With the introduction of the brand-new Sennheiser Accentum Wireless Headphones, Sennheiser has once again demonstrated its dedication to innovation in the rapidly advancing field of audio technology. These innovative headphones are poised to revolutionize how we hear audio, providing a perfect balance of design, usability, and sound quality that will wow both audiophiles and casual listeners.
Key Features of Sennheiser Accentum Wireless headphones
Along with 37mm dynamic transducers, the device has touch controls for calling and playing music. The system also offers hybrid active noise cancellation, which makes use of microphones on both the inside and outside of the headphones. Additionally, it offers a wind-reduction mode to maintain call clarity in windy conditions.
Sennheiser Accentum Wireless headphones has Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, the aptX HD codec for improved sound quality and reliability, support for the SBC and AAC codecs, and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. The most recent Sennheiser Accentum has a battery life of up to 50 hours on a single charge and also enables quick charging, providing five hours of battery life after just 10 minutes of charging.. Additionally, the wireless headphones come with a USB-C connection.
The new headphones share a similar aesthetic with the Momentum 4, but the manufacturer has made certain cost-saving adjustments to make them less expensive. The four buttons at the left cup’s bottom serve as a replacement for the touch gestures that were previously used to manage music playback and phone calls. The headband is constructed of durable plastic.
The Sennheiser Accentum Wireless headphones have already started taking pre-orders; they will be available in stores starting on October 4. They cost €179.90 in the black and sandstone colorway; a white and sandstone model will be made available in November.