headset
WeSell for:£18.00
WeBuy for Cash:£8.00
WeBuy for Voucher:£12.00
webuy.com/pro…900
Good price reduction but stupid expensive. Probably worth checking the Sabbat E12 or the 1more E1026BT (£45-55)
John.Mason23/06/2019 22:20

Try the jabra elite 65t, they really are very good and cheap


I second that, had them a few months and they are excellent. The only let down is the tips that come with them are hit and miss. You can actually buy spare foam tips from the official jabra ebay store for the elite sport buds, and they fit these great. Much more sounbd islating.
Keith_Moon23/06/2019 22:36

The Jabra Elite are woeful I sent them back - Tinny sound, huge & …The Jabra Elite are woeful I sent them back - Tinny sound, huge & cumbersome to use


Which model? I find the elite 65t's sound very impressive, cosidering what they are, they fit well, and compared to these sennheiser or bose soundsport free much smaller
Markgranto24/06/2019 09:03

Which model? I find the elite 65t's sound very impressive, cosidering what …Which model? I find the elite 65t's sound very impressive, cosidering what they are, they fit well, and compared to these sennheiser or bose soundsport free much smaller


Yeah the 65Ts - don't know why but for some reason the best sounding buds I've had so far have ironically been the free ones I got with my S10+. I assumed I was going to sell them as had tried so many wireless buds and they had all sounded woeful V wired. But the Samsung ones sound amazing & I'm now using them everyday.....I'm pretty sure because everyone has different earlobe sizes it's very subjective how wireless buds sound because they sit on ear very differently than traditional wired in ear. The Samsung's sit in mine absolutely perfectly.
Keith_Moon24/06/2019 09:08

Yeah the 65Ts - don't know why but for some reason the best sounding buds …Yeah the 65Ts - don't know why but for some reason the best sounding buds I've had so far have ironically been the free ones I got with my S10+. I assumed I was going to sell them as had tried so many wireless buds and they had all sounded woeful V wired. But the Samsung ones sound amazing & I'm now using them everyday.....I'm pretty sure because everyone has different earlobe sizes it's very subjective how wireless buds sound because they sit on ear very differently than traditional wired in ear. The Samsung's sit in mine absolutely perfectly.


I have a wired set that came with my S9, not even opened them, might give them a go!

I found the extra memory foam tips I bought from jabra made all the difference, they are designed for the elite sport, but fit these and the case perfectly. Think they were £7.99 for 3 large pairs.
Markgranto24/06/2019 09:22

I have a wired set that came with my S9, not even opened them, might give …I have a wired set that came with my S9, not even opened them, might give them a go!I found the extra memory foam tips I bought from jabra made all the difference, they are designed for the elite sport, but fit these and the case perfectly. Think they were £7.99 for 3 large pairs.


Yeah I didn't try any different tips to be fair. I have a pair of wired E11s with comply tips, they sound incredible, they're my go to when listening to music. But for day to day use really love the Samsung's, and they are perfect running as well, stay in my ears perfectly.
Let me save people some time... you will learn absolutely nothing about audio quality from these comments, or any other. It is preference.
Naqvi23/06/2019 22:35

I had these and sold them as not a huge difference between these at £200 …I had these and sold them as not a huge difference between these at £200 and QCY 2 for £20. Yes, there was a noticeable difference but not £200 difference. QCY have better battery, connection (kept on getting initisl connection problems on the Sennheiser removed from case on Note 9, whereas qcy automatically connected everytime). The sennheiser are quite warm sounding and are not better than then 1000xm3 which i also had as per someone elses comment. Better than the bose though (not tried b&o h9i). Do mot spend this much on true wireless earphones yet, there isnt a huge difference netween cheap ones and these. Also I found the QCY more comfortable and lighter.Ultimatey it came down to connectivety, comfort and battery life. I might give the creative outlier a go or the marven


Doesn't help you but if anyone else has issues on the MTW with connection on a Samsung phone, make sure bluetooth is on before taking them out of the case. I've not had any issues since making sure I did that on my S9+.

EndemicAlarm24/06/2019 10:52

Let me save people some time... you will learn absolutely nothing about …Let me save people some time... you will learn absolutely nothing about audio quality from these comments, or any other. It is preference.


Well most reviewers agree the MTW are the ones to pick if sound quality is what you want. But yes it doesn't account for taste or whether its worth the price.
Now £221.18.
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