RANK #48

Raycon E50

"Okay for mixed usage. They have a boomy and dark sound profile, which is better-suited for bass-heavy genres and won’t be great for critical listeners. Their fit also doesn’t isolate against ambient noise well. On the upside, they're portable and breathable enough for sports, but their build quality and IPX4 rating for water-resistance isn't the best. Additionally, these truly wireless headphones have too much latency for watching TV or gaming without a delay."
As posted by rtings.com

Pros

  • Decently comfortable, come with multiple tip options
  • Decently well-built design

Cons

  • Bass-heavy, boomy sound profile
  • Sub-par microphone
  • Poor noise isolation
  • Short battery life

Product Details

Date First Available:
January 28, 2019

Expert Reviews

Okay for mixed usage. They have a boomy and dark sound profile, which is better-suited for bass-heavy genres and won’t be great for critical listeners. Their fit also doesn’t isolate against ambient noise well. On the upside, they're portable and breathable enough for sports, but their build quality and IPX4 rating for water-resistance isn't the best. Additionally, these truly wireless headphones have too much latency for watching TV or gaming without a delay.

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Pros

  • Decently comfortable, come with multiple tip options.
  • Decently well-built design.

Cons

  • Bass-heavy, boomy sound profile.
  • Sub-par microphone.
  • Poor noise isolation.
  • Short battery life.

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