Having tested the all new Sudio ETT for some time now they are a great pair of earbuds with great looks and stand out which was one thing noted during my testing, people asking what brand they are, something often asked but people like the colour here in particular which moves away from the traditional Black or White variants that are most common but there seems to be a change here with more manufacturers offering more colours which is nice and gives the consumer choice..
The Sudio ETT come with nice packaging as do all Sudio products and is nice to see as first impressions do last for many you get a presentation overall and you can see this in the unboxing experience below…Slip into an audio world where you’re in control. Sudio Ett’s Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) is pure listening, uninterrupted, while comfort fitted detachable ear tips ensure perfect sound seal for any ear. Automatic Transparency Mode intuitively lowers noise reduction, allowing you to hear your own voice clearly, that is, if you decide to answer when the outside world calls.
The Sudio ETT overall pack a decent punch here however I think they could do better with an app as I mentioned in previous Sudio product reviews but overall they are fine with 10mm drivers they deliver quite well as a whole with highs lows and mids doing fine and for the average user they will have no problems with these at all, not as loud as I would like but loud enough and for my usual test loop they performed well in fairness they lack a deep bass and calls are fine too and for music and movies etc you will be happy enough if you are not a true audiophile which I am not but know good from bad due to the amount of earbuds I test here. There was no lag latency noticed here either.
Comfort and Build
Comfort is nice here and with the right buds the ANC does a good job overall they look nice have a nice soft finish to them and fit really well and will not fall out once in your ears, I do really like the build quality of these earbuds and they look great too and as mentioned the range of colours you get to pick from is nice and different.. Also you get an IPX5 rating here and wireless charging to boot. Battery life is not too bad either which is around 30 hours without ANC and around 22 with ANC or 6 and 4 per charge
These cost 119 euro now which is a fair price to pay and you get a well built product that delivers for the most part on sound with some features missing, check out the video below for more and how to use the earbuds and let us know if you have picked these up and your thoughts below.
And do not forget GET AN ANDREA MAACK TOTE BAG WITH EVERY SUDIO PURCHASE