Xiaomi released their first headphones a few years ago. And since their sales just went through the roof, it became clear that there would be a continuation of the story! In 2015 Xiaomi released a whole host of models. These are the first hybrid headphones from Xiaomi named Mi Quantie. Let’s get to know them better.
Design. The design echoes in many ways with other headphones in the line. There is both polishing and chiseled silver grooves — a charm. But unlike Piston-ov, these headphones are not covered with any paint, which means there is nothing to crack and peel off here, and the headphones will not begin to change their appearance on the very first day.
Cable has a silicone braid. The cord from the “jack” to the splitter is hidden in a nylon “stocking” to increase strength. The wires themselves are reinforced with Kevlar cord, Kevlar is not outside, but inside. The braid on a three-core cable is made of a less durable material. In general, I really like these headphones in terms of design, at least for the successful combination of only two colors.
Like all other headphones from Xiaomithese have remote controlwho fully understand only the company’s own products. With devices for android the microphone will work, the pause button, which can scroll through tracks, receive calls and turn off the microphone, but does not know how to hang up. Also, the “louder” key works, “quieter” key does not work at all. The microphone is functioning normally.
A distinctive feature of these headphones was the use two drivers instead of one. Inside the cups, a dynamic and armature driver is installed, which allows you to combine the advantages of both in one device.
Sound. Mi Quantie is one of those headphones that reveal themselves over time. To know their capabilities, a couple of days may not be enough.
When you listen to them for the first time, the thought does not leave your head that the sound seems to be blurred, there is not enough sharpness. But over time, you realize that it is this softness that allows you to listen to music at maximum volume, without feeling any discomfort, while capturing all the subtleties of the composition.
The sound, even at maximum volume, will not turn into mush. The sound detail is very good, sometimes, of course, it is better, but far from being in this price segment. In-ear headphones from world-famous brands for the money can offer much more blurred sound. There is no appreciable failure anywhere. The speaker gives a juicy and soft sound and bass, and the armature clearly fulfills the mids and high frequencies. The sound of the headphones seemed to me more than pleasant. The bass here is expressed very clearly. When listening to music, you can hear not only the bass, but everything elseJ
Conclusion.I did not find a single flaw in Xiaomi Mi Quantie headphones, neither in terms of sound quality, nor in terms of design. Considering the price, you definitely need to take it) These are the best in-ear headphones in their price segment.