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Recently we have partnered with Warner Music in working together to organized a media night for local media and celebrities! We sponsored the amazing Edifier P275 to the local celebrities and we got really good feedback from them!
So what is the Edifier P275? here’s what other say about the Edifier P275:
The Edifier P275 is a more bass centrist earphone. White it does lose out on the higher frequency but is not in anyway bad, we are in a line that the Mid & High frequency perform well, but the Low frequency performs event better. Now factor in the price range, this IEM is positioned at entry range, by the quality it produced and the features it has to offer, we do recommend this IEM to anyone that seek for a solid Entry earphone.
As writen in the review, the P275 not only is a bass centrist earphone, but it also back up back many features:
The Edifier P275 archive this by a securing a barrier around your ear canal with the silicon earbud. How well this can be archive would be depending on the material of the earbud and how sensitive with your ears are. To me, this got the job done, when louder music plays the silicon does what it suppose to do, isolate background noise with the extra merit of over prolong time usage, my ear canal does not feel itchy or sweaty.
TPE anti-winding flat cable
Let’s get down to the point, no, this flat still will tangle like a normal cable, BUT, when it does, it is less messy than normal rubber cable due to the material is a more condense Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) is it much less flexible than common rubber cable, and also rest assure it will still band.
To further assist with the tangling problem, the cable were made flat. Making the cable with only 2 directions to band, either front or back, where round cable have the whole world to band toward.
So again, conclusion, does it tingle? Yes, but it is much easier to manage. Is it as flexible as the normal cable? Yes, but it is less likely that it would tangle like a normal round cable.
The in-line mic
Now, this is what the P in the Edifier P275 is all about, these series are designed to act as hand free. So while you’re enjoying your music, you don’t have to hold up your phone’s mic to answer calls. And does the mic works well? Yes, it clear and respond well during our test.
Now Edifier takes one step further to include a TRRS to TRRS adapter for the P275, so when you comes from an older platform or feature phones, where the TRRS plating is different, you can still use the in-line mic without issues.
Now the first thing you notice when you use this headphone is the present of good bass. It is noticeable punchy and stands out from the other frequency. The ooom sound of the bass is also quite visible and is pleasant to listen to, I would say this is a rather warm IEM.
Now the downside is the higher frequency is not as obviously as the bass but not visible. Generally, you may say this IEM have a liking in the bass. During a listen to Hans Zimmer, the Bass is clear and layered well, you can hear the drum sinking into silence and bounce up and vibrate again. In another listening test with Nina Simone’s “Feeling good”, the vocal is cleared but not as remarkable as how the low frequency as.
So there you go! A features pack and great entry earphone from Edifier!
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