Sennheiser Urbanite On-Ear Review – Beating Beats at its Own Game

The Sennheiser Urbanite On-Ear are headphones and it is one of the company’s latest efforts. Just like its name, it is designed to give boosted bass, along with a style wherein younger generations of listeners are more attuned to. Furthermore, its overall package is one that is both functional and fashionable. Still, it does ask for quite the hefty amount of cash for interested purchasers to get their hands on it. But once you will take a listen to it, and you’re the type of audiophile that prioritizes bass above everything else, then you might never turn back once you get a listen to Sennheiser’s offering.

Sennheiser Urbanite On-Ear Review - Beating Beats at its Own Game

The Sennheiser Urbanite On-Ear is for Absolute Bass Heads

For its box, the packaging wherein the Sennheiser Urbanite On-Ear looks like it will immediately fly off shelves; well, that is until you get a good sight of its price tag. Its box are the type that you would see in headphone stores that you would typically find in airports these days. In other words, it is larger than it is required, which means that it greatly calls for attention upon itself.

Once you open the box and bring out the Urbanite On-Ear Headphone, it is exceedingly stylish. It is very well-designed, and at the same time it is very simple to look at. In fact, you might not stop yourself from bringing out your “oohs” and “aahs” once you take a look at it. It can even be folded up neatly and nestled inside a dense, squishy foam. No matter which of the five color schemes that you want to get, it is sure to impress.

The moment that you pick it up, not only does it look good but it also has that vibe wherein you are about to experience a premium product. They exude that same vibe of German engineering and manufacturing that comes with the Mercedes automobiles. In other words, the headphone exudes being luxurious, as well as drawing attention to itself by being really cool.

Upon first try, you might think that the comfort levels on the headphones are just decent enough. However, longer use and you will find the pair to be the most comfortable on-ear headphones that you’ve ever worn.

Many headphones found in the Beats line pride themselves for giving explosive yet very pleasing bass signatures, and the Sennheiser Urbanite On-Ear can beat a lot of them, hands-down. With this pair, Sennheiser does not just place the bass profile as another sidestep, but the company redefined it through headphone voicing. In other words, you will be able to get thunderous bass while still enjoying a lot of incredible detail.


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