Amazing Edifier W820NB Over-ear Headphones Create A One-of-a-Kind Listening Experience REVIEW — MacSources

MacSources
11 min readFeb 2, 2022

Headphones have advanced features, a comfortable fit, and quality sound, but at a fraction of the cost of competitors.

When it comes to quality headphones, the phrase “you get what you pay for” seems to ring true. However, sometimes one will come across a rare gem that provides more features than expected — like the Edifier W820NB Over-ear Headphones.

Main Features & Details

The Edifier W820NB over-ear Earphones arrived in a 7 1/2 inches wide by 9 1/2 inches tall by 3 1/2 inches wide silver-grey hanging style retail package. The main focus of the cover panel was the large 4 1/2 inches wide by 6 inches tall slightly-raised, glossy image of the white/grey over-ear headphones. I liked the visual contrast with the background, the crisp, clean lines, and the port/cutout details.

Additionally, I enjoyed the gold-on-silver font accents of the Edifier name along the top left, the Hi-Res Audio logo along the bottom left, and the W820NB product name (Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Stereo Headphone) along the bottom right. The left side panel provided the Edifier logo along the top of the panel and a QR code to download the “EDIFIER CONNECT APP” along the bottom of the panel.

The opposite side panel provided eight descriptive icons: 1. HYBRID ANC. 2. Ambient Sound mode. 3. DNN Call Notes Cancellation. 4. Lightweight Design. 5. AAC High Definition Audio. 6. Game Mode. 7. 49 Hour Playtime. 8. Titanium Diaphragm. The top panel housed the black plastic hanging tab, while the bottom panel remained unadorned.

The rear panel provided four side-by-side images of the headphones along the top of the panel, and a multilingual feature review along the midsection (English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Japanese) relaying feature and specification details.

Features:

  1. Lightweight Headset.
  2. Hi-Res Audio Standard for Rich Listening Experience.
  3. Ambient Sound mode allows you to hear environmental sounds like traffic or flight announcements.

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