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 else
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.