PTron Universal Headphone Review

  • Overall Rating

  • Performance

  • Features

  • Price

Price: ₹ 299

Key Specs

    10mm Speaker, 32om impedance, earhook, Microphone, 20-20000Hz frequency, 1.2m cable length, 3.5mm jack

Pros: Fits easily and comfortably, good grip

Cons: Looks cheap and has lower than average sound quality

Bottomline: Looking at the price, we can't expect a great product. It doesn't only come at a cheap price, also looks cheap and produces overall lower than average sound. Music lovers, stay away from it, but if you don't want to spend money and looking for a headphone to wear while exercising, walking or jogging etc. then it could be one of the choices.

Headphones offer convenience to talk with your friends and family while keeping your hands free as well as enjoy music, movies or games without disturbing others. I love to use an earphone to listening to the music, but with most of the earphones, I struggle with their grip. They can slip out of the ear while moving, PTron tried to solve the problem by adding adjustable hook with its universal headphone.

The ergonomic design help to fit it over the ear easily and it sticks to the position. You can walk or run without any worries. It comes with 3.5mm jack, meaning you can connect with any device supporting the same, and that’s why PTron is calling it universal headphone. It comes with mic enabling you to take calls, plus has a decent length of the cable.

In terms of build quality, the headphone is built with plastic with a glossy finish that looks cheap. The cable has the strength yet looks dull. The earbuds have rubber grip offering comfort while wearing.

Talking about audio quality, It was quite disappointing with the performance. We tested it on soundtracks with intense sub-bass content, such as DJ Magic Mike’s “Feel The Bass.” It wasn’t able to pump out the bass. With the low level of treble ranges, it was able to produce vocal perfectly.

On soundtracks such as Titanium by David Guetta which features dance club style beats, it produced average sound. Sia’s vocals were clearly audible in between and in piano numbers like Clair de Lune from Claude Debussy’s the XBoom Thunder produced hissing or buzzing sound.

In terms of noise cancellation, it did pretty well as well as mic performance was good. The person on the other end was able to get my voice clearly.

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