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- Overview of Poweradd T-M6
- Build quality
- Connection quality
- Sound quality
- Sound quality features
- General comment
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Recommended for people like this
- People who value a sense of depth
- People who like a sound with a sense of depth
- People who like a rich, resonant sound
- People who value a sense of groove
- People who value a sense of envelopment
Overview of Poweradd T-M6
This review will give an overview of Poweradd T-M6. A complete review of this product can be found here .
- Total Score: 8.4 / 10.0
- Package: 8.0 / 10.0
- Build quality: 8.5 / 10.0
- Fit: 8.5 / 10.0
- High range: 8.5 / 10.0
- Mid range: 8.0 / 10.0
- Low range: 9.5 / 10.0
- Less distortion: 7.5 / 10.0
- Communication quality: 9.0 / 10.0
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- Continuous / maximum playback time: 6h / 30h
- Waterproof performance: IPX7
- Supported codecs: AAC / SBC
Features of Poweradd T-M6
- Unlike the first generation Bluetooth wireless earphones, this generation of Bluetooth earphones is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0, which has a faster transmission speed, wider communication range, greater communication capacity, and lower power consumption. transmission speed, wider transmission range, greater transmission capacity, and lower power consumption. The latest TWS technology enables left-right separation of the Bluetooth earbuds. The true wireless earbuds can be easily switched between single-ear and binaural modes by simply inserting and removing the earbuds from the charging case. Equipped with the latest CVC 8.0 noise reduction technology, you can hear the other person's voice clearly during a call by reducing ambient noise; comes with Hifi high-boost true sound quality, high reduction of singing voice in natural state, and 3D shocking sound range when listening to music, giving you an immersive experience. In addition, the Bluetooth headset of course supports the SBC codec and also the AAC codec, which is essential for iOS devices, with little to no transmission delay or loss of high frequencies, IOS (such as iphone12) and Android (such as Huawei) It can be used for mobile devices.
- Ultra-long standby time & up to 30 hours continuous playback】When not in use, the Bluetooth earbuds have a standby time of over 96 hours, so you don't have to worry about running out of power when you are out and about. After charging, the earbuds can play up to 6 hours continuously. If you use the charging case, it can play up to 30 H continuously. You can use it for music, web conference, games, etc. without worrying about running out of battery.
- Automatic Pairing & Single/Binaural Mode Earbuds】The first time you use this product, you need to manually connect the earbuds bluetooth. This has a save function. When you take it out of the packing box, it will automatically match and automatically connect to the last used equipment. Once removed from the charging case, it opens immediately and pairs within 2 seconds for easy operation. The two earbuds are isolated from each other, allowing you to switch between mono-ear and binaural modes. No need to connect two bluetooth earphones every time.
- Super strong fit & IPX7 waterproof rating】The ergonomic super strong fit design, weighing only 4.5g per ear, provides a comfortable fit and a sense of unity that is very easy to adjust and fit to the ear shape, minimizing the burden on the ear and fitting to the top of the ear, keeping the earphones firmly in place on the ear. IPX7 waterproof design equivalent to international JIS waterproof protection grade, so it is perfectly safe to use in the rain and sweat during sports such as running and gym, humidity in the bath, and sweat during exercise.
Package meets price standard.
- Poweradd T-M6
- Charging case
- USB Type-C cable
Build quality meets price standard.
The fit is good.
I tested it by connecting it to a Cayin N6II/E02 with AAC.
I don't know because I haven't been in crowds, but it is stable in the home. Distance tolerance is excellent, and the connection is seamless and intact even at a distance of about 5 meters. The sound is momentarily interrupted when an obstruction is inserted, but then the music can be heard consistently.
There may be a small amount of background noise, but most people probably won't notice it.
The operating interface is physical type.
|Power ON||Open the charging case lid|
|Power OFF||Store the earphones in the charging case and close the lid|
|Pairing||Automatic pairing mode if there is no connection destination when power is turned on|
|Song playback||Click the multifunction button once|
|Stop playback||Click multifunction button once|
|Forward song||Click the right multifunction button three times|
|Backward||3 clicks on the left multifunction button|
|Volume +||2 clicks on the left multifunction button|
|Volume -||2 clicks on the right multifunction button|
|Answer call||Click multifunction button once|
|End call||Click multifunction button once|
|Activate voice assistant||Press and hold the multi-function button for 2 seconds|
REW Frequency Response
Sound quality description
The following review was tested on a FiiO M15 with a SBC connection.
The Poweradd T-M6 has a U- or V-shaped sound with considerable emphasis on low frequencies.
Please see here for detailed reviews on sound quality.
Lows / Bass
The low frequencies of the Poweradd T-M6 extend quite deep and have a very strong presence in terms of volume, but they are linear and the outlook is not bad.
Drum kicks are heavy enough, with good impact and a solid bottom, but rumble is a bit weak and the sense of realism is a bit lacking. Even though I can hear the lack of depth when listening closely, I personally prefer the low frequencies to have this amount of volume.
The electric bass is also black enough, with a good sense of tightness and spread, but still lacks a bit of rumbling.
The bass frequency lovers will be satisfied with both the mass and the volume of the bass, but the heavy bass fanatics would have liked to hear a little more range and a more roaring sound if the bass was made to sound this good.
The midrange of the Poweradd T-M6 is a bit affected by the low frequencies, where it tends to sound hot and dark, and the texture is not as accurate.
Drums, for example, tend to sound a bit rich in the lower midrange, and the midrange is a bit muddy with a lot of resonance, but it feels full and enveloping and easy to immerse yourself in.
Linearity is not bad, and the sense of localization is quite accurate and easy to understand, making it seem quirky at first glance, but the construction is surprisingly solid.
For example, if you listen to LiSA's Shirushi, if you listen carefully to the vocals, you will notice that the hoarse is a little too strong and the voice is a bit too croaky, and the shouts are a bit strong, but the powerful low frequency holds down the loud parts quite well, so that such a presentation seems to spice things up rather nicely.
Basically, the sound is more consumer-like than audiophile-friendly, since the midrange is buried and the contours sound agitated by the resonances, so the sense of construction is poor.
Personally, I quite like this kind of immersive midrange, but as a reviewer, I cannot rate it highly enough. It inevitably sounds sluggish, so if you are not a fan of it, you will probably have a hard time with it.
Highs / Treble
The high frequency range of the Poweradd T-M6 is relatively excellent when considered as a stand-alone unit. The balance with the low frequency range is also well thought out, and although it is somewhat subpar, it has enough presence and luminosity to keep it from being too buried.
The sense of localization is rather easy to understand, and cymbal crashes have a modest spread, which is refreshing relatively. Relatively, though.
Sound quality general comment
- Original sound fidelity: B
- Recommendation: B
- Personal preference: B
The Poweradd T-M6 is by no means for everyone, but for a V-shaped earphone, it is reasonably well put together, and if you like low frequencies, you will enjoy it a lot.
I personally like them a lot, as they are quite enveloping and have a groovy, highly immersive feel in some areas. It is true that they are not enough for serious music listening, but they are fun earphones that are quite suitable for immersive music listening.
Sound quality features
- Sound field with a sense of depth
- Massive and deep low frequency range
- Rich resonance
- High sense of immersion
- Good groove
- Not too much buried detail in strong low frequencies
- Good localization
- Not faithful to the original sound
- Lacks textural accuracy
- Low frequency range lacks a sense of resonance in comparison to its massiveness
- Poor extension of high frequency range and lack of extension
The Poweradd T-M6 are true wireless earphones with deep bass and depth, and a rich, resonant, immersive soundstage. The sound is more consumer-like and enjoyable than audiophile-friendly, and while it is a bit too low-frequency and quirky for everyone's tastes, it provides a groovy experience.