Conclusion: The Sennheiser Momentum on-ear headphones are accurate in delivering sound quality but it’s not designed for long periods of usage. With a price tag of $230, it failed to live up to my expectations.
Pros: + Accurate sound signature,
+ Old-fashioned retro design
Cons: - Pricey for an on-ear headphone,
Summary: I got these headphones about a year ago. During this years I used these headphones on a constant basis. I had previously upgraded from the Sennheiser Amperior which hurt my ears (because the on ear design crushes the shape of my ears). Getting into the details
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Pros: They're comfortable. Sound quality isn't bad
Cons: They're ugly, they aren't exciting, they're poorly built, they're not worth the money
Summary: I've owned the Sennheiser Momentum for about a year now. Though it is aesthetically pleasing, and very sturdy overall, I can honestly say that it isn't worth the $300.
I enjoyed the mids, which are very warm and smooth. However, treble sounds very veiled.
Pros: Very warm mids, great overall construction, fantastic design, descent isolation
Cons: Lacks detail, almost no soundstage, earpads very small, expensive
Summary: I will first start by declaring that I'm no audiophile, and that this is just a review coming from an average consumer. I know a lot of you will facepalm by my review, but I will post it anyway.
One year ago I bought the ATH-M50, coming from a Beat Solo HD headphone (yeah, I know).
Excerpt: Sennheiser make quality headphones, in fact in my recent visit to a high end audio establishment they were the only brand they stocked and sold that I recognised that was on sale in more normal high street outlets as well as online.
Excerpt: My first go at Sennheiser Momentum headphones has gone without a single hitch. The Momentum offer an attractive alternative to either the Beats audio range or pretty much anything else on the market at the moment.