REVIEW - Ausdom M04 Wireless Bluetooth NFC Headphones In Black
|Posted:||30th September 2015 at 03:26am|
|Tekket Rating:||8 / 10|
|Price:||£40 - $45|
|Product Link:||Click Here|
|Connectivity:||Bluetooth 3.0 / 2.1 / 2.0 & 3.5mm Headphone Jack|
|Bluetooth Range:||Up to 10 meters / 33 feet|
|Noise Cancellation:||No Noise Cancellation|
|Battery:||Internal rechargeable lithium-ion / 3 hour charge time / 20 hour playback|
|Main Materials:||Plastic / Leather|
The Ausdom MO4 bluetooth 4.0 headphones arrive in a matte black cardboard box. On the front is the Ausdom logo branding, some features of the headset and a side view image of the headphones themselves.
On the back is another image of the headphones with more specifications and features in 6 different languages including English.
Inside the box there are the headphones, 2 cableds the audio and charging cables) and a paper book manual. The headphones come inserted into a plastic container to keep them secure during transit.
The Ausdom MO4 bluetooth headphones come in all black with a textured finish on the earphones with a line based design. Both earphones rotate 90 degrees for easier storage.
The headband is made from soft sponge covered in black leather branded with the Ausdom name on the top. The sponge and leather headband gives a more comfortable fit when being worn.
On the left earphone there is the Ausdom branding, NFC chip, the power button with the power LED to the left of it, the volume up and down buttons with small bumps on them so you can feel which are the media controls and a microphone covered with a black painted metal grill.
On the right earphone are playback controllers including a play/pause button in the center and 2 buttons to skip track again with a small bump on the buttons so you can easily distinguish them without needing to look. Again is the Ausdom branding.
Each earphone has a fitted black leather ear pad cushion filled with soft sponge to give you a soft and comfortable fit when listening. finished off with a soft black cloth t cover the 40mm speaker drivers. Using the headphones for a number of hours didn't cause any ear fatigue or 'ear sweats'.
Ont he right earphone there is also a Micro USB 2.0 Type B connection to charge your MO4 headphones using the included USB cable protected by a rubber stopper to stop the port from getting damaged.
On the left side there is also a 3.5mm headphone jack allowing you to listen to music even when the headphones battery has ran out of charge.
The MO4 headphones are also fully adjustable, on both sides you can adjust the height of the headphones to better fit your head with ease.
Although not the highest quality headphones on the market, the price of the Ausdom MO4 headphones is much cheaper than you would expect for there build quality, audio quality and there feature set scoring it a rare price score of 9/10. If you need some good quality headphones but not looking to break the bank, these may be for you.
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