We bought the Samsung Level U wireless headphones on a special over the holidays and now that the weather has warmed up, my Wife and I have really had a chance to put them through their paces.
These are the first wireless headphones we’ve owned and as such we were really looking forward to experiencing them. We typically use the headphones most when walking/running at the local track or, around our neighborhood.
We haven’t had any phone calls over the headphones as yet. That might be something I add at a future date. Also of note, we initially paired the Level U headphones with a Samsung Galaxy S4. We have since upgraded to new phones.
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Our Impressions of the Samsung Level U Wireless Headphones
Overall, the headphones are very good. Not sure if it’s something inherent in Bluetooth but, it takes a second to get a clear audio signal when first powering on and playing some audio. Once the connection is made the sound is very responsive and the audio mix comes through very well. I’ve not detected any distortion of the sound and music seems full. In addition, the sonic imaging seems accurate. Highs, lows and mids are all in the right place.
I do have some issues with the earbuds falling out of my ear. Not sure what the issue is. I might have to try some of the other type of earbud covers included in the box.
Features of the Samsung Level U Wireless Headphones
- 12mm speaker units
- Dual-mic noise reduction
- Echo cancellation
- Magnetic ear buds
- Flexible ureathane “joints”
- Samsung ear gels
- Samsung Level app compatible
- S Voice capability
- Battery Life – up to ll hrs talk/10 hrs play
In the Box
- Level U stereo headphones
- Three sets of ear gels (2 standard sets, 1 stabilizing gel set (installed)
- Micro USB charging cable
- Rubber bands
- User manual
Up Close: Samsung Level U Wireless Headphones
Overall we’d rate these headphone a solid buy. Do you own these headphones? Let us know about your experiences in the comments below.
Check out more details on the Samsung Level U wireless headphones
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