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JLab JBuds Air ANC

True wireless in-ears with noise canceling, transparent mode and adjustable sound

With the JBuds Air ANC, JLab recently expanded its in-ear portfolio to include a model with active noise suppression, which also impresses with its powerful sound that can be changed via EQ modes and the playing time.

Skullcandy Hesh ANC

Lightweight, portable Bluetooth over-ears with ANC and ambient mode

With the Hesh ANC, Skullcandy has compact, wireless over-ears for everyday use in its program, which are bass-heavy and are intended to suppress or amplify ambient noise as required. In addition to the Bluetooth standard 5.0, optional tracking via Tile App is supported so that the listener can ...

Austrian Audio Hi-X65

Open over-ear headphones with detailed sound

With the Austrian Audio Hi-X65, the AKG successor from Vienna presents its first open headphones. This is aimed on the one hand at professional and demanding users from the recording studio sector, on the other hand also lovers of audiophile listening pleasure.

Jabra Evolve2 30

Light, wired headset for home office and office

With the Evolve2 30, the Danish manufacturer Jabra has handy on-ears with noise-reducing microphone technology in its range, which, thanks to the plug-and-play function and USB connection, can be used flexibly at different workstations and should be comfortable to wear all day long. The Jabra Direct software also ...

Koss BT740iQZ

Bluetooth over-ears with active noise canceling

BT740iQZ - is a somewhat cumbersome name for a rather elegant headphone that the makers at Koss came up with for their new Bluetooth headphones. Because the new over-ear with active noise canceling (ANC), integrated media control and hands-free function as well as long battery life want a ...

Cambridge Audio Melomania 1+

True wireless in-ears with convenient app control

The dynamic true wireless headphones Melomania 1 (for testing) from Cambridge Audio have received a successor. The new model, Melomania 1+, uses the same dynamic drivers and an identical housing, which already led to a convincing overall rating in the predecessor. Innovations are possible at the same price ...

JLab Epic Air ANC

Comfortable in-ears with noise canceling, ambient mode and app support

In the Epic Air ANC, the American manufacturer JLabs accommodates a number of properties that mobile users swear by: long playing time, active noise reduction, convenient music control and telephony. In addition, its homogeneous sound with self-confident bass is pleasing, which can be adjusted to the user via adjustable graphic EQ in four modes.

Logitech G733

Wireless gaming headset with surround sound

With the G733, Logitech has a wireless gaming headset in its range that is said to have been specially designed with comfort in mind. It also offers surround sound, voice filters from the subsidiary Blue Microphones and RGB lighting that can be configured via software.

Bowers & Wilkins PI7

Premium True Wireless In-Ears

Bowers & Wilkins likes to take its time in the competition for news and doesn't always try to jump on the tech-driven bandwagon right away. Better late, but then right, was my thought when B&W announced their first true wireless in-ears with the PI5 and PI7.

Sennheiser IE 300

High quality wired in-ear headphones

With the IE 300 model, Sennheiser is placing wired in-ear headphones in the price range around 300 euros, which are aimed at buyers who are looking for a compact solution for mobile use with superior sound quality. The product is technically divided between the Pro models IE 100 and IE ...