TREBLAB Z2 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones
Last updated date: April 23, 2020
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You'll get extra-comfortable earcups and earmuffs made from soft material with the TREBLAB Over-Ear Wireless Headphones, making them comfortable for extended wear. The plastic headband features sliders to let you adjust it to find the perfect fit. You'll also get long battery life and active noise cancelation for a great listening experience. In our analysis of 213 expert reviews, the TREBLAB TREBLAB Over-Ear Wireless Headphones placed 6th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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Treblab Z2. Premium Gym Headphones WORKOUT AS LONG AS YOU LIKE FOCUS ON YOUR WORKOUT GET PUMPED WITH THE ENERGY OF SOUND noise cancelling wireless headphones bluetooth headphones noise cancelling wireless headphones for sports iphone microphone over ear wireless headphones noise cancelling with bluetooth MADE TOUGH FOR SPORTS & KEEPS GOING FOR 35 HOURS With an incredible 35 HOURS of playtime, from PlayXTend battery, you’ll keep hearing your favourite music, workout after work-out. These top 10 Bluetooth headphones with mic offer the best Bluetooth connection, so you won’t be left in silence. HYPER-HD aptX SOUND QUALITY Ever felt goosebumps from hyper-HD sound? Our best wireless workout headphones come with Advanced Sound 2.0 Technology and aptX high-performance neodymium-backed 40mm speakers. That means you get the unreal audio quality that will boost up your energy. T-Quiet ACTIVE NOISE-CANCELLING When you’re in the zone, the last thing you want is distractions. That’s why the TREBLAB Z2 wireless over the ear headphones come with T-Quiet active noise-canceling technology. They block out the irritating external sounds so you can focus on your music and your workout. ULTRA PREMIUM MATERIALS | SUPER SOFT EAR PADS The Z2 sports headphones are designed to make gym heads turn! They’re super-comfortable, made of high-end, ultra-soft materials that mould to the natural shape of your ear for a custom fit. That means they won’t slip around, however hard you run, jump or kick! TREBLAB X5 TREBLAB XR700 TREBLAB J1 TREBLAB Z2 TREBLAB X5 TREBLAB XR700 TREBLAB J1 TREBLAB Z2 Type Truly wireless, in-ear Wireless in-ear Wireless in-ear Wireless over-ear Playtime Up to 6 hours + 4 additional charges with Charging Case Up to 9 hours Up to 8 hours Up to 35 hours Charging Time 2 hours 2 hours 2 hours 3 hours Bluetooth 4.2 5 4.1 aptX 4.2 aptX Signal Range 33 feet / 10 m 33 feet / 10 m 33 feet / 10 m 33 feet / 10 m Speaker units Beryllium, 8.2 mm 10 mm 8 mm 40 mm Noise cancellation Passive (noise isolation) Passive (noise isolation) Passive (noise isolation) Active, T-Quiet ANC tecnology Water & sweat resistance Yes / IPX4 Yes / IPX7 Yes / IPX6 Yes / IPX4 Phone Calls Built-in mic, cVc 6.0 Built-in mic, cVc 6.0 Built-in mic, cVc 6.0 Built-in mic, cVc 6.0 Additional features Siri/Google Assistant, Memory foam ear-tips Adjustable ear-hook, Multipoint, Memory foam ear-tips, Multipoint connection aptX, Memory foam ear-tips ANC, aptX
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An Overview On Wireless Over-Ear Headphones
In recent years, over-ear headphones have made a resurgence as some consumers have traded in their earbuds for better sound. Some over-ear headphones also feature noise-cancellation functionality, which comes in handy while you’re traveling. But as Digital Mom Blog’s Molly Thornberg points out, today’s consumers want the same wireless functionality that they can get with wireless earbuds.
“Wireless over-ear headphones are traditional headphones that go over the ears, but don’t have a wire,” says Thornberg, who regularly writes about technology on her blog. “This popular style of headphones connects to a device via Bluetooth, giving you the freedom to listen without having to worry about a wire.”
But there are a few things to consider when you’re picking out a pair of wireless over-ear headphones. You’ll need to make sure you choose a pair that provides reliable Bluetooth connectivity, not to mention one-touch linkup. Trying to connect devices via Bluetooth can easily get frustrating.
If you’re buying over-ear headphones for noise-isolating functionality, you’ll first want to check to see whether the pair you’re considering includes active noise-canceling. Headphones with that feature automatically create a sound wave that blocks out the level of noise detected around you. Some headphones simply create a seal around your ear and have you play music to block out noise, but active noise cancellation can be especially beneficial if you work in noisy environments or you travel via airplane.
It’s also important to consider sizing when you’re choosing a pair of over-ear headphones. Unlike earbuds that slip into almost any size ear the same, over-ear headphones need to work with the circumference of your head. Many come with adjustable headbands to help create that perfect fit. An ill-fitting pair of over-ear headphones can make it tough to get that seal you need to shield your eardrums from all that crowd noise around you. If you’re buying headphones for younger adults or you have a larger head size, you may want to measure your own head and compare it to the headband size before buying.
DWYM Fun Fact
The first pair of audio-emitting headphones was invented at a kitchen table. Although in-ear headphones were patented in 1891, engineer Nathaniel Baldwin put the first pair of over-ear headphones together in 1910, using his kitchen table as a work surface. The invention didn’t take off immediately, however, but the U.S. Navy eventually ordered 100 pairs, padding his bank account generously. His wealth was only temporary, unfortunately. Baldwin put his money to work in support of the Mormon polygamous movement – a decision that eventually bankrupted him. Headphones made their way to the mass consumer market in the late 1930s, when Bayerdynamic began marketing the first pair of over-ear headphones for home use.
The Wireless Over-Ear Headphone Buying Guide
- When it comes to noise cancellation, no two pairs of headphones are equal. It’s important to first distinguish between active and passive noise cancellation, with active noise cancellation generating sound waves to keep outside noise from getting to your eardrums. Passive noise cancellation simply uses the build of the earcups themselves to keep noise out. Some may prefer the passive approach in situations where they still might need to hear, such as on an airplane when a pilot could come over the intercom with important announcements..
- If you’re using your headphones while exercising or working around the house, make sure you choose a pair with controls that you can easily reach. Relying on your smartphone to pause or adjust the volume can be problematic when you’re wireless since your device may be on the other side of the room. But it’s also important to make sure the controls aren’t in a location where you might accidentally press them, especially if you plan to wear them while lying down.
- As with other wireless products, wireless headphones require a battery for the Bluetooth connection. Some over-ear headphones have batteries that last as long as 30 hours, which will come in handy if you’ll be away from the charger for a while.
- The best thing about wireless headphones is that they give you the freedom to roam around without your phone on you. That means if you’re cleaning or exercising, you can simply set your phone down nearby and enjoy a hands-free listening experience. But it’s important to check just how close to your device you’ll have to stay while listening. “Find out how far the headphones can play from the connected device,” Thornberg advises. “Wireless range can vary from 10-100 meters.”
- As with earbuds, wireless over-ear headphones can be used for phone calls. To have that capability, though, you’ll need to make sure your headphones have a built-in microphone.
- One of the best things about modern over-ear headphones is how comfortable they can be. Many feature earpads made using faux leather, also known as protein leather, and the cups are padded for extra comfort. You may not plan to wear your headphones for hours at a time, but someday when you’re on a long flight or trying to buckle down and study for a big test, you’ll appreciate a pair that doesn’t hurt your ears after a while.
- No matter what other features your headphones offer, it won’t matter if the sound quality is poor. Research the speakers that are built into your chosen pair. Whether you listen to music, podcasts, movies or audiobooks using your headphones, true-to-life sound is essential, as is a deep bass response.
- If you’re spending money on something, you’ll want a pair that lasts. The headbands on many headphones are made of plastic, but they’ll also probably have sliders to allow you to adjust the fit. Check the construction of all of this, as well as the stitching on the earcups, to make sure you’re buying a pair that will give you years of reliable use.