- LG Tone Free DFP 8 im Test
- Sennheiser CX Plus True Wireless im Test
- Libratone Air + (2nd Gen) in the test
- Nothing Ear 1 im Test
Small in-ear headphones are still often denounced as inferior replacement solutions. In the opinion of some critics, they are only made for those who do not value good sound.
The models from Libratone, LG, Nothing and Sennheiser are demonstrating how outdated this judgment is this month. The sound of all of our four representatives is finely tuned and well balanced.
But the youngest in-ear squad not only has a lot to offer in terms of sound. In terms of endurance, there is hardly a model that does not last for at least four hours at a time and cannot be reloaded several times in its case.
The apps offer more and more operating options, and with features such as UV light cleaning against harmful viruses and bacteria, the manufacturers’ drive for innovation is now reaching previously unimagined spheres.
On the following pages you can find out which of the four tested high-tech plugs in the price range between 100 and 200 euros can secure the test victory.
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