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Oppo Enco Wireless buds Full Review: Affordable Earbuds

The Oppo Enco Buds are a straightforward set of genuine wireless earbuds. On the surface, it prioritizes the core experience, which includes comfort..
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You can now get a good set of truly wireless earbuds for less than Rs. 2,000, with manufacturers like Boat, Noise, Xiaomi, and Realme pushing the limits of what you can get in terms of functionality and design at this price. Companies typically prioritize functionality and appearance, which means that many items in the cheap sector fall short of the listening experience. Therefore, Oppo's new true wireless earbuds are a welcome shift, returning to simplicity and focusing on sound quality.

Oppo Enco Wireless buds Full Review Affordable Earbuds

The Oppo Enco Buds are a straightforward set of genuine wireless earbuds. On the surface, it prioritizes the core experience, which includes comfort, simplicity of use, battery life, and sound quality. Is this the best-sounding set of truly wireless earbuds available for less than Rs? 2,000? Learn more in this review.

The Oppo Enco Buds are Unremarkable.

I meant it when I started the Oppo Enco Buds had no frills. This straightforward set of truly wireless earbuds featuring an in-canal fit, touch controls, and a simple charging case with a USB Type-C connection. The earpieces are tiny, comfortable, and stylish enough not to draw too much attention. The shiny appearance of my white review unit's earpieces and charging case appealed to me. The earpieces weigh 4g each, while the charging case weighs 37g.

The charging case is compact, pocketable, and well-made with a magnetic cover and a small indicator light on the front. When the lid is opening, the earpieces activate and instantly pair with the most recently connected device. Because there is no pairing button, you must unplug the earpieces from all source devices to activate pairing mode. The sales package contains three sets of ear tips in various sizes and a charging cord for the case.

Touch-sensitive zones on the earpieces let you control calls, playback, and volume. A single-tap on either side plays or pauses music; double-tap skips to the next track, and a triple-tap activates the low-latency game mode. Touching and holding the left or right earpiece reduces or increases the volume, respectively. The touch gestures are responsive and easy to learn and use. However, the lack of app support means what we can't customize these controls. There are no earpiece sensors to pause playback when removed from your ears.

 So the Oppo Enco Buds will keep playing until you manually remain your source device or both earpieces are placing back into the charging case. You can use either earpiece independently of the other, even while one of them is charging.

The Oppo Enco Buds employ Bluetooth 5.2 for communication, compatibility with the SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs. The earbuds include 8mm, dynamic drivers with a frequency range of 20-20,000Hz, and are dust and water-resistant to IP54 standards. For a personalized fit, three pairs of silicone ear tips are providing in the box.

The Oppo Enco Buds contain 40mAh batteries in the earpieces and a 400mAh battery in the charging pouch. I got around five hours of listening time each charge on the earpieces, with the case adding about three more costs for a total of 20 hours of listening time per charging cycle. Given the features and pricing of the Enco Buds, this is adequate.

The Oppo Enco Buds have a Clean, Lively Sound.

Although the absence of features may be off-putting to some, the Oppo Enco Buds deliver on performance. The clear, pleasant sound of these earbuds, as well as their connection reliability and other essential features, impressed me. For most of the evaluation, I paired the earbuds with an iPhone 12 mini (Review), using the AAC Bluetooth codec and Apple Music to play music.

Starting with Clean Bandit's Tick Tock, I enjoyed the Oppo Enco Buds' sonic character; there was a good amount of thud in the lows, but the sound was detailed, and the soundstage was quite comprehensive. This upbeat,

I love aggressive bass, and the Oppo Enco Buds sounded good when it came to low-end thud; it was clearly on the heavier side, but it didn't seem overpowering, even with house and techno music. However, dubstep was another experience, and Flux Pavilion's I Can't Stop was a little too bass-heavy, even for someone like me who is ready to forgive low-end excesses.

Oppo Enco Wireless buds Full Review Affordable Earbuds

That's not to imply it's terrible; in fact, many people would appreciate a good pounding. However, I felt that the bass's intensity didn't always mesh well with the rest of the sound character. In general, the Oppo Enco Buds provide a good, lively listening experience.

The earphones were loud, and even at high volumes, I didn't hear any distortion or issues with the sound. I found that listening to around the 60 percent volume level was ideal at home, but I could go up to the 80 percent level outdoors and still have a reasonably clean listening experience.

Although there is no active noise cancellation on the Oppo Enco Buds, passive noise isolation was decent enough for me thanks to a secure and tight seal. The low-latency gaming mode seemed to make a slight difference in terms of audio delay. In contrast, gaming, but the effect was minimal, and mobile gamers will likely still experience some drawbacks if they rely on this pair of earphones for competitive online gaming. The Bluetooth connection to my paired phone was very stable. Call quality was decent enough indoors and relatively peaceful outdoors.

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