Meizu HD60 review: a cost-effective noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones with long battery life
By Sophia Windsor 2019-10-24 4290 0
Meizu HD60 design: stylish look and comfortable wearing
The Meizu HD60 Bluetooth headphones adopts over-ear design. The earpads are made from a new type of protein skin material, which is soft and light, and will not cause any pressure to your ears. The stainless steel sliding frame coupled with sandwich structure will be not only durable, but also very comfortable even wearing for a long time. The Meizu HD60 offers two color options: Fog Silver and Tropical Orange.
Meizu HD60: sound quality
The headphones use a large 40mm bio-diaphragm super-sounding unit and has an independent back cavity which raises the output of the low-frequency sound. Besides, the Meizu HD60 is also certified by Hi-Res, its sound distortion rate is less than 0.5%, which is more than double the HiFi headset standard.
In addition, the Meizu company also invites A Kun, a music composer, to tune for the Meizu HD60, which makes it very suitable for listening to the pop songs.
For wireless connection, the Meizu HD60 headphones adopt Bluetooth 5.0 standard and support aptX codec transmission, which is a popular Bluetooth codec that has low latency and can bring excellent sound qualities.
Besides, the Meizu HD60 headphones are equipped with a microphone on each side and it supports dual-mode cVc microphones call, which can actively reduce the background noise during the calling.
In aadition to the Bluetooth wireless connection, the Meizu HD60 is also equipped with a 3.5 mm jack for working on the wire, which is a very convenient feature when it runs in low power or when it is connected to the devices without Bluetooth function.
Meizu HD60: battery and charging
The Meizu HD60 headphones are equipped with a 500mAh large battery, which can offer you up to 25 hours long autonomy without charging.
In addition, the Meizu HD60 supports Type-C port charging, so you can charge it with your phone’s Type-C cable, which is very convenient.
Meizu HD60: support touch control and voice assistant
Thanks to the touch control and voice assistant support, the operation of the Meizu HD6 headphones becomes very easy. You just need to slide up and down to adjust the volume; slide forward and backward to switch music; double tap to play or pause music or receive phone calls; Long press to wake up the voice assistant. It supports Meizu Aicy and Siri voice assistant.
Meizu HD60: price and is it worth buying?
The Meizu HD60 Bluetooth headphones are priced at 499 yuan (about $71), and it has started pre-sale in China. The official sale will start from October 28.
The price of the Meizu HD60 Bluetooth headphones is not cheap. However, compared to the high-end headphone brands on the market like Sony, it’s much cheaper. Moreover, with that price, you will get overall good features, such as up to 25 hours long battery life, good sound quality with the aptX codec and Hi-Res support, touch control and voice assistant support, etc. Personally speaking, the Meizu HD60 Bluetooth headphones are a good alternative to high-end headphones and more suitable for young people.
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