Roman S530 Wireless Bluetooth Headests Review


Wireless headphones are all about empowerment. If wanted a pair of Bluetooth on-ear headphones for a comfortable price, I’d get the Roman S530 Double ear wireless Blueooth headset. Not only this Roman S530 sound great for Bluetooth headphones, they were comfortable, built to last, and affordable at GearBest website.

The best wireless headphones get four important things right: its should be easy connecting to your phone, they should be comfortable to wear for long stretches, they are compact enough to slip into most any bag, and most importantly, they sound nearly as good as wired headphones.

The Roman S530 headphones are graced with ear hooks that can be customize to fit around your ear better, they stay practically glued into your ear canals through just about any workout. They’re also sweat-resistant so you don’t have to worry about moisture getting inside earbuds. Beats products tend to have deep bass and high prices, but the Roman S530 only seems to have delivered on that second one, making them less of a desirable buy when there are plenty of cheaper sport headphones available that can also deliver a snug fit and solid sound at a much more attractive price. You can checkout more Samsung Earphones Here.

The Roman S530 earbuds come with three different sizes of ear inserts. The largest versions fit snugly into my ear and sealed out most background noise. It also comes with dual-device connectivity, meaning you can pair the buds to two devices at once. With two paired, say a smartphone and a tablet, you can switch back and forth just by playing and pausing music on either one. Roman promises to lasts 6 hours of music time and 240 hours of standby time.

If sound quality, comfort, performance and affordable price are what you’re looking for in a wireless headphone, then the Roman S530 would be my choice.

Written by Shintu

Tech Blogger by passion & App Developer by Profession. Founder and Former editor-in-chief of GadgetnMore & Gadgetsware blog.

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