BUDGET
IN-EAR

Version

5.0

Battery

8 h

Reach

10 m

Q70

YINYOO

Rating

Price

7.4

50 €

Review published:

08/2019

Driver

1

per Side

1

Dynamic

0

Balanced

Impedance

16 Ohm

Piezo

0

Sound

7.5

Bass

7

Mids

7

Trebles

Sensitivity

110 dB

7.2

Handling

8

Haptic

B

Value

+

Daily Life

Frequency

20 - 20000 Hz

Intro

The first True-Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear I review from YINYOO is the Q70. It reminds of the Apple Airpods but is a closed in-ear compared to them.

It convinces me with its comfortable seat and a bass accentuated sound characteristic, which promises fun, but also doesn't neglect mid-range and treble.
It also scores with its battery life.

Handling

The Q70 comes in a practical oval transport box, which also serves as the charging station and is not too bulky.
In contrast to the Airpods, the two earphones lie in the box and are magnetically attracted so that they always sit firmly on the charging contacts.

If you take them out of the box, they automatically go on and connect to each other. However, a single operation is also possible if one of them remains in the case. Connecting via Bluetooth works without any problems.

The Q70 is very comfortable and sits firmly in the ear. It shouldn't be a problem to achieve a secure fit, so they are also suitable for sports.
However, the operation is a bit complicated and, in my opinion, a bit of a matter of luck. I haven't really determined yet what pressure you have to work with and where exactly the touch point is. And so it becomes a lottery if you want to jump one song further or back. The volume cannot be influenced directly at the listener. The complicated control may be my fault, but I would like to mention it anyway.

Apart from that, the Q70 is well manufactured and makes a noble and robust impression. The isolation is also impressive, but what really amazes me most is the secure hold in the ear, which I can't say about the Airpods.
With a range of 10m, Bluetooth 5.0 and a playing time of about 6-8 hours (depending on the volume), the Q70 is also technically up to date. The battery box can provide up to 30 hours of playing time without having to plug it into the power supply.

Sound

Like so many Bluetooth-In-Ears, the Q70 is also quite bass accentuated. This is usually desired for sports activities, but is certainly not suitable for analytical listening. The bass plays very low and has a lot of pressure behind it. It is punchy and knows how to motivate and keep the heart rate high due to its tight, direct way.
Electro, EDM, R&B, or Hip-Hop are clearly the strengths of the Q70 with its bass performance. If you not only want to hear the bass but also feel it, you're in good hands here.

The mids are a bit of a lesser-than-usual, but they aren't pushed back as much as one would expect. They even harmonize very well with the bass and can hold against it without it feeling like a fight to outdo each other. They are quite warm, but just as clear and also reveal some details. But if you really want to get every subtlety out of your music, you won't find anything here. But for extensive sports sessions and also in everyday life in between, this is more than sufficient and the Q70 with its signature and sound characteristics is more aimed at the average consumer than the hi-fi specialist. So the mids are not a musical highlight but also not bad and even quite successful for BT-In-Ears. Separation and stage are in a very good average.

The highs don't take much in comparison to the mid-range. They don't abound with details, but you don't have the feeling to miss much either. They are neither too bright nor too dark, but one or the other peak can mean it too well, which is extremely rare and therefore easy to neglect. I can't blame the highs for much if you don't have too high demands and the usage area in mind. Basically, the Q70 is in the price range in all areas above my previously reviewed BT-In-Ears.

Outro

The Q70 is a very solid BT-In-Ear, providing fun, a secure fit and a long battery life. It's everything you'd expect from a Bluetooth headset, without making too many demands on the sound quality. However, these are still very coherent and will fully satisfy the less audiophile, even give an " wow " experience. For almost 50 € the Q70 was not very cheap in comparison, but there are much more expensive models with worse technical and sound characteristics.
If you also want to meet the audiophile standard, you have to invest twice as much, for example in the 1More E1001BT (Triple Driver).

Legend

Haptic:

Here the processing plays a role and the usability of the scope of supply. Additionally the appearance, wearing comfort and robustness.


Value:
Here I evaluate for me subjectively the price/performance ratio - does not flow into the evaluation!

Z: No Brainer

A: money well spent

B: all right, you can do

C: gives better for less money

D: overpriced

E: collector's price

Daily life:
Here, I focus on the long-term audibility and whether I can hear it well out of the box. This is of course very subjective and therefore only a minimal deduction or bonus. 

(-0.1, 0, +0.1)

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Second Opinion

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