|商品尺寸||169.42 x 8.38 x 25.15 cm; 725.75 克|
|包装清单||MOMENTUM i On-Ear Headphones with Microphone for iPad/iPhone/iPod (Brown)|
|功能用途||可折叠, Ios-phone-control, 轻质|
Sennheiser 森海塞尔 MOMENTUM 2.0 头戴式 棕色 不适用
- Closed back, on-ear model provides noise isolation and listening comfort in a compact, lightweight design
- Sennheiser engineered 18-ohm transducers deliver wide frequency response and high output levels when connected to portable audio devices
- Foldable stainless steel headband makes it easy to pack and store so Momentum On-Ear can travel with you.
- Two year warranty when purchased from an authorized Sennheiser dealer
The second generation MOMENTUM On-Ear headset brings signature Sennheiser sound to an updated iconic design. Premium components like the stainless steel headband and Alcantara covered headband and ear cushions illustrate precision craftsmanship and exude luxury. The new folding headband design provides greater portability. A single-sided detachable cable incorporates an inline remote and mic for controlling music and taking calls. Two versions are available, one for Apple iOS devices and another for Samsung Galaxy devices and most other Android smartphones and tablets. Gen 2 MOMENTUM On-Ear again raises the performance bar for compact premium mobile headsets.
I admit to being a headphone junkie. I have always loved hearing music with them, ever since buying the Sennheiser HD414 open air on-ear phones in 1969. Since then, headphones have been a hobby and an obsession for me. I won't try to list all the cans I've had, but will compare these to my top two competing headphones I know and have used.
Until getting the Momentum on-ear, my hands down favorite pair of phones for portable use had long been the excellent Sennheiser Amperior. I like on-ear phones best for portable use since I can't stand putting anything in my ears, and find over-ear cans too bulky, and too warm, usually, for outside wear. There is one notable exception though, the V-Moda Crossfade M-100 Master, that I like as closed cans for portability.
If I were to chose, from the many I have tried, my three favorite headphones for portable use, they are, in order of overall quality;
1)...Sennheiser Amperior on-ear closed ..(discontinued by manufacturer, but available used for $200 to $300)
2)...Sennheiser Momentum on-ear (around $100 new ..now, and perhaps best value)
3)...V-Moda Crossfade M100 Master over-ear closed ($250 new now)
All three are rugged, light, easy to drive without an extra amp, good looking, comfortable, compact, and above all, fantastic sounding, better sounding than any others I know of, with enough bass and highs to stand up to the background sound when you are out and about.
The V Moda is the best at isolation from outside sounds, and also offers a strong, but not excessive bass that extends down to the very lowest frequencies with power, with ease, detailed, clean and balanced with the mids and treble. The overall sonic picture there is very detailed and resolved, though not quite as open and airy in the highs as either of these Sennheisers. Comfort is just okay for me, being just barely large enough with their available XL pads. Wearing stability is great.
The Amperior is capable of playing with great clarity and very low distortion through its entire range at high volumes from portable players. It is very comfortable and very stable with a split-able headband. With available pleather pads the isolation from outside sound is very good, and with the plush pads, nearly as good. Detail, sound stage , punchy & fun dynamics, and warmth, are hallmarks of this excellent headphone. As in all three headphones, bass is strong, but not excessive at all. The major disadvantage with the Amperior is that it is discontinued, and finding new ones is getting to be hard, so they are expensive. I have found used ones for a more reasonable, but still spendy price.
This brings me to the Momentums. If I had to choose only one of phones of these three, It might be the Momentum on-ear. Although all three are total winners, I like the Amperior best for the sound, and efficiency. Amperior picks up the strengths of the others, and in a very musical and dynamic way, balances them better in the sound field, which seems more open. Low bass is astounding when called for in the music, and joins to a powerful, but not overpowering bass that never intrudes on the midrange, which is smooth and finely detailed up into the clear airy highs, completing the sonic picture.
I like the Momentum best for its looks, portability, price, and the available color choices. I like how the others look too, but these Momentum are truly very handsome. The Momentums are very musical and involving and it is easy to love their sound. They are phone friendly, and come either android or apple equipped.
All three of these cans are very well built of high quality materials, and should wear very well over time. The simplest design to use here is the Momentum, and probably is the choice for just stuffing in a pack. They don't isolate as well as the others, but that might not be a factor if not in the noisiest of environments.
The most comfortable are the Amperior and Momentum. The Momentum (on ear) is not as stable as either if the others to wear through rigorous activity, but for general use, their comfort outweighs that.
I hope this helps you make your choice for a portable headphone.
They have a very large, very clear, very alive and three-dimensional soundstage. They simply sound great!
And that's all you really need to know, however, I might add;
The frequencies involving high bass, all of the midrange and low highs are outstanding. The lower bass can come off a tad heavy, but it's not an overwhelming, muddy or devastating amount that screws up everything else; it's easily EQ'd to suit - but let me tell you; if your source says 'move and shake', they'll do it! You can actually FEEL the bass. Same with the highs: on a flat response oney might want a couple decibels of EQ, but that's just my taste. They have a lot of room to maneuver and are very responsive to adjustment.
They are not too tight on the skull (unless you got a wide head or ears that stick way out). I just got these and tried them on for a couple hours with no real issues, and I wear glasses, which can cause discomfort after a time. The ear pads are relatively firm when new like most good ones are. These have some real fancy, expensive-feeling, soft velour-like material on the outside and exclusive foam on the inside. Sennheiser does not mess around when it comes to quality construction and materials. These things will last a long time, and during that time, they will become even more comfortable.
The look? Really? Those guys did a great job making these look, what, retro?, vintage?, old radio studio? Whatever you call the style, they look better in life than the photos show. And they feel good in the hands. I am now a big fan of Sennheiser Momentum; know what I mean, Verne? Get some on yourself!
For $100, I am thoroughly pleased! Paired with a hi-fi streaming service (e.g. Tidal), I think these headphones really earn their keep. If you’re trying to get your foot in the door of high-quality audio, I think you’ll be very pleased with these.
I mentioned I got these for about $100. Had I paid more, this review might be a little different. The primary reason: they can become pretty uncomfortable after a long session. Don’t get me wrong, the discomfort isn’t unbearable — but for other retail prices (~$250), I would be pretty upset. Although with a bit of research, I believe one can purchase replacement pads to surround the ear rather than sitting on top of them.
The only other “con” is that, for the trained ear, I’m sure these don’t offer an expert level of audio quality. Granted, if you were really concerned to achieve that level of quality, you would have to drop about $1000. That said, don’t underestimate the quality of these. They do sound incredible! I only mention this for the true audiophiles out there.
Overall, 5/5 stars. Very happy with this purchase!