Absent for several years from the world of nomadic audio, Harman/Kardon is making a strong comeback in this field in 2020, especially with headphones true-wireless Fly TWS who intend to shake up the heart of the market.
Harman/Kardon Fly TWS
Introductory price €149
You don’t have to do active noise reduction and just look for intras true-wireless offering the best possible sound quality, but the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 are out of reach for you? Then the Harman/Kardon Fly TWS have you covered. Beware, however, of their ergonomics, which may not be suitable for all ear morphologies, especially the smallest ones.
- Very clear and dynamic sound reproduction.
- Very responsive bass.
- Build quality, splash resistance.
- Very complete orders.
- Excellent hands-free kit.
- Very slight lack of definition in the extreme highs.
- Limited stereophonic width.
- High latency.
- Thick case.
- Comfort can be problematic for people with small ears.
NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average price observed for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose VAT policy does not is not clear (say “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).
Jabra Elite 3
Introductory price €79.99
The services offered by these Elite 3 are completely consistent with what we are entitled to expect from them, both in terms of comfort, use and listening experience. They are clearly not the headphones true-wireless the most efficient and complete on the market, but they are positioned as a good choice for those who want a simple, efficient and inexpensive model. In addition, their mechanical buttons and in-ear design will appeal to those who don’t like touch controls or who are looking for passive isolation, without active noise reduction.