Sennheiser has unveiled the Accentum Wireless, a new pair of mid-range headphones that inherit some features from its flagship model, the Momentum 4. Priced at $180, the Accentum Wireless offers a comparable sound quality to its higher-end counterpart and comes with hybrid active noise cancellation (ANC), a 50-hour battery life, and Bluetooth 5.2 with multipoint connectivity. The headphones utilize 37mm dynamic transducers and support aptX HD, AAC, and SBC codecs. Sennheiser claims that the Accentum can provide up to five hours of playback time with just a 10-minute quick charge.
In terms of comfort and design, the Accentum Wireless features earcup and headband padding that molds to the wearer’s shape for a secure and natural fit. The fold-out design is reminiscent of the Momentum 4, although it ditches the iconic vintage look of the previous Momentum headphones. The headphones also come with two microphones equipped with wind-reduction mode and adjustable sidetone, allowing users to control how much of their own voice they hear during calls. Additionally, the Sennheiser Smart Control app enables further customization options such as a five-band equalizer and management of multipoint connections.
The black version of the Accentum Wireless will be available for shipping on October 4, with pre-orders starting on September 26, while the white colorway will arrive in late November. Interested buyers can purchase the headphones from select retailers or Sennheiser’s website. Overall, the Accentum Wireless offers an attractive option for consumers seeking a mid-range wireless headphone with premium features and an affordable price point.