Review: Sound Intone P6 Stereo Bluetooth Headphones
The Sound Intone P6 Stereo Bluetooth Headphones is a feature-rich headset that not only works wirelessly, but can also work over a standard 3.5mm audio cable (included), or can play audio from a card in its TF card (microSD card) slot. I’m reviewing the Black Gold design, but there’s also Black, Black Blue, White Gold, and White Silver for the same price.
You get the headset itself, an operations manual in both English and Chinese, a braided (tangle resistant) 3.5mm male-to-male audio patch cable, and a standard microUSB charging cable. Once charged, you’ll get about six hours of normal usage or 30 hours of standby time for its phone-enabled features. The latter includes answering calls, hanging up calls, and redialing the last number dialed. Music playback features include Play/Pause, Fast Forward/Rewind, and Next Track/Last Track. Any functionality like that will vary by device and of course won’t work when using a wired connection.
The 3.5mm audio jack (AUX), built-in microphone, audio control features, and TF/microSD card slot are all located on the left earpiece of the headset. The band is fully adjustable, as well as foldable (for portability), and the ear pads/cushions are nice and soft. The ear pads are a little on the small side for my ears, going on top of my ears instead of over them, the latter of which being what I prefer. While I personally feel these would probably fit best on those with particularly small ears, like teenagers or children, this is a common style for adults, so don’t necessarily take my opinion of the fit as the be-all and end-all.
Audio quality over Bluetooth is impressively clear with nice bass. It can get really loud if you want with no noticeable loss of clarity. It’s actually quite impressive. Considering the feature-set, audio quality, and price, these headphones receive my highest recommendation.
Thanks to Sound Intone for the review unit.