In 2009 Libratone started as a start-up in Denmark. After having established themselves as a manufacturer of premium WLAN / Bluetooth speakers in the past years, Libratone introduced and sold headphones at the end of 2016. With more than 50 years of Danish acoustic know-how, Libratone wants to combine products with beautiful design and state-of-the-art technology.


The latest reviews: Libratone

Libratone AIR Color

Chic and lightweight True Wireless in-ear headphones

With the Libratone AIR Color, the Danish tech company with the nightingale logo wants to put lightweight and unobtrusive in-ears in our ears that are not only well-tuned and deliver a powerful level, but are also dust-, sweat- and splash-proof thanks to IP54 certification.


Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 1 year ago

Libratone Track+ (2. Gen)

Neckband in-ear headphones with ANC and Bluetooth 5.2

In its second generation, the Libratone Track+ continues to offer good wearing comfort, a balanced but somewhat matte sound and noise-cancelling that is a little too subtle. On the plus side, the Bluetooth has been updated to version 5.2, as well as increased battery life...


Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 2 years ago

Libratone Air+ 2

True Wireless in-ears with good speech intelligibility and practical noise cancelling

In their second generation, the Libratone Air+ again offer an attractive combination of sound quality, improved functionality and wearing comfort at an attractive price. Their range of use is quite universal and extends from mobile applications to sports and office use.


Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 4 years ago

Libratone Track Air+

True-wireless headphones with Bluetooth 5 and noise cancelling

The Danish manufacturer Libratone presents the Track Air +, true wireless headphones with adaptive noise cancelling.


Bluetooth by Sven Opitz 5 years ago

Libratone Track+

Stylish In-Ears with Noise-Cancelling Capabilities

Libratone demonstrated with their slick, stylish aesthetics at work in the Q-Adapt-Series that noise cancelling headphones can be as eye-catching as they are technically adept. Now, the Danish manufacturer has followed upon that success with the Track+. Let’s start by saying, this is one bit...