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Momentum True Wireless 3
$165New
$180Out of stock
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Updated January 10, 2024·

Choosing between Rode NTH-100M and Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 depends on your priorities. For studio or home use, consider the Rode NTH-100M headphones that offer superior microphone quality and are better suited for long listening sessions. They're not portable and can't be used during exercise. On the other hand, the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 earbuds are great if you desire portability, better experience during exercise, and active noise cancelling for travel or noisy environments. They also have an app for equalization controls, but their overall sound quality and microphone quality are slightly lower than the Rode NTH-100M. Give Feedback

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Key differences

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Music

8.2
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
7.3
The Rode NTH-100M is very good for music, while the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 is good.

Phone Calls

9.5
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
6.7
The Rode NTH-100M is the best for phone calls, while the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 is only fair.

TV and Video

7.7
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
8.5
The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 is very good for TV and video, while the Rode NTH-100M is good.

Noise Reduction

5.3
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
9.1
The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 is excellent for noise reduction, while the Rode NTH-100M is poor.

Battery

N/A Hours
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
7.0 Hours
The Rode NTH-100M does not have a battery. The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 has 7 hours of battery life.

Cost

$165
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
$180
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The Rode NTH-100M has a price of $165 and the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 costs $180.
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Key similarities

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Gaming

8.9
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
9.0
Although they have very similar scores, PerfectRec considers Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 to be excellent for gaming, while the Rode NTH-100M is very good.

Podcasts and Audiobooks

7.6
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
8.0
Although they have very similar scores, PerfectRec considers Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 to be very good for podcasts and audiobooks, while the Rode NTH-100M is good.

Build Quality

8.5
NTH-100M
Momentum True Wireless 3
8.9
The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 and Rode NTH-100M both have very good build quality.

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How the Rode NTH-100M and the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 compare to other earbuds and headphones

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Spec Comparison

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Rode NTH-100MSennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3
Rode NTH-100MSennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3

GENERAL

Price
$165
$180
Brand
RodeSennheiser
Form Factor
HeadphonesEarbuds
Connectivity
WiredWireless

SOUND

Music Score
8.2/107.3/10
Phone Calls Score
9.5/106.8/10
Gaming Score
9/109.1/10
TV and Video Score
7.8/108.6/10
Exercise Score
4.2/106.6/10

PERFORMANCE

Battery life
N/A7 hours
Wireless charging
N/ANo
Charging time
N/A1.5 hours
Bluetooth version
N/A5.2
Case Battery Life
N/A28

FEATURES

Active Noise Cancelling
NoYes
Noise Reduction Score
5.3/109.1/10
Virtual Surround
N/ANo
Android App
N/AYes
iOS App
N/AYes
Mic Quality
10/108/10

BUILD AND DESIGN

Build Quality
8.5/108.9/10
Comfort score
7.6/107.6/10
Size
N/AMedium
Weight (headset or single earbud)
349.2 grams5.8 grams
Microphone style
BoomIntegrated

Comparison summary

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Comparison Summary
Better Sound Roughly equal
Better noise reductionSennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3
Better for callsRode NTH-100M
Better for musicRode NTH-100M
Better for TVSennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3

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PC Gamer

Kizito Katawonga | March 2023
"The NTH-100M is a closed-back headset aimed at professional audiophiles—streamers, podcasters and content creators included—looking for masterful audio and a detachable 'broadcast-grade' microphone."

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3

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Major HiFi

Alex Schiffer | May 2022
"With the Momentum True Wireless 3, Sennheiser cements itself yet again as one of the go-to brands for wireless sound quality. It has a fun and engaging sound signature that has great bass and a great stage, accomplishing what only some of the best Bluetooth earphones can, and that’s clarity."

About Rode

Rode is an Australian audio equipment manufacturer. Rode was founded in 1967 as Freedman Electronics, transitioning into its modern brand in 1990, and it’s mainly known for their high-end microphones and audio production equipment. In 2022 they entered into the headphone market with their NTH-100 closed back headphone which was received with very good reviews from the community.

About Sennheiser

A family-owned company, Sennheiser is a German, high fidelity, audio equipment manufacturer founded in 1945. Their consumer audio division is now owned by the Swiss hearing aid and cochlear implant manufacturer Sonova. Sennheiser offers a wide variety of, very high quality, audio equipment solutions, from headphones to earbuds, full sets of monitoring speakers, amplifiers and microphones. They also make what is widely regarded as the best, and most expensive, headphones in existence, the HE-1 Orpheus, costing a whopping $59,000 dollars.

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