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Sennheiser Momentum

Descent headphone if you want something portable and stylish, but falls short overall, especially considering the price.

A review on: Sennheiser Momentum
MacroPower

Pros: Very warm mids, great overall construction, fantastic design, descent isolation

Cons: Lacks detail, almost no soundstage, earpads very small, expensive

I've owned the Sennheiser Momentum for about a year now. Though it is aesthetically pleasing, and very sturdy overall, I can honestly say that it isn't worth the $300.   I enjoyed the mids, which are very warm and smooth. However, treble sounds very veiled. I enjoy headphones that roll off a bit on the treble, but the Momentums just take it too far, yielding very muddy high frequencies....
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When AKG meets Sennheiser and vise versa.
When AKG meets Sennheiser and vise versa.

AKG K712 Pro

Pros: Smoother and much added bass over the previous K7xx series, warmer, great phone to chill out to.

Cons: Mini 3 pin XLR connector makes adding a balanced cable impractical for most.

A worthy update to a classic
A worthy update to a classic

Grado Labs SR225e

Pros: Startling clarity, expansive soundstage, tuneful and articulate bass

Cons: A bit strident on suboptimally engineered / mastered recordings

Big Bass In A Small Pocket
Big Bass In A Small Pocket

Tekfusion Twinwoofers

Pros: Value, deep bass, powerful bass, earpiece build quality, isolation, accessories

Cons: cable quality, rolled off highs [slightly], hard carrying case is recommended for this model as well

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