Sennheiser has unveiled its latest pair of mid-range headphones, the Accentum Wireless, which incorporate features from the company’s flagship model, the Momentum 4. Priced at $180, the Accentum Wireless offers a similar sound quality to its more expensive counterpart, along with hybrid active noise cancellation, a 50-hour battery life, and Bluetooth 5.2 with multipoint connectivity. The headphones support aptX HD, AAC, and SBC codecs for high-quality audio output.
With 37mm dynamic transducers, the Accentum Wireless promises an immersive and breathtaking sound experience. The headphones’ battery can last up to 50 hours on a single charge and offers quick-charging capabilities, allowing for up to five extra hours of playtime in just 10 minutes. Additionally, the USB-C cable enables wired listening mode when Bluetooth is not practical.
The Accentum Wireless also boasts advanced voice features, including wind-reduction mode and adjustable sidetone for improved call quality. Users can further customize their listening experience through the Sennheiser Smart Control app, which offers a five-band equalizer, user presets, and the ability to manage multipoint connections.
The black version of the Accentum Wireless will be available for shipping on October 4, while pre-orders start on September 26. The white colorway is scheduled to arrive in late November. Interested buyers can purchase the headphones from select retailers or through Sennheiser’s website. With its blend of premium features and an affordable price tag, the Accentum Wireless aims to provide a compelling option for audiophiles and music enthusiasts.