They come in nine different colors and one of which is matte black. They also come in metallic sky and titanium designs.
You can find on the left earcup the controls for the volume and the central multifunction button. The central multifunction button is for playback, track navigation, and managing calls. If you press the multifunction button together with the power button, you’ll enable the ANC-Only mode. On ANC-Only mode, you can wear the headphone just for blocking out the noise. And since they’re well-padded, this functions works quite well for its purpose.
On the right earcup, you can find the power button, which you can use for Bluetooth pairing. There’s also a status LED indicator on this side of the ear cup.
The sound quality of this wireless headphone is superb. Its bass has a deep and low-frequency response. Even at higher volumes, the bass doesn’t distort. When you turn the volume higher, they can get louder than you’d expect. The sound is always thumping and powerful. Everything is over the top. And the vocals are present too. They get drowned out by the instruments.
When we listen to music, we want to hear just the music and not the background noise. For this wireless headphone, the noise cancellation feature is just enough not to muffle you away from the environment. We could’ve expected more from the Studio-wireless MP1G2. They’ve made the earcups with pads, which provides a passive noise cancellation, and slightly decreased an ambient noise.
Also, there’s a slight hiss on the sound, if you listen to it very carefully, you’d hear the hiss. Though it isn’t unpleasant to the ear, if you are an audiophile, you’d be annoyed by it. The hiss disappears when you put the headphone on a lower volume.
It’s a comfortable headphone. I could use them for hours, and won’t feel as if my head is being caged. And speaking of long hours, I salute them for how long this wireless headphone can stay on.
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