E8 Cowin Review - The Noise Cancellation Just Got Better!

Living during a busy populated area are hectic and demanding nowadays. Surrounded by noises especially during hour times, sometimes might come from your neighbours or it might be something else. Privacy is scarce nowadays and one would search for better relaxation and contentment especially through taking note of your favourite music on your favorite headphones. Gearing-up with a pair of headphones which have active noise cancelling could boost your relaxation more productively, namely the Cowin E8. So, what are the features which make this headphone different from the rest:

Noise Cancellation

Firstly, the Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) feature at 32 decibels level does a far better job at isolating substantial number of sounds decibels from various range; best, mid and treble. this suggests the ANC has the power to wipe out the airplane rumbles and bus engines noises to an honest degree and blocking out conversation speeches. Hence, it allows you to enjoy your favorite music while travelling but perhaps less effective at busy office spaces because the headphones have leakages of sounds.

Sound Quality

Secondly, the sound quality is taken into account to be acceptable but not the simplest within the headphones market. So, let's begin with the bass, which is that the key component of sound quality. The low-end just manage to match with the thump and rumble common to bass-heavy music meaning you'll still be ready to enjoy smooth guitar sounds. However, both the mid and high-bass makes the general bass sounds a touch too heavy thanks to overemphasized in frequencies.


We will check out two features which makes the headphones perform better:

Battery Life

The Cowin E8 has 21 hours of battery life with 3.2 hours of charge time, which is taken into account to be decent for any headphone's lover. this suggests that the battery will last for each day on the average but slow when recharge. Bearing in mind, you will have to show it off manually so as to save lots of battery.


The Bluetooth comes in Version 4 and allows for one device pairing only. this suggests you're unable to modify to other Bluetooth sources and have it fully supported on other devices. the power for the headphones to modify to other Bluetooth devices is suitable if you're using it for working purposes for instance , accepting a call during taking note of your podcast. Also, implying that Cowin E8 is more suitable for private use instead of for working purposes. Another feature which is lacking is that the Bluetooth has no Near Field Communication (NFC) pairing which suggests the headphones is unable to pair with other NFC devices making it more tedious for the users.


In my opinion, the Cowin E8 is more suitable for a lone-ranger type motivated for private usage. If you are the type who likes to travel and need to possess a while alone. Then this pair of headphones might be suitable for you. At $150 is worth an investment for better Active Noise Cancellation when taking note of music or podcast on the move.

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