Category Archives: Wireless

Designed as a follow-up to the original E7 Cowin headphones, the Cowin E7 Pro improves several aspects of an already reliable headset. Though it is not the most efficient and comfortable model in this price range, it performs better than its predecessor Cowin E7 and numerous low-budget noise-canceling headphones.

Affordably priced at less than $100, these entry-level headphones feature noise cancellation capabilities for a more enjoyable listening experience and can be regarded as a decent option for the daily commute​.

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Cowin is very well known on Amazon since, they are quite simply the best selling headphones. The CowinAudio company offers noise reduction headphones and seeks to provide headphones with the best possible quality/price ratio. Indeed, you don’t pay a big brand like Sony or Bose, but you still get a quality product for a couple hundred dollars.

In this regard, Cowin E8 are not suitable just for those people who love a fantastic sound but will also be welcomed by those who are already tired of constantly tangled wires and pricey noise-cancelling headphones. Almost everyone wants to get high-quality and inexpensive headphones; thus, COWIN E8 might be the right option for such people.

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Corsair has released an interesting and very unusual headset in terms of design and features, which turned out to be every bit as interesting on the inside. We only had two issues with the wireless gaming headset: the first is autonomy, which could definitely be better, and the second is the ergonomics of the fit, which is different from all the standard looking gaming models.

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Integrated with the latest technology, this versatile gaming headset from Turtle Beach Elite 800 is one of the top-of-the-range models offered by the brand, and we expected a lot from it. It’s comfortable and offers high-quality audio performance.

The Elite 800 is, without a doubt, a high-end gaming headset. Even with a few flaws like short battery life, the Elite 800 headset from Turtle Beach should appeal to gamers.​

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When playing on the console, headphones are an essential accessory. Logitech is a brand often chosen by gamers for the quality of its headsets. The Logitech 933 wireless gaming headset we review today is, in short, a very good quality model with appreciable comfort, good audio quality, controlled wireless communication, and a powerful microphone.

Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum gaming headset is priced under $200 on Amazon. This is a fair price considering that it is a wireless headset and especially a headset that you can use with the PS4 or the Xbox One because that is not the case with EACH B3505 (which is necessarily much less expensive).

Even though Logitech 933 is a budget pair of gaming headsets with plenty of value, we would still have liked more autonomy. The device offers sufficient performance for the price Logitech asks, but for heavy users, it might become daunting to charge the headset all the time.​

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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.

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Turtle Beach has gradually made a name for itself among gaming headsets’ manufacturers, generally offering quality and often multifunctional equipment. The Z300 is no exception to the rule since it will allow us to play our favorite games on Mac or PC and listen to music via our smartphones and tablets, thus becoming a versatile gaming headset that can be connected to a wide array of devices.

The Z300 is a good solution for gamers who want a high-performance gaming headset that doesn’t sacrifice listening to music. Its balanced and never excessive audio performances allow a good immersion in the game, mainly thanks to Dolby 7.1, while respecting the whole spectrum to not distort the music. This versatility comes at a price, but at less than 200 €, the Z300 seems to respect market prices.

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The Japanese brand is not necessarily known for its noise reduction headphones. However, it has followed the audio industry’s main leaders for many years, with varying degrees of success. The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC900BT is thus a rather top-of-the-range model, fitting itself openly close to the likes of Sony or Bose.

The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC900BT Bluetooth headphones are a closed, over-ear model with active noise reduction to ensure quality listening in noisy environments. Hi-Res Audio certified these Audio-Technica headphones are also Bluetooth aptX compatible for optimal reproduction quality. The over-ear wireless headphones have three ANC modes of operation and two microphones. ANC900BT supports Bluetooth 5.0 and plays music for approximately 35 hours with noise-canceling turned on. To highlight how good the performance is, Sony WH-1000XM3’s autonomy achieves a figure of 30 hours, whereas Bose’s QC35 II can only reach 20 hours.

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One of the great things about technology advancing is that, often, features that used to be reserved for high-end and expensive devices eventually trickles down to the more affordable category. One such technology in the world of headphones is active (or adaptive) noise-canceling.​

Sony’s WH-CH710N wireless headphones with adaptive noise-canceling try to pose as an affordable alternative to the Sony WH-1000XM3, but the product still falls short in the noise reduction segment. The Bluetooth headset has decent sound, an NFC chip, and adaptive noise-canceling technology, yet the overall noise-canceling performance, material, and workmanship are just ordinary.

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The TaoTronics SoundSurge 90 is a good pair of headphones for canceling external noise on a busy commute. Offering premium features at an affordable price, these headphones make up for the poor sound quality with hybrid ANC and long battery life, making them a compelling package.​

Having a modest price of under $100, the wireless SoundSurge 90 is the second most expensive pair in TaoTronics’ noise reduction lineup below the SoundSurge 55. The SoundSurge 90 also features Hybrid ANC with Bluetooth 5.0, dynamic 40mm drivers, voice assistance, and a 35-hour battery. But how do they work?

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