Sennheiser branch into gym-friendly wireless buds

The German audio giant is going after the attention of gym rats.

Fergus Halliday
Digital Content Editor
April 21, 2022
1 min read

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Sennheiser are rounding out their range of true wireless earbuds with a set of gym-friendly headphones.

The newly-announced Sennheiser Sport True Wireless earbuds boast a similar, but improved, design and the same TrueResponse transducer found in last year's Sennheiser CX400BT.

Like that set of true wireless earbuds, the Sennheiser Sport True Wireless come with Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and support for higher fidelity codecs like AAC and aptX. However, as you might expect from the name, these technical merits are rounded by a number of fitness-focused features.

The new earbuds come with IP54 dust and splash resistance, which the CX400 lacked. Sennheiser's latest also include a trio of ear adapters and four ear fins, allowing for greater flexibility when it comes to finding the right fit.

“Every movement during sports is a challenge for your earbuds fit to keep delivering great sound. For anyone who likes to listen to music while exercising, it's important to be able to concentrate fully on the sport without fear of the earbuds slipping out of place," said David Holm, Sennheiser Sports Product Manager.
Sennheiser Sport True Wireless earbuds

As for battery life, the Sennheiser Sport True Wireless earbuds promise nine hours of playtime on a single charge, with another 18 included via the charging case. If the reality lives up to that figure and there aren't any noticeable caveats when it comes to comfort, this might mean make it one of the better options for battery life on the market right now.

How much do the Sennheiser Sport True Wireless earbuds cost in Australia?

In Australia, the Sennheiser Sport True Wireless earbuds are available at a recommended retail price of $199.99 via the usual retailers.

Sennheiser are taking preorders from today ahead of a May 3rd launch.

Fergus Halliday
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Fergus Halliday
Fergus Halliday is a Digital Content Editor for who specialises in technology, entertainment, gaming and pop culture. His work has been published in Gizmodo, Kotaku, Press Start Australia, The AU Review, Screen Rant, Superjump and more. You can follow him on Twitter.

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