Headphones

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]

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]

Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 Headphone Review

Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 Review The BackBeat Pro 2 from Plantronics, have been the most comfortable pair of headphones I have used in a long time, with the benefit of a 20 hour battery life, these will stay on for a long time. Throw in Active-Noise Cancelling and these are something to be reckoned with. They fit perfectly, and can be increased ion size on each cup,m for the weird headed people. ...[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]

The Top 3 Bluetooth Headphones For Travelling In 2017

If you’re planning a long road-trip or a trip overseas, here’s one advice that you should never ignore: do not board a plane or train without your headphones. This is true especially if you are travelling alone. But then, you won’t really spend a 14-hour flight talking to your companion.     In the moments when you find yourself bored, that’s when you can catch up on that album you’ve be...[Read More]

SoundPEATS Q16 True Wireless Headphones Review

SoundPEATS Q16 True Wireless Headphones Review The gym is busy. You want to get in the zone, so you listen to music – a good pair of secure wireless earphones is what you need. You really won’t go too far wrong with the SoundPEATS Q16. The sound is decent quality and, most importantly, these things do not shift! These are fully wireless in-ear earphones, with no cables to catch or knock when...[Read More]

LINDY Electronics’ BNX-60 Wireless Headphone Review

LINDY Electronics’ BNX-60 Wireless Headphone Review LINDY Electronics’ BNX-60 wireless headphones landed on my desk the other week, and I’ve been putting them through their paces since then. These are noise-cancelling, over-ear headphones that – at £78 on Amazon at the moment – are true value for money. They certainly feel like quality, and perform very well on my commutes. I wea...[Read More]

FRESHeTECH FRESHeBUDS Pro Review

FRESHeTECH FRESHeBUDS Pro Review FresheTECH wasn’t a company that I had heard of before, but I was excited to get an opportunity to try out their FRESHeBUDS Pro. These have noise cancelling, waterproof and even a cool magnetic feature. I have seen these on a lot of sites, being offered with lots of money off. Having used them for a month, I can see why they are so cheap. So I will get the go...[Read More]

The Top 5 Bluetooth Headphones of 2017

For the first time, bluetooth headphones are outselling wired headphones. Bluetooth headphones these days offer far better sound quality, more wearing comfort, and easier pairing than ever before.  To pick the right headphones means identifying where you’re going to use them. There are some pretty big differences, so to that end, let’s look at the best in some common categories. Best All-Arou...[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]

Audeara: headphones that deliver perfect sound, always

The world’s first full fidelity headphones with in built hearing test. Designed by doctors and engineers to give an audio experience like never before. Audeara.   The world’s first full fidelity headphones with an in built hearing test to protect users ears, delivering a supreme, catered sound like no other headphone, is currently live on Kickstarter.  An instant hit, it reached its fun...[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]

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