At Play3r.net, we love our audio, so it is of no surprise that I have yet another headphones review for you today, this time, from a lesser known brand in the audio arena – LINDY. LINDY are most known for their audio/video and PC connectivity products; such as cables and adaptors. Recently, they’ve been taking a foray into the headphones market and have a number of both wired and wireless headphones available.
Today I’ll be taking a look at the LINDY BNX-60 wireless headphones with Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) – a premium level product aimed at those wanting to free themselves from cables, whilst still fully benefiting from the noise cancelling. Let’s take a quick look at the specs:
- 10m Wireless Range (depending on environment)
- 40mm high output drivers with neodymium magnets
- Impedance: 32Ohm passive mode / 100Ohm Active Noise Cancelling mode
- Sensitivity ([email protected] ±3dB): Passive 93dB ANC 103dB Bass 104dB
- Nominal THD: Passive <0.1%@ 1KHz / Active <0.5% @ 1KHz
- Frequency response: 20Hz – 20KHz
- Built-in 3.7V 320mA Lithium Polymer Battery
- Battery Life: 30Hr ANC Only, 15Hr Wireless Only, 12Hr ANC & Wireless
- Charges via USB Micro-B, approximately 3 hours to fully charge
- Integrated Audio (FF/RW, Play/Pause) & Handsfree Calling Controls
- Adjustable volume
- 3.5mm Stereo Jack Socket for detachable 3.5mm audio cable
Interestingly, these specs position it as a direct competitor for Bose’s Quiet Comfort range of headphones while at a much lower price of £89.99 – will they be similar?