Excerpt: Fits great. Owning the over the ear ones for a while and being extremely satisfied with those, I couldn't wait until these came out for daily use out and about. I pre ordered them and had to wait for about a month until they came out. Overall appearance is dlightly beliw the rest of the momentum line, does not have the luxureous feel abd touch. Sound is crisp, a little light on base I have to say (even from someone who listens mostly to (indie)rock).
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
Where do I even start? The flimsy stainless steel headband. Some of the metal in the headband is cut out making it forked. Immediate when I first got it I was disappointed.
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. I enjoy headphones that roll off a bit on the treble, but the Momentums just take it too far, yielding very muddy high frequencies.
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). Although the Beats and ATH-M50s were at approximately the same price, I was simply stunned by the open sound, the tight bass and crisp sounds from the ATH-M50s.
Amazing sound.... when you can get them to stay in your ear.
Amazon Customer "Amazon Customer", Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: I've always bought Sennheiser, so when i lost my MM30i (~£35), i thought i'd treat myself to something better quality. At more than double to cost they should impress. Bottom line is the sounds is fantastic, i just can't get them to stay in my ear! PROS: - Sound quality is great. - Deep bass that i've not heard from in-eat headphones - Thick cable means it doesn't tangle, unlike my 30i's CON: - And it's a big con - they don't stay in my ears.
Summary: Its a really good headset sound quality was amazing but after couple 1 of 2 hours it starts to hurt my ears really bad. So not very comfortable for me. People with small ears will be fine with it. I might buy the Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 whenever they are in stock here.
Impressive audio. Grows uncomfortable after only a few songs (I have small ears)
mike sampier, Amazon
13 January 2015
Summary: The first thing I noticed about these headphones was when I listened to a song I have listened to many times. I noticed various lines of guitar and other instruments that I never noticed with previous headphones. My first reaction was great! Until they started to get uncomfortable - quickly. My ears are normal, if even on the smaller side and it was and still is difficult to find the sweet spot where they aren't so uncomfortable.
Summary: Sound Amazing, built amazing but don't work on my HTC ONE M8... by that i mean the volume buttons do not adjust the volume and skip tracks instead, not ideal. Guess i'll have to keep hunting for a pair of earphones that do all that i need them to.
Great sound, but uncomfortable after even short periods
R. Thomas, Amazon
12 December 2014
Summary: Bought these for the Black Friday price of £135 so can't complain with that, and the sound on these headphones was excellent, really enjoyed listening to them - the only downside was that after about 30 minutes use I would have to remove them or be constantly adjusting them due to the discomfort they caused me, mainly on the headband.