These Mixcder Bluetooth earbuds have a good sound. When I first saw them i thought I would surely have trouble with them falling out because of the size of the earpieces, but they do stay in and they are very lightweight. The did take a little getting used to.
The earphones are packed in a neat carrying case. Other contents of the packaging include some extra earbuds, micro USB cable for charging and some documentation.
Mixcder Basso Sports Earphones Review: DESIGN
When it comes to the design, the Mixcder Basso uses metal, rubber and plastic in its construction.
The earphone part is made of metal and it feels high quality. Also, it can rotate in 360 degrees for maximum flexibility.
The on-ear support is made of rubber and it is designed to make sure that the earphones don’t fall off when exercising. Well, they serve the purpose but not all the time and I would love to see a better implementation here as the right earphone fell off several times.
Another thing that I didn’t like is the green cable, which is sticking out. It is far from the deal breaker but it simply doesn’t look appealing.
As far as controller, which feels a bit plasticky, we have volume up/down and play/pause buttons as well as the micro USB port for charging. Also, there is a mic for hands-free calling, which is working quite well indoors but it not that well in windy or noisy environments.
Mixcder Basso Sports Earphones Review: SOUND QUALITY
The sound quality for $25 sports Bluetooth earphones is fantastic. There is a lot of bass and depth to the sound, the volume output is very good and you simply can’t expect more from such a cheap pair of earphones.
Mixcder Basso Bluetooth Sports Earphones Review: TEST NOTES and CONCLUSIONS
So there you have it, the Mixcder Basso Bluetooth sports earphones. In short, they have a great value for the price but that doesn’t mean they are perfect.
First of all, these were not the most comfortable earphones I’ve used, because they don’t always sit tight in your ears. Also, it happened a few times that right earphone simply fell off the ear because the controller is installed too close to the earphone.
The second flaw is the battery life. I could get around 3 hours of listening time of them. Well, it’s not a deal breaker but if you exercise a lot, be prepared to charge the earphones a lot.
Other than that, I have no complaints about the range or connectivity or any other issues.
Finally, if you are looking for the pair of good sounding budget Bluetooth earphones for sports, the Mixcder Basso can be your option if you don’t mind a few shortcomings.
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