Waterproof bone-conduction headphones with audio player
The new Jabra Elite 8 Active want to offer a lot for a price of just under 200 Euros.
Creative's bone conduction headphone debut can be described as quite successful: That's because the Outlier Free+ feel good to wear, have a long battery life and are designed to be quite robust.
OneOdio's OpenRock Pro deliver a very comfortable and airy wearing and listening experience thanks to their airborne sound technology.
The LG TONE Free Fit DTF7Q are good-sounding True Wireless in-ears with very good wearing comfort and have a wealth of features.
With the Nothing Ear (2), the emerging British company focuses on innovations such as an individual sound profile and personalisable noise cancellation, especially as LHDC 5.0 technology supports high-resolution streaming via Bluetooth.
For an attractive price, the Yamaha TW-E3C True Wireless In-Ears offer practical, easy-to-use features and a rich sound that makes listening fun.
The SoundPEATS Capsule3 Pro cost very little, but deliver a lot with effective ANC, long battery life, High-Res Audio capability and a customisable EQ curve.
With the Zen Air, Creative launch a pair of compact, wireless in-ears which are equipped with Active Noise Cancellation and an ambient mode available at an attractive price.
SoundPEATS RunFree Lite headphones are not stuck in the ear canal like in-ears but use a special technology that keeps the ears clear.