Jabra Elite 45H Review

Jabra is a serious player in the ever-growing audio market. Even though Jabra headphones can’t compete with Bose and Sony in terms of sound quality, the Danish manufacturer has proven that it has accumulated an impressive amount of know-how to appeal to users. In the budget sector comes the Elite 45H on-ear headphone. The on-ear headphone Elite 45H offered by Jabra is designed for users with a small budget, which although may not benefit from noise reduction, can enjoy a long battery life with tremendous audio performance.​

There is no doubt that Jabra is the market leader in the price/quality segment of wireless headsets. To support this title, the company has come up with another affordable gadget. This is the compact Jabra Elite 45H, an on-ear headset under $100. For that much money, you can’t expect an uncompromising flagship device. However, it does have at least one obvious advantage: a high autonomy of about 50 hours.

Jabra Evolve 75 Review

The classic wireless on-ear headset Jabra Evolve 75 was engineered and marketed as a headphone for open office. At least, this is the way its manufacturer positioned it, though we were surprised by its capabilities in the remaining areas. Evolve 75 proved to us that it can be a versatile candidate that performs outstandingly at work, for music listening, watching movies & Netflix series, or playing games. For the money Jabra Evolve 75, you get an excellent universal model that can serve you well at your workplace as well as at home.​

Beyerdynamic Lagoon ANC Traveller Review

The Beyerdynamic Lagoon ANC Traveller Bluetooth headphones are a closed over-ear model offering 45 hours of battery life. It has smart active noise reduction with two operating modes and a microphone for making phone calls. The German audio manufacturer designed their noise-canceling headsets Lagoon ANC to deliver great sound quality even with noise-reduction enabled and provide you with control over the headset’s sound reproduction aspects via mobile application.​

Sony MDR-ZX550BN Review

Released in March 2014, the Sony MDR-ZX550BN is a mid/low-end wireless headband headset that aims to be efficient and technological. It takes its big brother’s characteristics, the more expensive but more elegant Sony MDR-ZX750BN. Sony is, therefore, targeting customers looking for a decent Bluetooth headset on a relatively tight budget. Is this “low cost” model really worth it? We tested it for you.​

With an NFC connection and active noise reduction, we have rarely seen a headset so well equipped at this price. However, “Noise Canceling” is not really efficient and therefore does not deserve to add to the bill. The Sony MDR-ZX550BN is a decent headphone at this price.

Bowers & Wilkins PX5 Review

The British manufacturer Bowers & Wilkins has impressed its customers many times, and it did so with PX5, too. The PX5 headphone is an artistic piece of technology designed to last; beautifully crafted, the noise-canceling model we have here won’t challenge the likes of Bose 700 in a noise reduction battle. Though, the materials and especially the workmanship will ensure victory. The headset has a fantastic construction, is well-built, and will last for a long time. Along with an excellent passive shielding behavior, the ANC can differentiate between a decent listening experience and an immersive one. ​

Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H8i Review

B&O Play is a division of the famous Bang & Olufsen that develops electronics. The subsidiary company inherited the first two initials and the elegant design distinguishable among the entire Bang & Olufsen range of products. This time the brand offers an on-ear Bluetooth headset equipped with an active noise reduction system, the B&O Beoplay H8i.

When it comes to top-end products like the H8i and H9i headphones, we have no doubts regarding quality. Usually, we’re always shown something really outstanding by the Danish luxury brand founded in 1925, at least from a design perspective. We know you’re here to find out about other aspects of the B&O Play H8i and how it sounds.

JBL Tune 600 BTNC Review

The American company JBL is one of the recognized leaders in the production of portable wireless products. Many of those who have purchased Bluetooth speakers of this brand admit that they were interested in their low price and were surprised by the high sound quality. Is the brand able to replicate its success in wireless headphones? Let’s try to answer by getting familiarized with the new model JBL TUNE600BTNC.

With its Tune 600 BTNC, JBL aims to provide a simple, entry-level headset. And this is indeed what characterizes this product, far from the finishes of the Everest range, for example. The JBL T600 BTNC Bluetooth headset is a closed on-ear model with an active noise reduction function, extremely versatile, that can be used with a wired or Bluetooth connection, depending on the source used. It has a long battery life of 22 hours (12 hours with noise reduction), comfortable feeling, and can make phone calls and interact with Google Assistant or Siri voice assistants.

JBL T450BT Review

Is the JBL T450BT a great on-ear Bluetooth headphone to buy? If music is an integral part of your life and you like to enjoy it wherever you go and whatever you do, you know that a headset is especially suitable for you. However, all of these devices are far from all the same, and finding the best one for you is far more complicated than it looks. To allow you to choose what will best satisfy you, we were keen to present you with several very different models, including the JBL T450BT headset, which should not leave you indifferent.​​

The JBL brand is recognized as one of the most successful in the audio industry for several reasons. With decades of know-how, it makes a point of constantly innovating to always be in line with consumers’ needs. But it is also a brand renowned for the quality of each of the products it develops. And of course, the JBL T450BT Bluetooth headset is no exception to the rule since, as you will quickly be able to realize it, it has a few advantages that allow it to be considered as one of the headsets of its generation whose price/quality ratio is the best.

Sennheiser HD 25-1 II Review – On-ear Headphones for DJs

Sennheiser is known for its high-end headphones, which provide an unforgettable experience. This is evidenced by the fact that these headphones are still attractive to audiophiles more than 20 years after their introduction. The Sennheiser HD 25-1 II is special DJ headphones that are used all over the world. Over the years, they have retained a somewhat old-fashioned, raw look, which is why these headphones are so popular with the public.​

Why and how do these DJ headphones maintain their leadership position in the world of DJs? In our review of Sennheiser HD 25-1 II, we evaluate the headphones’ design, the sound quality, and above all, the different features they provide to their users.

JBL E45BT Review

JBL E45BT is a compact on-ear headphone with 40 mm drivers and a nice look! The company JBL – a subsidiary of Harman is known for a wide range of headphones: from simple earphones to professional studio solutions. The E45bt headphones belong to the E-class, which is more budget-friendly than the others, but unlike the T-class, the materials from which this Jbl is made are unsparing. The connection is also wireless, which frees the owner from unnecessary wires.

The model is aimed at people with different tastes, so it offers a wide range of colors, from classic black and white to bright screaming blue, red, and restrained turquoise. The materials used do not differ depending on the color.