Senso Bluetooth Headphones Review – Do I Senso Something Amazing?
Bluetooth headphones have lately taken over the headphones industry like a storm. And, one of the best upcoming brands, when we talk of wireless headphones is Senso. Our experts ensured that no stones were left unturned in the testing of Senso headphones! Let’s take an in-depth look at Senso’s range of Bluetooth headphones in our Senso Bluetooth headphones review!
Senso Bluetooth Headphones Review
Senso has given a new definition to budget high-quality in-ear headphones. These headphones have been designed while keeping in mind those people who like listening to music while sweating it out. So, for gym-goers, runners and sportspersons, Senso can be a go-to budget brand.
Anybody who tells you that price doesn’t matter is lying. Price is one of the foremost considerations when deciding which headphones to buy. Not everyone has hundreds of dollars at their disposal to get high-end headphones. This is where Senso shines like a charm. Their range of in-ear headphones cost anywhere between $15 to $30.
To put it into perspective, brands like Audio-Technica and Sony have in-ear headphones that cost $200 and $300 respectively. So, Senso headphones are easy on your pocket, which is the first of many positives.
Design and Style
On the design side, Senso has specialized in in-ear Bluetooth headphones. They’re yet to come out with on-ear or over-the-ear headphones. Also, from what we’ve seen so far, we believe they will be sticking to wireless headphones only.
Senso Bluetooth in-ear headphones are comfortable. They have silicone earbuds that fit into your ears smoothly. The earbuds come in three different sizes to fit every user that chooses Senso headphones.
Not only this but all Senso headphones also come with adjustable ear-hooks that ensure these headphones stay put inside your ear. These ear-hooks are made using a special memory metal technology that allows the headphones to acclimatize per your comfort level. Moreover, these ear-hooks and snug-fitting earbuds are essential, as Senso headphones are designed for sportspersons.
Both earpieces are connected by a simple wire that goes around the back of your neck, giving you a tangle-free experience.
A very important factor while selecting headphones for sports and workout is their ability to be waterproof and sweatproof. All Senso Bluetooth headphones have an IPX7 rating on the IPX chart. IPX rating depicts the degree of protection from water. This rating ranges between IPX0, which signifies no protection against water, to IPX8, which signifies complete protection even with constant submersion. An IPX7 rating is very high, indicating protection against water 1m/3 feet deep, for 30 minutes. Even though people may argue that it is not fully protected against water, the price at which these headphones come with such a high IPX rating, they’re a steal.
Another important factor while selecting the right wireless headphones is the battery life. Senso Bluetooth headphones come with a battery life of up to 8 hours on a full charge. They have an 85 mAh Lithium-Ion Polymer battery that takes 1.5 – 2 hours for a full charge.
These headphones have a standby battery life of up to 240 hours. 8 hours may not be the longest playback time, but the fact that the charging time is only 2 hours, it’s fair to say you’d last a full workout or 2 in one full charge. Senso headphones have a micro USB 2.0 charging port.
Senso wireless headphones, all come with a Bluetooth 4.1 and CVC 6.0 noise cancellation microphone connectivity. They have the usual connectivity distance of up to 30 feet/10 meters. There is no breakage in connectivity usually, except on the off occasions. Also, you can pair these headphones with 2 devices at a time. The connection process is mentioned in the user manual guide.
From what our experts gathered, Senso has put their money where their mouth is. They boast about their headphones having a high fidelity audio output, and the tests revealed no less. The audio output of Senso wireless headphones was bang on! They have a really accurate stereo sound effect, which makes your music experience a lot more immersive than otherwise.
The bass is rich and thumpy, along with an equally crisp treble. This allows for a very balanced music experience as too much bass or treble can ruin the whole experience. Though, we felt that the mids could have been better and there could be better identification of individual instruments and voices.
Talking about noise cancellation, in-ear headphones have an automatic advantage over other types of headphones. As they go directly into your ear canal, the block out most of the ambient noise. Senso is no different, having a very good level of noise cancellation.
The design along with the CVC 6.0 noise cancellation microphone makes for an amazing noise-free experience, while both listening or speaking on a call.
Frequently Asked Questions About Senso Bluetooth Headphones
Sadly, the is no. Senso has thus far only come out with their budget-friendly sports headphones in the in-ear style. Also, there has been no indication thus far whether we will have any over-the-ear headphones from Senso in the coming time.
Usually, activities like swimming require submersion in water for longer periods of time, for which an IPX8 rated pair of headphones is recommended. Though, you can use Senso headphones while swimming if you can monitor the time for which you keep them submerged underwater.
The microphone on the Senso headphones are much like any other headphones, Therefore, yes, you can give voice commands to voice assistants using Senso Bluetooth headphones.
Senso headphones show a battery indicator next to the Bluetooth sign when paired with an iOS device, but the same was not witnessed for android devices.
We hope that our Senso Bluetooth headphones review helped you understand the brand and it products better. We believe that Senso Bluetooth headphones, any model, are a complete steal. The features they come with, priced at $15 - $30 are worth far more. They define value for money.
Even though the audio output and noise cancellation is not as up to the mark as on high-end Sony or Bose headphones, but they do more than just an average job for the price at which they are offered.
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