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Top 5 earbuds currently on the market

Earbuds are in everyone’s pocket. So many of us depend on them, whether when we’re leaving the house, or watching a movie at home and trying not to bother people around us. They’ve become such an important part of our lives that it’s difficult to imagine what it would be like without them. Unlike over-ear headphones, earbuds are much smaller, easier to pack and fit into every pocket. That’s why so many of us are often in the hunt for the best possible earphones for the best possible price. Hopefully, this list can get you closer to the best ones for you.

1More Triple Driver In-Ear Headphone

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These are around $100 and the quality doesn’t fit the price – they definitely sound more expensive than they are. They are made of aluminum and have a nice rose gold color. While the rubber cable might feel a bit cheaper, you’ll come to realize that it doesn’t matter and that they’re working perfectly. For this price, 1More Triple Driver In-Ear headphones are one of the best. Headphonatics can give you more of the similar guides and lists to some of the best earphones on the market. They regularly post audio technology news as well as reviews.

Sensitivity: 99dB at 1KHz
Frequency response: 20- 40,000Hz
Impedance: 32 ohms

Jabra Elite Active 65t

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These are more expensive than the previous ones, around $190 but they also justify the price. First of all, they are completely wireless. They have around 15 hours of battery life and give you access to Google assistant and Alexa. The price is more than reasonable for the quality of sound you’re getting. They’re perfect for running as they fit really well in your ear. They have around four-star review based on 2,198 Amazon customer reviews.

RHA MA390 Wireless

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Unlike Jabra Elite Active 65t, these aren’t entirely wireless as they have a cable that goes around your neck. They feature great build quality, terrific sound, and the price is affordable at around $70. These are easily one of the best neckbuds currently on the market in this price range. One advantage they have over entirely wireless earbuds is longer battery life, but are a bit less comfortable during a run.

Sensitivity: 100dB
Frequency response: 16- 22,000Hz
Battery life: 8 hours

Bose QuietControl 30

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These earphones have a neckband design and are truly comfortable. The sound is fairly good considering the price which is around $299. Also, they have noise cancellation which is always handy. You can control the level of noise cancellation and choose when you want to be more involved in what’s going on around you, or you can isolate yourself completely. The microphone’s noise-rejecting system helps you get clearer calls without the surrounding noise bothering you. All in all, these are great for their price and are highly recommended.

Bluetooth range: 33 ft (10 m)
Battery charging time: Less than 3 hours

Battery life: Up to 10 hours per full charge

TaoTronics TT-EP01 Active Noise Canceling Headphones

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The active noise cancellation and a premium alloy construction make these earbuds feel much more expensive than they actually are. They come at a price of around $46 which is pretty cheap for this type of earbuds. They have a microphone and come with three different sizes of earbuds. The sound could be better but consider the price, you’ll probably be satisfied.

Battery life: 15 hours

The top 5 free and open-source hotel booking engines


In the digital age, the travel industry has been turned upside down. With the ever-increasing booking platforms and private booking engines, the majority of travelers expect to be able to book a hotel online. Consequently, the hospitality software industry is thriving, with thousands of vendors across the globe offering a variety of different products and services to the hospitality industry.

There are currently thousands of booking engines to choose from. Most providers require a long-term contract and a minimum payment for 12 months of service. There is usually a setup fee involved, and many charges extra for any add-ons you may want your booking engine to include.

If you are in the market for a free solution, the choice is limited. What follows is a summarized list of the most popular options currently on the market:

1. Freetobook

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They have been in business for years. Based in Glasgow, they offer a free booking engine solution for hotels, hostels, BnBs, and cottages. Freetobook charges for collecting and storing your payment details, so it’s very useful if you just want to display your availability online and arrange to be paid later. They also charge for mobile bookings and offer additional paid features such as iCal integration and Google Hotel Ads.

2. Qlo

Qlo is an Indian-based open source provider. They offer a free and open source booking engine for. The software is based on PrestaShop and it’s written in PHP. Installing it however will require some technical skills, so it may not be suitable for the less tech-savvy.

3. Bedvine

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Bedvine is a U.K.-based hospitality software vendor. They offer a free cloud-based booking engine with the ability to receive payments online. They charge for more customization of the booking pages and priority support. The solution is suitable for small hotels, villas, BnBs and apartments.

4. Sagenda

A small and free booking engine offered as a responsive WordPress add-on. Sagenda is suitable for all accommodation providers and also businesses offering appointments (hairdressers, doctors, etc.). It includes a bookings dashboard and can generate personalized emails for your guests.

5. Skedda

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A booking and appointments engine offered for free for up to 10 items (rooms, slots, etc.). Additional paid features Skedda offers are the ability to receive payments online, backups, and various software integrations.

Do you have any experience with any the above-mentioned vendors? Let us know in the comments section down below.