Mpow Bullfight Headphone Reviews

Manufacturer Mpow Model Bullfight
Headphone Type Wireless / Bluetooth Headband Type None
Weight (g) 17 Driver Type Dynamic
Enclosure Material Plastic Isolation (dB) 20
Impedance (ohms) 0 Cable Length (cm) 0
Frequency Response (Hz) 20 - 20000  
Connector Other Street Price US$35
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Average reviewer scores
Bass Extension 7.0 Bass Impact 6.0
Bass Quality 4.0 Mids Quality 4.0
Highs Quality 5.0 Soundstage 5.0
Detail 5.0 Portability 9.0
Isolation 7.0 Comfort 6.0
Durability 5.0 Improvement With Amplification 5.0
Value for Money 8.0    
Overall Score 5.1 Total Reviews 1

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Review by Lead Reviewer commando on 17 Jun 16  15:02
Individual review
Bass Extension7
Bass Impact6
Bass Quality4
Mids Quality4
Highs Quality5

Mpow sent us some of their Bullfight bluetooh headphones for review. The first thing we did, of course, was charge them, which didn't take all that long. They claim seven hours of music time, which we're not patient enough to test, but we can say they lasted for a couple of hours no problem.

The headphones are relatively light, and stay in your ear reasonably well. One interesting feature is if you take the earbuds out of your ears and put the ends together magnets in the earphones snap them together and the music pauses - a nice touch which is surprisingly handy.

Comfort is pretty good, better than most in-ear headphones. I had them in my ears for a couple of hours and wasn't in any rush to get them out. Many in-ear headphones I can't wait to finish with and take off.

In our listening tests were were pleasantly surprised - all in all the music sounds pretty good. It's not audiophile grade, but it's perfectly good sound for a sport focused headphone, at work, or while traveling. The bass is a little too strong for my taste, and doesn't go quite as low as larger headphones, but it's fine. The mids are a little recessed, and slightly veiled, but considering the price they're good. Highs are slightly rolled off, but not too badly either - cymbals are present. All in all balance is pretty good, with a little much bass for me.

Music tests:
- Bon Jovi / light rock. These work quite well, things sound quite balanced, with the rolled off highs being quite noticeable.
- Michael Buble. The bass is a little strong, the highs are rolled off, and the vocals are recessed, but it sounds fine.
- Acoustic tracks (Elton John). The lack of detail is more apparent here, probably because of lack of midrange clarity. Still, it sounds fine.
- Eminem. The bass works quite well with this type of music. The midrange clarity isn't great still, but still good given the price.

All in all, given the price, these are decent in-ear bluetooth headphones. They're not audiophile grade, but for general use they're perfectly good for most people for causal or everyday use.

Test setup: 256kbps mp3 files, fed from Bluetooth and an Samsung S4 running Android 6.

Disclosure: free review samples were sent to HeadphoneReviews for review.