The Q9 Wireless earbuds clearly focus on a design that is easily portable and lightweight. This combined with the price means that expectations were low for the quality of sound. Regardless, these sporty little buds do provide good sound quality.
The Plantronics Backbeat Go 2 wireless earbuds are an improvement of their predecessor but still fall short in some key areas. Comparable to Beats and Monster variants of wireless headphones, the Plantronics headphones are on the fiscally responsible side of the headphones in retail and still are some of the smallest and lightest wireless headphones on the market.
The NoiseHush NX80 Headphones are stereo headphones with a desire to highlight their patent pending system that creates HD music driven by a bass sound without relying on battery operation. With a clean sound, these headphones provide users with the ability to enjoy high-quality music while avoiding harsh bass that will damage your ears. Using noise isolation technology, as well as tangle-free cords, these headphones have aspects to them that definitely help them rise above other well-known brands.
The Focal Sphear, designed by Simon Matthews, is an in-ear headphone (earbuds) dedicated to comfort and satisfaction. Focal is stepping away from the traditional headphones to bring crisp sound to listeners in innovative ways. Focal – pronounced fo – CAL – Sphear can be purchased for $149.99. High expectations follow that price tag. Do they add up? We’ll let you decide.