For fans of hip hop or rap music, the quality of the bass sound is very influential. Or maybe you are a lover of earphones with dominant bass. There’s nothing wrong with glancing at the brands that we will mention because the products they launch are the best for producing bass sound in the ears.
If we look at a glance, indeed, the Sony WI-XB400 has Sony’s standard packaging, relatively strong, with ordinary cardboard on the outside. Inside, we get the Sony WI-XB400 Bluetooth Earphones, a Type-C charging cable, extra ear tips, and a manual book. This is one of the best headphone under 1000.
If we talk about design, this Bluetooth earphone has a distinctive Sony design, minimalist and quite modernistic, with a driver size that is not too big. The driver itself also has a magnet, which is very helpful where it makes the earphones not easily wrinkled. The cable is quite good and has strong durability. When it comes to features, the Sony WI-XB400 uses a standard Bluetooth 4.0 connection and has a battery life of up to 15 hours. Several buttons are attached to the cable; there are volume control and a power button, useful as play/pause and call/reject buttons.
The Sony WI-XB400 Bluetooth earphones have a strong packaging and a minimalist and modern design, with a driver is not too bi and a cable with strong durability. The connection also uses standard Bluetooth 4.0 with a battery life of up to 15 hours. Fitting and using is also easy. With its warm character and low detail that is strong enough, and the price is around 800 thousand, then this will be very worth it once. Suitable for those of you who like Pop, Folk, Rock, and EDM music genres.
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z
The OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro have officially has been introduced, and with it comes a new wireless earphone, the Bullets Wireless Z. At first glance sounds like the successor to last year’s Bullets Wireless 2, but the reality is not that simple.
First of all, the Bullets Wireless Z sell for much cheaper than the Bullets Wireless 2; $ 50 versus $ 100. Of course, there are many differences with such a massive price difference. Still, it turns out that the Bullets Wireless Z is not completely inferior just because it is more affordable.
In terms of battery life, the Bullets Wireless Z is even superior, being able to operate for 20 hours non-stop on a single charge. Compare that with the Bullets Wireless,2, which “only” 14 hours. Fast charging support is maintained; 10 minutes of charging can supply enough power for 10 hours of use.
The aspect where the Bullets Wireless Z has to give in is sound quality. Technically, it is equipped with a dynamic driver with a diameter of 9.2 mm. It is quite different from the Bullets Wireless 2, which packs a dynamic driver as well as a balanced armature driver with a slightly larger diameter (10 mm).
On the Bullets Wireless Z product page, I also found no description that the device supports the aptX HD codec even though it packs Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. Support for the aptX HD codec is one of the Bullets Wireless 2’s main selling points.
The rest, the two devices are relatively similar. The shapes and dimensions are nearly identical, and each Bullets Wireless Z earpiece is also magnetic so that it can be attached (then just put the device in place) when not in use. IP55 certification means he doesn’t mind getting caught in the rain.