Dizo Wireless Lanyard Specifications
- 11.2 mm guides
- Weight – 23.1 grams
- Magnetic fast pair
- 150 mAh battery
- Game mode (88 ms delay)
- Environmental Noise Reduction (ENC)
- IPX4 waterproof
- Realme Link application
Dizo Wireless design and operation experience
I have always preferred lanyards because of their ease of use and ease of use. Good weight, material, and shape factor of a wireless pair of lanyards are important. Fortunately, Dizo Wireless gets most of these things right at a pretty affordable price. The headset microphone weighs only 23.1 g and rests comfortably around the neck, thanks to a flexible plastic material with a rubber surface.
You can use it for longer without much discomfort. The buds inside the ear are angled and sit comfortably in the ears without causing pain. The buds also stay in place and don’t fall off easily, whether you’re running or biking. The overall quality of the building is good and is higher than competitive.
The Dizo Wireless neck strap is IPX4 waterproof and is available in orange, green, blue and black.
Because of its price, Dizo Wireless sounds pretty decent and also serves well for voice calling purposes. The sound produced is powerful and fascinating. The neck strap with 11.2 mm guides produces powerful bass and decent heights; however, a thriving bass can be overwhelming if you are not a bass head. Fortunately, you can adjust audio profiles from the realme link partner application. The app offers three presets – Dynamic, Bright and Bass Boost +.
You should turn off the Bass Boost + preset if you don’t want bass playback because bass simply exceeds other audio frequencies in bass boost mode. Bass continues to leak to other frequencies despite having dynamic and bright presets enabled, which means you can’t do much to fine-tune the sound on these budget headphones. You need to trust your music app’s built-in equalizer to adjust the audio output. The dynamic preset served us well with most of the genres we listened to on Dizo Wireless. The clear preset focuses largely on improving the treble response.
How effective is ENC?
Moving Forward The smartphone app also offers a volume-boosting mode that’s handy if you’re traveling on public transit with a lot of unwanted environmental noise. The increase in volume is considerable and makes the sound quite audible even in noisy environments.
Dizo is also heavily banking on the ENC feature; however, it alone is not very effective in suppressing outside noise. Thanks to the good inner fit of the eyes and the average ENC combination, the neckband provides good noise insulation. If you can make extra hundreds, Mi-neckband Bluetooth Headset Pro can be a good option. The lanyard is priced at Rs. 1799 and offers both ANC and ENC.
Battery life and connectivity
Although battery life depends largely on how you use it, Dizo Wireless easily lasts 12-14 hours in heavy use. Charging a 150 mAh battery from steady to 100% takes about two hours and takes about 10 hours if you stream music at 80-100% volume. If you use the lanyard wisely, they can last up to 15 hours, which is pretty good. In terms of connectivity, the lanyard works with Bluetooth 5.0 and maintains a fixed connection to smart devices, including Android and iOS devices, as well as Windows computers.
Unfortunately, there is no multipoint support, so you cannot pair these headphones with two devices at the same time. Finally, I would have liked AAC codec support, but it seems like too much is required at this price point. Fortunately, we did not experience any problems with these SBC-enabled wireless headphones.
Rs introductory price. 1299, Dizo Wireless is a good pair of wireless lanyards. The lanyard is comfortable to wear and produces a fascinating sound at an affordable price. Long battery life and the Realme link app are good features. Importantly, the combination of good in-ear matching, volume enhancement, and ENC results in commendable passive noise isolation that is hard to find at this cost. Dizo Wireless can be purchased at Flipkart.com.