The Danish company Libratone recently launched a new pair of headphones lightning named Libratone Q Adapt In-Ear. The big attraction is the ability to choose between four different levels of the active noise reduction. How well it works we will return to a little later in this article.
Smart and stylish design
If we start with the look, this is a smart and stylish design that follows the Scandinavian tradition. It is not only the headphones that are fancy, but also the accessories and the packaging itself.
Just where the cord branches is a built in remote Libratone chosen to name the Combox. Here are the expected controls for volume up / down, and start / pause playback. At the top there is also a button that allows you to manage the active noise reduction, thus the function to overcome the background noise. It is also excellent to use the voice-activated assistant Siri, if desired.
On the right earpiece has a microphone for voice calls. The design makes it easy to see which shell to sit in either ear, but for safety's sake it is also on them which one is right and which is left.
Four different levels of noise reduction
Most headphones with active noise cancellation comes with a rechargeable battery, but with Libratone Q Adapt In-Ear you never ever have to worry about dead batteries. Thanks to lightning connector must namely noise reduction circuit all the power it needs directly from your iPhone (or iPad for that matter).
The disadvantage is that you can only use the headphones with Apple's gadgets, it is not possible to use them to a mobile phone with Android or a Windows computer.
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for marketing reasons, Libratone chosen to call noise reduction technology for Citymix, which refers to it tend to be very noisy in town. You have four different modes to choose from, which one to use, you decide either by remote control or with a special Libratone app that you can download from the App Store. We recommend the latter solution, otherwise, it is difficult to know which mode is used.