Saturday, 12 September 2015

Bluedio T2S Bluetooth Headphones Quick Review

Bluedio T2S Bluetooth Headphones Quick Review

Brief:  Dirt cheap and wires optional.

Price:  £25

Specification:  Bluetooth version: V4.1, Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP, Drive: 2×Φ2.24inches, Impedance: 16Ω, Frequency response: 20 Hz -20KHz, Sensitivity: 110dB THD: <0.1%, Operating distance: up to 32 ft (free space), Bluetooth music time: about 40 hours, Bluetooth talk time: about 45 hours, Standby time: about 1625 hours Fully charged time: about 2 hours, Headset size: 7.87" tall 7.32" wide, Package size: 7.87"×6.69"×3.35" Headset weight : 7.9oz, Package weight: 15.49oz

Accessories:  Micro USB charging cable and a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable.

Build Quality:  Pretty good, bit plasticy but then they are super cheap.

Isolation:  Very little.  Maybe I wasn’t just getting a seal as I had a lit fit issue but they isolated very little to me.

Comfort/Fit:  Fit, well right way round they didn’t fit me at all.  Swapped round they worked but comfort wise id put them about an hour before I wanted them off.  Others have faired better though.

Aesthetics:  Not bad, bit plastic bit come in 4 colour options and they all look pretty reasonable nice.

Sound:  Very thick and very heavy are the watch words.  The bass is fairly dominant too though it hasn’t much depth, which will happen if it’s not sealing properly.  They get a bit midbassy and so the lower vocal ranges suffer from the same heavy, thick, molasses like presentation.  There just isn’t the air or lightness that should be there.  Still it’s a tuning choice and if your pairing these with the like of mainstream poppy stuff with mediocre vocals, well you don’t need the last word in refinement do you.  Stick to bassy, thumping, girls who think their fat sorta stuff and you’ll be fine.  Treble well it’s pretty laid back.  It’s pretty lacking in abundance which is the right call to make at this price, or you’ll just be all ear ravaging broken glass.  It is very muted, rather soft and so it’s very gentle on the ear treble.  Detail, well not so much but you knew that when you saw their price tag.

Value:  Nice.  Not a product that’s very me, but for a cheap pair of headphones, wireless headphone to boot you can’t really argue with them at their price.  Accept you’re buying something very acoustically heavy and flavoured and you’ll be fine.

Pro’s:   Price.  Can use a cable if the batty dies.  Good battery life.

Con’s:  I did not find them comfortable.  Very flavoured sound.

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