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

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 2 weeks ago

Lypertek SoundFree S20

Low-priced True-Wireless in-ear headphones with Bluetooth 5.0

Lypertek's SoundFree S20 have an appealing minimalist design and a straightforward, functional performance. The aim is to offer great-sounding True-Wireless headphones without an app and noise cancelling, but at an attractive price.

3.9

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 2 weeks ago

Skullcandy Dime

Small, lightweight True Wireless in-ears to go

With the Dime, the US company Skullcandy offers great-sounding, cable-free in-ears at an attractive price. They are characterised by an ultra-portable design in a pocket-friendly format and offer extensive device control via remote button.

4.1

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 4 weeks ago

Creative Outlier Air V2

Affordable, long-lasting True Wireless in-ears with touch controls

Creative's Outlier Air V2 cable-free in-ears feature outstanding battery life, are universally tuned for everyday use and support high-quality audio codecs such as aptX or the AAC format in addition to the Bluetooth 5.0 standard. On top of all this, a "holographic" listening experience using...

4.1

Editor's recommendations: True wireless Headphones

Hype or not: The Electro-Harmonix EHX Sport Buds offer so much value for money for their price (about 35 Euros!) that I can hardly believe it: They deliver full power, have a strong bass and are also well positioned in the mid and high frequencies. Not only their volume, but also the conciseness of their transient reproduction puts many much more expensive devices in the shade. In addition, there is a built-in microphone with good sound and, for smart devices, an extensive remote control that is easy to get the hang of using. The Sport Buds sit securely in your ears, offer multi-device connectivity, are waterproof, recharge quickly and are comfortable to wear thanks to their fit and light weight. If there’s one thing seriously wrong with these in-ears, it’s that they require the use of an equalizer, regardless of playback volume and music genre, to produce a balanced, less bass-heavy sound. But if that’s exactly what you’re looking for, the EHX Sport Buds are the right headphones to really blast your ears during sports activities.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 22. May 2020
Electro-Harmonix EHX Sport Buds

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 75t are convincing across the board, with many details having been changed to enhance their overall impression. The new shape of both the in-ears and the charger case are very appealing, as the more compact design takes up less space in your ear and in your pocket. Overall they seem more pleasing and more modern. The clear basic tuning of the sound as well as the Sound+ app, which offers many setting and personalisation options, are also big plus points that make these headphones one of the best True Wireless models on the market today.

Sven Opitz
Sven Opitz 19. November 2020