The Bluedio TN Bluetooth Sport In-Ear with flexible neckband is, after the Tronsmart S4, another wireless in-ear with active noise suppression. The price of about 14€ from China sounds very tempting.
More and more fans of in-ear headphones are looking for alternatives with Active Noise Cancelling and since it still doesn’t look good for the jack connection, it should also be equipped with Bluetooth. Now there is a new in-ear from Bluedio, which we want to have a closer look at here.
● Dual high SNR microphone, reduce more than 90pct low frequency noise
● Advanced active noise cancelling technology, brings you more clear sound
● Adopted 13mm driver units, provide rich immersive bass for you
● Magnetic design, the right and left could stick to each other by magnetic force
● Endurable battery life, full-charged only need 1.5 hours, support 12 hours playtime
The Bluedio TN Bluetooth Sport In-Ear is “only” equipped with two 13mm dynamic drivers. There’s not much to say about sound quality without testing the headphones. It is to be hoped that the dynamic drivers used manage to cover all frequency ranges to a solid degree. The Mpow Judge have proven that this is also possible without hybrid drivers.
There are two elements of equal size on both sides of the in-ear. While the 170 mAh battery spends on one side, all control knobs and an on/off switch for the ANC can be found on the other side.
The battery should last for about 9 hours of music playback with activated ANC, a solid value. Without music playback, for example during telephoning, up to 12 hours should be in it. The charging time is about 1.5 hours via micro-USB cable.
The In-Ear is available in three colour variations: black, light blue/yellow and dark blue/yellow. Besides all the black in-ear headphones, a nice change. In the end everything stands and falls with the sound and ANC quality. In the past, however, we have been positively surprised by many headphones from the absolutely low price segment.