The last pair of headphones we're discussing is also the cheapest pair. You get a fairly basic-looking pair of headphones that can only be connected by a cable. It doesn't come with any other features, as it's the only pair in our test to not feature a microphone, which means you won't be able to make phone calls with it. The noise cancellation is powered by a single AAA battery placed in the right earcup.
The Teufel Mute is mainly interesting if you listen to bass-heavy music, as the low tones are its strong point. Unfortunately this comes at the cost of the high tones. The sound can't really be described as crystal clear or sparkling. The noise cancellation works surprisingly well considering the price class, although it doesn't tip to the best in this test. It would be unfair to expect that though, given the difference in pricing.