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    New Lineup Offers the Ultimate Sound Experience with Combination of Superb Audio Quality, Adaptive ANC and Perfor

  • Spring Break Travel: The Affordable Earbuds You Need to Buy – Billboard

    From the plane to the hotel, these earbuds are perfect for your Spring Break 2022.

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  • Dirac and Nura Announce Collaboration on New NuraTrue Pro Wireless Earbuds – rAVe [PUBS]

    Swedish audio pioneer Dirac and Australian headphone company Nura today announced their collaboration on the NuraTrue Pro wireless earbuds, featuring Dirac’s award-winning Dirac Virtuo™ spat

  • JLab JBuds Air Pro Review | PCMag

    Affordable wireless earbuds with strong sound and weak controls

    I've been a contributing editor for PCMag since 2011. Before that, I was PCMag's lead audio analyst from 2006 to 2011. Even

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