Libratone Q-Adapt (in-ear) review
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- Noise cancelling
The Libratone Q-Adapt in-ear iPhone headphones feature noise cancelling, which is rare for an in-ear model. They let you control how much of the outside world you let in - so you can stay safe while crossing the road or to listen out for an announcement while still enjoying your music. But how good will that music actually sound? We sent them to our audio lab to find out.What's included:
- Pros and cons
- What are they?
- How do they sound?
- What are they like to live with?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Should I buy them?
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