If you’re looking for affordable wireless headphones that have enough battery life to listen to music on long trips, check out the new Soundmagic P23BT.
These Bluetooth headphones offer an impressive battery life of 54-60 hours on a full charge of 400mAh power pack. The P23BT comes with a wired boom mic that you can use for business calls and small game chats, so in addition to Bluetooth 5.0 support, you can also opt for a wired connection.
Another benefit of portability is that these headphones can be folded and flattened to properly occupy a small amount of space in your backpack or other luggage (similar to the carry case, the wired boom mentioned above). microphone).
But, of course, all this makes no sense without good audio. To this end, the Soundmagic P23BT benefits from a 40mm neodymium driver and high resolution sound. Soundmagic says the leatherette earpads with memory foam are designed to fit snugly in the ear and provide comfy comfort when worn (hopefully sweat won’t creep in). I have).
The P23BT also has a built-in microphone with noise reduction, intuitive controls triggered by simply tapping or swiping the earcups.
If you’re looking to get the Soundmagic P23BT, these headphones cost less than £50 and cost a few pennies so they won’t hurt your bank balance.
Analysis: Battery within budget
I’ll put it on hold until I hear it myself, but spec-wise it looks like a solid set of affordable headphones, and the battery life is pretty impressive, especially considering the asking price.
Reaching up to 60 hours of playback is great. It also has a quick charge mode, which allows you to get up in the morning and fully charge it in 10 hours in case the battery is dead. Minute Juice Up gives you 5 hours of playtime. There is also a standby of 50 days with these headphones.
Obviously, you won’t be overwhelmed if you don’t actually try listening to the P23BT, but for the money, the rest of the specs and material sound pretty smart. Our main concern is whether the few question marks and required taps and swipes (volume adjustment, track skipping, mute, etc.) for these earcup-based controls are responsive and precise. Is. Front.