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The soft upholstery of the Huawei FreeBuds Studio is particularly interesting me./ © NextPit.
The touch control works intuitively and exactly the exact same as with my Sony headphones. All in all, you get a really good set of earphones for the cash paid with impressive battery life. Bravo, Huawei!
What I do not like about the Huawei FreeBuds Studio …
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What I like about the Huawei FreeBuds Studio …
The active sound suppression removes dull background noises such as keyboard typing and does not place pressure on the ear canal. When I listen to music at work, it is centred in my head above all noise, which is a great sensation. Voices are nearly not filtered out at all, which makes the incorporated Awareness Mode, i.e. changing on magnifying microphones to view the environments, almost obligatory. But as I stated, I have actually just checked out the headphones in a peaceful environment and not in public. Here the Awareness Mode does prove to be rather useful in my scenario. When at work, I did not notice the train death by at all.
What also worked extremely well in my review is the automatic user recognition. When I take them off and continue playing as quickly as I put them back on, the earphones stop music playback. After about ten minutes, the earphones likewise turn off immediately – so theres no nasty surprise the next early morning when you select up a set of dead headphones if you forgot to switch it off after work the day before.
Apart from the lack of assistance for Huaweis Audio Codec, as an Apple user, I likewise miss out on the Huawei AI Life App on the iPhone. What is so bad about that, you ask? I use it on the Mate 40 Pro to update the software application of the earphones and manually determine the strength of the ANC.
I currently mentioned throughout the FreeBuds Pro review that there need to be an iOS app, and I continue to preserve my stand here. I still cant discover it in the App Store.
Huawei attempts to take on the similarity Bose, Sony, and Sennheiser and wants to blend up the market of leading over-the-ear earphones with the intro of its FreeBuds Studio. However just how well will the new premium headphones that retail for a rather substantial ₤ 300 carry out in everyday life? We tuned in to the Huawei FreeBuds Studio in this review to discover..
On the right, the deep bass melts right into my thoughts. The Huawei FreeBuds Studio injects System of a Downs “Aerials” straight into my heart. Huawei utilizes vibrant 40 mm drivers that do their task well and offer a balanced, tidy sound experience.
Its my 4th day with the brand-new Huawei headphones (since November 6, 2020), I havent even needed to charge the battery of this pair of cans since the fateful day I took it out of package, and my iPhone reveals that it still has a quarter of the battery life left. At this moment, the over-the-ear headphones – with active sound cancellation constantly turned on – have been used for team meetings, a night of election madness on CNN, and a minimum of 5 hours of music enjoyment. I am thrilled with the amount of battery life that this pair carries, throwing a judgmental eye at my faithful companion, the Sony WH-1000XM3: Well, you merely cant take on that. Huawei themselves promoted battery life of approximately 20 hours – I am positive that I will be able to verify this figure in the coming days at the rate that I am going.
In addition to a black variation, you can also take pleasure in a light golden tone./ © Huawei.
With the Huawei FreeBuds Studio, the Chinese company makes an elegant entry into the market for high-end over-the-ear earphones geared up with ANC. The battery life is superior to my older Sony WH-1000XM3. And if the battery runs dry, the earphones can be rapidly charged in a jiffy. My ears do not touch the within of the padded earcup; at the very same time, the cushioning is so soft that after a couple of minutes I no longer feel that the exceptional noise in my head is originating from a set of headphones.
The FreeBuds Studio from Huawei costs a massive ₤ 299.99. Its my 4th day with the new Huawei earphones (as of November 6, 2020), I havent even had to charge the battery of this set of cans because the eventful day I took it out of the box, and my iPhone shows that it still has a quarter of the battery life left. The transfer rate of Huaweis L2HC is higher than the one on aptX – of course, you will just benefit from this if you use a Huawei smart device with EMUI 11, which would presently equate to the Mate 40 Pro.
Apart from the absence of support for Huaweis Audio Codec, as an Apple user, I also miss out on out on the Huawei AI Life App on the iPhone. With the Huawei FreeBuds Studio, the Chinese business makes an elegant entry into the market for high-end over-the-ear headphones geared up with ANC.
The FreeBuds Studio from Huawei costs a whopping ₤ 299.99. This places the business in the top-tier cost bracket for this product variety. A likewise high price can now be found on the Sony WH-1000XM3, Bose 700, or Sennheiser Momentum III, which cost around ₤ 399.99 when they were presented.
You can choose up the Huawei FreeBuds Studio in gold or black from November 3rd onwards.
The FreeBuds Studio includes current Bluetooth 5.2 connection and provides the AAC, SBC and L2HC audio codec support. An aptX standard is sadly missing out on. The transfer rate of Huaweis L2HC is higher than the one on aptX – of course, you will just benefit from this if you utilize a Huawei smart device with EMUI 11, which would presently equate to the Mate 40 Pro.
No app for iOS.
The Huawei FreeBuds Studio features touch controls on the ideal headphone./ © NextPit.
The wearing convenience of the Huawei FreeBuds Studio is as excellent as the balanced and not too bass-heavy noise.
The earphones are padded on the top of the head and have very soft, fluffy pads on the earcups, which protect your ears well and are really comfortable to the touch. It is so comfy that after a couple of seconds of using it, I forget that I am wearing any headphones at all – just the lovely noise remains. If I were to draw a direct comparison to my Sony earphones, I saw that even after a longer duration of using them, my hairline does not injured. I did read up on other tests on the Internet, where a male tester explained the precise opposite: an uncomfortable hairline and direct skin contact with the ears. I cant confirm both unfavorable experiences; the Huawei FreeBuds Pro are the most comfy over-the-ears that Ive had the pleasure of examining in a very long time.
Lets come to a really important point where Huawei needs to persuade in view of the rate: active sound cancellation. Huawei has incorporated the “Intelligent Dynamic Active Noise Cancellation” technology from the FreeBuds Pro which Ive reviewed prior to into the over-the-ear model. This enables the earphones to automatically manage the strength of the ANC based upon the environment. Users of a Huawei smart device or the App are able to set the ANC Mode by hand. However, automated control is changed on at the factory. I do not find this to be an issue, but a rather useful move. Particularly in the house workplace environment, active noise suppression does not have to be switched on as strongly as when taking a trip on public transportation or when you are at the office with colleagues who are extremely typing away on their mechanical keyboards.