Column: Soundproof wirelessly

Column: Soundproof wirelessly

Tech September 18, 2017 07:39

- The latest IFA products in Berlin have shown the latest products and trends. What I've always seen was the complete wireless earbuds.

Therefore, there is no wire between the two caps in the entire wireless earphone. They are delivered in a box that also serves as a battery. If you take them out, they immediately contact them. If you stop them, load them.

Apple and Samsung have come across these earphones, but now audio producers are also jumping on this trend, called true wireless. Philips presented the SHB4385 to the IFA in the new Bass + series (€ 129). In addition to a strong bass, the earbuds are fitted with a bite that snaps into your ear so that they do not fall out of your ears. The JBL Free (€ 149) is again resistant to a Dutch rainfall.

Sony earphone is more expensive, but the WF-10000X (€ 220) is equipped with active sound attenuation. This way you can enjoy the good sound quality. The Beoplay E8 (€ 299) from Bang \u0026 amp; Olufsen has a similar function, but it calls 'audio transparency'. If you lose one of the caps, it costs € 129 to replace it.

But these are not the only special headphones on the IFA. For example, the microphones in the Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Headset (€ 299) ensure that the sound is recorded exactly as you hear it. The JBL Soundgear (€ 229) is a mix of headphones and speakers, laying around the neck. This way you can listen to music or watch a movie, but still hear your roommates.

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