We’ve certainly reviewed wireless headphones previously, but none quite like these. The VOXOA HD Wireless Headphones will provide a great sound, portability, and ease of use to your everyday life. They can be connected to any device via Bluetooth, but if you feel like plugging them in, you can do that as well.
We’ve used these headphones almost everyday for roughly three weeks, so let’s take a look at our final verdict.
The VOXOA Wireless Headphones offer a sleek, durable design. They’re mostly composed of matted soft-touch plastic, allowing for a light weight, premium-feeling experience. They’re foldable at the hinges (what headphones aren’t), and they extend out quite a bit for even the biggest-sized heads out there. Once folded, they seem surprisingly small and able to fit in a backpack or purse quite easily.
On the right side sits a big square multifunction button, along with volume buttons towards the back, and navigation buttons towards the front. The bottom of the right side sits a Micro USB port, an LED connection light, and the 3.5mm headphone jack. Both sides have a premium-feeling brushed aluminum edges, which is a very nice design touch.
Earpieces are these headphone’s strong suit, offering the most comfortable headphone experience we’ve had in quite a long time. They swivel to ensure the best-feeling fit for anyone who decides to wear them. Paired with the earpieces, the padding towards the top of the headphones is also quite comfortable, leaving the overall experience a great one.
These headphones offer a 430mAh battery inside to ensure a long wireless lifespan. VOXOA is quoting about 16 hours of continuous music playback with this size battery, and we’d say that’s pretty accurate. It also takes about 3 hours to charge them from 0-100%, which isn’t horrible for wireless headphones.
The 3.5mm headphone cable that’s included could be longer, only measuring about three feet. However, if you’re at a desk or something similar, the cord will be perfect for connecting to a laptop or the phone in your pocket. What are you doing connecting these headphones anyway? You should be connecting them wirelessly!
We’ve really enjoyed using these headphones for all types of listening needs. The bass and treble had a great mix the entire time we tested them. For $100, music quality should be the #1 priority, and that’s very apparent in these. Call quality was just okay, leaving the other party constantly thinking they were on speakerphone.
The earpieces did a great job with canceling out background noise, even though these aren’t officially considered “noise canceling”. If you aren’t the one wearing them, you can barely hear what the other person is listening to, which is a huge plus. Also, using the controls was really easy and felt completely natural in terms of button placement.
There is one difficulty that comes with using wireless headphones: switching devices. If I’m connected to a computer and want to switch to my phone, there is just no simple way to do that. First, Bluetooth needs to be turned off and the headphones need to be unpaired from the computer (at least in my experiences). Then you can begin pairing the headphones to another device. This problem certainly isn’t caused by these headphones or VOXOA, but it does need to be addressed eventually. This is the one area where you may want to use the headphone cable provided.
Should I buy?
Overall, these are a great pair of headphones. If you’re looking for a mid-to-high end pair of premium-feeling wireless headphones, you should absolutely consider these. With the sleek and comfortable design, great performance, and wireless capabilities, you’d be hard pressed to find a better deal for the money.
You can pick up the VOXOA HD Wireless Headphones from Amazon for $99.95 in black or white.
Let us know if you decide to choose these for your next headphones, and tell us your experiences!