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Tronsmart Encore S6 Review: Useful ANC Headphones for Less Than 50 Euros?

Workmanship and Design

The headphones are made of plastic and metal. While the headband and auricles are made of plastic, the temple is reinforced with a metal splint and the auricles are also placed in metal suspensions. Thus the headphones already look relatively high-quality despite its price.

Unfortunately, however, the appearance is clouded by slight workmanship defects. So the screws inside the headband protrude a little. However, this does not attract negative attention when worn.

The headphone’s temples can be adjusted by up to 2.8 centimetres per side, making it possible to adapt to the wearer’s physical conditions. The bracket on one side was much smoother than the other side in the test, which meant that the headphones sometimes moved by themselves when worn in the hand.

On the positive side, the extendable part of the brackets is reinforced by a metal rail, which guarantees the stability of this sensitive part. The ear cups can be folded down to transport the headphones more easily. The ear pads are very well processed and extremely soft, which is very beneficial to the wearing comfort.

Sound

The sound of the Encore S6 headphones is initially noticeable as positive. Contrary to expectations, the bass is well pronounced and absolutely solid. This is not always the case even with high-priced over-ear headphones. When testing different styles of music, however, some weaknesses are noticed that spoil the good impression so far. Weaknesses in the high and mid tones are particularly noticeable in pop music and classical pieces. Fans of electronic music, on the other hand, experience an almost flawless sound.

Earcup of Tronsmart Encore S6
Earcup of Tronsmart Encore S6

Despite the weaknesses, the sound quality can be described as sufficient and solid overall. Although the Encore S6 from Tronsmart can’t offer a perfect experience, the sound is by no means catastrophic or otherwise unbearable. In its price range, the Chinese headphones offer a good quality. It can also keep up with some underpriced models.

Active Noise Cancelling

Tronsmart’s Encore S6 offers active noise cancelling. External noises that are perceived as disturbing noise when listening to music should not only be shielded, but actively “erased”. Even without ANC, the headphones damp quite well due to the good fit and thickness of its pads.

ANC can be activated by pressing the button on the left auricle. A clear improvement of the noise insulation is unfortunately not noticeable. Only a slight volume boost is audible. If you don’t play any music, you will hear a clear noise – you know this from other ANC headphones as well. Of course you can’t expect a perfect Active Noise Cancelling at this price. Nevertheless, the result is disappointing. Due to the good basic insulation of the headphones, they are nevertheless worth a recommendation even in louder environments.

Operation and Connections

The headphones are operated via six buttons, most of which are easily accessible on the right side. Only the ANC button can be found on the left side. The headset can be used via Bluetooth or AUX cable. In addition, there is a micro-USB connection for charging.

The buttons can be used to select between different songs, stop playback and start and end a call via the headset. Of course there are also switches for volume control.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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