Airpod Max Review
Verdict : 4/5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐
They're huge and costly, yet Apple's AirPods Max over-ear earphones intrigue with their sound quality and similar additional highlights found in the AirPods Pro.
METAL TYPE HEADPHONE
The important thing you notice when you open the container is that their assemble quality resembles nothing that is out there in the $300 to $400 territory. There might be some which are close enough such as The Bowers and Wilkins PX7 (down to $340 from its rundown cost of $400) is sturdily worked with an eye-getting plan.
The one thing individuals may disapprove of is the heaviness of the AirPods Max. These are certainly hefty earphones, weighing 385 grams (13.6 ounces). By correlation, the Sony WH-1000XM4 weigh 254 grams, while the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 weigh 249 grams. That's a huge difference right there.
For a heavy headphones they're shockingly confortable. Their almost gel-like memory-foam earpads also stand out. They adhere magnetically to cover Apple's 40mm custom drivers and have a fabric covering, which makes them more breathable than your typical leather or faux leather earpads like those found on the Sony WH-1000XM4.
The AirPods Max do sound great, similar to top of the line earphones, with tight bass, regular mids, fresh highs and a wide soundstage for a shut back earphone. Apple has EQ settings (under Music in Settings) - for Apple Music at any rate - and you can make some slight customizations to the sound profile.
Apple's aim with the AirPods Max is to present a "top of the line" sound insight or if nothing else an estimate of one. Bluetooth streaming has improved and better throughout the long term and commotion dropping doesn't affect the sound close to as much as it once did. In any case, to get the most exact, unadulterated sound, which is the thing that top of the line headphones are generally eventually about, wired earphones combined with an appropriately enhanced source that plays lossless sound will get you to the genuine guaranteed land.
The AirPods Max's noise cancelling is ostensibly the best as they claimed, somewhat beating the clamor dropping on both Sony's WH-1000XM4 and Bose's Noise Cancelling Headphones 700. These are exceptionally inconspicuous contrasts, and most of time individuals aren't lounging around with commotion dropping on without tuning in to anything.
Apple certainly has priced them for high end consumers or professionals just like how they did to their Apple TV. Given the price at $549, you can certainly find similar alternatives which are closely comparable like the Sony 1000XM4 which cost less than $350.
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