Priced at a higher price than its brother, of course, sophisticated friends can expect this device to be able to provide audio quality that is more pleasing to the ear.
Curious how my experience while trying OPPO Enco Air2 Pro? Come on, just take a look at the review below!
Super comfortable stem design
Just like the Enco Buds2, OPPO is back with a stemmed design complete with silicone eartips that are comfortable to wear. The housing is a bit large, but not too much so it’s still ideal for those of you who have small ear cavities.
The OPPO Enco Air2 Pro is a lightweight TWS. It only weighs 4.3 grams for each earbud. I always use this TWS everyday while working. As far as testing goes, there’s no annoying feeling of pressure in the ears and it’s very comfortable for hours on end.
I also had time to try using the Enco Air2 Pro for jogging in the morning. Even though I move quite actively, this TWS is still safe in the ear alias does not come off easily. There is also an IP54 certification which means it is splash resistant, so you don’t have to worry about sweating.
Apart from the things above, not much can be said about the earbud design of the Enco Air2 Pro. What is quite interesting is the casing. If advanced friends still remember the old generation OPPO Enco Air that launched last year, of course you will be familiar with the Refractive Bubble design on the casing. OPPO has again put forward the casing cover with a unique transparent touch, although this time it is not completely transparent.
On the front of the case there is an LED indicator. While at the bottom there is a USB-C port for charging. What I like is that each earbud has the words L and R which are large enough to make it easier to put them back in the case.
In terms of color, just like the Enco Buds2, I got a white review unit again. So far, only white is available on the market.
Support ANC and Transparency mode
With a higher price, it is natural that the OPPO Enco Air2 Pro is equipped with the Active Noise Cancellation feature. In my opinion, the noise-canceling ability is quite good. Low frequency sound can be blocked, and high frequency sound is still slightly audible. Thanks to ANC, I also had the opportunity to experience a new meditation in the crowd of Plaza Indonesia, with the help of the Enco Air2 Pro plus the O-Relax feature of the OPPO phone.
If advanced friends are outside, I recommend turning on Transparency mode so that you can still hear sounds from the surrounding environment. This mode is suitable for use, for example when you are walking on the sidewalk or exercising, so you can know when a motorbike is passing by.
For communication needs, this TWS is equipped with two microphones with AI Noise Cancellation algorithm so that sophisticated friends can hear and be heard clearly, including when making calls in crowded places.
The Enco Air2 Pro also has In-Ear Detection, a feature not yet available on the Enco Buds2. As the name implies, this feature will intelligently pause (pause) music when it is removed from the ear, and will play it again when the earbuds are back in the ear.
The process of pairing with a smartphone is also very easy, especially if advanced friends use OPPO phones, for example the Reno8 Series. Through the Flash Connect feature, just open the case and the OPPO smartphone will immediately detect the Enco Air2 Pro and connect it automatically.
OPPO also embeds the Dual Device Fast Switching feature, so advanced friends can connect it to two devices simultaneously, then switch between devices instantly by simply touching and holding the earbuds.
For its price class, you could say OPPO Enco Air2 Pro is one of the TWS with the best audio quality. Armed with the Titanized 12.4mm large diaphragm driver which has an 89 percent larger vibration area than the 9mm driver on most TWS, the bass is presented sounds deeper and the sound range is wider.
Vocal position is in front, not heard behind alias drowned. The sound stage is much better than the Enco Buds2 . The separation between sound frequencies is clearer, not overlapping. The high is clear but not ear-piercing.
I tried listening to Wilderness from Explosions In The Sky . According to my hearing, each instrument in the low, mid, or high frequencies sounded quite balanced. The sound stage also sounds quite majestic in this song.
I also tried listening to DARKSIDE ‘s Paper Trails to test how the OPPO Enco Buds2 handles bass. Even though it has a kicking bass quality, for me it’s not good if the details of the low frequencies can’t be heard clearly or the boom is more dominant.
It turns out that TWS can still present the bassline and low vocals of this song with good articulation. The low details are okay. The next track, Los Angeles from The Midnight , was no problem at all. The vocals sound clear, soft, the mid detail is good, and the kick and snare beats just right.
For rock songs, I chose IL SOGNO from Isyana Sarasvati feat. DeadSquad . I can quite enjoy this song using the Enco Air2 Pro, although in some parts it sometimes feels less balanced.
Long battery life
The Enco Air2 Pro has a 43 mAh battery in each earbud, and a 440 mAh battery in the case. Battery life is approximately 5 hours if ANC is on, or up to 7 hours without ANC. If you add a battery from the casing, the total duration of use can be up to 28 hours (without ANC). Charging takes about 120 minutes.
TWS for music and communication
In conclusion, the OPPO Enco Air2 Pro is able to provide quality that is quite in line with my expectations. The audio quality is great for listening to various genres of music, there is ANC and transparent mode, and it’s fun to use for communication, such as video calls or zoom meetings. For those who like to play games, this TWS also has a game mode so that the latency is low.
For those who are interested, the Enco Air2 Pro is sold at a price of £69 Pounds. Purchases can be made through the OPPO Store or other OPPO retail stores.
Pros of OPPO Enco Air2 Pro:
- Attractive case design
- Lightweight and comfortable to wear for hours
- The audio quality is quite satisfactory
- Already supported ANC and Transparency mode
- Full-featured, including in-ear detection and touch control
- Clear communication and minimal noise
- Long battery life
- The sales package includes a USB-C cable and extra eartips
- Rating IP54
Disadvantages of OPPO Enco Air2 Pro:
- The price is more expensive than the previous Enco Air
- It would be more interesting if other color options were available, not just white
OPPO Enco Air2 Pro is suitable for:
- Music fans: Those of you who like to listen to various genres of music and must include Enco Air2 Pro in your shopping list.
- Netflix/drama fans: With low latency and stable connections, this TWS is ideal for watching your favorite movies or series.
- Gamer: Gaming mode allows playing games without annoying delays between video and audio
- Employees: Communication via voice calls or when online meetings sound clear and with minimal noise. Suitable for those who often work from anywhere, for example in a cafe.
|Specification||OPPO Enco Air2 Pro|
|Heavy||4.3 grams (each earbud), 41 grams (case)|
|Case dimensions||66,84 x 51,45 x 25,04 mm|
|Feature||Active Noise Cancellation, AI Noise Cancellation, Transparency|
|Resolution: 240 x 280||240 x 280|
|Battery||5 hours (ANC on), 7 hours (without ANC), up to 28 hours plus battery case|
|Charging time||120 minutes (earbuds + charging case|
|Price||£69 Pounds Cekout|