P6 Bluetooth Headphones Review

P6 Bluetooth Headphones Review

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Takeaway: Weak plastic construction, sub-par sound, medium comfort.

The headphones come with a 5' braided nylon gold-plated male-to-male audio cable and a 14" microUSB cable. These are made of a hard plastic shell with a shiny finish, but don't feel terribly durable. The headband has a little bit of padding on the top, but not much, and the earpieces are adjustable in length but don't rotate at all. The earcups are 3" in diameter and are soft and cushy at least. The controls are on the outside of the left earpiece. You have controls for power/mode, volume/skip tracks, and play/pause/answer calls. On the bottom of the left earpiece is the AUX port for the audio cable, microphone, and LED indicator. Towards the front on the same earpiece, is the microUSB charging port and a TF card slot for listening to MP3s loaded to a microSD card.

To turn the unit on, press and hold the power button and continue to hold it until the LED flashes green and blue; this puts the headphones in pairing mode and you'll be able to connect to the device called 'P6' in your device's Bluetooth menu. Use the power/mode button to switch to TF card mode is you havean SD card installed or Radio mode. The radio mode is okay, but it didn't pick up a lot of stations in my area. Pressing the play button in radio mode starts the auto scan and pressing it again pauses on the current channel. This feature was difficult to use because the stations change pretty quickly and by the time you press the play button to stop the scan, it's already moved onto the next station and you end up scrolling back through the channels to find it. You also can't save the scanned channeled to any presets so you have to find them every time. If you want to use this set as a regular wired headset, you can use the included audio cable which works as advertised.

The audio quality is okay, but it's not amazing. It's a bit thin and muffled sounding like the music is coming from far away. It also brings the mid-ranges forward way too much to compensate for this. There's just not enough depth or fullness to the sound; the bass and low ranges tend to sound a bit garbled. The other thing I didn't like was that the button presses on the outside of the left ear piece were really loud, distracting, and obnoxious. Overall, the construction quality of the headphone is very basic and the sound quality is average. For a low cost set of wireless headphones it is okay, but I'd rather shell out a little bit more for better quality.

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