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The world is steadily and inexorably being taken over by noise-canceling true wireless earbuds. Eventually, of course, they’ll learn to control our brains, but for now they’re just trying to outdo each other by sounding nice… and these Devialet Gemini buds are arguably the prettiest yet. The devils!

In less apocalyptic terms, it’s a fast-growing market. Devialet comes from the luxury angle – see our recent review of its wonderfully loud Phantom 1 speakers – so if anything, the £279 price of its in-ears, albeit higher than the Sony WF-1000XM4s or Bose’s QC Earbuds , is surprisingly reasonable.

We’ve got some exciting new acronyms to grapple with here – so if you’re curious to know what EAM, PBA and IDC stand for, and whether they really hi-ff a pair of in-ear headphones under £300, stay tuned. read.

DESIGN: THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR ROCKIN’

Well, they are not small. And from some angles they look like a pair of clunky old boots. But the Devialet Gemini buttons are light enough to be comfortable, even if it can be tricky to achieve a completely snug and secure fit (despite a choice of four tip sizes). The charging case – which takes battery life from six hours to a total of 24 – is a really heavy piece, but it’s acceptably compact.

They’re IPX4 rated, so be ready for the weird splash instead of exploring the ocean floor, and they’ll be up for it phone calls and voice assistant commands, as well as music. You can choose from three levels of active noise cancellation and two levels of transparency for when you do want to hear the outside world – via a pass-through signal filtered to focus on the key frequencies of human speech.

Ready for the exciting acronyms? EAM is ear active matching, where the earbuds automatically match their sound to the shape of your ear canal – like Nura’s magical profiling technology, but 10,000 times per second; PBA is ‘pressure balance architecture’, a system of meshes that keeps out external noise but allows to control the amount of air in the buds; and IDC is “inspirational doggy cuddles,” which helped keep the Devialet staff motivated throughout the design process.

No, sorry, it’s not. It’s ‘internal delay compensation’, which we understand is a kind of intentional latency there to keep the ANC loop in sync, allowing for more accurate phase cancellation in those tricky high frequencies.

SETUP: HERE COMES THE TWEAK FRIEND

Getting started is easy enough and gave us no problems with an Android phone, an iPad, or a Mac: Press a button on the case to enable pairing mode and wait for ‘Devialet Gemini’ to appear up on your device’s list. It’s Bluetooth 5.0, it seems extremely solid and it supports aptX, AAC and SBC.

There’s an app, of course, and for reasons that will become clear later, you’ll probably want it. The interface is clear and simple, the functionality simple but sufficient: on one screen you can check the battery status and switch between those different levels of ANC and transparency; another lets you control the tone via a number of presets and a six-band graphic equalizer, as well as left/right balance (for some reason); and then there’s the settings menu, where you can assign custom functions to double-press the earbuds’ touch-sensitive outer surfaces.

Don’t waste a lot of time on that part. The basics work well, though: a single press on either ear is play/pause, a long press on either toggles between ANC and transparency, and a double press is to skip (left ear for back, right for forward).

As with most modern in-ears, the music will automatically pause when you take one out; this is another thing you can change in the settings, in case you want to play The Very Best of Simply Red without actually hearing it, just to piss off Hucknall.

PERFORMANCE: THE WIND CRYS AIR

Devialet claims a frequency range that starts at 5 Hz, which is so far below the range of human hearing it’s ridiculous – but hey, it’s nice to know it’s there. Let’s see how they sound in real life, shall we?

Your mileage may vary depending on the shape of your ear canal, but our first impressions of these earbuds aren’t great. The lower things sound fine, but things are so aggressively higher up the register that vocals, guitars and hi-hats quickly make us shudder. A quick visit to the EQ screen, however, is enough to swap ‘excitement’ for something a lot kinder to the eardrums.

With significant dips on the 1.25kHz and 4kHz bands, we suddenly find ourselves in a happy hi-fi country. The massive space in the midrange makes lesser tops sound rough and muddy by comparison, revealing the kind of detail that warrants the invention of remastering. The bass isn’t supernaturally expansive, but deep enough without any hint of looseness, while the highs are so fresh and even like a nighttime sprinkling of Ribena flavor snow.

Is this the most powerful ANC we’ve ever heard? No – there are better options for ultra-noisy public transport – but if you just want to muffle the general background arguing, it’s very effective. It’s also very natural, it cuts evenly across the frequency spectrum so that the outside world appears to be turned down a few notches rather than oddly hollowed out or muffled, and doesn’t mess around up the balance of the music when it is on or off.

Oh, we have to mention the other things. Phone calls are loud and clear on both ends and the Google Assistant works fine. But you really won’t want to stop calling your mom, or find out which dinosaur had the biggest nostrils, if you listen to this.

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Part Number

LX608

Model

LX608

Warranty

2 Year Warranty

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