When it comes to getting into truly wireless life, it might be either too expensive if you want to purchase truly wireless earbuds from brands like Sony Apple goes and more, or it might not be worth it if you’re going for cheap airports knockoffs, the Indian based audio company noise with its noise, Alan appears to have launched one of the perfect truly wireless earbuds for people who do not want to spend much but at the same time do not want to compromise on the quality as well.
we are going to discuss about that design, sound quality battery life and some other interesting features like transparency mode, environmental noise cancellation, and Bluetooth 5.2 support that noise Elon has to offer and is it worth purchasing? Excited, so let’s get started.
So let’s start with the design. The first thing you will notice with the noise Allen is the sleek look, while other audio pods have a stem design to noise Allen are all about their earbuds. These earbuds themselves have a clean look and that stays comfortably in your ears. It comes in only one color, which is a mixture of black and gray noise also includes extra ear depths to securely keep the birds in your ears. With these you will be able to find a comfortable fit without any issue. On the exterior. It has a touch control to play or pause music or accept phone calls and enter the transparency mode. The case here is quite compact and resembles the design language of Apple’s airport Pro, which I’ll take in a positive way. Also you get USB type C port for charging which is a great addition as most of the TLS earbuds and this price segment offers micro USB both talking about the sound quality. The noise Allen elevator pitch has to start with the noise cancelling at rupees 3500. These are among the cheapest wireless earphones to offer environmental noise cancellation, a combination of four mics which works to analyze the ambient sound and cancels it.
Considering the price they worked really well and successfully cancel out the lower repetitive sound such as fan or AC sound. The effectiveness will vary based on the fit and the loudness of the playback to now going to the sound quality the noise Allen performs well once again, especially in tracks that are particularly busy. In most cases, you will notice good instrument separation with a fair bit of detail across all the frequencies. The bass can seem a little heightened at times creeping into other frequencies are bringing some distortion, but that was rare. It can be felt in tracks whose vocals are heavy on consonants, but it didn’t bother me much. There is some evidence tuning in the place which makes everything sound more cohesive and enjoyable. But audio files may dislike this. Since there is no dedicated app the equalizer cannot be accessed summing up the sound quality is quite good.
Along with labels such as warm and sparkly, most people will not have much to complain about with the noise Allen, the USP of noise Allen Tw s is the presence of environmental noise cancelling or EMC which is the first for noise earbuds. With this built in feature the noise Allen can suppress the environmental noise. The earbud comes with a total of four mics to each bird which delivers better noise cancellation for audio to noise Allen sports a six mm titanium driver with support for Qualcomm epi TX adaptive sound, there is also Bluetooth 5.2 onboard which is the latest version of wireless connectivity and is seen on only some high end audio products. Now on the battery life, it can last up to eight hours on a single charge. And with the provided case, the Tw s can go up to 36 hours giving an additional four charts cycle and in my testing, it seems to be quite accurate. There is also a transparency mode with which you can be aware of what is happening around you while listening to your music, which can be activated by tapping four times on the right ear.
And lastly there is a dedicated gaming mode with 80 millisecond low latency. Other features include IP x for water resistance rating, which means you can carry it to gym and workout sessions. So at last the one thing that makes me recommend the noise Allen is it’s 3499 price at this price point it is quite difficult to find a nice pair of truly wireless earphones you can depend upon the sound quality of the device is definitely above the price point and the environmental noise cancellation of the earphone is phenomenal as it is able to cut down quite a lot of ambient noise that hinders the listening experience. So guys, that’s it for this video. I hope you guys enjoyed it. And if you do, then do consider subscribing and hit the bell icon so that you never miss any future videos from extreme droid. So this is something we’re signing off and I’ll see you guys in my next one.