Since the end of last year, QCY has been offering a pair of in-ear Bluetooth headphones that work without a cable and also has a charging cradle for on the go.
The QCY T1 Pro “True Wireless Headphones” in our review is easy to plug in, pair with your smartphone, iPod, MacBook or other device and enjoy wireless audio.
How the Bluetooth headset QCY T1 Pro got in the test, I have summarized in the following.
QCY T1 Pro: Specifications
Before I come to the detailed test of wireless Bluetooth headphones QCY T1 Pro, I would first like to show you the data sheet.
This already gives a good impression of the in-ear plugs with fixed battery and charging cradle. These are the technical data:
|QCY T1 Pro:||Specs|
|Sensitivity:||93dB ± 3dB|
|Dimensions:||2.50 x 2.9 x 1.94 cm|
|Music Time:||20h (with case 18 hours)|
QCY T1 Pro: Unboxing and Desing
The headphones arrive in a packaging that used to be kept simple by the manufacturer, which mainly consists of cardboard.
Inside are the padded case with the headphones, a micro USB cable, various in-ear attachments, the user manual, and the warranty card.
Between the contacts of the headphones and the contacts of the charger is a plastic strip, which avoids the unwanted, permanent charging during storage and delivery.
Basically, everything is ready to go and can be put into operation right after unpacking.
The headphone build quality is good, there are no complaints.
The design of QCY T1 Pro in our analisis is made in a beautiful modern style with a good sitting in the ear.
Here you can find in two colors it is white and black.
In general, this is a good option for true wireless headphones with a beautiful design for their $ 30 in the price range.
QCY T1 Pro: Easy pairing
The pairing is super easy as with all modern BT devices. Activate the Bluetooth transmission on the iPhone, iPod, Mac, Android smartphone or another audio source, and then press and hold the button on the left earphone until its LED alternately turns red and blue.
If it is not paired automatically, you can simply select the headphones on the source device. If the pairing works, then there is a slow, blue pulsing from the LED in the headphones.
The same applies to the right-hand plug, which comes on by pressing the multifunction button for several seconds and synchronizing with the left one.
QCY T1 Pro: Audio quality
Then, of course, comes the most important part: the audio playback. Anyone who is really the audiophile and looking for the perfect sound is not in good hands with these headphones.
The bass is useful for the size and design of the headphones; the mids are wonderful, but high altitudes are reproduced a bit clattering for my taste.
For example, if you want to listen to rock with a lot of cymbals on the drums or electronically tapped music on these in-ears, you have to make do with some clanking – or try the equalizer and turn down the treble a bit.
QCY T1 Pro: Operation
The operation of QCY T1 Pro takes place on this model via the two multi-function buttons, one of which sits on the left and right headphones.
As a recommendation, I can give you on the way to use in use, especially the default playback program of the output device.
In general, I can only recommend adjusting the volume, track selection, pause, play, and co. On the source device anyway.
Not so much because the keys do not work well, but because they make the clicking sound in the ear loud through the in-ear architecture.
Also, you have to hold them against the bottom of the ear cup, so that the key can be neatly pressed. At least that was the case with my flexible eavesdroppers.
QCY T1 Pro: Fit and Use as sports headphones
The good fit of these headphones is, of course, dependent on the ear shape and the ear size.
They fit me well, and I rate my eavesdroppers as average. The design dispenses with the exception of the in-ear attachments on flexible or replaceable parts.
There are no straps in S, M or L, and no gel areas or spring-loaded parts on the housing.
Nevertheless, the QCY T1 Pro headphones in the test do not fall off the ears and do not press too much.
Of course, you have to get used to it, but later you do not realize that you have to clamp the devices in the earcups.
The stop I think is also sufficient for jogging – but who wants to realize sports with more head movements or even gymnastics with it, could reach the limits of the feasible.
For audiobook listening, while walking, listening to music at work or shopping, the QCY T1 Pro were ideal in the analisis. They also sit safely in the ears for running.
All in all, I would recommend them as everyday and sports headphones. If you also use them and have not lost in gymnastics.
QCY T1 Pro: Battery
As you could see from the specifications above, the QCY T1 Pro headphones have 40mAh.
You can also use the charger as a box, and then you can recharge 4-5 times. In boxing, there is 500mAh, which is enough for full day use.
One charge of headphones last about 3 hours, I conducted tests and as you can see below, the results in one test are 3 hours and 20 minutes, in the other test 3 hours and 10 minutes.
Charging through the box is about 1 hour, which is good if you pause while listening to audio books or exercising in the gym.
QCY T1 Pro: Conclusions and Reviews
Anyone who is older and no longer perceives highs anyway or who can handle the equalizer of the audio output will certainly be very happy with this headphone.
I do not find the high altitudes too disturbing, but they are already noticeable; For example, at Linkin Park or Good Charlotte, where heights are strongly reproduced in many output devices.
Otherwise, I would recommend her for “normal” rock, pop and other music.
If you still have questions about the devices or want to know something about other headphones mentioned here in the blog, then leave a comment there.
QCY T1 Pro: Price and Where to buy cheaper?
At Chinese stores, you can buy the wireless in-ear Bluetooth headphones currently for the really low price $31.99 with a discount of 17% OFF.
On the product page, you will find more customer reviews, customer questions, and answers as well as experience with the earplugs.