This week we have a first blog from Josh. A tech review on a set of Bluetooth headphones. So over to Josh.
Hi I’m Josh, the eldest child in the Lingotastic family, I am also a student and like looking at technology and the big advances in the technological world. I am currently doing my A-levels and one of the subjects I am doing is computing. I have been into technology from an early age. When I was around 7 years old I loved going on the computer, taking photos with my dad’s digital camera. I was also fascinated by mobile phones at the time, ever since I have enjoyed looking at the advancement of mobile phones from phones with physical keypads, through the early touch screen phones to now with phones which have high quality cameras built in. I like listening to music and headphones have very useful for me in the past as I have wanted to listen to music but not out loud as the rest of my family have different music tastes to me. I specifically like Bluetooth headphones as they have no cables to get caught on something while listening to music. Also because you can have your device on the other side of the room while listening to music, so when I was offered to review the August EP636 I couldn’t say no.
These headphones are very good quality headphones for the price they are as Bluetooth headphones. This is because:
Firstly, these headphones are very compact. In other headphones, I have used in the past, being compact can sometimes mean that the manufacturer has compromised on the build quality to make the headphones more compact, but in this case August hasn’t reduced the build quality of these headphones that much so that they are more compact. To further test build quality of the EP636 I then tested the quality and strength of the headband of the headphones. I could stretch the headband quite far without it feeling like it was going to break. During my time testing the EP636 at one point, they fell onto the ground from a meter high (3.28084 feet). After this drop happened the sound and build quality was not affected in any obvious way. The build quality isn’t all completely good though because when testing the headphones after an hour of listening to music with them it started to get a little bit uncomfortable, this may be because I have a fairly big head but I don’t think these headphones are designed for people with bigger heads.
The earcups move around a little too much for my liking this might be because they are on ear headphones, people want to adjust the angle and positioning but for me, it moves around too much. I really like the positioning of the media control buttons on the EP636 as they are exactly where I would expect buttons to be on Bluetooth headphones. Whereas in previous Bluetooth headphones I have used the media control buttons weren’t that intuitive to use. The addition of NFC to these headphones made it really simple and easy to pair the headphones to my phone as I just had to tap it against the back of my phone to connect and tap it once more to disconnect.
I liked the design of these headphones as I got the matte red version. I prefer a matte finish on headphones as the finish looks cleaner and smoother. I don’t think that there is enough cushioning on the earpads as they got slightly uncomfortable after an extended period of use. The sound quality of these Bluetooth headphones is reasonable for the price they are sold at. The bass is quite powerful which for the price of these headphones was quite unexpected, the mids and highs were not as clear and sounded quite muddy. I have not fully tested how long the battery on these headphones last but I have used them for a whole day without the headphones running out of charge. Overall these headphones are very good for the price as have a very good build quality and sound quality for a low budget.
Josh blogs about tech on https://joshtechcentral.wordpress.com/ Thanks Josh, we look forward to reading
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Disclaimer, we were offered these headphones at a reduced price in exchange for an honest review.