Libratone Q Adapt On-Ear review, Hands on, Rating and Compare Price

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  • CITYMIX ADJUSTABLE ANC: Choose how much of the world you let in or out, with City Mix, active noise cancellation
  • TRULY WIRELESS: Connect your Libratone headphones via Bluetooth
  • ENJOY QUIET PHONE CALLS: The Built-in microphones allow you to take calls wirelessly, and active noise cancellation minimizes background noise
  • LONG BATTERY LIFE: Enjoy 20+ hours of battery play time - Full recharge takes less than 3 hours
  • TOUCH INTERFACE: Play, Pause, change the track, activate the "Hush" function, or simply crank up the volume, just by tapping the touch interface on your ear cup

Libratone did an excellent job designing its first on-ear headphone. The Q Adapt On-Ears offer unique styling, great build quality and good sound. The ability to choose different levels of noise cancellation is nice, as there are situations in your everyday life where you want to be aware of your surroundings.

Its touchpad is a feature that we love and hate. We love it for its intuitive controls, but hate that our taps and swipes don’t register every time.

If you want an ultra-portable, good sounding noise cancelling headphone that stands out from the crowd, the Libratone Q Adapt On-Ear are a great choice. At $250 (£219, about AU$336) they’re not cheap, but they’re worth it if you care about design and the ability to adjust noise cancellation strength.

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