The Edifier NeoBuds Pro 2 have a wealth of features, ranging from multi-channel noise cancellation, hybrid driver technology and premium audio codecs to functions such as spatial audio.
Due to the boom of mobile players, especially the Apple iPod as well as smartphones like the iPhone, everyone has at least a few in-ear headphones lying around at home. Thus, these are probably the most widely used headset type. Unfortunately, most MP3 players and mobile phones are delivered with bad sounding headphones, which quickly gives rise to the desire for higher-quality companions – after all, our favorite bands and songs accompany us on the bus, the train, just about anywhere!
This is to be considered when buying In-Ears:
From cheap to high end, everything is represented here, so here is a small checklist with the most important purchase criteria.
In-ears must sit tight in the ear to make them sound good, and we mean really tight. Often there are silicone fittings that help, and if not, try so called special foam tips, e.g. from Comply.
Of course, they also have to be comfortable, you carry them for hours, but please take care that they do not cause earache.
If you want to use In-Ears with your smartphone, you definitely need a pair of In-ears with a remote including a microphone. This built-in mic forwards your voice when making a call.
If you only want to connect In-Ears to an iPod or other MP3 player, you only need headphones with remote control. Depending on the model you can skip songs back and forth, pause or start. And the best is that your smartphone can stay in your backpack or pocket.