Original Meizu EP-51 Bluetooth HiFi Music Sport In-ear Earbuds £23.16 @ GearBest
97°Expired

Original Meizu EP-51 Bluetooth HiFi Music Sport In-ear Earbuds £23.16 @ GearBest

6
Found 3rd Dec 2016
Great wireless headphones with mic for running, commute etc.

Sport in-ear earbuds designed for smartphone / tablet
Perfect fits for sportspeople and everyone who wants to enjoy music wherever they are
Built-in Apt-X digital audio compression algorithm technology, brings you brilliant sound
Wireless and lightweight, gives you freedom when doing sports
Nano water resistance layer, anti-sweat, more durable to use
Magnetic design, very convenient to store
High strength, anti-tangled elastic cable
Ergonomic designed earbud tips, ultra-soft, very comfortable to wear
Drive-by-wire, with microphone and volume control
Built-in 60mAh rechargeable battery, for about 6h playing time, 400h standby time
Cable Length: 55cm

Connectivity : Wireless
Connecting interface: Micro USB
Application: Mobile phone,Sport
Cable Length (m): 0.55m
Driver unit: 8.6mm
Frequency response: 20-20000Hz
Impedance: 16ohms
Sensitivity: 88dB
Input Power: 10mW
Talk time: 6h
Music Time: 6h
Standby time: 400h
Charging Time (h): 2h
Micphone Sensitivity: -42dB

des.gearbest.com/upl…jpg

6 Comments

Is it me or are these bluetooth type headphones/earphones not that good? I have 3 sets and don't use any of them. I find it kills the battery on phone and none of the headphones lasts the advertised time before they to go flat. I also notice with older lower spec phones the music plays just a tad slow. I can see why runners or cyclists may use, although they say it's dangerous but forJoe blogs general use I think they just don't work to good in practice.. I'll vote hot anyway.

Original Poster

I've got an LG G2 with a pair of Philips SHB8750NC, battery does drain a little quicker but not that badly.
I use AKG K451's most of the time as better dynamic range, but with open backs they let in too much external noise. The Philips block out most external noise, even with NC turned off and not having a lead to snag on things/people on the tube is great.

wayners

Is it me or are these bluetooth type headphones/earphones not that good? … Is it me or are these bluetooth type headphones/earphones not that good? I have 3 sets and don't use any of them. I find it kills the battery on phone and none of the headphones lasts the advertised time before they to go flat. I also notice with older lower spec phones the music plays just a tad slow. I can see why runners or cyclists may use, although they say it's dangerous but forJoe blogs general use I think they just don't work to good in practice.. I'll vote hot anyway.


They are about £1 more expensive at the moment, but I really do recommend these. For the money you won't beat them.

Would you recommend these over the Anker SoundBuds Sport IE20?

Original Poster

Springerbhoy

Would you recommend these over the Anker SoundBuds Sport IE20?



The seem very comparible. The build quality of the Meizu is very good, and I'm happy with them overall.
Anker vs Meizu:
Playtime: 8hrs vs 6hrs
Weight: 17gm vs 15gm
Apt-X compression: Y vs Y
Bluetooth Quality: some negative comments for Anker. Meizu is good from experience.
Microphone Quality: some negative comments for Anker. Meizu is good from experience.

karlbnz

The seem very comparible. The build quality of the Meizu is very good, … The seem very comparible. The build quality of the Meizu is very good, and I'm happy with them overall. Anker vs Meizu:Playtime: 8hrs vs 6hrsWeight: 17gm vs 15gmThanks for the info.Apt-X compression: Y vs YBluetooth Quality: some negative comments for Anker. Meizu is good from experience.Microphone Quality: some negative comments for Anker. Meizu is good from experience.


Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text