Friday, April 1st 2022

Ugreen Launches New HiTune X6 ANC Earbuds

Ugreen, a global leader in electronic accessories, is announcing the release of the HiTune X6 ANC earbuds. The X6 aims to bring high-quality listening to everyone. Ugreen's goal for HiTune earbuds is to provide a high-quality listening experience at a price that the average person can afford. The HiTune Acoustics Lab has been hard at work striving toward this goal. The HiTune team's unique SuperBass tuning system provides deep bass for popular music while maintaining the mids and high tones for other music genres and podcasts.

The X6s feature 10 mm Diamond-Like Carbon drivers, which are harder and more durable than traditional metal drivers. The X6 buds are the first pair of HiTune earbuds that feature hybrid noise cancellation. The Acoustics Lab team built the system from the ground up. The ANC in the X6 earbuds can reduce up to 35 dB of ambient sound. Additionally, HiTune X6 earbuds feature Bluetooth 5.1. They have 7 hours of battery life and gaming mode which enables 50-millisecond low latency audio. The X6 earbuds are currently available in the US with a recommended retail price of $49.99.
Source: Ugreen
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8 Comments on Ugreen Launches New HiTune X6 ANC Earbuds

#1
FreedomEclipse
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@VSG

Its review time!



Interested if the dudes who make HDMi, DP and USB cables are any good at making headphones. Or if they are like the local off brand fried chicken shops around here that also do pizza, fish'n'chips & kebabs.. Either they are good at one thing or just mediocre at everything. :laugh:
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VSG
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FreedomEclipse@VSG

Its review time!



Interested if the dudes who make HDMi, DP and USB cables are any good at making headphones. Or if they are like the local off brand fried chicken shops around here that also do pizza, fish'n'chips & kebabs.. Either they are good at one thing or just mediocre at everything. :laugh:
I have no contact with this company though :(
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FreedomEclipse
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VSGI have no contact with this company though :(
Just drop them a random message into their Customer Service email and see if they are willing to entertain you :laugh:
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VSG
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FreedomEclipseJust drop them a random message into their Customer Service email and see if they are willing to entertain you :laugh:
Might as well try!
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#5
Chaitanya
I have used their USB card readers and hubs, pretty decent products for the money(thought they were random crap on Amazon but was pleasantly surprised). Would really like to read review of their headsets which seems quite a departure from their usual product segment.
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Yttersta
I've got a few of their products, not a single of them has been a disappointing purchase. Great electronics screw driver set, high speed SD card reader, and all my network cables at home are ugreen. But a pair of headphones, particularly wireless because of the complexity involving all of radio/dac/amp/battery/driver in a very small package is a real show-off if they've done it right. I look forward to your review @VSG if you can pull a sample off! :-D
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VSG
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YtterstaI've got a few of their products, not a single of them has been a disappointing purchase. Great electronics screw driver set, high speed SD card reader, and all my network cables at home are ugreen. But a pair of headphones, particularly wireless because of the complexity involving all of radio/dac/amp/battery/driver in a very small package is a real show-off if they've done it right. I look forward to your review @VSG if you can pull a sample off! :-D
FYI it looks like Ugreen has had other TWS earphones out already, many of which I recognize as a random OEM part: www.ugreen.com/collections/earphones

I did contact them, but it's not like this is the brand's debut into audio.
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#8
watzupken
This is definitely worth reviewing in my own testing. This pair of wireless earphones really beats the significantly more expensive Jabra Elite85 in terms of sound quality from my subjective listening test. Bass wise, it packs a punch despite the size, all without overpowering the mid and highs. The shortfall as compared to the Jabra Elite85 is the lack of wireless charging, which I think is nice to have but not a deal breaker. I’ve yet to test the mic and the effectiveness of the ANC.
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