Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless review

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  • Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless
  • Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless
  • Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless
  • Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless
  • Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless

Specs / Features


Overview
Type Over-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date September 6, 2019
Size 23.1 x 19.3 x 10.4 cm (9.1 x 7.6 x 4.1 in)
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Gear Hungry

It features Sennheiser’s superior acoustic technologies combined with an intuitive design

from Gear Hungry

Sennheiser designed the Momentum Wireless to help you rediscover superior sound. It helps you experience your music just the way you like them. It has enough technological features to make this noise cancelling headphone your last pair for the 21st century.

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Sennheiser designed the Momentum Wireless to help you rediscover superior sound. It helps you experience your music just the way you like them. It has enough technological features to make this noise cancelling headphone your last pair for the 21st century.

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Sound Guys

Fashionable, functional noise cancelling headphones

from Sound Guys

The Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 3 headphones build upon the Momentum line while retaining the same grade-A build quality and style. Connection quality is excellent in part due to the Bluetooth 5.0 firmware and an array of high-quality Bluetooth codec support. If you want a snazzy pair of headpho...More

The Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 3 headphones build upon the Momentum line while retaining the same grade-A build quality and style. Connection quality is excellent in part due to the Bluetooth 5.0 firmware and an array of high-quality Bluetooth codec support. If you want a snazzy pair of headphones and aren’t bothered by the high cost, the Momentum Wireless 3 could be your next travel buddy.

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What Mobile

A fantastic pair of overhead headphones

from What Mobile

These are well worth considering as the ANC & Sound quality is really good and it’s a great attempt from Sennheiser that has not brought out an over-head pair of headphones for some time now.  One other thing that might put people off is the price at £349 there are others like the Jabra...More

These are well worth considering as the ANC & Sound quality is really good and it’s a great attempt from Sennheiser that has not brought out an over-head pair of headphones for some time now.  One other thing that might put people off is the price at £349 there are others like the Jabra’s or the Sony pair that are just a slight step above on some factors. However, if you want premium sound you have to pay a premium price.

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RTINGS

Comfortable and very well-built design, good audio reproduction

from RTINGS

Decent for mixed usage. These headphones have a good audio reproduction and also a decent ANC feature. They're quite versatile for traveling or to use at the office and enjoy your favorite music with good fidelity. They aren’t designed for sports or gaming, but can be used for watching TV if you have a low-latency dongle.

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Decent for mixed usage. These headphones have a good audio reproduction and also a decent ANC feature. They're quite versatile for traveling or to use at the office and enjoy your favorite music with good fidelity. They aren’t designed for sports or gaming, but can be used for watching TV if you have a low-latency dongle.

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International Business Times

Classy build with a classy sound

from International Business Times

The Momentum 3 is not for everybody; it was made and tuned specifically for a targeted crowd. For those who need a pair of headphones that doesn't look out of place at work or on the go with formal attire, the metal and leather look will put no one to shame. To take full advantage of the sound re...More

The Momentum 3 is not for everybody; it was made and tuned specifically for a targeted crowd. For those who need a pair of headphones that doesn't look out of place at work or on the go with formal attire, the metal and leather look will put no one to shame. To take full advantage of the sound reproduction of these cans, the Momentum 3 is a solid choice for those whose appreciates details and nuance in your blues, folk music, jazz, and classical tunes.

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Gear Patrol

A beautiful blend of old and new

from Gear Patrol

The Momentum Wireless 3 sound, look and feel great. What these headphones do best, however, is they blend all the new-age features that people want (and weren’t available on Sennheiser’s previous headphones) with the old things that people will want (like buttons!). If you like the industrial...More

The Momentum Wireless 3 sound, look and feel great. What these headphones do best, however, is they blend all the new-age features that people want (and weren’t available on Sennheiser’s previous headphones) with the old things that people will want (like buttons!). If you like the industrial design and you’re comfortable forking over $400 on headphones, these headphones are fantastic.

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TrustedReviews

Outstanding sound quality

from TrustedReviews

Sennheiser's Momentum Wireless prove to be a knockout combination of reasonably effective noise-cancelling, luxurious build and epic sound quality. They're perhaps not the best noise-cancelling headphones out there, but in terms of sound quality, they prove to be an irresistible pair of headphones.

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Sennheiser's Momentum Wireless prove to be a knockout combination of reasonably effective noise-cancelling, luxurious build and epic sound quality. They're perhaps not the best noise-cancelling headphones out there, but in terms of sound quality, they prove to be an irresistible pair of headphones.

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AndroidPIT

Pure sound to the rhythm of your needs

from AndroidPIT

Beautiful design, comfortable to wear even for long periods of time and able to deliver a clean and detailed sound. The different levels of ANC make them versatile when travelling in the city or in other contexts where it is necessary to maintain a certain contact with the surrounding environment...More

Beautiful design, comfortable to wear even for long periods of time and able to deliver a clean and detailed sound. The different levels of ANC make them versatile when travelling in the city or in other contexts where it is necessary to maintain a certain contact with the surrounding environment while the small details on which Sennheiser has focused, such as support for voice assistants, the Tile tracker or the block for cable connection, make them simply complete and suitable for different needs.

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Ausdroid

A ground-breaking, premium headphone experience

from Ausdroid

Momentum Wireless truly aren’t cheap. Considering you can get headphones which much the same features and comfort for $350-$399, you’d want to get something extra from Sennheiser to make the price a bit more palatable. Fortunately, the audio quality is truly excellent – as Sennheiser usuall...More

Momentum Wireless truly aren’t cheap. Considering you can get headphones which much the same features and comfort for $350-$399, you’d want to get something extra from Sennheiser to make the price a bit more palatable. Fortunately, the audio quality is truly excellent – as Sennheiser usually delivers – and for the audiophile, there’s few real comparisons to make. These are simply better than the competition.

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JimsReviewRoom

Outperformed audio

from JimsReviewRoom

But where the Momentum Wireless really shines.   Where it outperforms my Bose QC35ii, offers more finesse than the 1000xm3 and performs just a smidge under the Bose 700… is the mid-range.  Vocal work and instruments are clearly identifiable with being ever so slightly forward, and if you use...More

But where the Momentum Wireless really shines.   Where it outperforms my Bose QC35ii, offers more finesse than the 1000xm3 and performs just a smidge under the Bose 700… is the mid-range.  Vocal work and instruments are clearly identifiable with being ever so slightly forward, and if you use the app and bump it up to the slight upper right – increasing treble a bit –  the Momentum’s has a bit of airiness to the audio signature. There is detail and fidelity present that’s very much on-par with other competitors with similar balanced audio sound signatures.  The minute difference that I can tell is the sound-stage, audio separation and audio direction. 

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