veho ZB6 Wireless Headphone REVIEW Plenty of Power and Fully Portable

Sound Quality

Once paired, I turned to audiocheck.net to test the Low Frequency Response and Subwoofer Audio Test (10–200 Hz), High Frequency Response and Hearing Audio Test (22–8 kHz), Left/Right Stereo Audio Test, and the Stereo Perception and Sound Localization. As detailed on the packaging, the headphones had a full bass sound, with a lower range of 20Hz. The upper range is less dependent on the headphones and more dependent upon the listener’s hearing ability. As we age, we lose the ability to hear upper sounds and thus the upper range for most young adults will be around 14–16kHz. I was able to hear the high pitch at 16kHz and my 6-year-old son was able to hear 17kHz. The left/Right stereo audio test showed that the channels were correctly programmed and you could enjoy stereo sound. The stereo perception and sound localization test is a very interesting and eye-opening test. If you navigate to the bottom of the page, you will see “The Real Thing” “Original Binaural Recording.” Select this link and prepare to look cautiously over your shoulder. The headphones passed my initial testing, with flying colors, but I noted an odd button combination. I prefer the volume buttons to increase/decrease volume with a single press. Unfortunately, the veho ZB-6 reversed the combination and used a long press for volume control and short presses for track advance/rewind. When the combinations are reversed, I find that the volume control is much less sensitive. The MFB features proved to be straightforward and typical of other devices on the market. If you double tap the volume “-” button, this will activate the voice assistant. Double tapping the “+” button did not have a command. If you single tap the MFB button, you can start/stop music or answer/Hang-up a call. If you hold the button for 2 seconds, you can reject an incoming call and if you double tap to redial the last number called.

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