Sennheiser just unveiled its first-ever truly wireless earbuds
Because good music can brighten up a bad day.
IFA 2018 in Berlin has been brewing with new product announcements of consumer electronics from brands like Marshall and Harman Kardon, with Sennheiser being one of the latest to show off its upcoming tech.
The Momentum True Wireless kicked off Sennheiser’s announcements as its first truly wireless earbuds, just as the name suggests. The company does offer the HD1 In-Ear Wireless Headphones, though they include a wire connecting the two earpieces, whereas these new headphones are similar to Apple’s AirPods which are entirely wireless. They offer high-resolution audio quality with 7mm dynamic drivers, AAC codec support, and the ability to work with Google Assistant, Siri, and other smart assistants.
These earbuds feature a battery life of up to four hours, though they also come with a charging case which can extend your playtime past 12 hours. You’ll be able to snag a pair for yourself beginning mid-November for $299.99; you can even pre-order now at Sennheiser’s website.
The company next showed off its AMBEO Soundbar, even giving the public at the event the chance to listen to the soundbar for themselves. It offers immersive 5.1.4 sound powered by 13 drivers. It’s compatible with 3D audio formats Dolby Atmos, MPEG-H and DTS:X and is slated to become available in early 2019.
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