They’re actually good! – MBReviews

They’re actually good! – MBReviews

  • Sep 27, 2022

The Haylou BC01 are the manufacturer’s brave new endeavor into the curious world of bone conduction headphones and yes, I admit that I was very skeptical of this technology, especially at a more affordable cost, so can the Haylou BC01 change my mind? I wasn’t really impressed by the Tayogo S2, but it did show […]

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EKSA H1 Bluetooth Trucker Headset Review – MBReviews

The EKSA H1 is a Bluetooth speaker designed with a very specific core function in mind and that’s to provide the means to talk on your phone or listen to music while driving, hence the trucker headset appellation. Its use (obviously) isn’t limited to only truck drivers, considering that you’ll see this type of headsets […]

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EKSA Star Engine E5000 Pro Gaming Headphones Review – MBReviews

The EKSA Star Engine E5000 Pro are currently some of the best wired gaming headphones that the manufacturer has to offer, sporting 50mm drivers with a 55Ohm impedance and 112dB sensitivity. This means that they’re easy to drive by pretty much all audio sources, including smartphones, the Nintendo Switch or the Valve Steam Deck. And […]

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Durable and Loud – MBReviews

Durable and Loud – MBReviews

  • May 25, 2022

The GravaStar Venus is the second generation of Bluetooth speakers developed by the Shenzhen-based manufacturer and, while less flashy than the G1 (GravaStar Mars), it’s still following the cyberpunk genre style. Sure enough, the legs got shorter (the arachnid look is pretty much gone) and the entire device is smaller. And the light taming of […]

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GravaStar Sirius TWS Earbuds Review: Cyberpunk Earbuds – MBReviews

The GravaStar Sirius is perhaps the most unique pair of TWS earbuds that I have seen on the market and those that are familiar with the GravaStar speakers aren’t going to be surprised. That’s because the manufacturer has successfully adopted the cyberpunk style to its devices, but things aren’t just skin deep since GravaStar seems […]

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Are aptX and Knowles balanced armature enough for a premium experience? – MBReviews

The Haylou W1 are a pair of inexpensive TWS earbuds which offer a few interesting features that I have rarely seen at this price point. And I have noticed that the TWS earbuds market has lost a bit of momentum which is normal to happen after the initial novelty factor wore off. And that’s especially […]

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OneOdio Monitor 80 Open Back Headphones Review – MBReviews

The OneOdio Monitor 80 are the manufacturer’s first entry into the open-back headphones market and they tried their best to fine tuned them, so the headphones would be suitable for mixing and DJ monitoring. The price tag suggests that we may be dealing with a somewhat entry-level pair of monitoring headphones, but then again, the […]

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Tronsmart Apollo Q10 ANC Headphones Review – MBReviews

The Tronsmart Apollo Q10 is a budget-friendly pair of headphones that promises to use the ANC technology in a similar manner to the Sony WH-1000XM4 and Bose 700 in order to cancel the external noise and, by doing so, to maintain the quality of the music without needing to raise the volume. There really isn’t […]

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EKSA Air Joy Plus Gaming Headphones Review – MBReviews

The EKSA Air Joy Plus is one of the more affordable gaming headphones released by the Chinese manufacturer and we’re dealing with 40mm speakers that have a 32 Ohm impedance; there’s also a USB-C connector, so the Air Joy Plus is compatible with a large array of devices. I noticed that the main target is […]

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OneOdio Monitor 60 Headphones Review – MBReviews

The OneOdio Monitor 60 are some of the best headphones that the manufacturers has developed so far and it does try to appeal to both DJs and audiophiles (as advertised on the box). This mostly means that they’re going for that neutral sound, so the professionals can make use of the Monitor 60 in a […]

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