Earbuds come in all shapes and sizes and this is a new fresh design this time around from a company called Allway. Allway is an innovative tech brand principally engaged in the R&D, manufacture, and distribution of Bluetooth headphones, speakers, and other creative devices. The company has established solid partnerships with Huawei, Philips, Sony, Apple, Farouk Systems, Lenovo, Alibaba, JD.com, Baidu, and other world-renowned brands.
We have been testing their latest product to the market the OE10 over the last while and from their presentation to their looks do they pass the tests we conduct here which is hours of music, movies videos and more…
Unlike the TWS headphones with a semi-in-ear design which may generate pressure inside the ears, in particular for long-time wearing. OE10, the true-wireless, open-ear earphones don’t go in your ears at all, they are more like a personal stereo that sits on your ears. Different from the bone-conduction headphones which people have suggested these were to me and I quickly pointed out they are not rely on the sound being transmitted through vibrations on the bones of the head and jaw, the Allway OE10 uses Open Audio directional sound transmission technology to deliver sound waves through the air for a more natural listening experience, reducing the issue of sound spillage and amplification. Relying on 30 years of experience in audio devices manufacturing, we use our self-developed bass enhancement technology to deliver rich, full-range sound that far exceeds the standard of similar products in the market.
Precision ports direct sound from two 16.2 mm drivers with a frequency range of up to 20KHz, and are equipped with a high-quality composite diaphragm and optimised adjustment by Allway Acoustics Laboratory, the low frequency is full of volume, and the mid and high frequency is clear and delicate. Dual-mic ENC noise reduction captures the sound and eliminates background noise, providing clear, and excellent conversation quality.
With the touch sensor control panel on both sides, you can perform operations with taps and swipes, without taking out your mobile phone from your pocket. Adjust the volume or answer a call plus a variety of functions with just a tap. Bluetooth connection between two devices, audio can be switched between devices in real-time. Leverage the latest Bluetooth 5.3, and support AAC HD decoding, users can customise operation with the Free Allway App ( available for both iOS and Android devices) which we will show you in the video review below and also see the screenshots provided here.
The Allway OE10 is rated IPX4. Whether it’s sweat after a workout or sudden rain, the full angle splash protection ensures OE10 has a longer service life. OE10 charges can be charged with a Type-C cable in 1.5 hours, earphones play time is up to 6 hours under moderate settings; the charging case offers an extra 4 full charges, which makes the total play time up to 24 hours, making them easy to cope with long training sessions or sports.
- Open-ear design, hear the music and environment, perfect for running, cycling, hiking.
- Stay safe, be aware of noise in the world around you.
- Priced at $79, a more affordable alternative to other open earbuds like Bose($119), Sony($159.99)
, Cleer($129.99) and shokz($129) .
- A more comfortable listening experience without bone conduction vibration.
- Crystal-clear conversations with high-quality sound
- Simple touch controls, up to 6 hours of battery, and a total of up to 16 hours with the charging case.
- IPX4 splash-proof and sweat-proof design, simple touch controls. Personalize the earbuds with the Allway App.
Product Name: Open Earbuds 10
Product Model: OE10
Product Size: 48*63*16mm
Bluetooth Version: BT5.3
Drive Unit: 16.2mm
Impedance: 20±15% ohm
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
Frequency Band: 2.400GHz-2.4835GHz
Microphone Sensitivity: -38 dBV@1kHz
Type of Charge: Typ-C
Earbuds Battery: 130mAh
Case Battery: 450mAh
Charging Time: About 1.5h
Battery Life: 6h per single charge/16h with case
Number of Connections: 2
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