Anguo Bluetooth Sport Earphones Review


Anguo Bluetooth Sport Earphones Review

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Takeaway: Ok audio for the price, bright trebles and lacks bass, poor isolation, short run time.

The earphones come with a USB charging cable, three sets of eartips: small/medium/large, two ear stabilizers, two over the ear hooks, and an instruction manual. The left earphone has the Anguo logo on it and the right earpiece has the charging port and controls for volume up and down keys, and on/off button. The earphones are lightweight, at only 0.5 oz and the wire between the earpieces is 19" long. The ear stabilizer wings are designed to slip into the curvature of your ear so they won't fall out easily, but may not fit everyone's ear so you can optionally use the over the ear hooks which snap on to the earbud stem which work great. The unit takes about an hour to charge and lasts up to 4 hrs of use depending on playback volume, though at slightly above 50% volume I found they only last a couple of hours. You may get more use out of them at lower volume. When charging, the LED will be red and it changes to blue when fully charged. To pair to your phone, press and hold the power button for few seconds and it'll turn on, but continue to hold it down until you hear the 'ready to pair' prompt and it should show up in your Bluetooth menu as "A1."

The sound from the earphones is pretty average. The trebles are overemphasized giving them a shiny almost raspy quality at high volume. Cymbals, female vocals, and violins in the upper ranges tend to sound a bit strained. There's not a ton of bass making the sound somewhat thin and the passive isolation won't block out all the sound around you. The mid and low ranges come across much better balanced with a clear and clean sounds, but the overall brightness may leave your ears fatigued after a long listening session. Not that that's a huge problem, because even at moderate listening volumes I only got a little over 2 hours of use out of them before they were running low on battery. On the plus side, call quality was clear and the caller could understand me fine when speaking at a normal volume, but this is sometimes hit or miss.

In general, these headphones would be fine for a workout or if you're doing something active where you don't want the headphones to fall out of your ears. They're also okay for a commute if you don't need the best sound quality and just need to tune out stuff around you, but don't plan on being able to listen to these all day on a single charge.

Buy it at Amazon: Anguo Bluetooth Sport Earphones [Affiliate Link]

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