OPPO Enco X2 Launches with Planar Magnetic Drivers
Launched alongside the OPPO Find X5 Pro 5G yesterday was the OPPO Enco X2 true wireless earphones, co-developed with Nordic company Dynaudio.
Co-developed with Dynaudio, the Enco X2 features the SuperDBEE acoustic system with a 0.0095mm bass unit, which adopts an ultra-transient low-distortion ultrasonic vibration system used in conjunction with a golden solvent-cast liquid-crystal polymer (LCP)
diaphragm and high-precision 0.033mm DCAA voice coils.
The treble unit retains the brand's signature planar diaphragm and is equipped with the Absolute Center Quad-Magnet Planar Tweeter, providing a 100% wider frequency range that can reach up to 40kHz. OPPO has also improved the circuit structure of the DAC chip for the earphones, which the company claims a 25% boost in audio thrust.
To deliver a studio-like audio effect, the Enco X2 comes with Golden Sound Boost, which can integrate loss compensation, ear canal structure data, and personalize listening all in one. Built with a triple-core ANC ship that supports dual-mic ANC, the earphones have 2 high-signal-noise-ratio microphones on each side, capable of delivering ANC depth of 45dB and a frequency range of up to 4000Hz.
Supporting ultra-fast charging and Qi wireless charging, the OPPO Enco X2 can last up to 40 hours when paired with its charging case. A 5-minute charge will allow for 2 hours of music playback. The earbuds can now switch seamlessly between your smartphone and smartwatch, or between other devices, either Android, iOS, or Windows. They are also IP54 dust and water-resistant.
Available in black and white, the OPPO Enco X2 now retails for RM799.