Today I am reviewing the Mixcder Drip Bluetooth Wireless Headphones.

Product features:(Taken From Amazon Product Listing)

  • Can be used both wired (via the 3.5mm audio cable) and wirelessly via Bluetooth 4.0+EDR
  • Foldable design and light weight make it more portable to carry.Thickening earmuffs giving you long-time comfort
  • Built-in microphone for headset functionality with controls for media and phone calls
  • Special speaker transmits high fidelity & powerful bass and detailed wireless sound to your ears
  • Up to 20 hours of music playing time and talking time, standby time more than 250 hours

Design:

These headphones have a beautiful looking two colour design, with blue taking over the areas running around the exterior of the headphones and white being used for the padded areas such as the headband and the ear cups. This two colour mix really looks nice and give the headphones a look of pure style. Something I don’t like, however, is just how plastic these are, these are practically 98% made of plastic with the only other materials present on the exterior being the faux leather for the headband and earcups as well as two metal clips, one on each side for the folding mechanism. In my opinion, the plastic just feels wrong and give off a slightly tacky feeling to these otherwise beautiful looking headphones.

In terms of comfort these headphones are bang on perfect for me, the padding for both the ear cups and the headband has a nice thickness to it, which assures the headphones are sitting comfortably on my head and ears.

The area surrounding the left ear cup is home to the power buttons, the volume/track selection rocker, an LED status light and the 3.5mm audio in jack for listening to music without using Bluetooth. The right-hand side is home to a MicroUSB port for charging and a small microphone for hands-free calls.

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Connectivity:

As is normal with Bluetooth devices these days, connecting these headphones to my phone wirelessly was a very simple and easy task to do, taking me no longer than 30 seconds to. If you do get stuck or have never done this before, have no worries as the manual give you a well-written walk-through on how to do it.

In terms of signal strength and reliability, these headphones are on par with others. This means that as long as you sue them within the recommended range you won’t have any problems, the only time I experienced any problems was trying to use them outside when it was slightly windy. The wind always seems to have a negative effect on Bluetooth headphones and their connection to my phone. In case, you don’t have a Bluetooth-enabled device or you perhaps forget to charge the headphones, there is also an option to use a 3.5mm audio cable to connect between your device and the headphones. The only differences are that using the cable doesn’t use the battery of the headphones and the buttons on the headphones for volume etc, don’t function, this is normal on every wireless headset I have tried.

In case, you don’t have a Bluetooth-enabled device or you perhaps forget to charge the headphones, there is also an option to use a 3.5mm audio cable to connect between your device and the headphones. The only differences are that using the cable doesn’t use the battery of the headphones and the buttons on the headphones for volume etc, don’t function, this is normal on every wireless headset I have tried.

Battery:

The battery in these headphones is quite impressive really as it offers up to 20 hours of playback, which is more than enough for a pair of wireless headphones. I haven’t yet drained the battery on these, but I can happily say, I am almost 15 hours in and the battery is still going strong.

Audio quality:

The sound produced by these headphones is really amazing, they offer crystal clear sound without a beat or lyric missed and the bass produced is like heaven for the ears. I’m sitting here now, listening to songs as I’m typing this and I just can’t get over how good they sound. Even at their highest volume, they are distortion free.

The built-in microphone also does a fantastic job and picks up my voice clearly, whilst delivering it to the person on the other end of the phone as smoothly as is possible.

Overall:

A fantastic set of wireless headphones in terms of sound quality and battery quality, the only thing I’m not a fan of is the plastic used for the exterior.

DISCLAIMER: I received this product for free in return for my honest and unbiased review. This has had no effect on my overall opinion of the product.

 

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Score breakdown:

These headphones have earned 8.8 out of 10, which earns them a Gold Reviews Insider Star.

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Mixcder Drip Bluetooth Headphones

Mixcder Drip Bluetooth Headphones
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Design

8/10

    In use

    9/10

      Battery

      10/10

        Pros

        • - Brilliant colour combination
        • - Amazing audio playback
        • - Excellent battery life
        • - Comfortable

        Cons

        • - Feel very plastic in hand
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