Danish premium and premium audio solutions company EPOS entered the Indian market in December. EPOS of the Demount Group is present in more than 30 countries around the world. EPOS has 115 years of experience in audio and sound technology. The company simultaneously launched five audio products in the Indian market, including the Adapt 300, Adapt 400, Adapt 500, Adapt 600 and Expand 30T series. Of these, we used the EPOS Adapt 560 for a few days for review. Let me tell you, the parent company of Sennheiser’s EPOS audio product is made by Demant. Let’s see… how are these wireless headphones?
EPOS Adapt 560 Review: Specifications
It has four buttons, including a multi-function, a hook button, an LED, power, and mute buttons, tuning buttons, and a Type C port. It has a separate mic that you can turn on / off. deactivate and use. For Microsoft Teams, you get a separate button. A USB Bluetooth connector is also available with the headphones which you can connect to these headphones by plugging them into a laptop or desktop computer.
Bluetooth 5.0 is available for connectivity. It has four microphones which also support active noise cancellation. It has a two-year warranty. It weighs 229 grams. The price of this helmet is Rs 29,990.
EPOS Adapt 560 Review: Design
Although its weight is around 250 grams its design is perfect. There will be no problem using the function button. The build quality is good and the design is top-notch. The padding is of better quality which will not deteriorate quickly. This headset in use is relaxing. Ear pain does not occur even when used for a long time.
The cushion is quite comfortable. The size of the helmet is also adjustable, which you can adjust according to your head. It has a special mic that you can slide in and out and inside when not in use.
EPOS Adapt 560 Review: Performance
First of all, let us tell you that the company launched this wireless headset with the need of working from home in mind. It has a separate microphone for calling while working from home. Apart from that, it can also be used easily for a long time. For virtual meetings, it has a special purple-colored button for Microsoft Teams, although it would have been better if it had been for zoom, Google Meet, etc.
For control, buttons are provided instead of touching. The most important is that the dongle is available with it for use on laptops and computers. Apart from that, these headphones can be connected to multiple devices simultaneously.
As for the audio quality, its sound is not great but it is good. We had a great experience with this headset calling during the review. Whether it’s a phone call, video call, or internet call, the performance of the headphones is excellent in all three cases. There are clear voices on both sides. Noise cancellation is also good.
The good thing about noise cancellation is that if noise cancellation is already on, you will notice it as soon as the headphones are connected. The bass is slightly lower but the audio quality is crystal clear. Music lovers and voice call lovers will love it. EPOS Adapt 560 did not disappoint us in terms of performance.
EPOS Adapt 560 test: battery life
The company has claimed a backup of up to 46 hours (ANC off) on its battery, while ANC claims a 24-hour backup of battery life when it is on. During the review, we used it for four days after just one full charge. Every day we used it for about 5 hours. It takes about 4 hours to fully charge it.
The company should support fast charging in this area. Overall, the EPOS Adapt 560 didn’t disappoint us in terms of battery either. In headphones from any other company in this line, you won’t get as many features, a separate mic for calling, and such a long battery.