Headphones reviews 2020

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Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

Bluetooth by Sven Opitz 2 weeks ago

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

Weatherproof True Wireless in-ears with ANC

With their QuietComfort Earbuds, Bose are seeking to demonstrate that even in the cable-free class, True Wireless in-ears are extremely effective at reducing noise and delivering high-quality sound. We test whether they actually manage it.

4.3
Soundcore by Anker Life P2

In-Ear by Maike Paeßens 2 weeks ago

Soundcore by Anker Life P2

Lightweight, fast-charging True Wireless in-ears with an attractive price

With the Soundcore Life P2 Anker offers inexpensive, cable-free in-ears that sound good, support high-quality audio codecs with aptX as well as the AAC format and offer a decent runtime. For clear intelligibility during phone calls, these wireless headphones are also equipped with four microphones...

4.5
Aukey EP-T28

Bluetooth by Sven Opitz 3 weeks ago

Aukey EP-T28

Highly affordable True Wireless in-ears with successful tuning

With a purchase price of just under 40 Euros, the completely wireless Aukey EP-T28 offer amazing performance in terms of both sound and workmanship. Here once again, as with the EP-T21, the feeling that current technology can be quite affordable is reinforced. Nevertheless, there are...

3.6
Skullcandy Crusher Evo

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 3 weeks ago

Skullcandy Crusher Evo

Very powerful Bluetooth over-ears with personalisable sound and Sensory Haptic Bass

Crusher Evo, fast-charging wireless headphones from Skullcandy, offer outstanding battery life and combine the company's in-house haptic bass response technology with flexible sound adjustment via an app. It offers EQ settings for music, podcasts and films, as well as its own sound profile based on...

4
Mackie MP-360

Bluetooth by Chris Reiss 3 weeks ago

Mackie MP-360

Balanced armature in-ear monitor with three ways

About two years ago Mackie released their MP series: All three pairs of headphones – the MP-120, the MP-220 and the MP-240 – were aimed at musicians and sound engineers who are looking for monitor headphones for the stage and the FoH/monitor mixing desk. Now...

4
Austrian Audio Hi-X50

Studio by Carsten Kaiser 3 weeks ago

Austrian Audio Hi-X50

High-quality on-ear with excellent sound

With the Hi-X50, Austrian Audio have added an on-ear headphone to their product range that is designed to meet professional demands. Their Hi-X55 have already proven themselves as studio headphones in our tests with their high quality and their unique sound profile, now it’s the...

4.5
Ultrasone Saphire

In-Ear by Carsten Kaiser 4 weeks ago

Ultrasone Saphire

High-end in-ears with four ways and six drivers

The 4-way Ultrasone Saphire are in-ears that provide six drivers at once, and use balanced armature and electrostatic technology.

4.5

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 4 weeks ago

Urbanista Stockholm Plus

Affordable True Wireless earbuds with touch control

With the Stockholm Plus the Swedish manufacturer Urbanista have added light, cable-free earbuds to their range, they are weatherproof according to IPX4 and are characterised by a crystal clear reproduction of voices. In addition to Bluetooth standard 5.0, these slim wireless earbuds with AAC format...

4.1
Mackie MP-320

Bluetooth by Chris Reiss 4 weeks ago

Mackie MP-320

Dynamic three-way in-ear monitor

I remember when I had the pleasure of testing Mackie's first three in-ear headphones about two years ago: The MP-120 , the MP-220 and the MP-240 were aimed at musicians and sound engineers who were looking for monitor headphones for use on stage, with FoH/monitor...

3.9

Bluetooth by Pete Schloßnagel 1 month ago

Google Pixel Buds

True Wireless in-ears with Google features

The new Pixel Buds from Google don't have much in common with their predecessors, except for their name. Their most striking feature is their completely new look: what were loose-fitting earbuds are now tighter-fitting in-ears, and the thin fabric string between the two earplugs has...

3.5