Oraimo I12AP headphones Test: Airpods Max-like headphones except for…

The Oraimo I12AP headphones are a small development of some gadgets from the Cupertino brand. I did take them for a test drive, which I found out. Read more

Oraimo I12AP headphones Test: Airpods Max-like headphones except for…
Oraimo I12AP headphones Test: Airpods Max-like headphones except for…

The I12AP headphones' environment is now more than ever one of sobriety, and Oraimo demonstrates its devotion to the model in question. Its design is unmistakably divisive. Very elegant, with no sharp edges, rounded and flowing lines, a perfect example of minimalist design without being basic, and drab hues with white undertones, as is (sadly) trendy. First, The I12AP headphones are made out of anodized silver shells shaped like little pebbles that provide some comfort when worn in your ears.

On the other hand, there is no reason to criticize the manufacturing quality. Although there are a few premium or luxury brands and models among Bluetooth mobile headsets, I don't regret finding this specific headset, even though it lacks Bluetooth connectivity. By the way, I tried verifying and even linking with Oraimo to see whether the wireless headset was in our local market, but there was no answer. After doing more research on the internet, I discovered one in Indonesia. Would be nice if we had one

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The headband is stiff but has adequate amplitude, the canopy cloth seems to be of excellent enough quality to survive rough handling, even though it may be the weak spot, and the shells constructed completely of anodized aluminum only risk micro-scratches, with anodization minimizing the issue.

The removable circum-auricular pads that encircle the ear are made of a bowl structure with semi-flexible plastic support, memory foam, and a woven textile covering. Except for the replacement pairs, there's nothing to complain about as it fades out.

With 285 grams, the Oraimo headset is among the genre's heavyweights, even coming close to breaking records in this category. The canopy system is very efficient, providing a type of absorbent hammock at the top of the head that distributes the weight down the length of the pole and across the breadth. As a result, there is never any pressure at the top of the head, which I'm experiencing right now after wearing it for three days. On the other hand, the cervical will be solicited during long sessions, and fatigue will be felt, especially if the head is slightly tilted.

Many terminology and concepts will get muddled here: The sound isn't completely neutral or balanced, but it's not overly skewed either. It all starts with the bass register, which is prominent but not overdone. There are no sharp peaks or oscillations, resulting in something that is consistently round and well enveloping.

Surprisingly, the mids are fairly evenly distributed. Even for a closed one of this size, the bass is incredible.

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My only regrets are at a price of between Ksh 1500 t0 2000 with wired connectivity, so don't expect noise counseling headphones at this price range. I leave you to judge for yourself. Let me know what you think of it in the comment section