TOZO NC2 Review

TOZO NC2 Review

Written by Olivia, In Earbuds, Published On
April 30, 2023
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If you can get over the TOZO NC2’s quirky features, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by its excellent ANC. The battery life is acceptable, the connection is hassle-free, and the touch controls are intuitive. The charging case doesn’t appear to be as durable as the IPX6-certified earphones, and the bass is overstated. Even so, it’s hard to imagine a better pair of ANC-capable earbuds at such a low price.

TOZO NC2 Specs

Mic ControlNO
Battery TypeRechargable
CaseHard case
Weight0.02 lbs
Connectivity TechnologyBluetooth
Form FactorIn Ear
WaterproofYes
Weight119g
Dimensions62 x 25 x 45mm
Price$42.99 USD

Pros

  • Class IPX6
  • short charging time and poor ANC performance
  • Using touch screens is a breeze.
  • Acoustical monitoring

Cons

  • Not all claimed features function as expected.
  • There is no hope for this case’s longevity.
  • Overpowering bass

Control

TOZO NC2

The TOZO NC2 buds’ touch control surface is situated at their highest point. The arrangement of the controls, while not immediately visible, is actually rather natural while using the headphones. In contrast to the Apple AirPods (2nd generation) and their imitations, these headphones do not have any controls on the stems.

The TOZO NC2 buds’ touch control surface is situated at their highest point. The arrangement of the controls, while not immediately visible, is actually rather natural while using the headphones. In contrast to the Apple AirPods (2nd generation) and their imitations, these headphones do not have any controls on the stems.

Strength of the Stability

TOZO NC2

The earphones’ hold is excellent. Even if you’re standing still, they might slip out of your ears since the fins aren’t particularly secure. The included ear tips come in a variety of sizes to provide a comfortable fit, no matter your ear shape or size. The TOZO NC2 earbuds, like any true wireless in-ears, take up almost no space. They come in a slim, foldable carrying case that is easy to store and transport.

Top-Notch Audio

TOZO NC2

The TOZO NC2 has decent sound quality and a well-balanced equalization curve. They fall somewhere in the middle, between being too bassy and tinny. While we wouldn’t call them audiophile quality, they’re better than we anticipated given the price. Some may feel their music sounds boomy or muddy due to the TOZO NC2’s overemphasis on the bass register, which gives mixes more thump and punch.

It sounds like T and S, which are sibilants, are likewise slightly sharp. Presets or an equalizer are not included in the included application. The bass from these earphones is accurate. The TOZO NC2 offers decent sound for the price, yet their sound is not as bass-heavy as the TOZO NC9.

Comfort

TOZO NC2

The TOZO NC2 in-ear ANC earbuds have a basic design and a poor feel, similar to other models from well-known companies. Although the matte black casing is thicker than that of the Air Pods Pro, it is still comfortably pocketable. The charging case has four front-facing LEDs that show how much energy is left, a USB Type C port for wired charging, and the option for wireless charging.

The buds themselves are shiny on the exterior and have a little stem. These TOZO NC2 earbuds have an oval inside that, following a quick twist, makes them a snug and pleasant fit in the ear. The stems are designed to gently caress your cheeks as they make their way to your face. The IPX6 designation for water resistance means they’d be OK in the shower or the rain.

Durable

TOZO NC2

The TOZO NC2 earphones are well made. They’re comfortable to wear and constructed of lightweight, shiny plastic, but the earbud tips’ soft appearance makes it seem like they may break more easily. However, they are robust enough to withstand minor impacts like being dropped or bumped. Like many other in-ear headphones, the TOZO NC2 true wireless headphones provide excellent ventilation. You shouldn’t overheat from wearing them because their design doesn’t trap much heat.

Noise Cancellation

TOZO NC2

The earphones do a decent job of blocking out background sounds. You may toggle between the transparency/ambient function and the ANC function by touching the left bud. However, active noise cancellation is turned off by default, and once activated, it remains on until the headphones are returned to the charging case. One of the major flaws of the TOZO NC2 is this.

A quick buzzer sounds to confirm the feature switch. Strong ANC on its impact and cost. In particular, ambient sounds like electronic buzzing at night, distant traffic, and building work slowed down significantly. The lower frequencies are those that are darker and brighter in nature. The handling of nearby sounds is subpar. Keyboard clicks can still be heard when using the TOZO NC2 headphones, but the high-frequency components of music and conversations are muted.

Conclusion

A careful examination of the TOZO NC2 reveals that it excels in a variety of settings. They have a decently lengthy battery life (about 10 hours), so you can use them during your commute or workday without discomfort. They let air circulate and have a secure fit, although you may have to readjust them sometimes. They may not have the best ANC on the market, but they do a respectable job of drowning out traffic or other background noises.

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