Are you looking for a budgeted Wireless headphone for leisure usage or jogging? The hot sale Flymemo Wireless Stereo Headset HV-600 may be a good choice for you.
Inside the box you can find the headset, 2 additional pairs of silicon earbuds with large and small sizes, one Micro-USB charging cable, as a booklet of quick start guide.
- Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR
- Bluetooth working range up to 15 meters
- Talk time up to 5 hours
- Music time up to 4 hours
- Standby time up to 130 hours
- Charging time less than 2.5 hours
- Able to connect to two devices simultaneously
Pairing with my iPhone 6s Plus had been smooth and seamless. Having been listening with this headset for a couple of hours, I had not experienced any drop out, lagging and disconnection. It has been super stable.
Sound quality is surprisingly good for such price point. The output is balanced that I can easily get used to at first usage, unlike the Jaybird earbuds that require some time for the ears to adjust. It is definitely not toward the sharp end but a rather warm approach which is comfortable to listen. The base is not outstanding so if you are a fan of such, it may disappoint you.
The headset does a pretty good job in terms of noise cancellation. In noisy environment it is able to keep you with enjoyable music without being disturbed by pedestrian’s loud talking voice around.
Honestly speaking, the headset is very comfortable to wear and it stays securely on your ears thanks to the unique neck-strap design and light-weight plastic build material. And one of the best things I love is the big and “clicky” control buttons that is really easy to use especially when you are having exercises. They are easy to press on and responsive.
However, I had a really hard time believing a review from Marc The Geek that he claimed that the build quality is great, at least from what I could see from the review unit here. Far beyond premium quality, not even could I say “decent”. Based on what I received, I would say ou can easily get one with better build quality for even a lower price for a budgeted headset or simply wait for a discount for even mid-range headsets during holiday seasons. May be it is just an exception but worth noting if you want to cash in.
Another downside is that the battery does not last long. Comparing with the popular ones that come with at least 6 to 8 hours of music and talk time, which is quite a norm nowadays, 4 to 5 hours for this HV-600 headset is indeed below average. But charging is really quite fast as far as I tried.
You can get this HV-600 headset for $29.99 on Amazon. You can also get this headset from iGeek for $24.99. Not that I will strongly recommend but it is not a bad choice indeed for it comfort-ability and excellent sound quality.
Let me know what you think in the comments.