This speaker has decent sound and looks good. I compared it to my favorite speaker I’ve used in this price range (a UE Roll II that a friend owns) and found the audio in many cases was improved with slightly deeper bass and more volume. That being said with a design like this it is difficult for the speaker to produce the deepest bass tones (bass requires moving air and a flat body with a closed back does not have as much air moved) so if you’re looking for really low bass found in rap and some electronic music you’re gonna have to go for something a bit bigger.
The Paww Wavesound 3 has decent sound, a gorgeous design and premium materials, but the metal build comes at a price: extra weight.
This is an unbranded head unit that functions with primarily touch input. It comes in a plain box. It runs on a customs Windows CE software that resembles older Windows phones.
Summary: The AYL SoundFit Plus has decent performance, especially given its relatively cheap cost. The build quality seems solid enough that it will last some abuse and the sound is good, although the bass is a little soft for my tastes.
What I Like:
- Great overall sound with heavy bass that does not overpower the treble and mid tones
- The in-line buttons are easy to find and press compared to other in line buttons I’ve tested before
- The headphone cables feel strong when pulled and flexed
- Comfortable to wear
- Battery life is acceptable
What I Don’t Like:
- The pieces that hold the headphones into the ears are not strong enough
Summary: These Q12’s are some of the better performing budget Bluetooth headphones I’ve reviewed, with more bass than competing models. The best part is, even with more bass the treble comes through crisp and clear, striking a good balance between high and low tones. When combined with the decent build quality and battery life, these headphones make it onto my recommendation list.