The Necklace OEB-E54D earphones by Transsion’s Oraimo are a decent pair of Bluetooth earpieces. How does it perform? Find out in our Oraimo Necklace OEB-E54D Bluetooth headset review.
Remember the gift pack that itel Mobile sent me some weeks ago? It included the Tempo C smart fitband and a set of Oraimo Necklace OEB-E54D earphones. The unit is metallic grey in colour and discretely co-branded with both Oraimo and itel logos.
Oraimo Necklace OEB-E54D Bluetooth Headset key specs
- Bluetooth Version: V4.1
- Talk Range: 10m
- Battery Capacity: 220mAh
- Standby Time: 200 hours
- Talk Time: 8 hours
- Music Playing Time: 8 hours
- Embedded Anti-Theft Feature
Oraimo Necklace OEB-E54D Bluetooth Headset review
This bluetooth headset goes around the neck, naturally. It has a physical power button, volume up and down buttons, as well as a Play/Pause button. They are all located in the right pod, which is where the micro-USB charging port, microphone, and LED notification are located as well.
Having these physical buttons provides a decent level of convenience in the use of the headset.
The itel and Oraimo branding are located on the left pod.
What is the audio quality of the Oraimo Necklace OEB-E54D Bluetooth headset like? It is good – almost as good as the audio quality I get from Samsung’s AKG wired headset. It produces decent bass but during audio playback, there are little bits of background instrumentation that goes missing. If you love to hear every little bit of click, chink, and tone in your music, you will find Oraimo’s necklace a little less than ideal.
For most people, this headset is perfect. It just isn’t for those who want a high fidelity music experience.
Volume is very loud though – much louder than what the AKG set delivers, though it loses some quality at the uppermost volume levels.
Charging is via a standard micro-USB port, which allows you to use chargers and cables from your other devices.
The Oraimo necklace can be purchased for as low as ₦10,000 in stores around the country, as well as on online stores like Jumia, Konga, and AliExpress.
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