Overview of in-ear headphones

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Overview of in-ear headphones

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Due to the boom in mobile playback devices, above all the Apple iPod and smartphones such as the iPhone, everyone now has at least a pair of in-ear headphones lying around at home. This is probably the most common headphone type. Unfortunately, most MP3 players and mobile phones are delivered with headphones that sound bad, which quickly gives rise to the desire for higher-quality companions – after all, our favorite bands accompany us on the bus, the train, in short everywhere!

Things to consider when buying in-ears:

From cheap to high-end, everything is represented here, so a small checklist with the most important purchase criteria.

In-ears have to fit snugly in your ear to sound good. Silicone adapters are often included to help with this.
Of course, they also have to be comfortable, you wear them for hours and they mustn’t cause any earache.
If you want to use in-ears with your smartphone, you need a hands-free device integrated in the cable. The built-in microphone transmits your voice when making calls.

If you only want to connect in-ears to an iPod or other MP3 player, you only need a remote control. Depending on the model, you can use this to switch songs back and forth, pause or start them. The distracting reach for the smartphone in the backpack or trouser pocket is no longer necessary.

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