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AirPhonic WireFree review

It's convenient enough, but for what you get in terms of quality, we think the WireFree's expensive for what it offers Tested at £100.00

Our Verdict

Convenient to use, but lacking in quality

For

  • Convenient listening solution

Against

  • Sound lacks dynamics and texture

This AirPhonic bundle has a sender that plugs into the bottom of your iPod/Pad, and a receiver that goes into your dock.

There's also a small dock with an auxiliary output so you can use the kit with an otherwise unsupported system or traditional stereo.

Despite the use of Kleer wireless tech, there's an obvious drop in quality, particularly dynamics and texture. For some, the convenience of wire-free listening will outweigh sonic sacrifices; we're not convinced.

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