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This post will be something a bit more different than my usual crafty posts, but hope it will be still interesting 🤔
About 1 month back, Sudio reached out to me to review their Sudio ETT Series of earbuds, and I have been using it on a daily basis then. Hence, I thought of doing a review now as I don't think it would be accurate to review it within a day or week.
A bit more info about my preferences:
🍑 I'm actually an audiophile and I have been using Shure wired earphones for the longest time. I also tried and tested brands such as Audio Technica, Jay's, Sony, Apple... the list goes on.
🍑 I listen to mainly rock and heavy metal music, which has a lot of bass and deep tunes.
🍑 I'm also either on voice call through phone or Discord very often... Daily usage of earbuds is from 3-5h.
🍑 I cannot live without music and whenever I'm doing my crafts or outside out and about, I have to be listening to music. Therefore, I'm kinda frustrated by using wired earphones due to its limitations.
What's in the box?
🍑 1 x Sudio ETT
🍑 1 x charging cable
🍑 1 set of silicone earbuds
🍑 Care manual
What I like about the product is that everything is pastel pink, including the silicone buds and charging cable. It's aesthetically pleasing to see them pull off such a nice colour well.
There is also a wide variety of silicone buds to swap to depending on your ear size, comfort and preferences. It's my first time seeing so many options to swap to as my typical pair of earphones only offers around 3-4 options.
The earbuds and the casing itself is very compact with a matte finish, and it doesn't feel very slippery in your hands in contrast to the Airpods Series that I almost ended up dropping twice 😅
It also comes with a small leather strap at the side which adds on to its unique factor. You can even remove the strap and add your own keychain on!
One little gripe I have with the casing is that the earbuds fit pretty deep into the casing, and sometimes it's pretty hard to take them out.
Specifications ✅Active Noise Cancellation
This really works like a charm to the extent that I can't hear traffic or people talking to me with ANC on, though I wished it had the ambient sound feature like the Sony WF-1000XM3 and Jabra Elite 65T.