Sennheiser Accentum Wireless Review 

Sennheiser Accentum Wireless Review 

Written by Alison Lurie, In Headset, Published On
November 4, 2023

With a strong 50-hour battery life, Sennheiser is the real standout in the crowd. Despite its strong build and minimum cost, some users feel that this product is not what it should be. The voice can be distorted sometimes, but this doesn’t make it a bad product. The active noise cancellation and the perfect transparency mode make it a good product.

Sennheiser Accentum Wireless Specifications

Specifications Details
Manufacturer Sennheiser
Price $179.95
Weight 3.0mT
Color Black/White
Dimension (feet) 16’5 x 19’5 x 4’8
Wearing style Headband stereo headphones
Ear coupling Around the ear, circum-aural
Bluetooth Connectivity 5.2 compliant, 10mW
Modulation 2,402MHz-2,480MHz
Speaker principle Dynamic
Speaker Size 37mm diameter
Speaker frequency range 22Hz-22KHz
Active Noise Cancelling Hybrid ANC
Mic Pattern Two mics, beamforming pattern for noise reduction
Battery Lifespan 50 hours
Charging span Approx 3 hours for full charge
Battery type Built-in Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery, 800mAh
App Support Sennheiser Smart Control app for iOS and Android
Battery energy 3.0Wh
Lithium content 0,00024 kg
Noise cancellation 15-20dB
Codec Support SBC, AAC, aptX, aptX HD
Warranty 24 months

Design and Built Quality

Sennheiser Accentum Wireless

One of the best features of these headphones is their sturdy-built quality and even if you have to run a marathon, then these headphones will provide you with a lightweight cushion and will be a comfort set. It has cushioned earcups that hug your ears and ensure a secure fit without compromising on comfort. It has a silicon-lined headband that wraps around your ear perfectly.

It has a matte exterior with tactile button on the right side. There is a small Sennheiser logo on the base of the headband that doesn’t seem visible at all, so overall you will have a matte finish. Grilles with L and R markings cover the 37mm dynamic driver which covers the frequency range of 10Hz to 22KHz.

Sound Quality

Sennheiser Accentum Wireless

The headphones have great sound quality and there is a powerful 37mm driver which offers a crisp, deep bass and brilliant heights. You feel every note, every beat and every emotion present in the audio. Active blockage of all the distractions with ANC enables the users to stay focused and immersive in the sound.

There is an effective Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling that is intuitive to operate. You can also customize your audio adventure with the smart control app that makes you the sole owner of your audio preference. There is also an active podcast mode that will make the voice clear and audible to you along with a 5 Band Equalizer that enables you to tune in to every detail you need to work on and make your listening experience a serene vision.

Additional features

Sennheiser Accentum Wireless

There is a perfect feature that enables you to keep connecting with the outside world even when you have your headphones on and that is the transparency mode that enables when you click a button, and all the music stops, and you will hear the surrounding noises.

There are tactile buttons on the right earcups which consist of a central multifunction button that handles playback, call management, and track navigation. You can avail these features when you press twice to go forward, or three times to go backward. There are two other buttons that change the volume. When you hold the central button you get an audible battery life knowledge. There is no 3.5mm input for wired listening. One backdrop of this is that it doesn’t come with a case or a pouch and is a bit large, so doesn’t fit in small spaces.

Pros and Cons of Sennheiser Accentum Wireless

Pros Cons
Rich bass and crisp high-sound quality Does not come with a case
Quality noise cancellation for the price Large built
Good price In-app EQ can be more strong
Comfortable wear-on Tactile buttons can be a hassle
Matte finish Dynamically bland
Good codec support
50 hours life battery

Final Thoughts

Overall, the Sennheiser Accentum Wireless does an acceptable job as a headset for its well-furnished, comfortable, and stable-sounding cushions earcups. Along with that the Price isn’t slashing your wage and you can easily afford it. Matte finish provides it with a good overall sleek look and both colors (Black/White) give a neutral tone.

Along with that we can say that the Sennheiser Accentum Wireless does have some drawbacks as for some users, the sound quality is dynamically bland, and the neutered committal sonic style makes it hard to recommend it to others.


Q: What is Sennheiser Accentum Wireless?

Sennheiser Accentum Wireless is a headphone that has strong sturdy built. Manufactured by Sennheiser, this headset has a 50-hour battery and 37mm Dynamic driver speakers which covers the frequency range of 10Hz to 22KHz. It basically piques the interest of the users because of its good quality sound and transparency mode.

Q: How do you control the Sennheiser Accentum Wireless?

Controlling these headphones means having a smartphone or some physical buttons on the right ear cup. The button is a bit small, but you must click them with your finger. There are small nubs for multifunction button and that of the power button. These buttons have their problem as they are so small and sometimes you don’t remember which button has the power option or which has the volume option, so all in all it operates in this scenario.

Q: Should you use Sennheiser Smart Control App for your Sennheiser Accentum Wireless?

Yes, you can use the passthrough mode through which the idea of Sennheiser Smart Control App emerges installing the idea of easy working. For example, you can pair it with your smartphone and have memory option along with adjusting side tone, enabling and disabling features.

Q: How does the Sennheiser Accentum Wireless connect?

It can connect to your Bluetooth source device via SBC, mSBC (for voice), AAC, aptX, and aptX HD. Depending on the source, you can have limited codec, also you need to select your preferred codec manually in developer options.

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