Libratone Q ADAPT Wireless On-Ear Headphones with Adjustable Noise Cancellation, Stormy Black
Title : Libratone Q ADAPT Wireless On-Ear Headphones with Adjustable Noise Cancellation, Stormy Black
ASIN : B01NAHRH9X
The Q Adapt On-Ear Wireless Headphones allow you to choose how much of the world you want to let in with CityMix, adjustable active noise cancellation. Connect over Bluetooth to enjoy outstanding sound quality, clearer conversations, or absolute peace and quiet. Simply glide your finger over the touch interface on the Q Adapt ear cup to play, pause, change the track, activate the “hush” function, or adjust the volume with ease. Connect to a friend’s set with Bluetooth +1 and enjoy your favorite music together. 20+ hours of play time means that Q Adapt will keep up with you no matter where your day takes you. Cutting-edge Scandinavian design meets beautiful simplicity and the deepest, fullest personal sound experience you can find with Q Adapt On-Ear Wireless Headphones.
- TRULY WIRELESS WITH 20+ HOURS BATTERY LIFE: Connect your Libratone headphones via Bluetooth and use throughout the day without needing a recharge
- ADJUSTABLE NOISE CANCELLATION: CityMix ANC with four adjustable noise cancellation levels for customizing your listening experience
- ENJOY QUIET PHONE CALLS: The Built-in microphone allows you to take calls wirelessly, and active noise cancellation minimizes background noise
- TOUCH INTERFACE: Play, Pause, change the track, activate the “Hush” function, or simply crank up the volume, just by tapping the touch interface on your ear cup
- PREMIUM SOUND: Libratone’s signature sound profile features a balance of deep bass, full midrange and crisp highs to ensure any genre of music sounds great
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Rating : 4.9
Rating : 33
Review : Good, but I still prefer my Bose QC 15
This is a comparison between the newer Libratone on-ear with my older Bose Quiet Comfort 15 around-ear noise cancelling headphones. I used them both in the same 4 hour flight and also used them both for a week during my daily commute on public transportation. I will list several categories of comparison and rate each on a scale of 1 to 5. Note I used the Libratone iOS app to install the latest firmware (version 88) before these tests.
Music quality without noise cancellation: L 5 B 4
The Libratone music quality is excellent with tight base, crisp highs and good overall balance. The Bose is good also but a little soft in the base.
Music quaility with noise cancellation: L 3 B 4
When set to the highest level of sound cancellation, the Libratone adds a significant amount of hiss which distorts the sound. At the lower settings there is less hiss, but then there is more competing outside sound.
Noise cancelling: L 4 B 5