Audio

Review: Braven Flye Sport In-Ear Bluetooth Earphones

Our previous reviews of Braven’s Bluetooth speakers have been very positive, so we were happy to be able to check out their latest Bluetooth sports earbuds to see how they stack up. Packaging is on point, with one of those boxes that open with a magnetic flap to give you a glimpse of the actual product before committing to the actual unboxing. Along with the headset you get a small zipped carry po...[Read More]

iClever’s XFree Bluetooth earbuds

Released by iClever, the XFree are a set of Bluetooth earbuds. They are resistant to small amounts of water, magnetic on the backs (to form a loop) and have decent battery life. While it came up short in one or two spots, they weren’t bad, overall.   The appearance of the buds are fairly straightforward. The unit that I had was all black, be the the buds proper, to the controls, to the conne...[Read More]

Review: EasyAcc Mini Cannon Bluetooth Speaker

For some strange reason, most companies are reluctant to let tech reviewers anywhere near advanced weaponry outside of video games. So you can imagine my disappointment when I discovered that “Mini Cannon” was just the name of EasyAcc’s latest Bluetooth speaker. However my disappointment didn’t last long as this seems to be a great little speaker for the asking price. Small enough to fit in the pa...[Read More]

Review: UBSOUND Smarter Pro Wired In-Ear Earphones

We’re always been impressed with the audio performance from UBSOUND headphones, and so were interested to see how their new budget (£14.99/$24.99) pair of wired in-ear earphones stack up. Available in either black or white versions, they’re a fairly conventional set with ergonomically rounded plastic earpieces connected to a straight 3.5mm audio jack by a thin TPU coated 1.2M tangle-free wire incl...[Read More]

Review: Syllable earbuds

For the last several days, I have been trying out a set of ear bud headphones from Syllable. They claim to have dynamic sounds that balances the high, mid, and low ends of audio, predicated on each bud apparently having two speakers within. Let’s see how things panned out in actual use. The earbuds I were sent were brown colored in wire, with a gray, brushed “metal” appearance to...[Read More]

Review: iFrogz Coda Wireless Over-Ear Headphones

iFrogz have added a new pair of stylish looking Bluetooth over-ear headphones to their range with an affordable £29.99 SRP price tag. Their Coda Wireless headphones come nicely packaged with a quick start guide and both Micro USB charging and 3.5mm audio cables. Available in a choice of colours, the version I received is finished in a black soft-touch plastic with their logo on a distinctive shiny...[Read More]

Review: SmartOmni’s Optimus Bluetooth bike speaker

Released by SmartOmni, the Optimus is a wireless, Bluetooth speaker that is designed around the idea of that it can be fastened to a bike.  It comes with a SIZEABLE battery that delivers as promised. It also comes with other good ideas, that don’t seem to pan out. The appearance of this speaker is nice. It’s shaped like a cylinder, and it is several inches long, with an industrial appe...[Read More]

Review: iClever’s two in one Bluetooth transmitter/receiver

  iClever has a bluetooth adapter available, for use with mobile devices. It’s a small, quite pocketable device, where users are able to plug in headphones or speakers to work wirelessly, that wouldn’t be able to otherwise. The device can either transmit or receive, and has a built in battery as well.   The device is a small, triangular unit with a couple of buttons, ports, and a micro...[Read More]

Review: iFrogz InTone Wireless Bluetooth Earphones

InTone are apparently iFrogz’s best selling pair of wired earphones, so for those who prefer to go wireless they now have a new version that replaces the 3.5mm audio jack with a small clip-on Bluetooth receiver. Inside the cardboard box you get the headset, a quick start guide and a Micro USB charging cable. While earphones that go right inside the ear canal are very popular, these earpieces sit o...[Read More]

Review: EC Tech’s noise cancelling bluetooth sport earbuds

  Phone accessory dealer EC Technology has another set of bluetooth earbuds for sale.They’re sport oriented in their design, and are supposed to be noise cancelling. I found their performance to be mixed, so read on to see where they succeed, and where they seem to fall short.   The design of the headphones are sporty, both in how they fit, as well as how they appear. The ones that I receive...[Read More]

Review: iClever BoostSound BTS08 Bluetooth Speaker

We’re rounding off our series of reviews covering iClever’s new BoostSound range of speakers with the BTS08. It’s bigger and more expensive than the BTS05, BTS06 and BTS07 – but is it the best? Again we have a red metal speaker grill surrounded with grippy black TPU – this time however in a rectangular box shape that has touch controls on the top and an uncovered on/o...[Read More]

Review: aLLreLi’s F5 bluetooth earphones

  Over the last few days, I’ve had the pleasure to try out a pair of bluetooth earphones from aLLreLi. There’s a couple of different ways in which this is different from most of the others that I’ve tried before. Fortunately for them, they are improvements in just about every way.   These headphones sit over the ear. aLLreLi uses a siple color scheme, of black and chrome, using p...[Read More]

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