The Momentum in-ears are stylish looking headphones with sound to back up their looks. These in-ears have a V-shaped sound signature with deep bass, great details on the highs and slightly recessed yet still decent sounding mids.
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Pro Metal and quality plastics are used in the build
The Momentum In-Ear's build features metal on the part of the earpiece that goes into the ear, while the rest is made out of quality plastic. This combination makes the headphones quite durable yet still lightweight.
Pro Easy smartphone control using in-line remote
The in-line remote can adjust volume levels, play or pause tracks as well as answer or end calls.
Pro Inline mic allows convenient calls
You do not have to pull out your phone and remove these in-ears to take a call thanks to the in-line microphone. Voice quality is very clear, so you should be easily heard by the person on the other line.
Pro High quality cable does not tangle easily
The Momentum In-Ears feature a flat cable which has good thickness to it and is quite soft and flexible. It should not break easily, and the integrated strain relief hoop on the earpiece will help prevent the cable from accidentally detaching from the earpiece housing.
Pro Fun sound signature with deep bass and well-detailed highs
It has a V-shaped sound signature so the bass has good rumble and power while the highs have good detail without coming off as harsh. The mids are slightly recessed but still have good presence, so vocals and guitars, though a bit soft sounding, still sound good.
This sound quality works great for a wide range of music, but bass heads especially will love the low-end rumble and punch that these headphones can put out.
Pro Comes with storage accessories for easy transport
They're durable enough to be chucked directly into a pocket but if you want extra protection then the included carrying case can provide it. A cable management tray is also included to keep the cable under control.
Con Ear pieces are quite bulky
The earpieces are quite big so they may stick out from the ears. This can cause the headphones to droop down, resulting in an uncomfortable fit or less than ideal seal. This also makes them difficult to wear while lying down.