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Sennheiser Urbanite XL Wireless Over Ear Headphones

$299.95

4.00 out of 5

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  • Over Ear Cups
  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • Collapsible Design
  • Noise Isolating
  • Deep Bass

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Sennheiser Urbanite XL Wireless

Let your ears be loved: Sennheiser’s new over-ear URBANITE XL WIRELESS headphones deliver massive bass for a club sound wherever you go. Built to last in every sense, the URBANITE XL WIRELESS includes a state-of-the-art intuitive touch control panel on the headphone and guarantees complete wireless freedom.

All the power, all the music, total freedom

The URBANITE XL WIRELESS headphones add Bluetooth and NFC to the winning URBANITE formula. Set up is effortless thanks to NFC which allows easy Bluetooth pairing to NFC compatible devices. Use of the latest Bluetooth 4.0 standard enables multi-connectivity pairing up to 8 different devices as well as simultaneous connection to 2 devices.

Intuitive touch control panel

URBANITE XL WIRELESS includes a state-of-the-art intuitive touch control panel on the headphone: just slide your finger to adjust the volume or tap to control music and calls.

Massive bass without compromised clarity

The URBANITE XL WIRELESS is completely dedicated to delivering only the most intense sound pleasure that will reflect the skill of Sennheiser’s uncompromising aural expertise. It serves up massive bass, while still ensuring excellent clarity through the entire frequency range, making ears feel like it’s their first time with a pair of headphones all over again.

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1 review for Sennheiser Urbanite XL Wireless Over Ear Headphones


  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    I have got them today.

    And although it is too early to make a real review I wanted to give some first impressions 🙂

    So. The build is first class. Really high value. Solid, and attractive.

    They are very comfortable, although people with big ears would probably find their 5cm diameter round pads somehow small for an Around the Ear.
    Not very light with 300grams (only 50 less than the heavy UE9000) but somehow they do not feel so heavy at all.
    The fit is a bit loose (no vigorous shaking head possible). This also causes a little leak of sound when I turn my head very much (like the Exorcist movie) or when I eat or drink or chew, because the speakers move. On heavy bass tracks this is noticeable with a change of pitch of the bass. Which I personally find funny, I can interact with the music and do like a cutoff while I chew 😀
    Anyway by setting the cups at a right position and place the headband a bit towards, I was able to almost completely eliminate this leak.
    Maybe people with a bigger head would not have this problem.

    The sound is absolutely excellent, very detailed, clean, precise, dynamic, fast, with a very good performance in all frequencies, and predictably a dominant bass, being advertised as “club sound”.

    The soundstage is quite good but not excellent. The Plantronics Backbeat Pro win here.

    Without EQ they sound already pretty damn good. But I felt like EQing them, mostly because of slightly dull upper-bass and low-mids.
    They respond quite good to the EQ.

    I tested them immediately with Dubstep and Techno, to see how good is their Bass.
    Well, I am not so impressed, but not because the bass is not good. The bass is actually very good. But I have at home the 2 best bass performing BT Headphones, FidelioM2BT and UE9000, which do not leave much margin to surprises, even if I hoped otherwise.
    The detail and precision of the bass is for sure better in the Sennheiser, but for example the Sub-Bass is better in Fidelio and UE, fatter, with more rumble.
    The Sennheiser have maybe a bit more Punch or at least a more clean one, which I liked in some Techno tracks.
    Their bass is faster and dryer.

    The mids are very good too, which surprised me pleasantly, as the MM400-X and MM550-X sounded terribly cold to me.
    These Urbanite sound quite warm.

    Highs are not at the level of the Plantronics but are very good and, once again, clean and detailed.

    Tested with other musical genres, and they always perform very good. Even with Classical Music, where and I can appreciate their soundstage and detail and their clean bass.

    They have very cool touch controls. Have to get used to them though.

    Something which I did not know is that they have Voice Prompts, which I always find a nice thing.

    The Multipoint works better than in all other three Multipoint Headphones I have tested (Plantronics, Fidelio, and Bose Soundlink On Ear). In all these devices the music on the PC is correctly paused when you receive a call on your phone, but you still have to close the music player of your PC or the call is disturbed. In the Sennheiser this does not happen.

    Only negative note: the range is not very good. I mean, it is in the lower half of the standard Class 2 range. I have seen better range among Class 2 headphones.
    Even the Fidelio have a slightly better range, and it’s not a very good one 🙂

    So, bottom line: pretty much excellent Headphones.
    One of the three best ones for Bass, and one of the best BT Headphones generally.
    Worth each cent of what they cost.

    I am very happy to see that Sennheiser has finally got serious on BT, and I can’t wait to try the new Momentum!

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