Entries in in-ear headphones (18)


Phiaton PS 20 NC Noise-Cancelling In-Ear Headphones Review

Most in-ear headphones offer pretty good passive noise isolation with just their silicone or foam tips. But sometimes, when you need to block out an even greater amount of ambient noise, you're going to want to invest in active noise cancellation. The PS 20 NC in-ear headphones with active noise-cancellation by Phiaton promise to block out up to 95% of external sounds you would prefer not to hear. Can they live up to this claim? Hit the jump to find out!

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Audiofly AF56 In-Ear Headphones Review

Without music, our lives would be dull, and for some, completely pointless. Without great headphones, we would not be able to enjoy music to its fullest and experience the satisfying boom of solid bass accompanied by the thrilling high end trebles; all the audiophiles know exactly what I mean. Good thing a new Australian company by the name of Audiofly is blowing people away with their latest entry into the headphones scene. Their product exuberantly displays the passion that they have for music and for quality headphones. We received their mid range AF56 to review and boy were we in for a surprise. Head on past the break to check out all the details!

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Sol Republic Amps In-Ear Headphones Review

It takes a lot in order to come up with a good looking pair of in-ear headphones that will not only stand out, but sound even better. Sol Republic, a newcomer in the audio industry with little credibility to its name, has managed to greatly impress us with the Tracks on-ear headphones. No headphone brand is complete without a matching pair of in-ear headphones wouldn't you say? Sol Republic's Amps in-ear headphones are provocative, promise deep bass and all for an affordable price tag. Sounds delightful! Are the Amps a yay or a nay, head past the break for the full review to find out!

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Jays a-Jays One+ Plus In-Ear Headphones Review

If you own an iPhone (or any smartphone, really), chances are you use it to some degree to listen to music, whether that be your music stored on the device, or through apps like Pandora, Rdio, etc. And those of us who listen to a lot of music generally like it to sound as good as possible. The problem with that is that most people never upgrade their earphones/headphones past the freebies that are included with their device. Well, to give music lovers an entry level upgrade option, Jays recently introduced their new a-Jays One+ earphones. How do they perform? Our friends over at MobileFun sent us a pair to take a look at. Jump past the break to find out more!

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Bowers & Wilkins C5 In-Ear Headphones Review

Bowers & Wilkins has a tendency to make the most incredibly unique audio products in the world. First we took a look at Bowers & Wilkins' highly regarded P5 headphones early this year and liked them so much that we've given them our Editors' Choice award. Since then Bowers & Wilkins has introduced the C5, the in-ear headphones so differently designed that you would naturally think the $180 price tag is all about the looks. Exactly how good these are? Will they be worth your hard earned cash? Check out the full review to find out!

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Nocs NS400 Titanium In-Ear Headphones Review

This pair of shiny in-ear headphones comes to us straight from Sweden, home to Swedish House Mafia - one of many. It's the place where good sounding headphones are born. Did we mention Ikea? Yeah, things just got serious. Nocs' aluminum NS200 had already left us impressed so we've got very high expectations from the NS400, Nocs' intermediate in-ear offering made out of titanium for extra durability and of course good looks, to sound even better. Saying there's an abundance of in-ear headphones out there is an understatement. Choosing the right pair is no easy task, but weighing in price, sound quality and features is the key to choosing the a solid performing pair to make you enjoy your music. The NS400 just might have a check mark besides each of these wanted points. We find out after the cut!

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Brainwavz Beta In-Ear Headphones Review

In-ear headphones, there are so many to choose from out there. From the more expensive $200+ offerings that will let out the best sound quality and hopefully last the longest, to the cheap under $50 in-ears that you can throw around, get wet, and can be easily replaced. Although the under $50 in-ears don't tend to sound the best or fit very comfortably, the Brainwavz Beta's are one of the nicer pairs that can be had for well under the $50 price tag. The Brainwavz Beta's are priced at $28.50 and come with every size tip you will need. Check out the full review after the break!

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JAYS q-Jays In-Ear Headphones Review

After having listened to JAYS' a-Jays Four and t-Jays Three and absolutely loving both, my expectations out of JAYS' top of the line q-Jays in-ear headphones are higher than ever and I couldn't be more thrilled to review them. The q-Jays are audiophile grade in-ears with a price to match at $179. Despite their extremely small form, the q-Jays fit inside dual micro armature drivers making them the world's smallest pair of in-ears with dual armatures. Can such small in-ears really deliver audiophile grade sound quality without compromising anything else? Get past the break to find out in the full review!

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