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Treblab XR800 Review – A (2019) Treblab’s Must Read Before Buying

We can all agree that the benefits of wireless over wired are pretty clear. Without wires, nothing can get tangled up, right? The same can be said for headphones, and that’s where Treblab’s XR800 come into play.

The XR800 headphones were created both for sound enthusiasts and athletes. With a minimalistic design, quality build, and comfortable ear hooks, this model is certainly interesting. As such, it caught our attention, and that’s why we’re here to bring you our official and in-depth Treblab XR800 review.

As with all reviews, we will talk about all the important features a quality set of headphones must have, and which features you should look for when getting a new pair. Of course, we won’t forget to list the specifications later on.

At first glance, the XR800 headphones look very similar to Treblab’s previous model, the XR500. However, the similarities end the first moment that you compare them, as the XR800 are much more robust. But what else do these headphones have to offer?

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First Impressions — What Makes XR800 So Special?

TREBLAB XR800 REVIEWIt took us a while to go over all the features that Treblab XR800 have to offer. However, one thing definitely stands out, compared not only to other brands of headphones but also to the predecessors of this model.

Namely, those of you who love to wear headphones often and for long periods of time know that after a while, this kind of design can get uncomfortable. However, the most prominent feature of Treblab XR800 is that the pain doesn’t rear its ugly head. You can easily wear these headphones for hours at a time, without feeling like your ears might fall off.

Although some people don’t like the wireless design, we have to say that it’s one of the major selling points of the model — at least for us. Another thing we’ve noticed is that most people don’t know what makes wireless headphones good or bad. Therefore, here’s a quick run-down.

How to Choose the Best Wireless Headphones

When looking for headphones like the XR800, here’s what you should pay attention to:

Treblab xr800’s Form and Size

Here’s the thing — not every pair of headphones is the right fit for everyone. That’s why we have to try them out before committing to a purchase.

Treblab XR800 headphones are somewhat larger than other in-ear models. Most people prefer the in-ear option for every activity, as on-ear and over-ear models can be quite heavy on the entire ear structure. However, we personally like this form of headphones because they allow us to enjoy the benefits of small models without having to fish for them in our bag or pocket.

XR800 Design

treblab xr800 buying guideThe design is an important feature we have to consider while choosing headphones. But we’re not just talking about how fancy they look. Although that might be an important feature to some, design-wise, you should look for durability, quality, and sturdiness.

Remember — headphones are something that we use on a daily basis. What’s more, we often neglect to store them properly, so it’s essential to pick a pair that can withhold some rough handling.

Sure, we all treat our new items with extra care, but after a month or so, we’ll probably toss our headphones into our bags without caring how they land. Therefore, it’s important to pick a pair that will work just as well after that kind of treatment.

XR800 Treblab Sound Quality

Sound quality is the most important feature to pay attention to. In fact, sound enthusiasts will be the first to tell you that there’s a great difference between headphones when it comes to sound quality.

The rule of thumb is that wired headphones will always offer better sound than their wireless counterparts. However, technology is constantly improving, and wireless headphones are the future. Therefore, you shouldn’t dismiss them that easily.

That being said, always test for sound quality. What’s more, always test it with the type of music you like to listen to. Pop and rock do not sound the same, nor do they have the same equalizer specifications. The most important thing is to check how your preferred style sounds.

Now let’s see how well XR800 ranks for all these features.

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The Advantages and Benefits of XR800

Treblab XR800 Ergonomic and Robust Design

TreblabThe XR800 headphones are designed to fit our ears securely and comfortably so that we can even wear them during high-intensity workouts or while running. Also, in contrast to previous Treblab models, the XR800 headphones have a much more premium feel, especially when we consider the ear hooks.

Treblab’s Durable Battery

With an estimated battery life of 9 hours, the XR800 are among the more long-lasting headphones on the market. A long battery life combined with their sports-oriented design ensures a reliable source of entertainment while we’re working out or playing sports.

Treblab xr800’s Sound Quality

Compared to previous Treblab models, there isn’t much improvement in terms of sound quality. However, the sound is still top-notch, as you’ll have the opportunity to read a bit later in our XR800 review.

Other features include a built-in microphone with CVC 6.0 noise reduction for good voice quality.

XR800 Treblab – Good Bluetooth Range

Even though a 10-meter range isn’t that spectacular, it’s good enough. Some Bluetooth headphones have up to 15 meters of range, but that really isn’t necessary for a pair of headphones. With Bluetooth 4.1, we get a strong signal, without distortion or lag.

Key Features:

XR800 Build Quality

The ear hooks were the first thing we noticed about these headphones. They are a major improvement over the previous model, both in shape and hardness.

Wireless headphones have to be hard and provide a proper fit. However, the previous model had really floppy and soft ear hooks, and that almost completely made them useless. Seeing how ear hooks are supposed to prevent the headphones from falling off our ears while we’re working out, this is a great improvement.

The second thing we noticed, and it’s a common feature of Treblab’s headphones, is the “wired” connection between the two earpieces. Even though some people might consider wires on Bluetooth headphones unnecessary, the wired connection actually comes in handy.

Namely, you don’t have to install wireless receivers in both earpieces, which, in turn, results in a smaller size and a lower price. Furthermore, the cable prevents the headphones from falling off our head. It goes behind the neck, and we can barely notice it or feel it.

These features testify to the true purpose of the XR800 — sports.

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Are the XR800 Headphones Durable?

a fitness women who wears her earbudsYes, as they aren’t just a regular pair of Bluetooth headphones; they’re meant for sports. They are designed to be completely water-resistant, sweat-proof, ergonomic, and robust, and they come with an IPX7 certificate to prove it.

However, even though the headphones are water-resistant, we don’t recommend swimming with them for obvious reasons. The IPX7 certificate implies that the headphones can last up to 30 minutes in water, but we don’t really need to test that. What’s important is that we won’t have to worry about getting caught in the rain or getting splashed.

As we’ve already mentioned at the beginning, these headphones feel very robust. They’re not just water-resistant; they’re human-resistant to some extent. The high-quality materials the manufacturer used really make them shine compared to previous models, which were flimsy and soft. There’s an overall richer feel to them, which, compared to their low price, really makes them feel premium.

What About the Battery Life?

While researching these headphones, we found a few different claims. The packaging states the headphones have 9 hours of battery life, but some websites say 8, or even 7. This doesn’t mean anything in particular. Those numbers are just estimates, as we know that the battery life depends on a few factors.

The first factor would be the ambient temperature. If we’re out on a mountain, skiing or snowboarding, we might experience a shorter battery life. Low temperatures have a severe impact on the battery, so we have to make sure not to leave the headphones out when we’re not using them.

Other factors that impact battery life would be the distance from the transmitting device and the volume at which we’re listening to our music. It makes perfect sense that higher volumes lead to higher energy consumption.

However, even 8 hours of battery life are great, especially if we take into account the fact that no one listens to music for 8 hours straight. And even if we manage to empty the battery, charging the headset is easy. All we need to do is connect it to a power source with a USB cable, which is included in the original package, and charge for around 2 hours.

What Bluetooth Range Can We Expect From the XR800?

a man who wears a treblab xr800Just like the previous models, Treblab XR800 uses Bluetooth 4.1 with an enhanced data rate. The reason for such a choice is obvious — we don’t want to have laggy and distorted music.

Furthermore, even though some sources claim that the XR800 has a 38-feet range, Treblab lists a much more reasonable number of 33 feet or 10 meters. Of course, we could probably get a signal beyond that range, but there is no logical reason to be so far away from our phone while we’re listening to music when we’re, for example, running.

Finally, the Bluetooth chip is compatible with any and all devices, which makes these headphones very versatile. All we have to do is turn our phone’s Bluetooth on, and the headset will instantly pair up with it.

Now that we’ve covered the basics regarding the XR800 headphones, it’s time to talk about what matters the most: sound quality.

XR800 Sound Quality

When it comes to sound quality, the XR800 headphones don’t disappoint. But, believe it or not, these use the same sound system as XR500. So, this part of the review will reflect on the sound quality of both models.

The first thing we have to take a look at are the rubber earbuds. This is the most important feature of all higher quality headphones. Rubber earbuds allow for great comfort, which is something that fully plastic headphones just can’t match. I personally can’t even wear any fully plastic headphones because my ears start hurting instantly.

Still, comfort isn’t the only benefit — we also get great noise reduction. Rubber doesn’t only serve as a great insulator; it provides an air-tight fit too. As a result, we basically “isolate” ourselves from outside noise.

As for the frequencies, the XR800 headphones have a 20Hz–20kHz range, which is the same as the frequency range that we hope to hear. There just aren’t that many headphones that cover the full human frequency range out there.

Furthermore, with 10mm drivers, both the mid-range and bass sounds are clean and fresh. However, we can say the same for the XR500, so this isn’t much of an improvement.

The bottom line is — the sound is great. It’s what we normally expect from Treblab, and we can’t complain when we take a look at how competitive the headphones are compared to other famous brands. The sound these headphones produce is immersive and a great addition to any workout.

What About the Microphone?

A good microphone is an important requirement for any high-end headphones, especially for the ones we use while working out or running. It just doesn’t feel natural to hold a phone in front of our mouth during workouts, does it?

That’s why the XR800 headphones have a built-in microphone that comes with CVC 6.0 noise cancelation algorithms for a clear voice.

However, this form of noise cancelation won’t be noticeable to us. That’s because the CVC algorithms apply to the audio signal coming from our microphone, canceling out any outside noise we might encounter in a gym or on the street. In general, it’s a great addition and serves to further improve the overall quality of the XR800 headphones.

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Technical Specifications

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What Comes In the Package?

On Treblab’s website, you’ll find everything you need to know about the XR800, as well as the specifications. However, we’ll narrow it down for you.

The package obviously includes the XR800 headphones, a USB cable for charging, a user manual, and a carrying case. Furthermore, inside the case, we’ll find not only the XR800 headphones but also three different sizes of silicone earplugs and expandable foam earplugs.

The foam earplugs aren’t very durable, so we aren’t too fond of them. Nevertheless, it’s great that these were included, as that makes choosing the right fit a lot easier.

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Treblab XR800 Review — Our Final Verdict

After taking an in-depth look at the XR800, we can’t help but agree that Treblab knows what they’re doing. The XR800 are certainly a great upgrade to the XR500, especially in regard to the build quality. The ear hooks on the XR800 are firm, have an ergonomic shape, and just hold onto the ears quite well. In addition, the rubber earbuds serve as a great noise insulator, and the overall sound quality is quite satisfactory.

Even though the sound quality is the same as with the XR500, we can’t say it’s bad. Treblab knows how to optimize for audio quality, so the XR800 offer solid sound quality, both for bass and mid-range frequencies.

In regard to the built-in microphone, the CVC noise reduction significantly improves the audio quality of our voice. This makes XR800 a good fit for any purpose. However, they’re probably a better choice for those who like listening to music while running or working out. In essence, the XR800 headphones are pretty, modern, and a great option for any athlete.

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