earphones

S2000 Dynamic On-stage In-ear Monitors Review

S2000 Dynamic On-stage In-ear Monitors Review The S2000 Monitors are designed for musicians but at £24.99 aren’t going to break the bank. Unlike other in-ear headphones, I have used the ends of the S2000’s are a bit longer, which when used with some good buds are incredibly comfortable and fit in nice and tightly. They are made from aluminium which gives them an overall lightweight and looks wicke...[Read More]

Review: Linner NC50 ANC Bluetooth Neckband Earphones

This Bluetooth headset is worn behind the neck like a necklace with the in-ear earpieces wired to two plastic nodes at either side of it. It’s IPX4 sweatproof and includes an active noise cancellation (ANC) feature which filters out low frequency background noise. The flat flexible band goes around the back of the neck and is coated in a nice rubberised material. The module that sits to your...[Read More]

Review: Decoka DK100 Wired In-Ear ANC Earphones

Surely noise-cancelling earphones that currently sell for a penny under $40 / £30 can’t be any good? Like me you may not have heard of the Decoka brand, but after spending some time with their DK100 wired in-ear earphones I’d say maybe it’s about time you did. They come foam-packed inside a small black box along with a small user manual, drawstring carry pouch, Micro USB charging...[Read More]

ADVANCED 747 Active Noise-Cancelling In-ear Monitors Review

ADVANCED 747 Active Noise-Cancelling In-ear Monitors Review The 747 from ADVANCED flew in just before Christmas 17, and I was blown away by them. Not only do they cost under $60, but they are also the best sounding in-ear headphones I have used in a long time. The earbuds have a thin metal casing on each, which adds nothing to the weight I was happy to see, but also gives them an excelent premium ...[Read More]

Review: Brainwavz BLU-100 Sport Bluetooth Earphones

This Bluetooth headset consists of a couple of in-ear earpieces connected by a short flat anti-tangle cable cord that runs behind your neck (or under your chin). They come in a nice zipped carry case, and the earpieces have a black plastic shell that seems good quality and keeps things lightweight. The fitted medium sized ear tips worked well in my ears, but if you have a problem then you also get...[Read More]

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]

Even E1 In-Ear headphones Review

Even E1 In-Ear headphones Review After many years of headphone reviews, I thought I had seen it all. But with the Even E1 I was amazed to discover a new kind of tech EarPrint technology. This customises each and every sound to your unique hearing profile. This is all done through the headphones themselves and not an app, making them perfect for listening to any device. Specs: Type: In-Ear Headphon...[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: 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: EasySMX Kids Volume Limited Headphones

If your kid’s gadgets are too noisy then getting them their own headphones is a great solution. However as soon as your back is turned, you know they’ll have the volume cranked to 11 and doing their little eardrums no end of damage. These wired on-ear headphones from EasySMX are especially designed for kids between 3 and 12 years old. Available in pink or blue/yellow versions, they’re a little sma...[Read More]

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