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JBL Club 950NC

JBL has been making speakers for more than 70 years, but headphones – and especially noise-canceling headphones – have only been added to the product catalog in recent years. The JBL Club 950NC is a closed headphone with electronic noise reduction (ANC) in the upper tier of the mid-range range. That is, in the affordable …

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Beoplay E8 Sport

We recently tested the third generation of Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8, which had been corrected for childhood diseases from the first two generations of completely wireless earplugs. But Bang & Olufsen had more up their sleeve: a sports version of the Beoplay E8 that has just landed in the reviewer’s ears. The Beoplay E8 …

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Sony WH-1000XM4

The world’s best noise cancelling headphones have been replaced, and the new WH-1000XM4 are better in every way. No matter what types of music I’m listening to, I find the audio quality better. There’s better pace and rhythm, I more often find myself snapping my fingers to the music and singing along. Outside noise is …

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Sol Republic Shadow Wireless

Sol Republic is a slightly forgotten brand in Scandinavia, which is a pity. For this price range, they are a set of really nice headphones for a youthful target market. Considering the target market, the black model looks slightly subdued, but the blue is considerably more flashy. They feel a bit like plastic, but are …

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Beats Solo Pro

When the first Beats model Studio saw the light of day in 2008, the headset market exploded, never to look back. Suddenly they saw the youth with heavy bells on their heads, rather than the pitiful earplugs that came with the music players. The fact that hi-fi enthusiasts frown their nose on Beats is completely …

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Bowers & Wilkins PX7

It’s been two years since Bowers & Wilkins’ first attempt at a noise-canceling headphone called the PX. It gave a real sense of luxury that even B&O had to envy them, and with a round and pleasant sound. But one had made a couple of strange choices, for example in that one cannot choose the …

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Sony WH-1000XM3

If you only want one pair of headphones, they should be wireless and definitely feature active noise cancellation. Sony WH-1000XM3! Therefore, it’s no big surprise that Bose QC35 are the best-selling headphones on the market. However, the best performing ones in our opinion are the Sony WH-1000XM2. Better sound than Bose, and slightly better noise cancelling. …

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JBL Reflect Mini BT

These are also available in a wired version, but in this case, it is the wireless that is applicable. As the name suggests, they have a reflex strip on the wire so you are visible when running in the dark. They feel practical more than luxurious, but the quality of the make seems good. Moreover, …

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Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Bose QuietComfort 35 II

With QuietComfort 35 , Bose surpassed its own QuietComfort 25, which was the market’s most popular noise-cancelling headphone until the wireless version came out. Bose QuietComfort 35 II has now arrived. From now on with almost perfect fit, and just as collapsible as before. Variable noise cancellation What distinguishes the new version from the first …

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Powerbeats Pro

Beats by Dr. Dre Powerbeats Pro

If you would like to have AirPods Pro, but think the protruding microphones are a deal breaker, or you think the sound is too loud at the top, then you should know that Powerbeats Pro has virtually the same functionality. After all, Beats is Apple-owned now. Powerbeats Pro has the same amazing wireless range as …

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Beoplay H9

B&O Play has previously been out to challenge Bose and its position as the uncrowned king of active noise cancellation. This was with the model H8, which came at in beginning of 2015. At the end of 2016, Beoplay H9 ended up in stores. Are they able to bump Bose from the throne? At first …

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9 wireless earbuds

Just a few years ago, you had to cough up a lot of money if you wanted to have wireless headphones, and still get great quality. Last year we found a number of very good reasonably priced earbuds. And it is now actually possible to go further down in price, and still get something that …

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Urbanears Jakan

Urbanears is famous for nice and colourful headphones at a decent price. Jakan is no exception and can be obtained in five sober colours. The ear pieces can be buttoned together with magnetic plates, turning it into what looks like a necklace. The remote control is smart, and has a small joystick instead of all …

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Supra Nero-X

When we tested the more expensive wireless earbuds last year, Supra’s first wireless model Nitro-X was voted as the best buy. Now they are they back with an even cheaper Nero-X. The construction is a little different. The battery is moved to the centre of the cord, but thanks to the slip-resistant surface the earbuds …

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Sol Republic Shadow Wireless

Sol Republic is a slightly forgotten brand in Scandinavia, which is a pity. For this price range, they are a set of really nice headphones for a youthful target market. Considering the target market, the black model looks slightly subdued, but the blue is considerably more flashy. They feel a bit like plastic, but are …

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