The Phiaton BT330 is designed with a classic and futuristic style that won’t weigh you down. The headphone’s hinges are foldable for easy storage. They made the headband of matte plastic and adjustable according to your desired fit.
The on/off switch for the ANC is located on the left ear cup. On the right ear cup lays the power button and a slider to control volume, calls, and tracks.
As mentioned earlier, the Phiaton BT 330 wireless headphone has an active noise-cancelling feature. It eliminates noise below 1000 Hz. This headphone effectively removes 95% of low-frequency annoying sounds.
The Phiaton BT330 uses advanced 40mm drivers that feature an ideal vibration system that kicks up clarity on high-frequency audio and authentic digital music. Large Neodymium magnets also power the booming bass.
The Phiaton BT330 can stream music wirelessly or with a wire. For a wireless connection, it has a Bluetooth 4.0 connection. It’s supported with an apt-X codec to deliver non-intermittent wireless streaming. It has a multipoint connection that allows the headphone to pair with two devices simultaneously. Operating range is within 10m/33ft.
The Phiaton BT330 boasts of a long-lasting battery juice. If you turn on the ANC feature, it lasts for 14 hours whether used for calls or music session. With the ANC feature turned off, it can last up to 29 hours of call time and 30 hours of music time. Full charging time is approximately 3.2 hours.
Inside the box, aside from the headphone, you also get an audio cable, USB charging cable, and a carrying case.
It has a pretty excellent performance. I’m very satisfied with the ANC feature, sound quality, and battery life. The multipoint connection allows me to pair my tablet and phone to connect with the headphone without stress.
Last update on 2021-07-31 at 07:04 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API
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