Libratone Q Adapt On-Ear wireless headphones now delivers varying levels of noise cancellation
Having a decent pair of headphones or earphones is no longer considered to be a luxury for many — rather, it is a necessity for the simple fact that we do a whole lot of commuting these days, it would be better to have our very own private space that allows us some form of escapism. Being untethered while enjoying your music is one way of relaxing, and Libratone, a company that has a heritage in speakers and headphones, have come up with the Libratone Q Adapt On-Ear wireless headphones which will be able to offer adjustable levels of noise cancellation — now how about that?
Wearing a pair of headphones does not mean forgetting about the world around you — it will also require you to keep tabs on what’s going on in your vicinity. After all, no one would relish the thought of being hit by a vehicle while jogging simply because he or she was too engrossed in their music playlist blasting at a high noise level, that they did not hear the honk of the oncoming car or truck. With the Libratone Q Adapt, there are four levels of adjustable noise cancellation, letting you be aware of what’s going on in your surroundings without taking away the joy of listening to your carefully curated playlist.
This is made possible thanks to the exclusive CityMix technology, providing Q Adapt users with complete control over how much external noise they choose to let in. The Q Adapt will arrive in a lightweight and ergonomic design, not to mention sporting a more stylish and comfortable fit so that your ears can enjoy great sound without compromising on safety. CityMix allows one to completely block out the racket of a crowded commuter train, all the way to letting in just enough ambient noise.
Those who are interested in the Libratone Q Adapt On-Ear Bluetooth wireless headphones can pick it up for $249 a pop in Cloudy White or Stormy Black shades.