The IQbud Boost from Nuheara aren’t your regular wireless earbuds; these things care about your hearing and can personalise the sound to your specific needs, thanks to the included Ear ID, a clinical-grade hearing assessment that automatically calibrates the earbuds to your unique hearing profile. If you already have a degree of hearing loss, these earbuds help you get the best out of your audio by using intelligent amplification to suppress the background noise and boost your hearing which is customisable to different environments.
The MW07 from Master and Dynamic come in seven stand-out designs: Tortoiseshell, Steel Blue Matte, Grey Terrazzo, Matte Black, White Marble, Piano Black and Pink Coral, all models are handcrafted with acetate, giving a glossy and durable finish whilst keeping the weight down to just 9g per earbud. The ear buds have a D-shaped outer casing and come with a range of ear tips for a precise fit, including the silicone Fit-Wings in two detachable sizes, which help to hold the earbuds in place whilst moving around more vigorously, running for example.
The Nivå from Sudio are truly wireless headphones that come in four attractive styles, Black, White, Pastel Pink and Pastel Blue that are all packed into a premium minimalist body, they connect via Bluetooth 4.2 which gives you the standard 10m range. One full charge will give you 3.5hour battery life, if this doesn’t sound enough for some serious audio addicts fear not as the charging case will top up the battery a further four times giving you a total of 17.5 hours before you need to find a plug socket, there are battery level indicators on both the earb
The MA750 Wireless headphones from RHA featuring noise isolation and a lightweight Aerophonic housing design (just 41g), are packaged beautifully and these headphones look premium from the outset. They have been designed to channel the sound from the headphone's driver directly into the listener's ear without obstruction, thanks to the housing design which is unique to RHA's MA Series.
When I first started running, I was a very minimalist runner. With a pair of beaten up running shoes, cotton t-shirt and (shock horror!) cargo trousers, I would happily hit the streets. As the years have passed, I’ve built up a collection of technical clothing (underwear included), shades, gadgets, apps, etc, until I realised I had begun to look like I was leaving the house for combat rather than a quick run around the block.
The Liberty+ from ZOLO represent the world’s first total wireless earphones, with Graphene-enhanced sound, meaning they have done away with traditional drivers and replaced them with a graphene-style driver which, without going into too much detail, uses less energy and movement to create the sound you hear.
Optoma has launched its first fully wireless earbuds – NuForce BE Free8. For true wireless freedom, the BE Free8 in-ear headphones have no cables or neckband for unrestricted movement at any time. Designed for clear, uninterrupted audio, the protective carry case doubles up as a charger - allowing users to stay connected for non-stop listening on the go.
Jabra set expectations high with their description of the Sport Elite headphone by stating, “With 16 years of Bluetooth experience and a unique expertise in sound quality, the Jabra Elite Sport wireless earbuds guarantee superior sound and call quality.” Let’s take a look and see if they can live up to the hype.