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And Brazil? Sennheiser launches Momentum True Wireless 2 headphones in India

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And Brazil? Sennheiser launches Momentum True Wireless 2 headphones in India

Shortly after running a promotion on its HD 25 headphones in celebration of the company's 75th anniversary, Sennheiser announces the arrival of its Momentum True Wireless 2 Bluetooth headphones to India. The device brings considerable improvements over its predecessor, especially in the battery and insulation departments.

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The headphones are equipped with 7mm drivers, which combined with a Bluetooth 5.1 connection and support for the aptX codec promise high audio quality with a stable connection. The Momentum True Wireless 2 finally brings active noise cancellation technology, correcting one of the few flaws that its predecessor had, considering that its main competitors, like the cheaper Sony WF-1000XM3, were able to actively isolate external noise.

In the battery department, Sennheiser promises 7 hours of continuous use per charge, resulting in a total autonomy of 28 hours with the case's battery, which should provide up to three charges to the devices. There is also IPx4 certification for water and sweat resistance, configurable touch controls, support for Google Assistant and Siri and fine equalization adjustments and other aspects through the Sennheiser Smart Control app.

The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 is now available for purchase for 24,990 rupees, or about 1,716 reais, just in black for now, with other shades coming soon. There is still no confirmation as to whether the headphones will arrive in Brazil, but considering that we already have a device page in Portuguese, it is almost certain that the company will bring the news here soon.

The category of Bluetooth True Wireless headsets has been growing more and more in recent months, and has attracted the interest of several companies. One of them is OnePlus, whose "OnePlus Pods", as their headphones may be called, were found in the beta codes of OxygenOS based on Android 11.


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