Category In-Ears and Earbuds

Skullcandy Spoke Review

The competition for Xiaomi and Realme Buds Q was turned up a few notches when Skullcandy Spoke entered the market with their in-ear headphones. Spoke is the perfect combination of high technology and ease of use. You get the freedom of wireless and all the features you need that offers an affordable true wireless experience. Typically, true wireless in-ear headphones/earbuds are more expensive than simple wireless over-ear headphones. Spoke offers this technology at a price that is affordable for almost anyone.​

Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E4 Review

B&O Play didn't reinvent the wheel. Instead, it brought us a traditional pair of earphones with active noise reduction, the Beoplay E4. A model whose design would seem almost a little outdated, yet chic enough for those who long looked after such variation. The Danish manufacturer has succeeded the BeoPlay H3 ANC and installed into the BeoPlay E4 a new ambient noise reduction technology borrowed from Beoplay H9, the company's $500 over-ear flagship.​ Given these details and a price tag of around $200, we expect a guaranteed success from Bang & Olufsen, though we shouldn’t jump to conclusions recklessly.

Razer Hammerhead TWS Review – Mobile Wireless Gaming Earphones

The first thing that can be noticed when looking at the Hammerhead TWS is a certain similarity to regular AirPods, which starts with the device's general form and ends with the earphone design. The fact is that each earpiece is equipped with a 13-mm driver and is capable of delivering fantastic performance to most mobile gamers. The headset received the Bluetooth 5.0 specification, support for SBC and AAC codecs (to the delight of Apple fans), as well as an exciting feature, “game mode,” in which the latency is minimized, which allows you to play online games with a minimum of delays and without an out-of-sync sound. ​The navigation is done via touchpads, and the proprietary Razer Hammerhead True Wireless utility for iOS and Android is used for further configurations.

Sony WF-SP800N Review – True Wireless Sport Earbuds for Athletes

Suppose Sony's WF-SP700N hasn't impressed you enough to call them your favorite true wireless earbuds. In that case, you'll be thrilled to know about their successor, WF-SP800N: An updated version of Sony's sports headphones, which debuted in 2018. WF-SP800N is Sony's new wireless headphones for active people and sports enthusiasts, with active noise canceling (ANC) and excellent sound quality. The Japanese company is famous for its quality products. One example of this is the WF-1000XM3 model. The headphones have excellent sound quality, microphones, active noise cancellation, and practically no drawbacks. However, even Sony has failed products – for example, the WF-SP700N headphones, the previous model from the line that has been replaced by Sony WF-SP800N.

Apple Airpods Pro Review – High-Tech True Wireless Headphones

During the test, AirPod Pro from Apple convincingly demonstrated great qualities in the form of Active Noise Cancellation, outstanding comfort level, and excellent integration with the iOS. While they may not deliver the best-in-class audio output of all true wireless in-ear headphones, we still believe they are the best choice among iPhone owners. Apple has not replaced the AirPods Pro with the AirPods; rather, it has introduced a premium audio alternative that better seals your ear thanks to a new design that also boasts an active noise reduction feature.

WF-1000XM3 Review – True Wireless NFC Noise-Canceling In-Ear Headphones

Sony WF-1000XM3 - full wireless in-ear earphones equipped with active noise reduction, operates on one charge, and can be used for up to 6 hours. Turning the "noise reduction" off allows for as long as 8 hours. Its elegant design, intuitive controls, pleasurable fit, and user-friendly appearance are equally as compelling. Having earned in 2020 the CES Innovation Award Honoree title, these wireless noise-canceling headphones are a top-notch noise-canceling solution when it comes to in-ear headphones. These earphones’ output met every expectation and characteristic claimed by the producer. In its own unique way, the result was a high-quality model, a truly wireless product.

MEE Audio Pinnacle P1 Review: High-Fidelity Reference In-Ear Headphones for Audiophiles

The German company MEE Audio has been manufacturing for almost five years a pair of high-fidelity reference in-ear headphones for audiophiles. The hi-fi headphones are recognized for their strong body made entirely of metal, silver-colored finish with well-polished texture, high-grade MMCX silver-plated copper cable, impressive linearity, neutral soundstage, and brilliant sound restitution overflowing with details. Similarly to what Theo from said: “Pinnacle P1 is probably the most value-packed product I have ever purchased”. I was thus all the more shocked by the fact the company was selling it for about $200. I had never felt so intrigued. For the price, MEE Audio Pinnacle P1 is unrivaled, especially in terms of sound.