JVC HA-A10T True Wireless Headphone Reviews

JVC HA-A10T True Wireless Headphone Reviews

The most well-known JVC brand for automotive and home audio products is used in India for several other product series, including televisions, headsets, and headsets. The company recently launched a new line of wired and wireless audio products in India, starting at Rs. From 799 to Rs. 9The new series includes the JVC HA-A10T, a truly affordable wireless headset.

LOL. With competition from Indian brands like 999, JVC HA-A10T, Boat, and Noise, it’s one of the most affordable wireless headsets you can buy from today’s top global brands. Does this true wireless headset have what it takes to compete in India’s most affordable area? Find out in our reviews.

The headset is lightweight and you get plenty of foam and silicone tips to choose from.

JVC HA-A10T design and features

We are used to seeing premium styles and materials used in wireless headphones in real-time at a higher price, but the budget segment generally sees a basic design that works. Therefore, JVC did a good job of making the HA-A10T headphones look good, despite price limitations; The headphones are completely plastic but compact and compact. They are not very large and light enough to hold earplugs at the tip of the ear.

JVC HA-A10T True Wireless Headphone Reviews

Pressing a button takes a bit of energy – and usually a three-finger grip on the headset – and having touch controls is not so easy. However, the button works well and the effort required means that we have a tendency to accidentally hit it or trigger the wrong function. The small dim light on each headset shows that they are charged and their connection status. Bluetooth to connect headset 5 and only supports Bluetooth codecs from SBC.

Unlike most real wireless headphones, the JVC HA-A10T has only one microphone on the left headset. It is also an active headset that connects to the source device, the right headset is connected to the left ear. For this reason, you can only use the left headset for music or voice calls.

This headset is rated IPX5 for water resistance and can safely handle sweat or a few drops of water.

The package includes five earplugs – three are made of silicone and the other two are made of foam. In general, we love foam ear tips for a safer installation and better noise insulation, but many people prefer less ‘sticky’ silicone. Therefore, the foam tips on the JVC HA-A10T provide us with a very tight sound insulation tool that greatly improves the quality and comfort of the sound.

The case fits the color of the headphones for all variants and works the same way. There are four battery indicator lights on the front, a Micro USB port on the back for charging and remains magnetically closed when the lid is closed. The case is slightly larger and without packaging than what we normally see in this segment.

The real wireless headset on the JVC HA-A10T lasts up to four hours on the headphones battery and, in this case, another ten hours (two and a half headphones overloading) for 14 hours for each charging cycle. We can match this claim; it is not good for this segment, but it is good enough.

Packing the big load is not easy

JVC HA-A10T performance

Most of the real wireless headphones that we can search for may have the right shape and functionality, but generally, they don’t offer the same sound quality as the intermediate or premium offerings. HA-A10T looks great; This price is much better than others, even some cost options.

We use the OnePlus 7T Pro (Review) headphones to listen to music, watch videos and make weekly calls on our high resolution streaming and audio collection service. The JVC HA-A10T headset supports only SBC Bluetooth codecs, but this does not preserve sound quality.

JVC HA-A10T True Wireless Headphone Reviews

Starting with The Who, by Father O’Riley, the quality presented here is clearly visible. From the beginning, the sound was clear, clear, detailed, and very interesting, as Roger Daltrey’s drums and vocals started to gain more characters and direction. The distinction between instruments is striking on the JVC HA-A10T, each of which has a clear and different feel from classic rock. The soundtrack is also great, the headphones work hard to give each element a strong sense of direction.

Moving from different genres to other classics, we hear Fatboy Slim’s Right Here Right once again, highlighting the level of detail and depth that the JVC HA-A10T can achieve. Some of the pallet’s weaknesses, including crunchy and heavy hooks.

The HA-A10T sonic signature is very neutral, providing ample relief for the mid and high ranges, while maintaining the aggressive and strong bass that many listeners love. This can be heard over 9000 miles from Pendulum, one of our favorite high-resolution test trails. This aggressive drum and bass range allows the bottom to advance without exceeding other frequencies in the range. The result is an aggressive, clear and mobile sound, while providing the most detailed view of this piece, we listen with any real wireless headset priced under Rs. 10,000.

In Netsky’s love is Gitti, we hear the real weakness in our voice that we have loved over the years. With such a dense piece, the headphones are very fast and cannot follow different elements. This is where we miss the presence of better Bluetooth codecs, but the real wireless headphones from JVC HA-A10T still do an amazing job with the busiest parts, despite technical limitations.

The JVC HA-A10T can handle voice calls, but it is far from that. The voice in the voice call is very smooth and the presence of a microphone means that we must be in the quietest environment for the caller to hear. At home and in the office, this is not a problem, but outside the home, it is difficult to hear or hear through headphones.

Each headset has a physical button for control

Decision

Despite its limitations, the JVC HA-A10T is a pair of real wireless headphones for Rs. 3This is the best pair of headphones and option we’ve heard at that price in the long run, twice the price of embarrassment. We certainly recommend this headset for anyone looking for a really affordable pair of headphones, thanks to the detailed sound and customizable sound signatures.

The headphones do not present problems as expected from an accessible headset. Micro USB charging, the inability to track the densest bands, and poor performance on voice calls mean that the JVC HA-A10T is not perfect at this price. However, if sound quality and comfort are your most important criteria, today there is nothing better than a JVC HA-A10T for that price.

Price: $59.95

Pros

  • Detailed sound, excellent sound stage
  • Adaptive and neutral audio subscriptions
  • Light, comfortable
  • Foam ear tips included in the box
  • IPX5 water resistance

Cons

  • Micro USB charging
  • Sound loses its edge with fast-tracking
  • Bad for voice calls

Rating (5 over)

  • Design / comfort: 4
  • Sound quality: 3.5
  • Battery life: 3.5
  • Monetary value: 4.5
  • Total: 3.5

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