t-bone headphones

t.bone – The private label of Musikhaus Thomann with excellent price-performance ratio

t.bone is a private label of Musikhaus Thomann. In addition to headphones, t.bone also offers microphones and wireless technology for musicians. t.bone headphones are characterized by an excellent price/performance ratio… Traditionally, headphones are offered for musicians, studios and DJs, but also in-ears especially for the live monitoring.

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The latest reviews: t-bone

Bluetooth by Carsten Kaiser 12 months ago

the t.bone HD 2000 NC

Affordable Over-Ear Headphones with Noise-Cancelling Capabilities

The t.bone HD 2000 NC is a closed headphone design with noise cancellation as standard, along with wireless operation via Bluetooth and an integrated microphone so you can keep up with calls on the move. All of this is offered for a very reasonable price.


Hi-Fi by Daniel Garwels 2 years ago

the t.bone HD 200

An Inexpensive Over-Ear Contender for Musicians

The t.bone HD 200 is clearly positioned as a newcomer to more budget-friendly end of the headphone market, with an asking price of less than 20 Euros. Listed in the “HiFi” category by its manufacturer, this headphone model can also be found as a companion...


Editor's recommendations: t-bone

The t.bone HD 200 is not the finest piece of kit you’ll find on the market. Even for the price class, it’s not a top-tier contender. When tracks become a little busy with the overall composition, things can get a little muddled and the overall sound impression becomes opaque. The HD 200 cuts a fine figure for those after a bit of hardware for a home studio project, or perhaps as a cheap monitoring backup for an amateur musician, or for those looking to produce spoken content like radio plays, podcasts, narrated videos for upload etc. It’s a simple instrument, but as long as you’re willing to acknowledge its limitations, it’s a worth consideration.

Daniel Garwels
Daniel Garwels 29. May 2017

The t.bone HD 2000 NC is a solid choice of closed headphone that delivers external noise suppression spectacularly and performs well in a general playback capacity. On the one hand, the sound it kicks out when NC isn’t utilised is rather dull and unassuming, but the activation of this feature reveals a much clearer sound profile. If you want the perks of active noise cancellation, but would rather have it without the premium price attached, then this headphone model is well worth a look.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 2. November 2018