Sennheiser Accentum True Wireless: Earbuds in the Accentum range unveiled


Sennheiser has presented the Accentum True Wireless, a wireless in-ear headphone and the smallest member of the Accentum product line. Sennheiser says it has paid a lot of attention to the ergonomics and fit of the Accentum True Wireless. You can order from today and delivery will start on May 21st. The buyer can choose from a white or black variant.

Sennheiser True Wireless

The Sennheiser Accentum True Wireless is equipped with seven millimeter dynamic True Response drivers that were developed by Sennheiser itself and should guarantee powerful and immersive low tones, natural mid tones and clear high tones and ultra-low distortion. The drivers are made at Sennheiser’s factory in Tullamore

Sennheiser True Wireless: ergonomics of the human ear

In close collaboration with Sonova (which is a leading manufacturer of hearing aids), thousands of ear models were analyzed to achieve the ideal balance between stability, comfort and refinement. The result of this collaboration is an innovative contour that fits a broad spectrum of carriers in a single shape. Four fits are included to ensure an even better seal for impactful low-frequency response and effective hybrid noise cancellation.

Sennheiser True Wireless: the art of being transparent

Combined with the discrete beamforming microphone array, the ANC reduces droning low-frequency noise to a whisper, eliminating in-flight noise, buzzing aircraft, nearby traffic and the buzz of busy cafes. The Accentum True Wireless’ Hybrid ANC and Transparency modes make it easy to deal with interference, allowing the wearer to listen to ambient sounds on demand with a simple tap or via the free Sennheiser Smart Control app.

The app allows the user to select the level of transparency while further fine-tuning the sound with the five-band equalizer and Sound Check, a tool to create presets with guidance that you can upload to the cloud for use from any of your iOS or Android devices. devices are accessible. But EQ adjustment is just the start: there are also touch controls that the user can set to manage media, calls and voice assistants.

Connecting the Accentum True Wireless to a smartphone goes beyond managing media and calls thanks to Bluetooth 5.3. The earphones are Bluetooth LE Audio and Auracast compatible, providing advanced connectivity to shared audio streams in museums, cafes, airports etc. with Auracast support in the near future. In addition to SBC and AAC codec support, the earphones also use aptX and LC3 to ensure reliable audio quality and extended battery life. Sennheiser states a playing time of approximately eight hours per charge, and including the charging box that is 28 hours in total.

Charging can be done with the included USB-A to USB-C cable or wirelessly according to the Qi standard. The charging and storage box stores two extra charges, and supports USB fast charging, giving users up to an hour of playtime in about ten minutes.

Sennheiser Accentum True Wireless: price and delivery information

The Accentum True Wireless is available for order from today and will be officially launched on May 21, 2024. The earbuds and the box will soon be available in a black or white version. The sales price is just under 200 euros.


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