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Digital Silence DS-321D review

In-ear heaphones with good noise-cancelling abilities, and well-balanced sound with a decent soundstage Tested at £60

Our Verdict

In-ear heaphones with good noise-cancelling abilities, and well-balanced sound with a decent soundstage

For

  • Good noise cancelling
  • decent balance and soundstage

Against

  • Needs more oomph

What Hi-Fi? Verdict

In-ear heaphones with good noise-cancelling abilities, and well-balanced sound with a decent soundstage

Pros

  • + Good noise cancelling
  • + decent balance and soundstage

Cons

  • - Needs more oomph

Noise-cancelling in-ears aren’t unheard of. As it were.

Using its patented ‘feed-forward ambient noise cancellation’ Digital Silence has managed to create a rechargeable headset that cancels out an admirable amount of noise without introducing significant hiss.

Sound quality could do with more oomph, but the balance and soundstage is decent.

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