Sennheiser will release Momentum 4 Wireless headphones with adaptive noise support

Sennheiser will release Momentum 4 Wireless headphones with adaptive noise support

Internet sources have published press images and data on the technical characteristics of the Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless wireless earphones. An official launch of the novel is expected this month.

The device will provide high-quality sound with rich low frequencies. It will support AAC and SBC codes, as well as Qualcomm aptX Adaptive technology designed to improve the sound quality of a Bluetooth transmission by optimizing parameters and delay depending on reproducible content and the ambient radio frequency environment.

The equipment includes a Bluetooth controller. 5.2 The adaptive noise-substitution Adaptive Noise Cancellation, which allows you to hear certain environmental sounds, has been implemented. A mass of four microphones is responsible for the purity of telephone conversations.

The headphones are folded into a relatively compact case. The declared time of autonomous operation on a battery charge is up to 60 hours.

The connection to the signal source can be made by wired means, through a 3.5-mm audio-gnazedo. Charging is done through the USB Type-C port. The sensor controls, evaliser and automatic deactivation are mentioned, among other things. No indication of the estimated price is available at this time.