Bluedio F2 Headphones Review
Need a good pair of comfy wireless headphones? Whether you’re listening to music on the train, monitoring radio shows in your studio, or kicking back at home, then the Bluedio F2 (Faith) might be the ideal pair for you!
USB Type-C Cable
The Type-C audio cable is future proof (new standard USB for devices) and can be used for charging and data transmitting.
It’s also a handy fallback in case the headphones ever run out of power in wireless mode. Plus, it’s more powerful than micro USB for faster charging. For example, a full charge takes around 1.5 hours.
Most headphones like the F2 are made from plastic, but the Bluedio Faith has a very sturdy metal frame. It’s built to last and withstand a few bumps here and there.
The headphone design is unique in the way it handles audio. It has a ventilated back chamber in each ear cup so air can be pushed out. This equalizes the air pressure. Essentially, it enhances the bass reproduction and improves the sound quality in the enclosed space.
The battery life in wireless mode lasts for around 16 hours. That gives you plenty of time if you’re using these in your studio or listening to music whilst travelling. Standby time is around 650 hours, so if you accidentally leave them switched on it won’t drain away the battery life.
Another bonus is you get longer battery life due to low power consumption, so they’re better suited for longer playback or long journeys.
The best things about the F2 headphones is the wireless capability. You can move freely without worrying about wires getting in your way.
Bluedio Faith uses the latest Bluetooth 4.2 technology for better signal strength and device pairing. The range of the bluetooth signal can go up to 33 feet (1005 cm) from the source, so you can stay connected when moving from room to room at home or at the office.
Active Noise Cancellation
Switching on the active noise cancelling mode reduces outside distractions. For the most part, it does a good job. Audio sounds clearer, especially for spoken words like talk radio or podcasts.
But like most noise-cancelling headphones, it removes a lot of the bass. Although the noise quality is good, it could be better when listening to music.
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