Working From Home Office Essentials – Best Home Audio Products

Working From Home Office Essentials – Best Home Audio Products

Working from home is currently more popular than ever. Wether you’re home office needs some earbuds with a microphone for those Skype calls, noise cancelling headphones or true wireless earphones to motivate you through the day, or some bookshelf speakers to drown out the neighbour learning that violin.. We’ve hand picked a selection of the best home office audio gear. From freelance veterans or city commuters on virus isolation lockdown, we’ve got some some great home hi-fi gear to help you power through the days and weeks.

Lypertek TEVI
There are many reasons why the Lypertek TEVI is a solid favourite for true wireless buds under £100, and many of the TEVI’s features are well suited for use in your home office.

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For the ultimate package, then the B&W PX7 is a complete solution for your audio and isolation needs. These full sized, noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones will give you freedom from wires.

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JDS Element II
The Element II will not only bring an audio upgrade – it will look great too. Beautifully designed with a simple yet striking look.

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Flare Isolate 2
Flare are leading the way when it comes to hearing protection, and their newest model – the Isolate 2 – is going to be the one we recommend.

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Campfire Audio Cascade
The Cascade is extremely comfortable, which is ideal for wearing for long periods of time while getting your work done.

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Audeze LCD-GX
Those of you who want the very best headphones that can double up as communication headsets may be interested in the Audeze LCD-GX. This is a high end gaming headphone aimed at audiophiles.

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Final E500
At £20, these are the best value performers we’ve come across. Sound quality is the E500’s main focus, and their level of detail, separation and imaging challenges models twice the price and more.

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Bowers and Wilkins PI3
These hybrid dual driver wireless earphones use a neckband design, and come with all of the latest features including Bluetooth 5, AAC, aptX and aptX-HD codecs, 8 hours of playtime, and very impressive microphone call quality – perfect for those video conferences.

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Kanto YU4
An ideal speaker for desktop use. They are powered speakers, so don’t require a separate amplifier, and they have Bluetooth functionality – so you can connect them to other Bluetooth devices wirelessly.

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Shanling UP2
A Bluetooth headphone amplifier and DAC, meaning that you can plug your headphones in and then connect wirelessly to your Bluetooth compatible device. This is perfect for use with PC’s, laptops, tablets and mobile phones.

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  1. Ronald Allen on December 21, 2020 at 12:02 am

    What about new Shure Aonic 50, excellent sound quality.

  2. Jamille Wright on December 21, 2020 at 12:07 am

    John hey there!
    I own a pair of Audio Technica M50X’s, Syndara’s, Shure 325, Bose 35, Bowers and Wilkins C5/C5 2, and numerous Chifi’s (ZS10 pro,..) I’m ready to step into beginner audiophile territory.. Something with tight bass and mids and highs for ultimate detail retrieval and soundstage. What is the perfect cans (noise cancellation) and custom in-ears? Love your videos man!!

  3. Assaf Rutenberg on December 21, 2020 at 12:20 am

    Love the Zmf t-shirt!

  4. Sagitaire06 on December 21, 2020 at 12:24 am

    Audio technica its thé best autonomy 15h for une charge !!! And 45 hours for battery box

  5. About the Sound on December 21, 2020 at 12:41 am

    There is a big diferença oh Lypertek Tevi soundstage and senheiser Momentum soundstage?