Sennheiser introduces Accentum True Wireless in-ears

Sennheiser has launched the latest member of its portable portfolio, the Accentum True Wireless in-ears. Featuring the brand’s proprietary 7mm dynamic True Response Transducers – made at the Sennheiser Tullamore factory – they come housed inside what the company claims is: “a completely unique take on earbud ergonomics”. Developed in collaboration with hearing aid manufacturer Sonova, Sennheiser arrived at: “an innovative contour that complements a wide range of wearers in a singular form”. Four sizes of ear-tips are included with the buds to help get a great seal for impactful low-frequency response and effective hybrid noise cancellation.

Sennheiser continues: “When combined with the discreet beamforming mic array, the ANC reduces droning low-frequency distractions to a whisper, making quick work of airplane cabin noise, humming appliances, nearby traffic and the murmur of bustling coffee shops.” No mention of pubs!

Via the app, the user can select the amount of transparency for noise cancelling while further tailoring the sound using the five-band equaliser and Sound Check– a guided preset creator that can be uploaded to the cloud to be accessed on all iOS or Android devices. There are also user-definable touch controls for managing media, phone calls and voice assistants.

The buds are Bluetooth LE Audio and Auracast capable, for advanced connectivity to shared audio streams at Auracast-enabled locations. In addition to SBC and AAC codec support, they also utilise aptX and LC3 for maintaining audio quality and the battery life is claimed to be up to eight hours per charge, 28 total hours with the case.

Both USB-C and Qi wireless charging are available inside the case, which holds two additional replenishments and supports quick charging over USB, giving users up to a claimed one hour of playback in about 10 minutes. A USB-A-to-type-C cable is included. Accentum True Wireless earbuds are available in black or white.

Available to buy now for £170, you can find out more about Sennheiser’s Accentum True Wireless in-ears here.