earphones

Review: HIFIMAN TWS600 True Wireless Earphones

HIFIMAN TWS600 are TWS earphones that combine an ergonomic design with natural and detailed audio, IPX4 water resistance, 150M Bluetooth 5.0 reception and a total of 38.5 hours of listening time. Along with the earpieces and their charging case, you get an instruction booklet, USB-C charging cable and loads of different ear-tips (including the double and triple flanged variety). These ensure you&#...[Read More]

HONOR Choice True Wireless Earbuds – Review

In our latest review, we’re going to take at these earbuds from Honor Choice the True Wireless Earbuds. First off, Honor Choice is a new range from the Chinese manufacturing company, you’ll already be aware of the young brands products, if you haven’t read our previous reviews before, you can here. Honor make high quality products for very very reasonable prices. Inexpensive does...[Read More]

Review: Soundpeats TrueShift2 True Wireless Earbuds

Soundpeats TrueShift2 are reasonably priced IPX7 water-resistant TWS earphones featuring a premium sound, ergonomic design, touch-sensitive controls and a massive 100 hours of playtime between charges. Once unboxed, the first thing that stands out is the sheer size of the stadium-shaped charging case. It’s not difficult to see how Soundpeats managed to boast over 100 hours of battery life &#...[Read More]

Review: HiFiMAN RE-400 Waterline In-Ear Monitor Earphones

HiFiMAN RE-400 Waterline are $29 in-ear monitor earphones that deliver audio performance way beyond what could be expected from their budget price-tag. They come nicely packaged with a handy zipped carry case and a wide selection of ear-tips – single and double flanged, in sizes that ensure a great fit and a decent seal suitable for just about anyone’s ear-canal. The earpieces are very...[Read More]

Review: Jabra Elite 75t True Wireless Earbuds

When we reviewed Jabra’s Elite 85h over-ear headphones last year we were mightily impressed, and so were keen to check out their Elite 75t true wireless earphones to see how they stack up. This model has an IP55 sweat/rain/splash-proof rating, but Jabra also sell a slightly more expensive IP57 version called Elite Active 75t that’s basically the same thing apart from being able to hand...[Read More]

Review: Urbanista Athens True Wireless In-Ear Headphones

Swedish audio specialists Urbanista continue their city based naming convention with Athens – a pair of true wireless in-ear earphones designed to give full freedom of movement while playing sports. Athens are the round style of in-ear earbuds, covered in a black silicone material that keeps out water and dust. With their IP67 rating they can cope with more than a little sweat, even handling...[Read More]

Review: Anker Soundcore Life P2 Wireless In-Ear Earbuds

Soundcore Life P2 are Anker’s latest entry in the budget true wireless earbud arena and we’ve been putting them through their paces to see how they stack up. The two individual Life P2 earpieces come inside a matte black plastic clam-shell charging case along with a USB Type-C charging cable and 5 pairs of silicone ear-tips covering the full range of XS, S, M, L and XL sizes. At around...[Read More]

Review: RHA T20 Wireless In-Ear Headphones

Glasgow based RHA have been consistently impressing the world’s most discerning audiophiles with the outstanding sound quality delivered by their headphones. Their wired T20 in-ear earphones would have to be one of the most popular, so we were excited to be able to check out T20 Wireless – a new version that adds the convenience of Bluetooth. When you open the box, the packaging has th...[Read More]

Review: Jabra Elite 85h Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones

Jabra’s Elite 85h are Bluetooth over-ear headphones boasting great sound and battery life along with effective noise cancellation that can automatically adjust to your environment. Jabra have created an Elite 85h colour for everyone, with five solid choices available – black, titanium/black, copper/black, beige/gold or navy blue (pictured). Packaging is on point and inside you’ll...[Read More]

Review: Simgot EM2 IEM Earphones

Simgot EM2 come nicely packaged with a fancy leather carry case and a selection of different sized penetrating or balanced ear-tips. The earpieces have a low resonance polycarbonate shell that has been contoured to fit the ear, and these even come in a choice of 5 different colours (green, clear, pink, purple or semi-transparent black). The 4-core braided silver-plated cable loops over the ear and...[Read More]

Review: Brainwavz Koel Balanced Armature Wired In-Ear Earphones

KOEL IEMs are driven by a single balanced armature with a transparent liquid resin 3D printed body and detachable MMCX cable. Packaging is on point with a cardboard box opening via magnetic flap to reveal a handy hard shell zipped storage case with a stylish black and red design. Inside you find the earphones wrapped with a velcro tie along with a user guide leaflet, cable clip and a selection of ...[Read More]

Review: SoundPEATS SporFi Wireless Earphones

A couple weeks ago I published a review on a similar pair of bluetooth earphones from the same company SoundPEATS. I really enjoyed using those earphones, and I’m actually using them still. Even after giving these SporFi wireless earphones a test run, I still went back to the Q12s. My Thoughts Although there are similarities between the SporFi and the Q12 Plus earphones. The SporFi earphones...[Read More]

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