Sennheiser has unveiled its latest mid-range headphones, the Accentum Wireless, which inherits several features from the company’s flagship model, the Momentum 4. Priced at $180, the Accentum Wireless offers similar sound quality and includes hybrid active noise cancellation (ANC), a 50-hour battery life, and Bluetooth 5.2 with multipoint connectivity. The headphones also support aptX HD for high-quality audio output. With a quick-charging capability, the Accentum Wireless can provide up to five extra hours of playtime in just 10 minutes.
The Accentum Wireless boasts a comfortable fit and long-lasting battery life, according to Sennheiser. Its earcup and headband padding contact points are designed to conform effortlessly to the wearer’s shape, ensuring a secure and natural fit. The headphones also come equipped with wind-reduction mode and adjustable sidetone for clear voice calls. Users can further customize their audio experience through the Sennheiser Smart Control app, which offers a five-band equalizer, user presets, software updates, and the management of multipoint connections.
The Accentum Wireless will be available in black from October 4, with pre-orders starting on September 26. The white version is expected to arrive in late November. Consumers can purchase the headphones from select retailers and Sennheiser’s website for $180. With its combination of advanced features, impressive battery life, and an affordable price point, the Accentum Wireless seeks to provide a superior audio experience in the mid-range headphone market.