Category: Headphone Reviews

1MORE ComfoBuds Review: A Tale of 2 Radically Reimagined Earbuds

1More ComfoBuds appear to come from the future. They arrive in little pods, clean and white, or iridescent. They are small and silent ahead of awakening. They glow at the tips to broadcast their willingness to couple. These two earbuds serve very different purposes. The Zs aim into the night, when dark envelops and reality.

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Cleer Ally Plus II Review: 11 Hours of Outstanding Sound Immersion

The $129.99 Cleer Ally Plus II true wireless earbuds with 11 hours of playback, solid noise cancelation, and excellent sound should be a welcomed addition to any mobile audio setup. Cleer continues to lead with quality headphones at a very competitive price. What we like Power. The biggest differentiator between Cleer Ally Plus II and most.

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JBL Live 300TWS Earbuds Review: Utility True Wireless Earbuds That Aspire to More

The $149.95 JBL Live 300TWS earbuds deliver good sound in a package that is just a bit bigger than the competition. They come loaded with ambient and talk-thru features, along with good battery life that will serve many use cases (except plane or bus travel), but without standing out in any one of them. What.

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JBL Tune 215TWS Review: Great Wireless Earbuds on a Budget

JBL Tune 215TWS bring Apple’s AirPod inspired style, but at fraction of the cost. Less expensive does results in trade-offs, such as Apple unique features, an IP rating, and active noise cancelation (ANC), but these earbuds offer great sounds and a good user experience. What we like I was skeptical about the ear dangles associated.

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Review: MaskFone a pandemic kludge of mask and wireless headset that we probably didn’t need

MaskFone: An integration of protection and communications Review Maskfone: I never thought I would own so many masks. Of the ones I own, Maskfone is the most comfortable, and perhaps even the most protective. The attempt to integrate a wireless headset into a mask, while a valiant effort, leaves much room for improvement, as well.

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Review: Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2

Those working from home (WHF) or learning from home (LFM) will appreciate the $99 Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 for their wireless sound, solid microphone, and price. Gamers will like them because they work with everything. What we like Color and style. Ice white accessories always seem somehow cooler than other options, at least.

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Review: Rocat ELO x Stereo. Great economical wired cross-platform gamer headphones.

A full review will be coming soon. We wanted to get our initial thoughts up in time for the 2020 Holiday Gift Guide. Check back for additional insights over the coming weeks. Rocat provided the product for review. Serious Insights LLC is an Amazon affiliate and may receive payment for clicks to Amazon.com. For more.

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Review: Jabra Elite 85t. The Airpod Challenger.

Jabra brings great earbuds to the market, and the Elite 85ts are the best so far. The company extends the design improvements of the Elite 75ts, which just acquired active noise cancelation (ANC) via a software update, to electronic ANC. And they included wireless charging in the box. What we like These earbuds refine a.

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Review: Jabra Elite 75t Earbuds. Jabra’s Middle Child Becomes The Value Earbud Buy.

The Jabra Elite 75t earbuds currently sit in the middle position between the aging 65t models and the new 85ts. In some ways they exceed the new 85t specs, but not in important categories. But they are very competent earbuds that compete well with the standard Apple AirPods. At around $100 less than the new.

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Review: HyperX Cloud II Wireless Gaming headphones make WFH more pleasant and more badass

The gaming classic HyperX Cloud II wired headphones wrap games in a deep auditory envelope. As work from home (WFH) locked everyone into a video conferencing stare, people sought headphones that could deliver the voice of colleagues with the same veracity as Lara Croft or John Marston. HyperX delivered the Cloud II Wireless to not.

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