Chinese manufacturing giant, Oppo, has officially announced the price of its new headset, Oppo Enco Q1. On September 10, this headset will hit the market for 599 yuan ($84). According to Oppo’s Vice President, Shen Yiren, Oppo’s wireless noise-canceling headset will use 4Mic FF+FB dual active noise reduction. “4Mic FF+FB dual active noise reduction” means “four microphones, feedforward + feedback mixed noise reduction”. Simply put, this headset uses a new hybrid noise cancellation technology which it claims cancels 100 types of noise. Also, many noise-canceling headphones only use FF noise reduction. This makes the Enco Q1 desirable.
The Oppo Enco Q1 headset uses a collar-style design. The neck ring has a streamlined curvature and the three-dimensional curve fits the neck. In addition, it uses a single-piece molding technology with no splicing gaps and ergonomic earplugs that fit the ear canal. In terms of colour, it is available in sunlight orange, black, and silver colours. Looking at the price of this headset, it is not entirely bad. However, it is above the average price of a dual noise-canceling headset. Considering that Oppo has a good record when it comes to audio devices, the quality of this headset should be quite good.