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The best CES 2020 headphones: Jabra, Shure and PuroPro

The headphones have come a long way in recent years, both to silence the world around you to relax without caring about the noise of your surroundings, end the cables for total wireless freedom, or a glorious combination of both, the truth is We expect a lot from this product in 2020. And in Las Vegas we have seen a preview of the best of what will come this year: These are the best CES 2020 headphones.

selection of the editor of ces 2020

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We have selected in this list the most innovative headphones we have seen so far in the contest. Read on to meet our best candidates at CES 2020, and get ready to save in the face of an imminent launch.

Shure Aonic 50

Best CES 2020 headphones

The famous audio brand has seen from the barrier how its competitors have incorporated active noise cancellation to travel with excellent results. Now, the brand is entering the game with the sensational Aonic 50, headphones that have a solid build quality, comfortable cushioning, and of course, a noise cancellation that will give you a necessary respite in noisy environments; The $ 400 Aonic 50 may seem expensive, but you will not be disappointed.

Although the duration of the battery with its 20 hours does not reach the height of its rivals (lase, Sony), it is more than enough for the great majority, except for really long trips, and is at the height of the new 700 of Bose Beyond that, they offer a balanced, clear and defined sound.

PuroPro

PuroPro

Puro headphones offer many of the features we expect in a first level wireless device, including noise cancellation with two adjustable modes, solid sound and battery life of up to 32 hours without noise cancellation, and 28 hours with she. But they also offer something unique in the segment: the volume limitation.

The company was created to design headphones to prevent children from raising the volume to harmful levels, after the founder's daughter suffered hearing loss after using her headphones. In this sense, the PuroPro now do this for us: they limit the sound to 85dB automatically (no matter how much you increase the volume on your phone). The result is a sufficient volume, although you always have the possibility of raising up to 95 dB.

Shure Aonic 215

Shure Aonic 215

Another product of Shure, the Aonic 215 are not true wireless headphones to use: they use the modular design previously used by the company, but in a true wireless version. Your battery offers up to 8 hours of duration per charge, along with three additional charges from its case. They sound great too, like their catalog brothers.

Jabra Elite Active 75t

Jabra Elite Active 75t

Like many advanced products at CES, the Elite Active 75t ($ 200 dollars) are not ready to go on sale, but we had the opportunity to try an advance and they sound great. The Jabra representatives told us that the sound will be improved in subsequent firmware updates and, of course, the audio can be tuned through the EQ in the Jabra application. Water resistance is also improving and now it reaches the IP57 rating, which means that it can be completely submerged for up to 30 minutes.

Unfortunately, the application that is not yet up to the Elite Active 75t, but when fully developed, is set to offer more features than ever, including My Sound, which is designed to calibrate the sound using the integrated microphones for fully customized design. My Control also allows you to customize the controls to your liking. Frankly, it is worth getting excited about any developments that come from Jabra, and if My Sound works as announced, these headphones can easily be among the best in 2020.

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