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Neiman Marcus has Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds on sale for $187.46. Shipping is free. Thanks andrew.an

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Great price for great sounding wireless earbuds. Bought these when they first came out for $300. A few issues:
1. battery life is not very good
2. charging case does not support wireless charging, which $30 earbuds on amazon do
3. charging is not reliable. there are times when i put the buds in the case and they do not disconnect from my phone and end up draining the battery

Having said that, they sound very good. My guess is that they will come out with a V2 sooner than later.

My
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Best sounding true-wireless earbuds... but I returned mine after favoring the airpods (and now the pros) due to the overall package (convenience, form factor, battery, connectivity, and now noise cancellation). The true selling point of wireless earbuds is not their sound quality but it's their convenience. I think most audiophiles have their set of favorite set of wired IEM/HP's to critically listen at home, but on the go they would prefer convenience over sound quality. In the ideal world you have both, but I don't think wireless will get there within next few years. I'm looking forward to what Sennheiser will bring though, since this is just their 1st gen.
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I've owned many Bluetooth headphones and these are my favorite, by far, when it comes to TW set. People say they've had issues, but since the last fw update it has been a solid ride
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Great price for great sounding wireless earbuds. Bought these when they first came out for $300. A few issues:
1. battery life is not very good
2. charging case does not support wireless charging, which $30 earbuds on amazon do
3. charging is not reliable. there are times when i put the buds in the case and they do not disconnect from my phone and end up draining the battery

Having said that, they sound very good. My guess is that they will come out with a V2 sooner than later.

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I've owned many Bluetooth headphones and these are my favorite, by far, when it comes to TW set. People say they've had issues, but since the last fw update it has been a solid ride
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Best sounding wireless earbuds, and the battery draining issue is a big annoying pain in the royal butt. So they keep the headphones in a low power mode so that when you take them out of the case it connects faster to your device. As a result if you don't use them for about 4 days without charge the case battery will be dead.

What's more there is no multipoint!!! It can remember pairing to several devices but in order to switch you have to first disconnect from the connected device and manually say connect to the earbuds. It's a big pain especially when you don't want to be fumbling around with two devices just to switch the sound over.
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Best sounding wireless earbuds, and the battery draining issue is a big annoying pain in the royal butt. So they keep the headphones in a low power mode so that when you take them out of the case it connects faster to your device. As a result if you don't use them for about 4 days without charge the case battery will be dead.

What's more there is no multipoint!!! It can remember pairing to several devices but in order to switch you have to first disconnect from the connected device and manually say connect to the earbuds. It's a big pain especially when you don't want to be fumbling around with two devices just to switch the sound over.
I think you can switch the buds off via the app now...so that solves the battery drain issue
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Best sounding true-wireless earbuds... but I returned mine after favoring the airpods (and now the pros) due to the overall package (convenience, form factor, battery, connectivity, and now noise cancellation). The true selling point of wireless earbuds is not their sound quality but it's their convenience. I think most audiophiles have their set of favorite set of wired IEM/HP's to critically listen at home, but on the go they would prefer convenience over sound quality. In the ideal world you have both, but I don't think wireless will get there within next few years. I'm looking forward to what Sennheiser will bring though, since this is just their 1st gen.
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So tHoneybadger's issues, you have not experienced ever or since the software update?
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Anyone have any suggestions between this and Sony wf-1000xm3?
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This a solid pair of earphone. Been using mine for 12 plus month and I love it
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Big fan of sennheiser, I have fallen love with my momentum hd2 overear. However, I heard that this one isnt really up to par with sennheiser quality and buggy. I am gonna wait till later model.
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Same price at Neiman Marcus [neimanmarcus.com].
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How do these compare with the jabra elite 75t? (not 65t)
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Everyone says these are the best-sounding TW, but they have issues with connectivity/charging.
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These sound great if you're willing to overlook weak battery life, but the most annoying aspect is trying to use it with more than one device. Having to pair and unpair is an exercise in frustration.
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