The Aukey Latitude Wireless is a budget pair of earphones. It’s got good wireless performance coupled with decent sound quality. Wing tips are included in the package, so these earphones will stay snug in the ears. These are great for on the go use and also for light runs.
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Pro Decent sound
At it’s standard setting, the Latitude’s audio quality is middle of the road. The bass is not very powerful, the mids are not that forward and the highs have okay clarity. These should perform okay with many types of music, but if you’re a bass lover, then you won’t get the powerful oomph that you may want out of your music.
Pro You get 2 extra EQ settings
You can adjust how the earphones sound using the on-board EQ settings. You get a bass boost mode for more powerful low-end and a treble-boost mode which enhances the highs.
Pro Earphones can be clipped around the neck when not used
You can prevent the earphones from bouncing around when they are not in use. There are magnets in the ear pieces so you can clip them around your neck. This also helps minimize the chances of you losing them.
Pro These can stay snug in the ears
You can use the Latitude Wireless for brisk walks and runs without them falling off on a frequent basis. They come with wing tips which help keep the ear pieces in place.
Con EQ settings may make the sound worse
The on-board EQ settings does give you some options to tweak the sound, but they don’t necessarily make the sound better. The bass boost may make the sound too muddy, while the treble boost can make the audio too tinny and harsh.