MEElectronics Air-Fi AF32

8/20/2012 2:34:27 PM

Get solid audio with these comfy wireless cans


·         Solid sound quality

·         Comfortable to wear

·         Impressive battery life


·         A bit bulky

·         Can be hot to wear

Description: MEElectronics Air-Fi AF32

It’s all MEE, MEE, MEE – heat up your ears with some wireless disco beats

At $105, you may not expect the very best quality from the MEElectronics Air-Fi AF32 Bluetooth headphones, but we think you may be pleasantly surprised.

The first thing you’ll notice is how comfortable they are to wear. The padded red earpieces sink into the contours of your lungs and the light plastic headband cushions the top of your head. The pads formed a good seal with our ears and, unlike plenty of other Bluetooth headphones we’ve tried, were a pleasure to wear for a long time.

Indeed, the fit was almost too good, as our ears tended to overheat a little and a run in the gym had them streaming, if not streaming.

Another strength is battery life. MEElec claims the AF32s have a talk-time battery life of more than 10 hours, and a listening time of at least 12. Our time using the MEElectronics Air-Fi AF32 principally for listening to music and podcasts suggests this is a fair rating. They do take a few hours to charge, however.

Using the on-ear buttons is as simple as these things can be. There are only three controls: a multifunction button for power, play, stop, call and end; a forward and back button; and the volume control. If you can find your ear with your hand, you can use these headphones.

In our tests pairing worked virtually seamlessly, and sound quality was really good for a Bluetooth headset: we could pick out treble, bass and middle with clarity. Occasionally the sound was a bit muddy around the edges, but for the price the AF32S produce very slid audio.


Description: MEElectronics Air-Fi AF32

For a set of Bluetooth headphones in this price range, the Air-Fi AF32 on-ear stereo Bluetooth headphones are comfortable and offer good sound quality. And you can’t beat the feature set or battery life. Leaving aside minor quibbles about hot ears and not-quite-perfect audio, we really like them.


Price: $105

Website: MEElectronics/

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Rating: 8/10

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