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Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the comfort and usability. The design and sound also get good feedback, but many are negative about the value for money. Opinions are divided on the portability.

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value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz


Let me start by saying that I'm a fan of Tivoli Audio and have always liked the company's tabletop radios and portable PAL radios . They offer an excellent blend of design and performance, which makes it easier to overlook their relatively high price...

The Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz headphones are lightweight, relatively comfortable for on-ear headphones, and attractively designed, with earcups that are decked out in wood trim. You can also use the headphones without engaging the noise-cancellation.

Overpriced; noise-canceling creates an audible hiss on quieter tracks and gaps in playback; sound should be more refined for this price.

The Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz noise-canceling headphones have some likeable qualities, but they aren't worth anywhere close to $160.

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Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz


The Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz offers an articulate flat response, but the company's debut headphone pair uses noise-cancellation circuitry that doesn't quite measure up to the competition.

Crisp, quality audio performance at moderate volume levels. Classy wood finish. "Defeat" button mutes music, raises ambient microphone volume so you can better hear surroundings. Plays audio in passive mode

Noise-cancellation adds audible hiss when activated. Noise-cancellation circuitry isn't built into earpieces, uses bulky shirt clip instead. Volume knob acts independently of sound source's volume, which can lead to serious distortion. No rechargeable...

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Tivoli Audio Radio Silenz review


Tivoli Audio is new to making headphones, but the American company has developed a reputation for sharp design and good sound quality, although its products aren't cheap. Wooden earpieces make the Tivoli Radio Silenz headphones particularly distinctive...

The set looks pretty, but these noise cancelling headphones are overpriced for their sound quality