A high-end pair of wireless headphones Sennheiser Hd 4.40 BT can cost you close to Rs 20,000, but Sennheiser expects you to get the same level of quality at Rs 10,990. Find out if this is in line with the expectations in our review. For all of the available headphone manufacturers that have products available today, only one handful of a fist, money has earned the distinction of offering performance and value. Sennheiser is such a brand with a wide product range that covers a wide range of prices from affordable to premium. It is also among the major audio producers being in the production of audio production since 1945.
The latest product from Sennheiser is that we got the chance to review the HD 4.40 BT headset. With more than one ear design focused on rest, as well as wireless connectivity, these headphones provide convenience and ease of use. But Rs 10,990, HD 4.40 BT worth the price? We find out in our review.
Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT Design and Specifications
Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT, thanks to its plastic build light and easy to handle. However, this also means that it is quite as a headset that the use of metal is not as solid, and in fact the headphone frame is plastic. It never feels weak or weak, but in the same way as Sony MDR–100 AAP, afterward it feels similarly made from HD 4.40 BT better than plastic headphones. Under the headband, there is a soft padded for extra comfort.
The light weight of the headset means that it is very comfortable to wear for long periods of time, and wireless connectivity ensures that you do not have to worry about doing it properly. This thing makes it great for coming and even using the office, which is actually what I used primarily for Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT.
If you get a simple adjustment mechanism, to control the foam padded ear cup and wireless control on the right side, power and volume, along with the next or previous track, or play/stop the music. There is also a 3.5mm jack to connect the cable to wired battery-free listening, as well as a micro USB port to charge. The sales package is also included along with a supporting cable and micro USB cable. The battery is rated to last up to 25 hours, and we got close to that amount of time from the headset use. There is also NFC connectivity for quick pairs.
Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT Look
While I also had to test the headset with cable for a brief period, most of my reviews are base on the Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT wireless display. I used to be a headset with my OnePlus 3, playing through my collection of compressed and high-resolution audio. Those who tracked the focus for the review were the successors of Eminence Front and Nucleya.
Starting with Eminence Front, I found the sound, clean-minded and straightforward. As is usually the case with Sennheiser, the sound signals lean towards neutrality, giving very little extra emphasis to bass and treble. In fact, the mid-range headphones of Peter Townshend seemed to be more clear, with the powerful and dominant being smooth sound. This sound signal can not appeal to listeners who prefer popular style, it certainly has a wide range of styles in music libraries which listen to the versatility of headphones, thanks to the different types of music to suit
To show the hearing of more aggressive heater, the capacity of the headphones is also to the extent of the ability to deal with the bass, when the bass has give a prominence, but this is definitely the headphone that employs as a specific V Not as exciting as the shape frequency curve. However, if you get a sound understanding of openness immersive sound and a decent sound platform, then It is a clear sound that no matter what you are listening is unbreakable, and justify the Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT price.
Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT does not have the same sound capabilities as a decent Sony or Bose headset, but it receives the basics for a feature headset capability. It is comfortable, portable has good battery life and can maintain a steady wireless connection so that you really need to listen to traffic in such an office or in the crowded environment.
The price of Rs 10,990, HD 4.40 BT is not cheap in any way, but you can certainly get the price of your money when it comes to performance and facilities. However, the cost is higher than the 4,000 rupees, so you will get Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC, which is essentially the exact same headset, but add active noise cancellation, which will improve sound isolation. However, if you are harsh about your budget and want a decent pair of wireless headphones at under Rs 12,000, Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT is worth an audition.