Sennheiser HD 4.50 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation (HD 4.50 BTNC)

February 14, 2018 - Comment

Sennheiser HD 4.50 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation (HD 4.50 BTNC) Product Features Bluetooth 4.0 and aptX technologies to deliver exceptional wireless sound quality..Connectivity Technology: Wireless NoiseGard active noise cancellation to reduce ambient noise levels improving the listening experience. Intuitive ear-cup mounted controls for changing tracks and for making calls via the integrated

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Sennheiser HD 4.50 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation (HD 4.50 BTNC)

Product Features

  • Bluetooth 4.0 and aptX technologies to deliver exceptional wireless sound quality..Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • NoiseGard active noise cancellation to reduce ambient noise levels improving the listening experience.
  • Intuitive ear-cup mounted controls for changing tracks and for making calls via the integrated microphone.
  • Up to 19 hour battery life with Bluetooth and NoiseGard activated and is supplied with connecting cable for battery-free listening
  • 2 year warranty when purchased from an authorized Sennheiser dealer

Comments

w2olves says:

Great but not for large ears I purchased these from a Seller in HK through ebay. Paid more for this. I already have the Urbanite Xl, bluetooth. These have a very similar sound signature as the Urbanites.Here are things I liked about it1) APT-X no lag when watching movies / playing games.2) Very good sound. I have the HD 600 that I use at home for music. This sounds just as clear as them. I have a lossless track of Katie Melua & Eva Cassidy singing What a wonderful world. Most headphones tend…

Daniel S. says:

Great sound, but bad for big heads and ears When these were announced at CES (2017) I was really excited. I had been contemplating taking the dive and buying significantly higher quality headphones than the cheapo ones I usually tend to buy. I figured these would be a decent compromise between the expensive $350+ headphones that dominate the “best” Bluetooth with active noise cancellation that you can buy and the extremely cheapo sub-$100 Bluetooth headphones. They took a good 3 weeks or so to ship, but that will likely improve…

HIFI enthusiast says:

Ear cup too small and uncomfortable I love Sennheiser. I have owned quite a few of them, even their esoteric HE90. I still have HD650 for my home reference headphone. When I started looking for a noise cancelling headphones a year ago, I picked Sennheiser Momentum 2 blind. The ear cup of M2 is too small too shallow, can’t wear them even for short period of time. So I give it away and pick Definitive Technology Symphony 1, which has good sound quality and huge ear cup.The DT Symphony 1 is not perfect — a bit…

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