Today we’ll review a TWS Haylou gt2 headphones.
We have a user manual, both earphones in a small box and extra rubber buds the rubber buds are cone shape. they feel nice and soft to touch.
the manual tells us everything we need to know about how to set them up right.
And here are the button functions it even tells us how to wear them.
The case itself looks nice but it doesn’t have a lid, unfortunately.
I personally prefer cases with lids for a bit of extra protection
it’s got a built-in USB cable for charging and it’s stuck in under here. So whenever we need to charge we can just pull the cable out and are we ready to charge.
Now when it’s done just put it back in its spot.
This eliminates the need of bringing in the extra cable so that’s nice!
Charging it from zero to full takes about 2 hours. The case battery capacity is 380mAh which provides about 11 hours extra charge.
It does not support quick charge so using a phone charger or any other quick charger is useless.
The buds themselves look simple but nice with a black matt finish.
There is a push-button on each of them the buttons.
They are not too hard but the earphones will go a bit into the ears when pushing them.
it’s not uncomfortable even though the earphones are a quite small weighing, only 3.7 grams each.
They also have lights to show us when they are charging.
On the front of the case is another light that’s only visible when the case is charging the one light on.
To pair them with the phone you need to take them out of the case and select Haylou R (right). After that, the left one will pair automatically.
When done we can see the earphones remaining battery on the phone.
The next time we take them out of the case they will reconnect automatically so all we need to do is take them out and wait a bit.
For controlling music, we can push the button once to play or pause. This works on both the left and right sides.
To go back click the left earbud twice or twice on the right one to go to the next song.
Clicking three times will open the Assistant.
The gt2 are very comfortable to wear and they are very light so they will see it very well in the ears and since they are so light they don’t pull out of the ears.
The microphone is okay but there is some background noise for the person on the other end it almost sounds like using a hands-free in a car.
Regarding delay or latency, it’s not very noticeable in videos but I wouldn’t use them for fast gaming sound quality.
Haylou gt2 are surprisingly good considering the price!
Thanks to the big driver unit (7.2mm) Vocals sound nice and clear even at higher volumes but can sometimes be a bit tinny in the mid-range.
It’s not something that bothered me at all but it’s worth mentioning the bass is good on punchy but it’s not going to be enough for the most bass hungry people 🙂
The volume also goes more than high enough for me 🙂
Today I decided to swap my Meizu EP51 headset in the gym to test can GT2 be useful for sport.
And I was really surprised! For an hour of my workout, I didn’t feel any uncomfortable wearing Haylou gt2. They didn’t slip from the ear thanks for the lightweight. I think I’ll keep them for my workouts!
Haylou gt2 headphones are actually quite good!
Overall a nice product from Haylou at a very affordable price.
Easy to carry and they are good for sport!
Last time I checked the gt2 was only it’s 20 EUR so it’s a bargain in my opinion
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