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Sennheiser launches new wireless headphones at CES 2015

By Marcus Wong - on 9 Jan 2015, 3:26pm

Sennheiser launches new wireless headphones at CES 2015

Both the Momentum and the Momentum On-Ears gain wireless versions in ivory and black.

Sennheiser's Momentum and Momentum On-Ear headphones are gaining wireless versions – the Momentum Wireless and Momentum On-Ear Wireless. Both include NFC technology for quick pairing, advanced Active Noise Cancelling and 22 hour battery life, and offer the same performance, substance and design of the original with enhanced comfort and a folding design for extra portability.

The new Momentums collapse down for portability.

The Urbanite XL gets a wireless version too.

Also gaining wireless technology is the Urbanite XL, which now gains Bluetooth 4.0 for easy connectivity with the ability to pair with up to eight devices. Still there is the deep bass and clear trebles we associate with the Urbanite style, but now the Urbanite XL Wireless also feature a highly-innovative touch panel interface on the right ear cup that let you control volume, playback and calls using the optional inline mic with a tap or slide of the finger.

The RS195 lets you really personalize your sound.

Meanwhile, Sennheiser’s innovations in wireless also makes its way into the home a four new RS models have been introduced that will that use proprietary wireless link technology to deliver a highly reliable, interference-free connection with excellent range. The RS165 provides a vibrant listening experience with optional bass boast, while the RS175 offers the option of virtual surround sound and adjustable dynamic bass. Meanwhile, the RS185 features an open design and manual input level control for unaltered sound, and the RS195 allows options to address specific personal hearing needs, with presets to increase speech intelligibility and options to tweak to sound to your preference.

Pricing and availability information are yet to be released. 

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