amazon Macaw T800 reviews
Macaw T800 is quite simple design is just two housing connected by a wire. The housing of the headphones is more compact than the T1000 brother, the back of the headset is more prominent and sparkle thanks to two green or macaw brown stones attached. All components such as the charger, battery, and the driver are housed in the ear buds. The micro USB port for charging is also incorporated here, which is plastic covered to resist water and is very solid! The housing is made of plastic but feels heavy, hand-built and sturdy. Nozzle tip is small, can fit both the tips of many firm and Spinfit.
The controls are placed closer to the right ear, made of plastic and have all 3 buttons pause / play and volume. Wires are wrap fabric to prevent breakage. Headphones are designed to withstand sweat as well as lightweight water, so users will be comfortable to exercise without having to worry about headphones! Overall, the headphones are solidly designed, sturdy, the only downside is probably the slightly larger housing, which will not fit into anyone with smaller ears than the average. Sound insulation is also good if you choose the right tips and wear it the right way, but these nozzle cross headphones like this will not soundproof completely like other headphones, but also 9 out of 10!
Dynamic driver speaker size 12mm
Bluetooth technology 4.1
Chip decodes CSR8645 chip
Waterproof standard IP4
Sensitivity: 95 dB
Impedance: 16 ohm
Waterproof, anti-perspirant, synthetic fiber
Battery capacity: 60 mA
Selling business up to 10m
Pin: 170 h / 7 days
Continuous use: 3,5 h
Weight: 15 g
Same as T1000. With the T800, as a fitness headset, the company has also increased the volume of bass to a little to increase the excitement. But in general, the headphones still have a balanced, natural sound and a slight warmth. This sound makes the T800 a good earpiece, which can suit more people.
One thing I like about Macaw is that it never makes too much of a difference in the music, especially the bass. The RT-10 has a bit more bass, but the overall sound quality is quite balanced and easy listening. To the T800, the company also raised the bass up a bit for those who exercise to play the lively music. But this amount of bass compared to the general market is not too much, just a little more than average, the price under $50 is pretty much wired headphones are much lower than the T800. This bass just enough to play the dance, Electro without feeling a serious shortage, but not too much to play jazz excessively.
Trying to: Walk in the air, there was plenty left to feel the majesty of the song, but not enough to encroach on Yao si ting’s voice, the bass was rather moderate! Bass is also placed away from singers and other instruments, so even though it is a bit more average, the music is always separated. The bass of the T800 is slightly more sub bass, so it feels more horizontal than the same headphones. Sub bass is deep enough (deep enough for deep drum tracks like Walking In The Air mentioned above). The superficial stretches to the sides of the ear, with a slight pull of the tail and then completely off. Also, the overall depth of the T800 feels soft, warm and less punchy, in line with the longer drum play, Contrabass. With rock songs featuring high-speed drum solo, the mid-bass T800 is not fast enough, as well as being tweaked to perform perfectly, but it’s not that bad. This bass also contributes to the sound of the headset a bit darker, perhaps the company did so to compensate for the open design, often making the headphones sound thin.
The mid-section of the T800 is similar to its predecessor, which is entirely straightforward, not a genre of music or a separate genre. Unlike the GT100s, this headset is slightly mid-pitched. In general, users will still have long-lasting sound quality from this headset. The mid section is slightly backdated to the score, not too advanced. Mid is thick, warm and sweet. I use the T800 and S500i at the same time, and these two headphones are quite different mid. The S500i has a mid-light, slim and quite mid-range. If not for this sound, the T800 will be the second option, with the opposite mid.
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Because of the tendency of the bass, so of course the treble of the T800 is not very prominent, with the main task is to fill the drum and singer. The treble is average and comparable to headphones like the Xiaomi Piston 3.0 or E10s bass, but it’s less than the treble-like headphones like the TTpod T1 or the Xiaomi 2.1. The amount of treble is not too short, but the way of playing the headset is not too prominent. Treble up to a segment will be rolled off lightly, so not up to the highest notes. Moreover, the treble speed of the headset is slightly higher, the treble has not been dissolved and the phenomenon has been interrupted. Treble space is also encapsulated, not expanded. But in general, treble also has the task of keeping the sound from being dark, as well as expanding the sound field a bit. With the treble-head need high volume as well as high play, the T800 is probably not the best option.
+ Finished well, water resistant
+ There are volume controls
+ Balance sound, easy listening, can still play strong music
+ Large housing design
+ Sound is not for those who like a lot of highlight point
+ Charger plug … difficult to open! (Of course necessary for water resistance)
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