ADSQ Mini Stereo Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds Review
If you are looking for a mini headset that will work with your iPhone and other similar devices and want it to be wireless and sweat-resistant, then the ADSQ mini stereo wireless Bluetooth earbuds headsets may be right for you. These have an MSRP of $59.99 but can be had for as little as $17.99 with shipping included. The real question is: are they worth even that? We took a closer look and found out what’s to love, and not love about this affordable Bluetooth Earbud.
The ADSQ mini earbuds with A2DP earpieces have their own carrying case that is simple, but does the job. They feature a mini ear plug and will work with most versions of Bluetooth. The volume control and mic are built right into the rectangular earpieces and the wireless cord is lightweight.
The ADSQ mini earbuds come with an accessories package that includes spare A2DP earcone covers and over the ear security holders. That they come with an accessories kit that includes replacement ear cones and security ear loops puts them to the top of the list of many of the Bluetooth earsets that promise you can use during sports.
The ADSQ mini earbuds won’t stay in by themselves, but slip over the ear loops and you can run and play as hard as you want without missing a beat. The carrying case, cheap as it is, works. It is a simple vinyl type case and it fits everything inside so you won’t lose a thing.
The connection range of this product is 30 feet (10 meter range), which means that it can be used both indoors and outdoors, especially with the A2DP, HD stereo voice. According to the findings of various tests carried out on similar devices, the earbuds have one of the longest ranges and make the top 20 list in its class.
Anytime something is listed for 50 plus dollars and then sold for less than half price with free shipping you have to do an investigation to know the reasons behind the significant price reduction. Being high-quality soundscape earphones and the ability to handle calls well would depend on the user. The audio quality is basic and the controls for the earsets are minimal at best. Don’t expect to be making any important calls on this earset anytime soon, or doing more than simply enjoying your music while you run – these aren’t earphones for anyone who really loves hearing everything that they are listing to.
The Final Verdict
For less than $20, the ADSQ mini earbuds are really worth the price, and this is why the thousands of people who have bought it expressed satisfaction with the possibility of pairing the product with any other device – obviously designed to appeal to the Apple crowd. Also, you do not need to buy any of the basic accessories separately. Put together, the earbuds can also be used for between 2 and 4 hours of continuous play, and this depends on the volume. The ADSQ product is also useful for people engaged in a sport where losing them won’t matter – like whitewater rafting.