Jays a-Six Wireless Review
Swedish Audio Creator Jazz is known for his simple design philosophy, and today we have a recent budget offer, which is called A6 for review. This pair of earphones is the smallest in the world, but in one six still claims to have 12 hours of battery life and premium build.
The cost of a six rupee is 5,999, which means that it competes against the likes of the RHA MA3990 wireless earphones. Let’s see if it manages to fulfill its promise or not.
Jess A-Six Wireless Design and Leisure
Jess was not joking about being one of the earphones’s youngest pair. Cells are small in size, due to which they hold 6mm drivers instead of normal 9 mm size. Homes are made using aluminum in spite of the CNC process, and there are laser-cut holes on the rear, which serve as bass ports. Matt finish is something that we also like. We have the option of ‘Black On Gold’ but if you want you can choose ‘White on Silver’ or ‘Gray On Silver’.
This pair of earphones is designed around the neck, but in reality the neckband earphones do not rest on your neck. Earpieces are incredibly lightweight and flat cables seem durable. The battery is placed between two earpieces in a small plastic module, which is a problem. Its weight is not very high, but its appointment causes it to be pulled behind the ear and through its ears.
The right ear piece in the wire has an in-line remote, which has three buttons for playback, one MEMS microphone, micro-USB charging port and LED light. The plastic used here looks quite average and the finish is not very sophisticated. There is also a rubber flap that covers the micro-USB port.
Packaging for A-Six is quite simple. The device is safe in the foam mold, which also has four spare sets of ear tips and a small micro-USB cable in different sizes. We would have liked a bundle pouch or case because A-Six is easy to erase its small size.
A-Six uses Bluetooth 4.1 and its frequency range is 20 Hz-20,000 Hz. It only supports SBC streaming audio codec, which means there is no support for high-resolution AAC or APTX codecs. Earphones have no sweat-resistance rating, which is a feature that is usually found in the headphones in this price range.
Jazz A-Six wireless display and battery life
A-Six is extremely comfortable to wear because you hardly see earrings in your ears. We had some problems with the fit of silicon tips because even the largest size was not adequately adequate. Just rotating will gradually interfere with the seal, so the A-Six definitely is not suitable for outdoor activities like running or training. Jeze has ideally sent some wings to keep them safe. Apart from this, as we said earlier, the battery chamber goes to pull the ear pieces.
The remote control works well and after a while it is quite easy to understand which button you are touching and pressing. Since the play / pause button is doubled as a power button, the function has been moved to the volume up button for calling your phone’s voice assistant. By holding the Volume Down button you can check the battery level through the voice prompt. A double tap of the play button lets you move on to the next track, but oddly, there is no shortcut to go to the previous track.
When it comes to audio quality, one-six will surprise you with the warm and balanced sound in most musical genres. After getting a good seal with ear tips, earphones show a very good sound platform for the size of the drivers, and the separation of the equipment is handled very well in most of the time. We did not see any distortion in the highest volume, although we ideally preferred high upper volume limit. There is not much leakage, and microphone is decent for phone calls while walking.
In the complex rock track like Namb by Linkin Park, the drivers tried to fight a little with mid-range separation, but still managed to deliver crisp tone. Bass was quite present and was not feeling empowered at any time. In fact, it provides a six-controlled bass, which is easy to tell by Flow Rida with a track like Sean. High are well represented and do not get shrill or hole in high volume. However, it is difficult to enjoy it for a long time because when you move forward, there are no ear tips, which is a real shame.
Jeze claims that for six hours she can walk for six hours, but the reality was quite disappointing. Along with the volume of about 80 percent, we managed to average 2.5 to 2.5 hours of music playback. Of course, you can get a bit more on the level of low volume, but since the maximum amount is not actually very high, you will not have any choice other than cranking it often. When the battery is low, you will hear a voice prompt. When connected to a laptop, it takes two and a half hours to charge the earphones completely.
Jeze A-Six has a wonderful ambiguous design and provides warm, balanced sound with good help of bass. However, the designing neck looks basically flawed because the battery collides in the middle of the wire and loosen the strap on the ear’s tips. This would not be a big issue if ear tips were more secure, but the biggest size in our experience was not enough.