Mpow Flame2 Review | Budget Wireless Sport Headphone
The Mpow Flame2 is a budget wireless IEM that features IPX7 water resistance. It supports Qualcomm aptX basic over Bluetooth 5.0 protocol. The package comes included with a cable shirt clip, a cable management tab, a micro USB charging cable, 4 sizes of eartips, 3 sizes of ear-fins, 1 foam eartip and a hard carrying pouch. Latest pricing here Amazon/Shopee/Lazada.
The control center is located on the right earbud that features your typical 3-button array. The logo being the power and playback button/volume control button at the top and a micro USB charging port at the bottom. The ear-fins and ear-hooks make for a great combination for high-paced movements such as jogging and running. The cable management tab help to shorten the cable and reduce cable from dangling.
The passive sound isolation is good, though rather standard among all wireless IEMs. The rated battery life is 13 hours. Our battery life test is based on the Samsung S10e at 3rd volume bar and we managed to get 14 hours on a single charge.
Frequency Response Range: 20-20000Hz
Line Length: 0.4m
Battery Capacity: 50mAh/3.7V
Talk/Playing Time: 13hrs
Standby Time: 300hrs
Operating Range: 33ft/10m
Waterproof Level: IPX7
Audio Quality test performed on the Samsung S10e.
Tiaan – Be Ok (Low bass frequency – 4th Volume)
Low bass frequency is highly energetic and notable, you can feel the air pressure movement in your ears. Low bass frequency has no distortion. The subtle bass vibrations fade well. The low bass does overpower the vocals slightly in terms of audible levels, though the vocals are not muffled.
Pia Mia – Do It Again (Standard bass – 5th Volume )
Bass has great energy and notable. The bass fades smoothly at the 2:05 mark which I do enjoy, the vibrations has some presence. The bass slightly overpowered the vocals slightly but the vocals are not muffled. EDM tones are alive and excited.
Violinder – Raindrops (High frequency instrumental – 5th volume)
The Piano/Violin tone sounds decent and lean towards the crystal-clear type and not the warm sounding type, though I prefer crystal-clear type. There is a great amount of shine at the highs. The Bass/Drums does not overpower the Piano/Violin in terms of audible levels, and the Piano/Violin combinations take center stage often while Bass/Drum becomes background support.
Pentatonix – See Through (High pitch vocal/separation – 5th volume)
Mitch Grassi’s High-pitched-male Tenor vocals perform great at the highs, with the right amount of shine. Each singer can be identified easily. Every diction and pronunciation is crystal clear. Vocal beatboxing, echoing and humming is great and does not overpower Mitch Grassi’s vocals in the song. Mitch Grassi vocal takes center stage especially at the 0:45 mark.
I’m rather shocked actually, as this wireless IEM performs well from the low-mids to high range making it a great wireless IEM for vocal or instrumental songs above the industry standard where bass becomes a norm. This IEM does forfeit some bass energy in favor for clear mids to high range. I like it this way.
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