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The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about noise isolation, usability, durability and sound. Editors are less positive about size and portability and have mixed opinions about comfort. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 85/100 = Very good quality.
SOL REPUBLIC Amps Air Review: Long Over Due, but Worth the Wait?
This review is long overdue and I've been waiting to try these since I first heard about them back late last year. The Amps Air were released in September 2016, but Sol Republic has just been through a few changes as well, so we got a littleFull Review
Sol Republic's Truly Wireless Amps Air Review
Now that Apple's AirPods are finally out, a lot of people are wondering what alternatives are there? Maybe you're looking for a pair of buds that are actually in-ear or something more compatible with your devices. Sol Republic, a brand known forFull Review PCMagTim Gideon on November 22, 2016
SOL Republic Amps Air
The wireless, cable-free SOL Republic Amps Air headphones deliver thunderous bass, a wildly sculpted sound signature, and limited on-ear controls.Full Review
Since Apple infamously removed the headphone jack from its latest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, tech fanatics have been racing to find the best set of wireless buds they can. Recently, more and more 'truly wireless' buds have been appearing, cuttingFull Review
Sol Republic Amps Air review
Sol Republic's fully-wireless Amps Air bring elegant style, but skimp on soundFull Review
Sol Republic Amps
These bassy in-ear headphones are stylish, but are they worth £50?Full Review
Sol Republic Amps Review
We have already reviewed SOL Republic's over-ear Tracks headphones and were quite taken with them. Now we're putting their in-ear Amps earbuds to the test. SOL, or Soundtrack Full Review