22 Jan AUSDOM ANC8 Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Bluetooth Headphones/Headset Review
The AUSDOM ANC8 Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones are great mid-range headphones overall. The design of this product I find very unique compared to the classic designs of big-box competitors like Beats, Sennheiser, and Bose in regards to the materials used and the colors. That’s not the only thing I find interesting as the value of the product should be addressed. To find a comparable headphone, in my opinion, your probably going to have to spend around a lot more in brand new condition from the competitors especially beats. That’s why this product deserves a chance although the brand may be unfamiliar to you.
This product should fit well enough for all shapes and sizes as the size adjustment thing you can pull on each side of the product is above average in terms of stretching ability. Another above average feature is the cushion effectiveness. This is definitely a comfortable pair of headphones more comfortable than the average pair of headphones you see on Amazon. Both of the ear muffs have plenty of cushions that will allow extended gaming successions with minimal sweating and pain. The part where your head goes is completely padded up which is nice because sometimes companies just pad up the middle spot and not the entire thing so that’s awesome.
The company takes a really interesting take here. This is probably the biggest flaw of the product and prevents perfection. The sound reproduction of this product is unfortunately below my expectation. The sound lacked any pop to it, to be honest. It sounded like those really cheap $1 earbuds from China or something. However, it has an interesting ANC mode which provides a significant sound quality boost and additional soundproofing more than 50%. I gotta be honest the bass boost sounds awesome and perfect for pop or rap music. The issue comes with classic music like rock and jazz. You simply can’t depend on bass boosting for those songs it doesn’t work. And well you’re left with a less than stellar experence for certain songs. Which limits the demographics of a potential buyer.
Yes this thing has a microphone it’s definitely not as impressive as the audio and comfort but it’s not bad by any means So this aspect is purely average to me. Not to much background noise and vocal clarity is good enough for comprehension at least. I wouldn’t use this for professional services like youtube or anything. Nor can you as it’s used solely for calling people.
The company did a nice job displaying what the product is all about on top of the box. A clear picture is shown and it’s impressive. The complementary micro USB cable and 3.5mm audio jack cable was a nice touch. The free carry on case is something I’ve seen other companies do and rightfully so as it’s a solid case. Which just adds to the overall value that’s provided here.
Well, the noise canceling feature is apparent but not absolute. I’d say it’s around 50 percent which is great news as you are going to be able to block most sounds out. However, if you’re in a loud setting you will hear background noise. For example, if some girls are yelling from the opposite side of the hall late at night. The ability to turn this feature on and off is extremely useful as it’s not always necessary. Also, the case I mentioned before is great for traveling on the go. Overall I’m pretty impressed.