One of the talking points for the Sennheiser MOMENTUM 4 among the review community is the design, which is a vast departure from the MOMENTUM 3. Looking back, it’s clear why Sennheiser teased with the image of the headband, because that is the only feature that make the headphone stand out. Further observation led me to believe that this is a deliberate decision to make the MOMENTUM 4 nondescript. The brand and product names are printed on the inside ear cushion pad. For owners who prefer less brandish products, this headphones makes the cut. I also like that the earcups can swivel 180-degrees on either sides, which provides flexibility in handling the headphones.

Sennheiser Momentum 4 review by Chester Tan, Singapore tech blogger

The MOMENTUM 4 operates by touch gestures on the right ear cup. Swipe left-right changes track, slide up-down to adjust volume, tap once to pause, double tap to activate ANC. A new gesture first to be introduced on this headphones is pinch-and-zoom, which adjusts ANC-to-Transparency level. It means that as you reduce the ANC, you are increasing Transparency. There are just 6 steps of adjustment. The single hardware button is to turn on-off the headphones, activate voice assistant, enable Bluetooth pairing, and to check remaining battery level.

For the full review by Music Photo Life, read here: Sennheiser MOMENTUM 4 Wireless Review

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