Categories: True Wireless

Cut all cords!

True Wireless In-Ears were the hot sellers in 2018 and meanwhile all well-known headphone companies do offer this type of headphones. Although completely wireless headphones are on the market for quite a while now once again it needed Apple to really get some momentum in this product category.
And because many smartphone manufacturers killed the headphone jack in the last couple of years many users now want (and need) to listen to their favorite tracks without any cables on their headphones.

The latest True Wireless Headphones Reviews

True Wireless by Sven Opitz 1 month ago

Jabra Elite Sport

True Wireless In-Ears for Sports with Impressive App Integration

With the Jabra Elite Sport there’s much more to look forward to than the usual perks of a pair of quality True Wireless in-ears. With precise heart rate measuring taken directly on the ear and an app with extensive functionality, the Elite Sport is your...

3.9

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 2 months ago

Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats Pro

True Wireless In-Ears for Sports with Powerful Sound

The wireless Powerbeats Pro are specially designed for sporting challenges thanks to their extremely secure fit and sweat- and water-resistant construction. In addition to fast-charging, long-life rechargeable batteries and powerful sound, the in-ears offer versatile device control options for both Apple and Android systems.

4

Bluetooth by Sven Opitz 2 months ago

Huawei FreeBuds Lite

True Wireless In-Ears with Restrained Sound

The Huawei FreeBuds Lite want to score top marks by delivering an ultimate experience thanks to True Wireless technology, impressive sound and an ingenious dual microphone design with integrated noise reduction capabilities for enhanced communications over the phone. Or at least they claim so in...

3.3

Editor's recommendations: True Wireless Headphones

With the Momentum True Wireless In-Ears, Sennheiser has done everything right. The well constructed and sturdy headphones produce an excellent sound that’s full of clarity and vibrancy. The case looks elegant and makes a welcome accessory. If you decide to dig a little deeper into your pockets for this model, you’ll be rewarded with excellent workmanship and high-quality technical ability that’s worth the investment.

Sven Opitz
Sven Opitz 21. January 2019

The Jabra Elite 65t convinces across the board. Sound and functionality are impressive and, thanks to the app, a variety of customisations are available and easy to implement. The price of these in-ears is more than reasonable, meaning the Jabra Elite 65t is well worth considering if you’re in the market for a new pair of headphones.

Sven Opitz
Sven Opitz 6. June 2019

The B&O Play Beoplay E8 impress when it comes to sound, offer a discreet and elegant option with quality aesthetics, while delivering a safe and secure fit. At a price of almost 300 euros, you can of course expect these kind of features and details as standard. It’s only the poor voice quality during calls that spoils the otherwise flawless product. Overall, Beoplay should have no trouble appealing to those dazzled by appearance, technical specs and processing, but the more frugal audiophile out there will no doubt be holding off on these until the manufacturer delivers something more affordable. In my opinion, if they can work to lower the cost slightly, they have an almost perfect pair of true wireless in-ears that say goodbye to cables completely, once and for all.

Sven Opitz
Sven Opitz 27. February 2018