The Mpow EM12 Wireless Earphone is a mediocre mono Bluetooth headset for phone calls. Its in-ear design isn’t the most comfortable during longer sessions, and it’s 3.3-hour battery life is much less than the 6-hours advertised by Mpow. While the sound profile is very bass-heavy, it’s decent for phone calls as most voices are detailed and clear, though some sibilants (S and T sounds) might be piercing and harsh. While its integrated microphone can’t separate your voice from background noises nearly as well as a boom mic, its recording quality is surprisingly decent and your voice sounds natural and clear. Unfortunately, it uses a proprietary charging cable, which can be a pain if you lose or break it, though it comes with two included, which is nice.
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