The Review about Wireless Over Ear Headphones are in the following:
This review of device from JBL breaks the stereotype that good wireless on-ear headphones can’t be cheap.
Firstly, the JBL Tune 700BT has a capacitive battery that lasts for 27 hours of use, and the time to fully charge is 2 hours. Secondly, the microphone copes with suppressing ambient sounds, so it is comfortable to talk even on the street. The headset keeps close contact with the device, so it is quite safe to move away at a distance of up to 8 meters.
The rim is quite suitable even for users with a large head, and the 40 * 55mm ear cushions allow you to completely cover your ears. A definite exception is, perhaps, metal-heavy guitars sound on highs either loosely or like toy ones.
In the review of WH-CH710N over-ear wireless headphones, we can say that these are closed-type headphones with a 30 mm membrane and an autonomous operating time of 35 hours. In addition, the model received an advanced noise reduction system AINC and support for Bluetooth 5.0. The range of reproducible frequencies is 7-20000 Hz, which is much higher than the typical 20-20000.
Sony has adopted an interesting policy with regard to its wireless headphones: even the middle segment devices are equipped with good hardware, but lose in design and quality of materials. Perhaps for this reason, passive noise cancellation is felt weakly, but active noise cancellation works at the level of premium devices. Yes, it cuts battery life, but with that much battery life, the sacrifice seems to make sense.
The headphones sound good in all genres and at different volume levels, there are no kinks or bulging bass. The WH-CH710N is an exemplary “average”, which has everything not at an astronomical price.
In Review of Wireless Over Ear Lenovo ThinkPad X1 ANC headphones
This device is a kind of “dark horse“, but the headset has every chance of reaching the finish line first. The very name of the device refers to the famous line of corporate laptops, which affected the noise reduction system, which ideally drowns out extraneous sounds in the open space, but does not cope with the metro so effectively. The microphone works equally well in all environments. Thinkpad x1 ANC works correctly in open space and through multiple walls within a radius of 10 meters.
The model is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 and fast charging technology, which is 15 minutes allows you to extend the operating time by 2 hours.
There is a feeling that Lenovo has ignored the experience of other manufacturers and re-invented the headphones. Thinkpad x1 ANC has an excellent box-based control system: all buttons are designed in such a way that they cannot be used accidentally, but everything is very comfortable.
The sound in them is spacious and clean for the most part, although the electronics sound a little dry. The Lenovo device, oddly enough, is more about conversation capabilities and comfort of use than about music. In these components, these headphones outperform even headsets that cost twice as much.
For Fiio EH3 NC, this is the first model of full-size headphones under the brand name, so for its debut, the company decided to try.
The noise cancellation system really works as stably as in the 10,000 more expensive models. The environment, of course, still affects the operation of the microphones, but does not cause serious interference.
The headset has a powerful battery for 50 hours and can work in active noise canceling mode for up to 30 hours. Full charging time remains within 3 hours.
The headphones operate in a wide range from 5 to 40,000 Hz, but perhaps their main difference is their impartial clear sound. All genres of music sound equally correct in them without any bass-kicked ones, as Beats products often sin.
The downside of the device can be considered the control system, if in general, the design of the rim and temples evokes positive emotions, then the landing of the buttons rather makes you think. Not that this was a fatal mistake, but it will take some getting used to.
At first glance, it is difficult to understand from these headphones why they cost alot. Not a bad design, overhead type, but ear pads increased to 50 mm.
Dali is not completely new to the market: previously the company was exclusively engaged in acoustic systems, but now it decided to try its hand at making wireless headphones, releasing only a couple of models. The younger model IO-4 is in many ways similar to the premium version, but they lack ANC noise cancellation, which has a positive effect on battery life.
The design of the rim allows the earbuds to fit snugly against the ears at all times and change position along with the turns of the head. Dali have already tried their hand at creating Bluetooth speakers, so they transferred the technology to a series of their new devices. The device works via Bluetooth 5.0, which provides low latency in games and tight connection even in a crowd of people or near metal structures.
Another important parameter for full-length headphones, since they cannot be hidden under a cap, is moisture protection. The IO-6 are IP53 rated so they are moisture resistant.
The Dali has a battery life of 32 hours, a charging time of 2.5 hours, but a key feature in noise cancellation systems that make it sound great in all conditions. The IO-6 provides two modes of noise cancellation: ANC, which performs an order of magnitude better than in analogs, and passive. Together they form such a bundle that passes the metro test without any problems. The user can not only listen to music without interference, but also talk with comfort. In addition, there is also a mixed mode, which allows you to move around the city space, responding to danger.
Dali IO-6 seems to really understand how this or that genre should sound: dirty grunge, expressive jazz, so all the music from them is alive. The way the creators intended it, with all the smallest details and random discoveries. For wireless headphones, this is a truly new level.