Tribit QuietPlus 78 Headphone Review

QuietPlus 78 Audio Performance and Final Thoughts

Now, on to the important stuff: audio quality. I spent many hours listening to various genres of music and podcasts. I also employed the help of my friends and family to test various opinions. One recurring theme I heard from those I had used the QuietPlus 78s was how lyrics could be understood in songs that the listener previously could not decipher. I agree with this finding. 

While the audio quality isn’t quite what I get out of my wife’s Bose QuietComforts, it is impressive for the price. It approaches that of the AirPod Pros, which will set you back about three times the cost of the Quiet Plus 78s. Highs are crystal clear. Lows are present but not overpowering. The biggest complaint I have–and it could be how I prefer my music–is that the mids are a bit muddled and over-present. This may not be an issue depending on how you like your music. In my car, I’m always cranking the highs and the lows, and dropping the mids on the equalizer.

If you’re in the market for a set of over-the-ear noise cancelling headphones, look no further. At $79.99, the QuietPlus 78s should be on your shopping list. They are comfortable, good looking, and have good audio quality. They are also easily packable in the included carrying case.

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