Libratone Track+ (2nd Gen) with 20 level ANC and 14 hours of playtime

With the second generation Track+, Libratone brings a new version of its wireless best noise cancelling headphones with ANC that can be set in 20 levels and up to 14 hours of playtime.

best Noise Cancelling headphones Libratone Track+ (2nd Gen)

Libratone has launched the second generation of its Track+. The new version can already be ordered from and is even cheaper than its predecessor. They are currently being sold for £88.85 on Amazon, the new Libratone Track+ (2nd Gen) only cost £117.06 out of the box.

Like the previous generation, the new Track+ of the second generation are again wireless in-ear headphones, which are aimed primarily at athletes. It is evidenced not only by the neckband but also by the special running mode. In this, the noise suppression is automatically adapted to the conditions to be safe on the road. Thanks to the built-in magnets, the noise reduction headphones adhere to each other, can be worn safely around the neck, and also switch off automatically.

The active noise reducing headphones can be set in 20 levels so that the level can be individually adapted to the environment and the respective activity at any time. Intelligent voice enhancement ensures that the person you are speaking to can be better understood during phone calls. Thanks to certification according to the IP54 standard, the 29 g lightweight Track+ second generation is protected against dust, sweat, and splash water. Bluetooth 5.2 is used for the transmission from the music source to the earphones.

Compared to the first generation, the battery life has also improved. Instead of up to 8 hours, the Track+ (2nd Gen) now lasts up to 14 hours. A full charge takes 1.5 hours. After only 5 minutes of charging time, energy should be available for up to an hour of playback time thanks to the fast charging function.

Apart from this best noise cancelling headphones, recently, Sony has announced the SRS-NS7 Bluetooth portable wireless speaker, a product aimed at home use that differs from more classic wireless Bluetooth speakers due to the way it is used. It is a wearable neckband speaker, the first in the world to be compatible with Dolby Atmos, Sony’s 360 Reality Audio technology, and BRAVIA XR televisions.

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