Sennheiser’s HD1 Wireless In-Ear headphones brought a bit of elegance to the neckband-style headphones at CES

The Sennheiser HD1 Wireless will ship soon.


Sennheiser Momentum in ear may not be great, but the company’s new HD1 In-Ear Wireless, which shares Momentum’s bud design, is a sleek neckband style headset.

Due to the best-selling stores later this month, the HD1 costs $ 200 (around AU $ 140 or AU $ 270 converted). It has sheepskin stitched to the neck strap – with stainless steel accents – giving it a premium look that most neckband Bluetooth headsets don’t today.

I am trying to track one here at CES 2017 and once I do, I’ll report back on how it sounds and works as a headset – that would be great since Sennheiser has created a great mono Bluetooth headset.

HD1 in its carrying case.


Here are the main features of HD1:

  • 10 hours battery life
  • Charge for 1.5 hours
  • Bluetooth 4.1, support for AAC codec and Qualcomm apt-X compatibility
  • Built-in three-button remote and high-quality microphone
  • Connect up to two devices at the same time, with three-way calling support
  • NFC One-touch Bluetooth pairing with NFC pairing devices
  • Voice prompt for pairing status and battery life alert
  • Vibration alert for incoming call and USB audio support with USB charging
  • Carrying case included
  • Four different size earrings are included
  • Price: $ 200
  • Delivery in January

Detailed snapshot of the HD1’s inline remote.


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