Raycon E50 Review
While many people may think that earbuds are basic devices, in reality, they are not; they can have a variety of features and can do many different things. They need good battery life, and their sound performance has to be clear and loud. What else do we want to mention in our Raycon E50 review?
The Raycon E50 is one of the best wireless headphones you can buy. They have an excellent sound profile; they are comfortable to use, and are built well.
These may seem like standard features of entry-level earbuds, but they are much more than that.
Design and Style
Their design is basic yet elegant, which is ideal for a pair of truly wireless headphones. They do, however, have a finish that is a bit on the glossy side, which gives them a cheap feel, and also makes them prone to fingerprint marks.
They are very portable and well-built, which makes them easy to carry around, and useful for traveling as well. Besides that they also have quite good accent colors; they are available in blue, black, gold, and white. In most cases, apart from the white one, the outside casing is black in color.
An R logo is on each of the earpieces, which is an analog touch interface. There are a few tapping patterns that can be learned by the user to access the commands that are available to them.
When you have memorized the tapping patterns for the commands, you can manage the earbuds quite easily and can answer phone calls, hang up, pause and play your music, turn the earbuds on and off, and more.
Additionally, these earbuds are waterproof, and even though the rating is a bit on the lower end, it is still quite useful. This makes them ideal for outdoor use like for hiking, running, or working out.
However, it is not advisable to wear them in the shower or to directly immerse them in water.
The Raycon E50 earbuds are quite comfortable to use, even if you are wearing them for an extended period of time. They do not directly enter your ear canal, and are also very lightweight.
Many people, however, may feel a bit of discomfort due to the rigid stability fin when these earbuds are in use for a long time. There are six different types of silicone gel tips that are quite ergonomic as compared to the standard ones, which is due to the orientation of the gel.
When there are some good features, there may be some tradeoffs as well. The gel, which makes the earbuds helpful and soft, makes them not so long-lasting at the same time; this is because the gel tips will disfigure and warp over time.
They would need to be replaced more than the regular ones. Similar to many other in-ear headphones, they are also quite breathable, and no heat is trapped inside the ear. This makes them the best workout headphones, since you will not sweat more with these in your ear.
Audio Quality and Battery Life
These earbuds use Bluetooth 5.0, which means you can connect till 30ft, which is a reasonable distance for a connection. This, however, indicates that you will not be able to get the benefits that are associated with the sync that exists between each earbud.
When it comes to the soundscape, it is quite reasonable. The bass tones or treble are not very high or loud, and you can even use the equalizer to adjust the audio sound if you like.
The noise cancellation in these earbuds is not so high, and it does not isolate the bass. They are useful for mid-range noises, such as ambient noise or chatter that is usually present in public places, and can be used in the office as well.
They are useful in blocking out the treble frequencies.
When it comes to the battery power, with one charge, each earbud can go on for at least five hours. If the case is added as well (which makes use of a 750mAh battery), there can be a further addition of twenty hours in the battery life.
This means that you will get twenty-five hours, which is quite good since the playtime is similar to what you would get with wireless headphones that are over the ear.
They are also very portable since they can fit in your pocket, and there is also a charging case included, which is small and can be used during traveling.
Quality and Stability
These earbuds are built very decently for a pair of wireless headphones. Not only are they dense and compact, but they can also survive accidental drops while not enduring much damage.
However, their glossy finish makes them look cheap, and makes their surface look dirty very quickly. They are, however, very solidly made of a good quality material, and are also water-resistant.
The Raycon E50 earbuds are very stable, as well. This is because of the physical fins that they have. These earbuds are quite useful for all kinds of physical activities, since they do not move with your head.
There is only one size available, and if it does not fit you, you will have no other size options to choose from.
- Type: In-ear
- Enclosure: Closed-back
- Truly Wireless
- No Noise Cancellation
- Mic: Yes
- Transducer: Dynamic
- Weight: 0.02 lbs
- Battery Type: Rechargeable
- Bluetooth version: 5.0
- Multi-device pairing: No
- They’re highly comfortable,
- They are equipped with various tip options,
- They’re well constructed and long-lasting.
- The microphone is not made of good quality,
- Noise isolation could have been better,
- The battery life is short,
- The bass is quite heavy.
These earbuds, the Raycon E50, are good for mixed usage. They have a sound profile which is not just boomy, but is also dark.
This is well-suited for heavy bass genres, and is not very useful for critical listeners. These earbuds do not even cancel the ambient noise either.
However, they are comfortable and breathable as well as portable and compact, which makes them a good choice for long-term and outdoor use.