Libratone brand is fast becoming one of the best options for those looking for excellent audio quality combined with Danish style.
Like other market leaders like Bang and Olufsen, Libratone captures the attention of its customers with beautiful products that work perfectly.
Reading: Libratone headphone review
every libratone item, whether it’s the zipp wireless speaker or the track air+ headphones, shares an unwavering commitment to quality.
While you may pay a little more for these headphones than for a standard pair of on-ear headphones, you’re getting exceptional value as a result.
Today, in our libratone q adapt review, we’ll walk you through all the features and capabilities that make these wireless in-ear headphones so appealing.
libratone q adapt review: technical specifications
It’s not easy to find a pair of headphones that can combine high-quality audio with comfort for less than $300.
luckily libratone seems to be solving this problem with the libratone q adapt in-ear headphones. they look great, they feel great and they sound amazing.
- dimensions: h: 190 mm, d: 60 mm
- weight: 200 g
- power: up to 20 hours
- bluetooth 4.1< /li
- aptx codec
- 3.5mm aux input
- libratone app access
- 2 x 40mm neodymium drivers
Designed to offer the ideal blend of functionality and beauty, the libratone q adapt headphones are some of the most impressive on-ear noise-canceling products we’ve seen at this price point.
Libratone Q Adapt review: Design
design is one of libratone’s strengths. Like many Scandinavian tech brands, this is a company that wants to make sure its products not only work well, but look great too.
The elegant and simple q adapt hearing aids are available in 2 colors, with soft silver details. Synthetic leather and soft memory foam ear cups offer exceptional comfort, with knitted fabric on the headband.
You can adjust the size of the earcups to fit your head with a simple slider function. Unfortunately, the headset doesn’t fold up after use, so you may have trouble keeping it in your bag when you’re on the go.
There is a lighted bird on the right earcup of the libratone q adapt, so you can see if the headphones are in use via bluetooth. you’ll also see the libratone logo on the other side that doesn’t light up.
meanwhile, the right earcup houses a touch control panel that lets you control music and content using gestures.
swiping right or left adjusts the volume, while holding down the pad for three seconds pauses or plays the audio.
if you run out of battery, the libratone q adapt headphones also come with an auxiliary cable, which you can connect to any device with a 3.5mm app.
libratone q adapt review: features
Despite a sleek, feather-light design, the Libratone Q Adapt headphones are packed with features. It would be easy to forget you’re wearing these headphones if you didn’t have amazing sound to remind you.
q adapt earphones are compatible with smart assistants like google and siri, which is a rare feature for libratone.
touch the control panel for five seconds and you will automatically call your assistant to make a quick call or access your music applications.
It’s also worth noting that these libratone headphones come with active noise cancellation built in, which is a nice bonus for distraction-free listening.
The battery life of your wireless headphones will last up to 20 hours of constant playback, with slight adjustments to that number depending on your volume options. Also included is a handy app that you can use to play around with your audio settings.
Even with an impressively low price of less than $150, Libratone Q Adapt Headphones features include:
- professional noise canceling function
- premium sound quality
- qualcomm aptx technology
- bluetooth streaming
- nordic style award winner
- touch and gesture controls
- comfortable memory foam ear cushions
- extremely lightweight design with swivel options
- 20 hours of battery life
- smart app included
- voice assistant support
- dual connection to more than one device
- 5 microphones for hands-free calls
Libratone Q Adapt review: Performance
As a modern pair of wireless earphones, the Libratone Q Adapt has a lot going for it.
These active noise canceling headphones can cancel up to 90% of the ambient noise around you, so you can enjoy a distraction-free listening experience for up to 20 hours of playtime.
There are four levels of noise cancellation to choose from, and you can adjust the transparency levels in the included libratone app.
The app also gives you the option to experiment with your bluetooth connections, adjust touch control functionality, and configure access to the smart assistant.
There’s even the option to experiment with eq through the app using the libratone presets.
if you want to adjust things like bass and treble, libratone gives you the freedom to do so. however, it’s worth noting that the audio quality is quite impressive right out of the box.
bass is rich and punchy without being overwhelming. vocals and high notes stand out perfectly against the sea of other sounds in your music.
It’s also worth mentioning the hands-free speakerphone features included with the Libratone Q Adapt. To ensure better voice quality, you get a range of five microphones to give you crystal clear voice quality.
This could be a great pair of headphones to invest in if you make a lot of calls on the go.
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