Are the Raycon E25 waterproof?
The Raycon E25 is water and sweat resistant, but not waterproof, thanks to its IPX4 certification. The only thing you need to know is that these earphones are good for a fast run or workout, but they are not suitable for swimming.
Connection strength: Raycon Wireless Earbuds
With only a few self-resolving skips and glitches every now and then, the Raycon E25 rock Bluetooth 5.0 and keep a solid connection. The Raycon E25, like most other true wireless headphones, only supports SBC and AAC when it comes to Bluetooth codecs.
SBC is the default codec for all Bluetooth audio devices, but AAC compresses data in a different way. SBC and AAC are compatible on both iOS and Android devices, although our testing revealed that AAC does not always play as smoothly on Android.
How to connect to the Raycon E25?
All you have to do to connect to the Raycon E25 earbuds is open the case. When you open the lid, the earbuds turn on and start pairing mode automatically.
The little LED light on each earbud, which quickly changes between blue and red during in pairing mode, will notify you.
Battery life: Raycon Wireless Earbuds | The Everyday Raycon E25
Raycon says that the Raycon E25 true wireless earbuds will last six hours of continuous playback, however, we only got 5 hours and 44 minutes in our tests.
Every pair of headphones goes through the same objective test, which is to play music at a steady volume of 75 decibels until the headphones die.
While six hours (or slightly less) isn’t the greatest we’ve seen, it’s more than enough to get folks through a typical workout, if not a typical workday.
Unfortunately, there are two significant drawbacks. First, these only charge via microUSB, which is unsatisfactory given the product’s price and newness.
Second, the Raycon E25 true wireless earbuds are devoid of any type of quick charging capability. It takes an hour to fully charge the earphones in the case, and it normally takes 2-3 hours to fully charge the case.
How to know when they are charged: Raycon Wireless Earbuds E25
On the inside of the charging case, there is a small LED ring that indicates when the case is fully charged.
When charging the case, the lights will flicker red, then change to a solid red after it is fully charged. The earphones, on the other hand, are a little different because they have their own LEDs.
The earphones will remain solid red while charging and will change to blue once they are fully charged.
Wireless charging: The Everyday Raycon E25
Wireless charging is not supported by the Raycon E25 case. A micro USB charging cord is your only option for charging the case.
Noise cancellation: The Everyday Raycon E25
They do not have any active noise cancellation technology. The Raycon E25 earphones come with a built-in microphone for phone calls but no noise cancellation.
It would be incredibly difficult to fit all of the essential electronics into such a little pair of earbuds. Not to mention that getting noise cancellation right is a difficult task, and there are lots of firms with far more experience and money than Raycon that have yet to do it right.
The Everyday Raycon E25 Mic:
The earphones have a built-in microphone. While you won’t receive a fully neutral replication of your voice (as depicted by the dotted red line in the graph), it will suffice. Most individuals won’t have to bother about making phone calls with these.
It puts a special emphasis on notes in the 300-1000Hz range to make you sound louder to the person on the other end, and it also does a decent job of recreating sounds in the 100-300HZ band, capturing some of your lower notes.
A dramatic decline in reaction occurs below 100Hz, which is thought to counterbalance the proximity effect.
Performance: Raycon Wireless Earbuds
Big things do sometimes come in small packages! The E25 wireless earphones immerse you in rich, high-fidelity sound with a powerful and deep bass that let you feel all of the song for a real listening experience!
Note: Choose from one of the E25’s five various sized soft silicone gel tips for the best listening experience.