Review: Oppo Enco Q1 wireless noise cancelling headphones

Oppo Enco Q1 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones, or simply Enco Q1 is a premium audio equipment which sells for INR 7,990 in India (€100/$110).

Amazon Price: 7,990/-

Features:

  • Hybrid ANC Technology: High performance ANC technology and digital noise cancelling chip accurately cancel out to protect your hearing
  • Different Surround modes to provide better movie and game experience
  • Shallow in-ear liquid silicon earplug and Integrated shaping neck ring to bring you comfortable experience of enjoying music for 15 hours per charge
  • Long Battery Life: Up to 15 hours of non-stop, high quality playtime with ANC on
  • 6 Month Brand Warranty

Connectivity

  • The Enco Q1’s Bluetooth 5.0 has good connectivity and paired with devices almost immediately. In theory and practice it is able to maintain perfect connection at up to 10 meters away from your phone.
  • With the Q1, Oppo put in more juice than most – the power cell capacity is 160 mAh.
  • Enco has good driver which is providing clear and proper sound.
  • Oppo implemented an 11.8 mm dynamic driver that offers proper bass – something many wireless headphones were lacking for the sake of the battery.

Design

  • The rubber made Enco band sits on the neck is fairly light and does not interfere with sport activities.
  • The actual buds are fitting well in your ear and there is a couple of different sizes in the retail box.

Performance

  • Oppo said Enco Q1 can provide up to 300 hours of standby time and 22 hours running time in either noise-canceling only or playback modes.
  • If you use the NC while listening to music, the battery will take you through 15 hours. Of course, that is at 50% volume.

Noise cancelling capabilities

  • Oppo introduced in the Enco Q1 hybrid active noise canceling. It uses the digital noise cancellation chip that intelligently decide what to cancel.
  • It combines feed-forward and feedback microphones to optimize the range of frequencies that can be reduced.
  • There are also several modes like Cinema Mode, Gaming Mode, and Music Mode, if you like to spice up the audio experience, but they tend to be pretty damaging to the audio quality so if you want accurate reproduction you are best staying away from them.

Enco Q1 looks good and deliver the best output than any other product although they cost more than some of other products

If the pricing fits your budget though, you won’t be disappointed with the Enco Q1.

2 thoughts on “Review: Oppo Enco Q1 wireless noise cancelling headphones

  1. The spec sheet tells me that I can expect up to 10.5 hours of communication time and that in ideal conditions, charging the lithium battery will take about 2 hours. My test set were the midnight black, one of three colour schemes you can choose from. Built into the headset are a plethora of features that allow you to limit the ambient noise and adjust the sound to escape into your own world, says OPPO. This Digital Noise Reduction feature means that you don t need to wind up the volume to cancel out the background noise, ensuring that you won t be winding up the volume to dangerous levels. I m going to try wearing them tonight using a white noise app, that will hopefully reduce the permanent ringing in my ears that I ve suffered from for many a long year. I couldn t help but notice that the cicadas stopped chirping when grooving along to Morrison s

  2. Built into the headset are a plethora of features that allow you to limit the ambient noise and adjust the sound to escape into your own world, says OPPO. This Digital Noise Reduction feature means that you don t need to wind up the volume to cancel out the background noise, ensuring that you won t be winding up the volume to dangerous levels. I m going to try wearing them tonight using a white noise app, that will hopefully reduce the permanent ringing in my ears that I ve suffered from for many a long year. I couldn t help but notice that the cicadas stopped chirping when grooving along to Morrison s One of the issues I ve had with ear buds has been the tendency of my ears to reject them. They are forever falling out or worse still, hurting me. OPPO must have secretly got my measurements, because these are just so gosh-darned comfortable, and no amount of head shaking has managed to dislodge them.

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