Earbuds Archive

boAt Rockerz 255 Wireless Headphones Review

No matter what kind of music you enjoy, we can all agree that owning a pair of decent headphones is essential. Whether you enjoy working out consistently or casually going about your day, playing music into your ears can have a huge impact. It’s been shown to reduce frustration, improve motivation and even reduce fatigue in some situations. Most of all, it just makes everything …

In-Depth Review of the Vislla S7 Wireless Earbuds

While working out, it’s an absolute requirement for many athletes to use music to their advantage. In fact, studies have shown that listening to music increases the duration of exercise in both male and female subjects. This is already a known fact for some, as many times, people have been known to downright refuse a work out if they don’t have their headphones. Furthermore, there’s …

NYZ (Space Series) True Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Review

Picking out the right pair of wireless headphones can be a time-consuming task. Since there are so many varieties to choose from, it’s common to become a bit confused and somewhat overwhelmed with your choices. If you’ve been browsing Amazon for affordable earbuds, you may have come across the NYZ (Space Series) True Wireless Bluetooth Headphones. They’re inexpensive, attractive and backed by over 1,000 positive …

In-Depth Review of the ENACFIRE F1 Wireless Earbuds

Wireless earbuds are now the gold standard for music listening. Even just 5 years ago, they weren’t nearly as popular as they are today. Given the fact that Bluetooth technology has improved vastly over the last few years, it’s easy to see why. The technology has improved so much to the point that there are literally thousands of different makes/models to choose from. Browsing on …

Funcl W1 True Wireless Earbuds Review

When Apple announced in 2016 that the iPhone 7 would only support wireless earbuds, many people were skeptical. At the time, wireless earbuds were mostly known as a gimmick. Sure, you could use them, if you wanted tinny, single-channel audio. But nobody would actually use them for music, right? It turns out that Apple CEO Tim Cook was right, and everybody else was wrong. This …