All-metal Appearance Of Strong Texture Whiteway Aw-30 True Wireless Headphones Experience


[Bestbuy618DIY Hardware Channel] True wireless headphones are already a very mature industry at the moment, with supply chain technology allowing a large number of emerging manufacturers to be able to do such products, but also allowing this market to gradually fixed and patterned. This allows the price of true wireless headphones to be significantly reduced, and now the cheapest true wireless headphones have been pushed down to within a hundred dollars; however, the downside is also obvious, headphones began to gradually converge, the market has become uninteresting, but also for the personality, design more demand for users difficult to choose to their desired device. The AW-30 is the metal shell of choice; the surface has a layer of quite fine sandblasting, feels smooth, and has an excellent texture, which Huwei officials refer to as sandblasting high-gloss laser process.

Of course, as mentioned in the previous article, the metal shell comes at a cost; the overall weight of the Whiteway AW-30 is 72g, which is about 20g more than the average TWS headphones. However, because I generally carry the headset in my backpack, the 20g weight difference is obviously not going to be the straw that breaks the camel’s back, so I am still willing to accept this weight in exchange for excellent texture.

The charging box body is a high-gloss glossy edge “cut” into two parts, with the headset body visible when opened. The ears are obviously more sensitive to weight than the shoulders, so the AW-30 headset cavity or honestly back to plastic, a single headset weight of about 4g to ensure comfort of wearing. The gray headset is inlaid with a golden component above, the component has a built-in indicator, touch panel, and one of the dual microphones.

The indicator light is primarily used to indicate pairing status, but I’m more perplexed by the fact that the AW-30 must manually disconnect the original device when switching devices in order to connect to another device. The general TWS approach is through the mechanism of pairing, pairing the completed device can directly click to seize the original device connection, so although there is an additional pairing step, but it is truly a once and for all, compared to the Huwei approach is slightly more cumbersome.

The headset body is designed to be in-ear, and the lines of the entire cavity are designed to fit the human ear quite smoothly, so the feeling of wearing a foreign body is minimized. Everyone’s ears are not the same, and I can’t quantify the user’s wearing experience after purchasing, but at least for my ears, the AW-30 comfort has been the best I’ve previously worn in all in-ear headphones.

However, one of the biggest disappointments is that the Whiteway AW-30 does not support active noise cancellation. Although the AW-30 is an in-ear design, the earbuds themselves provide some passive noise cancellation, but when compared to headphones with active noise cancellation, the Whiteway AW-30 hears a little more low-frequency noise. Whiteway AW-30 for call noise reduction optimization, both headphones are equipped with cVc8.0 noise reduction technology inside, this technology allows Whiteway AW-30 to reduce call environment noise while maintaining excellent sound quality.

Sound quality, the Whiteway AW-30 in the cavity is equipped with a 10mm unit, theoretically can bring good sound quality performance, at the same time, the AW-30 also supports aptX audio transmission, with the right equipment can provide can high quality music transmission, the sound that reaches the headphones will naturally be more outstanding.

The AW-30 delivered a good sound performance from the start of the song “The Ferry.” The AW-30 achieved a better bass dive in the opening drum part compared to the same level of TWS, and the listening experience was relatively more shocking. In the life part, the AW-30 can also do a good restoration of Cai Qin’s voice, and the entire female voice is quite clean. In the song “Hotel California,” the Huewei AW-30 performed well at the start, with a good distinction between the conversion of multiple instruments, the same excellent dive of the drums, and the restoration of the sand hammer showed a good dynamic range. However, when vocals are played, the separation between instruments and vocals is not very good, but it is still an acceptable range for TWS headphones.

Cold Rainy Night” we still only listen to the middle of the bass Solo part, in this part, the Huewei AW-30 presents a tight string sound, excellent bass texture, in the TWS headphones can be ranked fairly high.

The overall sound was still quite clean, and there was no obvious burr in the high frequency region. In the song “Viva la Vida,” the AW-30 still showed quite good bass, but there were still flaws in the AW-30’s processing when the vocals and background instrumentation appeared at the same time, similar to the results of the previous audition of “Hotel California.”

Overall, I am still pleased with the audition results; after all, the AW-30’s price in the TWS is not very high, but the sound quality is far superior to competitors in the same class. Huewei AW-30 performs admirably in terms of bass dive and texture, and it also performs admirably in terms of vocal reproduction. The only shortcoming, perhaps, is that when listening to rock-oriented music, the overall processing still has room for improvement.

If you don’t need a headset with active noise cancellation, the Huewei AW-30 will be one of the most worthwhile headphones for 500 yuan.