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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: 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]

T20 High fidelity, noise isolating, DualCoil™ in-ear headphone Review

T20 High fidelity, noise isolating, DualCoil™ in-ear headphone Review The T20 headphones are designed for music enthusiasts but at £139.95, are these worth the price? Unlike other in-ear headphones I have used, the ends of the T20’s are a bit longer, which when used with some good buds are incredibly comfortable and fit in nice and tightly. They are lightweight and look wicked when in the w...[Read More]

Optoma BE Sport4 Bluetooth Sport In-Ear Headphones Review

Optoma BE Sport4 Bluetooth Sport In-Ear Headphones Review The NuForce BE Sport4 headphones are aimed at the people wanting to rock out to Queen whilst running along the beach. They sport an IPX5 rating, AAC, aptX and a whopping 10-hour battery! I loved how these fit into my ears. The slim in-ear design gets a snug fit and no amount of shaking will get them out. They just seem to be better they oth...[Read More]

1MORE Triple Driver BT In-Ear Headphones Review

1MORE Triple Driver BT In-Ear Headphones Review My main issues with any set of Bluetooth headphones are fit, battery and performance. Due to the battery location the fit seems to always be a bit more difficult to get right, the battery itself is normally 6 or fewer hours, and the performance is poor due to any obstruction. The 1MORE Triple Driver earphones go against the grain on this and provide ...[Read More]

RockJaw Audio ALFA Genus V2 Review

RockJaw Audio ALFA Genus V2 Review RockJaw Audio is a UK company specializing in mid-priced quality wired earphones. In this review, we will be testing their ALFA Genus V2 buds which sport interchangeable tuning filters to hopefully help you get the best possible audio experience from the product. Drivers: 8 mm dynamic 3 x Interchangeable tuning filters Impedance: 16Ω Sensitivity: 108+/-3 DB Frequ...[Read More]

Review: UBSOUND Magister Premium HD Aluminum In-Ear Earphones

We’ve consistently been impressed with the quality and audio performance of UBSOUND earphones, with their V-shaped acoustic signature delivering a combination of strong highs and bass. With their new Magister premium in-ear earphones, for the first time they’ve moved to a neutral sound signature intended to gain more acoustic details in those mid-range frequencies. The Magister earphon...[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]

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]

TE05 and TE03 Premium In Ear headphones from Fostex Review

TE05 and TE03 Premium In Ear headphones from Fostex Review Fostex are a pretty big name in audio products, and I was happy to have a go on two of their best selling items. The TE03 and TE05 vary between £39 and £95 respectively, and look to be a couple of popular in ear headphones. Fostex TE03 dynamic in ear headphones Coming in at £39, the TE03’s are aimed at the everyday use market. Due to...[Read More]

Groov-e Sports Clips – The Perfect Earphones for your Jogging or Workout

We’ve done a lot of earphones reviews here on Droid Horizon, with a few similar Groov-e items as well, like the Groov-e Sport Buds and the Groov-e Motion. Today we’ll talk about the Groov-e Sports Clips which is available in 4 colours – Blue Black Violet & White. With a price tag of only £8.99 I didn’t expect the Groov-e Sports Clips to have the same build and sound quality as othe...[Read More]

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