Review – I am always looking for the perfect earplugs. My weird ears are difficult to wear, and generally speaking, I find earplugs uncomfortable. Still, unless you want cans on the ears and/or wires that connect the buds on both sides of the head to each other, earplugs are your choice. The design of Enacfire A9 ANC wireless earbuds is slightly different from other earphones I have tested, so I took the opportunity to give it a try.
what is it?
Enacfire A9 ANC wireless earplugs are active noise-cancelling wireless earplugs that can provide environmental noise transmission, complete noise reduction, voice assistant activation and other functions.
What’s in the box?
- Charging case
- Enacfire A9 ANC wireless earbuds
- USB-A to USB-C charging cable
- Small and large earbuds-medium size installed
- Pairing guide
- Warranty Card
- Gift card offer
- Dimensions: 2.2 x 1.8 x 0.9 inches
- Weight: 3.2 ounces
- Earplugs include: 3 sets-small, medium, large
- Control: touch sensitive
- Drive: 10mm
- Sound mode:
- Hybrid active noise reduction,
- Transparent fashion
- ENC call noise cancellation
- Microphone: 4 – 2 per earplug
- Water resistance: IPX7 (waterproof by immersing in one meter of water for 30 minutes)
- Total playing time (with charging case): 32 hours
- Charging case: USB-C
Design and features
Except for the extended microphone arm, these are very standard earplugs. You can see a microphone opening at the ends of these arms and the charging contacts.
Another microphone opening can be seen on the other end of the arm. I’m not sure what the opening near the earplugs is.
Each Enacfire A9 ANC wireless earbuds is marked with L or R, so you can keep them straight. Just above the logo, you can see the small LED flashing during the pairing process.
The case has an LED that will flash when the case is charging and the case is charging the headset.
Like most earplug boxes, each earplug has a customized installation location. The earbuds are held in place magnetically and charge when inserted into the case.
The case is charged through the USB-C port on the bottom of the case.
The case itself is round on all sides. This means that the case cannot be placed in any way, only on the back or front. I want to see the box stand upright.
The setup includes charging the headset through the charging case and pairing them with your device. The pairing process is simple. When you open the case, the headset will turn on and start looking for a paired device.
For me, earplugs have exactly two working standards. The earplugs must be comfortable. Without it, I don’t care how good they sound, and I wouldn’t wear them. Enacfire A9 ANC wireless earbuds surprised me. I expect that, like everyone else I have tested, my ears will be sore soon after I start using it. Do not! After wearing it for more than an hour, my ears feel great. Wow! Moreover, that is the default medium earbuds installed. I usually need to provide different sizes for each ear.
But how do they sound? Honestly-all right. For my aging ears, there is not much bass response. But even so, overall they sound good.
So, how do other aspects of Bud work? First, let’s talk about touch control. When I touched them, the other buds I tested were hit and missed. Enacfire A9 earplugs are very responsive and effective. Below are all the touch options available.
I should note that although “Siri” is written on the graphic, the triple touch on both sides will activate any voice assistants you configure.
The noise reduction effect is average. I can hear a little difference after turning on ANC, but it certainly cannot be compared with over-ear headphones. The environmental noise transmission is equally impressive. In the music I play, I really can’t hear the sound around me.
Another hot key for me is call quality. I have tested many earbuds that claim to have excellent call quality. So far, no one has achieved results. How about these? Hmm…I am happy to report that the call quality is very good. In a room, and outdoors with some ambient noise and breeze, the quality of the call at both ends is very, very good. When I took off on my golf cart and generated a breeze of 20 mph, it collapsed. At that time, my wife reported that I couldn’t understand my voice. But this is an unfair test, even though I have been doing it, I hope someone has found a way to eliminate wind noise.
what do I like
- Surprisingly comfortable
- Falling, if not the sound of stars
- The call quality on both ends is very good
What will i change
- Bass response is a bit weak
- Noise reduction works but not very good
- Just pass the ambient noise
- Design the chassis to stand upright
I will continue to search for the perfect earplugs. However, Enacfire A9 ANC wireless earbuds have become my new choice. The sound quality is good, even if it is not top-notch, the bass is weak, but still enough to enjoy. As a phone tool, A9s is great and will become a new standard for my extended phone. Being able to wear it for a long time without discomfort is a huge advantage for me. With a reasonable price, excellent comfort, adequate sound and strong water resistance, these are good choices for athletes and business users.