AUKEY Wireless Headphones Bluetooth 5 Sport Earbuds, 3 EQ Sound Modes, 15 Hours Playtime IPX6, Water-Resistant, w/Mic Secure Fit Sports Earphones
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About this item
- High-Quality Sound: Get rich, robust sound with punchy bass and a choice of three EQ sound signatures. A MEMS microphone chip reduces ambient noise and ensures clearer phone calls
- Quick Recharging & Extended Playtime: 10 minutes of USB-C charging gives 300 minutes of playback. Enjoy 15 hours of battery life when fully charged
- Secure & Comfortable Fit: Five sizes of ear-tips and three sizes of ear-hooks provide a customized, firm fit with excellent noise isolation
- Excellent For Sports: These lightweight IPX6-certified buds easily shrug off sweat and rain and can clip together magnetically when not in use
- Package Contents: AUKEY EP-B40P Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds, USB-A to C Cable, Five Pairs of Ear-Tips, Three Pairs of In-Ear Ear-hooks, Carrying Pouch, User Manual, 45-Day Money Back Guarantee and 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty Card
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USB-C Quick Chage & 15-Hour Playtime
The earbuds provide 15 hours of continuous listening, and it only takes an hour to charge them from empty to full.
Comfortable & Secure Fit
A choice of 5 pairs of ear-tips and 3 pairs of ear-hooks ensure you get a secure fit with a tight seal.
IPX6 Water Resistance
Strong protection against sweat and rain makes these earbuds perfect for the gym or jogging.
MEMS microphone make sure that you can have clear conversations while in a noisy environment.
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The difference in the controls is noticeable right away, being larger and and heavier. It is on the right side instead of the left now for no reason and was hard to get used to the change, but it does seem to be further down the cord so it rests on the shoulders easier without pulling out the earbud on that side. Using the controls feels different too, more tactile with almost too much resistance so that I have to make sure to push hard to keep my finger down when doing a long press. There is also a little cord connector in in the back that you can slide up and down the cords to make them tighter to you head if you want. This is a nice little addition.
That is all just mostly frivolous or cosmetic changes that don't mean that much. The biggest difference on these headphones are the slight change in size of the part that fits in your ears and the change in speaker drivers, neither for the better. These two changes combined make for a sound that is much tinnier and cheaper sounding. Because the tips are just a little smaller they don't make as good of contact with the inside of the ear which, as you will know if you have worn this style of headphones before, keeps the bass from being as full as it should be leading to a poor sound. I swapped out the tips with a set from another pair of headphones for a better fit and that just made the poor quality of the driver even more obvious. Now that they fit snugly in my ears the bass is fine but the mids and highs are horribly muddy/tinny. Changing the eq setting on the headphones helps and makes the sound tolerable but the highs are still a little too tinny and the mids are frustratingly muddy.
I've been using these for a week or two now and I'm still not used to the sound yet. I'm close to just chucking them in the bin and counting it as a loss.
If you are an "audiophile" then you aren't because you are looking at this product. If you are an audio engineer as I am, these have become my prefect bass test tool. Everything sounds awfully exaggerated in the bass on these, so if I overdo my low end they will actually start pumping the whole sound.
Extended battery life seems to come from a larger battery which results in a larger control pod. This leads to a more clunky feel when running. You definitely need to have the cable behind your head or the control pod will pull out your ear bud.
I ended up returning them because the Bluetooth connection started dropping several times an hour after a week of use.
One side was dead on arrival. I've tried to use the a but despite this and the sound quality seems worse than the previous as well, with slightly "muddier" sound. Battery life seems on par but can't really comment because only half of the headphones work. They charge extremely fast with the USB-C which is nice but it makes the button block larger and heavier.
Also the buttons are oddly difficult to push, and this is coming from a blacksmith/rock climber. Don't get these if you have hand strength issues. Wish the previous model was still available.
The "low battery" alarm starts at 20% and is very annoying, making 20% of the headphones charge useless.
Seller has not corrected the issue of them being dead on arrival, would suggest a different manufacturer.