There is a large number of people that detest having anything in their ears. If this is you, you know it can be difficult to find a high-quality, comfortable substitute. True Open-Ear Earbuds (Oladance Wearable Stereo) are a novel idea since they provide high-quality sound without leaving your ears feeling plugged up.
Recently, I had the opportunity to test out the Oladance Wearable Stereo headphones. In this review, I will discuss what you get with them, how they sound, and whether they would be a good choice for you.
Such headphones have never been tried by you. The Oladance Wearable headphones, as the children say, hit differently. Not these, earphones. A portable stereo like this one.
This phrase describes how these headphones convey music to your head accurately. Oladance Wearable Stereo earphones sound like they are in your ear, in contrast to other open earbuds (earbuds that don’t actually go in your ear). It is strange.
Over the past several weeks, I have had the opportunity to test out these open-ear earbuds, and I must say that I’m really impressed. They might not be everyone’s best choice, though. Do they merit purchase? Let’s begin straight away.
On your Head Stereo
Oladance headphones are similar to traditional over-the-ear headphones but without sweat. These resting on your ears scarcely register in your body.
The sound is so close to your ears that there is a slight separation. This gives the impression that you are in a space with a superior surround sound system.
Since there is space between the speakers and your ear holes, you can hear what’s going on outside, which makes these headphones ideal for activities like cycling when I couldn’t wear earbuds.
Or, speaking as a 13-year-old, it is ideal for them to hear me requesting that they perform chores rather than ignoring me because they are wearing headphones.
These would be preferable to external speakers because they rest on the ear rather than inside it. The bass, the mids, and the highs are all present and only a few millimeters away.
Are they Waterproof?
With an IPX4 rating, these headphones are both sweat- and water-resistant, and they offer a battery life of up to 16 hours on a single charge. Recharging takes between 90 and 2 hours.
Oladance Wearable Stereo are unlike any other open earbud I have tested in terms of fit, feel and comfort…
Oladance Wearable Stereo are extremely flexible and have a soft silicone side that helps maintain them in place, unlike some other versions (Bose Sport Open, to be honest) which are rigid and have rough edges and are therefore really painful.
There are no sharp edges to irritate delicate skin because everything is rounded and gentle. These outperform Bose in terms of fit and comfort alone.
The ability to listen to music, podcasts, and other sounds without entirely isolating yourself from the outside world is another key benefit of open earbuds.
Open earbuds are ideal for running, commuting, keeping an eye on youngsters, or for a boarding announcement because they allow you to hear sounds around you.
They also feel very safe because they are relatively light, the weight they do carry is evenly distributed, and the flexible arm holds them in place.
Pioneering Technology of Oladance Wearable Stereo
Oladance claims to have originated the idea for OWS (open wearable stereo). Although I can’t confirm it, the language on its website was probably required to meet legal requirements, so we’ll take it at its value.
OWS alters the way we listen to music through our ears. We get an open musical experience rather than having stuff shoved in our ears.
Oladance has been able to develop many sound points and dynamic monitoring because of advancements in chip technology and algorithms. This has been computed to create artificial sounds.
Frequencies of sound that the human ear cannot distinguish are transferred to bands that it can. This helps with open earphones’ poor sound quality. Avoiding jamming all frequencies at once at various intensities also prolongs the lifespan of the hearing.
Along the way, it makes a ton of different technical adjustments to the phase connection between the artificial sound sources. There is some copy here that seems really intelligent. Oladance focuses on fusing design with utility and sound, and this is the key idea.
Sound Quality of Oladance Wearable Stereo
With nothing in the way of the ear, the Open Ear design truly gives the impression that sound is coming from all directions, making for an unusual yet delightful listening experience.
Turning the volume up will still allow you to block out other noises because the sound is being directed directly into your ear.
Otherwise, it’s a cool effect to be able to hear your music well while still being able to listen to the doorbell or the phone. It somewhat gives the impression that you are seated in the center of a surround sound system. It was extremely good, too!
Everything is Gravy
There aren’t many open-ear headphones that sound better than these ones. The Oladance Wearable Stereo headphones offer an experience thanks to their 16 hours of battery life, waterproof design, and Bluetooth 5.2 protocol.
This is a ground-breaking method of getting music into your thoughts without disengaging from the outside world.
You can put earbuds in, sure, but you’ll hear the earbuds more than the music. In this place, the music is so strong that you forget you have anything in your ears.
There are other open earbuds available, but none of them appear to have paid much attention to the design. The Sony Linkbuds, for instance, are enormously silly items. The ARC headphones from Cleer Audio rest high on your ear.
The TW116 open-ear headphones from Avantree are comparable in terms of specs. These, though, don’t seem to be as well built. A similar applies to these from Conduction Labs.
Final Words on Oladance Wearable Stereo
In conclusion, the sound quality genuinely surprises me! I wasn’t prepared for the sound’s depth and excellent balance, and the bass is exquisitely full.