Oppo Enco Buds Review: More Powerful Bass and Less Latency

Oppo Enco Buds..

The Oppo Enco Buds are the latest True Wireless Stereo (TWS) earphones from Oppo. Reinforced with a binaural connectivity system thanks to Bluetooth 5.2. This technology allows the right and left earbuds to receive a direct audio transmission from the source device, respectively. This allows for less latency than the relay transmission method from the left earbud and then forwarded to the right earbud.


Oppo Enco Buds...

Charging Cases Of these earbuds feature a minimalist and ergonomic design. The charging device comes with an oval-shaped design with no corners so that it feels comfortable when carried and held. The charging case is made of glossy plastic. Even though it’s made of plastic, it still feels sturdy. There are also LED lights that display different colors according to battery status and others. The hinge of the cover has a magnet to keep it tightly closed.

The shape of the earbuds is also very compact, resembling a sphere. Oppo designed it to fit in the user’s ear. Each earbud weighs 4 grams. You can change the Enco’s silicone rubber tip to fit your ear, the silicone is available in the sales package. The back of each earbud has a capacitive sensor so that it can be accessed by touch. You can operate music playback using the touch sensor. Touch once to Play/Pause music, double-tap to change songs or answer/end phone calls, and triple tap to activate Game Mode. To increase the volume, press and hold the sensor area of ​​the right earbud. Meanwhile, to reduce the volume level, press and hold the left earbud sensor area. The Oppo Enco Buds offer a more practical use than TWS in general.

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Oppo Enco Buds Performance

To connect earbuds to your smartphone for the first time, you simply open the Charging case cover. This allows the earphones to enter pairing mode. Then in the Bluetooth settings of your smartphone, select Oppo Enco Buds. However, if you use an Oppo smartphone, pairing will be even easier. After opening the earbud cover, the smartphone will immediately display the Enco Buds prompt and you just have to confirm the connection.

Oppo Enco Buds.
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There is also an Auto Reconnect feature, where when you put the earbuds in the case, they will automatically reconnect to the previously connected device. You can also customize the control area of ​​the earbuds sensor. For Oppo users, you can simply open the Bluetooth settings menu and select Earbuds Functions. You can freely reconfigure the operating access as you wish. For those who are not Oppo smartphone users, you can download the application HeyMelody.

These earbuds are IP54 certified, which makes them water and sweat-resistant. The Game Mode of these earbuds allows for very minimal latency, which is 80ms3. Delivers complete audiovisuals that will draw you into the game.

Enjoy the highest sound and deepest bass with 8mm dynamic drivers. Designed to deliver the latest AAC audio encoding so you can listen to music in its entirety. With an intelligent algorithm based on the DNN model, your voice will be extracted precisely from ambient noise during calls. Oppo claims you can use these earbuds for 24 hours on a single charge. With just 15 minutes of charging, you can play music for an hour.

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These earbuds produce great sound. If you are a fan of bass and wide stereo separation, then these earbuds are for you. This TWS can be the right choice if you are looking for a TWS to accompany you to play games, but it is sold at an affordable price. The Oppo Enco Buds retail for $41.34.


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