Today I’ll be reviewing the UCOMX U6H Pro Earphones. A wireless set of TWS in-ear earbuds. There’re literally thousands of different TWS (True Wireless Stereo) earphones for sale on Amazon. I’ve reviewed a few of them. This is another example of a brand that has quickly came along and offered an audio product for sale.
They’re on the budget end, but as like most budget end audio products they promise a lot, whether they can deliver these promises is another thing.
These UCOMX U6H Pro Earphones promise 6 hours of continuous use, to be lightweight (4G each earbud), and above all UCOMX promise to sound exceptional.
Do they promise too much? Are they any good? Time to test them out!
Packaging and Contents.
The UCOMX U6H Pro Earphones come packaged in a White/Green cardboard. The box measures 16.5cm x 11.0cm x 4.5cm and weighs 235G.
Upon opening the box you’ll find the following; 1x Charging Box, 1x Pair of Earphones, 2x Additional Pairs of Ear-Tips, 1x Charger Cable, 1x Multi-Lingual User Guide.
UCOMX U6H Pro Earphones.
The UCOMX U6H Pro Earphones are Black in colour (White is also another option) each earbud measures 2.0cm x 2.0cm x 1.3cm and weigh only 4G.
On each earbud you’ll see a multi-function/power button. This control is very basic and only can pause/play audio, make/answer/reject phones calls. You can select tracks or change volume levels. Which is poor if you ask me.
Anyway, the overall shape of each earbud has been designed to fit into your inner ear canals without slipping or falling out. When I was testing them out, they slipped out and fell onto the floor, despite changing to a correctly sized ear tip.
Talking of ear tips, you get 3x pairs supplied, they’re the standard cheapy silicone type of ear tips that you’re be no doubt to seeing. To change simply pull off a tip and replace with another.
Testing them out.
Where do I start. Basically, anything that could go wrong for the UCOMX U6H Pro Earphones did go wrong. Firstly, the left earbud didn’t work, the earbud won’t charge in the portable charging box. There’s no charging light, despite the right one charging. Also, the charging box started to make a hissing sound when I attempted to keep placing the left earbud on charge. I was concerned the internal Lithium-Ion battery was starting to short out, so I quickly abandoned that idea.
So, I had one earbud to evaluate my review on. Upon pairing the earbud to my phone, I noticed the audio quality was certainly well below above, maybe it’s because I had only the one earbud, but still it was dreadful!
No bass whatsoever, no noise isolation, no noise cancellation, and absolutely no way in hell an enjoyable listening experience. To summarise they fall out, don’t fully work, can’t control track/volume selections, the charging case sounds like it has a short, and sound terrible! Not exactly a glowing review I know, but I must be honest,
I’ve seen other reviews for these, and the reviewers praises them up lie they’re the next best audio product on the market. I’ll be honest with you, they’re crap, don’t listen to anyone who tells you otherwise, honestly one of the worst products that I’ve reviewed on this website.
- Brand: UCOMX
- Model: U6H Pro Earphones
- Manufacturer Code: K6H Pro
- Manufacturer Reference: N/A
- EAN: N/A
- ASIN: B07SX6N8R4
- Bluetooth: Version V5.0
- Impedance: 32Ω
- Sensitivity: 95dB
- Frequency Response Range: 20HZ-20KHZ
- Transmission Range: 10M
- Charging Battery Capacity: 2000mAh
- Rated Voltage: 3.7V
- External Voltage: DC4.8-5.5V
- Support Protocol: A2DP/HFP/HSP/AVRCP
- Compliance: CE, FCC, RoHS
The UCOMX U6H Pro Earphones are totally crap. They’re probably one of the worst products on the Amazon marketplace today. They sound (Well only one was working) terrible, they fall out, don’t charge correctly and don’t control basic audio functions like volume and track selection.
Basically, I don’t like them and cannot recommend them.
If you wish to punish yourself and buy the UCOMX U6H Pro Earphones for yourself, they’re available only on [amazon_textlink asin=’B07SX6N8R4′ text=’Amazon’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’myhelpfulhint-21′ marketplace=’UK’ link_id=’ca538fd8-dabe-46d6-bfba-df6ba1b68d03′]. They’re under a different brand name on the listing, but if you look at the product, you’ll see the UCOMX name printed on each earbud, that way you’ll know certainly to avoid them. The RRP for these earphones is £36.99.
Product sample provided by UCOMX in exchange for a detailed, unbiased review.
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