Edifier W310BT Bluetooth Earphones ReviewTime: Oct. 28, 2020
Do you need an affordable Bluetooth audio device for everyday use? Edifier may have the answer.
If you're using the latest phones from Apple, Google Pixel, or Huawei, the phone you're holding probably doesn't have an audio jack. Therefore, wireless bluetooth earphones and headphones are becoming more and more desirable for those who want to enjoy audio on these phone models. With the current prices of Bluetooth devices, you would either spend a small fortune on a device or leave something that is hardly considered an audio device in terms of build quality and audio quality.
Fortunately, with Edifier W310BT, you don't have to sacrifice build quality or break the bank to get a decent Bluetooth audio device. With a special soft and adaptable U-shaped beck band, the flapping of the rope when walking is minimized. It also has an IPX5 rating, which ensures that water and sweat do not interfere with the use of the device in various situations. So you can listen to Stan from Eminem in the light rain to put yourself in a good mood.
The device is equipped with Bluetooth 4.2 technology and is backward compatible with Bluetooth 4.0 or 4.1 devices, which can also implement power saving functions. Coupled with an on-ear half frame, you get a decently insulated audio device with a fairly long battery life of 8 to 9 hours of playback. Another cool touch is the magnetic back earbud that can be used to secure the in-ear headphones when not in use, making them very practical for everyday use.
So far, EDIFIER W310BT Bluetooth V4.2 earphone looks like a pretty decent audio device, but the only thing that detracts from it is the audio quality it produces. It's a shame that the sound produced by this device sounds weak and there is certainly no bass. Sometimes due to the lack of the lower end of the audio spectrum, I felt like I was listening to a cheap portable FM radio. No playback with the equalizer can change the output of this unit. Since it is completely wireless, there is no way to run a portable amp to improve the sound.
In short, the Edifier W310BT alone is worth a Bluetooth headset for its price.