Edifier W800BT Review | Unbeatable Battery Life
A affordable Bluetooth headset which the price range is around RM 140 to RM 180 on Lazada. The headset is packs with TKO (Technical Knockout) in terms of weight and battery performance. Latest pricing here Amazon/Shopee/Lazada. The package comes include with a micro USB charging cable, and gold-plate jack where it is metal at both end. Perfect for the user who prefer old school way of listening.
It’s over-the-ear ear headphone with 40mn driver that weights around 205 grams without the wire attached. The cable is 130cm long and it is lightweight. For connectivity, it is the Bluetooth 4.0 with max rated range of 10 meters, we have gotten up to 11 meters with a stable line of sight. When it comes to the I/O ports, on the left side house 3.5m jack. While on the right side house a micro USB port for charging, a small port for microphone and a multi-purpose button.
There is ample padding on headband and comfy earcups which has a 5.5 cm by 4 cm opening and the
sound is decent. However you can still hear or pick up the background noise of people talking nearby you while using this headphone. One goodness of this headphone is that the clamping pressure is rather light thus it will not cause any major discomfort, perfect for long listening session or streaming session.
FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 20Hz～20kHz
Bluetooth: Bluetooth V4.0
Sensitivity: 100dB Supporting Protocol HSP HFP A2DP AVRCP
Connecting distance: 10m
Battery capacity: 1400mAh rechargeable battery Working time35 hours
Standby time: about 800 hours
Charging time: about 3 hours
Charging input: DC 5.0V=500mA
The battery rated to last up to 35 hours of playback or 800 hours standby. It is estimated to be able to last a weekend worth of sport activities. Our setup consist of iPhone 6 and external portable DAC Amp Cozoy TAKT at the 5th volume. We gotten up to 82 hours and 35 minutes max. So, the 35 hours rated is likely done with a full or higher volume volume. This was so unexpected for the price of this headphone.
Pia Mia – Do It Again (Standard bass)
When it comes to the bass, it feel really good and it fade well for a 40mn driver, although I wish it had more punchiness and energy to the boom factor. The bass did not muffled or eat up the vocal much, plus point for that.
Tiaan – Be OK (Low bass frequency)
Similar result to Pia Mia – Do It Again, the low bass frequency is amazing. It is well bodied and energy but I feel that it fade a little too quickly.
Violinder – Raindrops (High frequency instrumental)
The piano and violin tone sounds good, but I feel it ends too quickly. It does not have that smooth fade and the sounds of drums has more present than the sound of piano and violins.
The xx – Intro (Hi pitch vocal/separation)
The guitar feels as if it was pushed back or muted. where-else the bass of kicks and drums is noticeable and the vocal humming is decent with this headset.
I feel that Edifier plays safe when it comes to low and mid range. It should be noted that when it comes to a high frequency range this headphone should not be your first choice. Again, we cannot fault this headset based on its audio quality but instead you have to look at the functionality, its practicality and the price. For a headset that is below RM 200, it does it job well. The plus point of this headset is that it is lightweight and the battery can last up to 82 hours with just a 5th volume.
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