Review of Meizu HALO Laser Bluetooth Headphones

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Review of Meizu HALO Laser Bluetooth Headphones

The Meizu HALO Bluetooth bluetooth headphones were officially unveiled on April 22, along with the Meizu 15, Meizu 15 Plus and Meizu 15 Lite (M15) smartphones and the Meizu POP wireless headphones. They are oriented mainly to the youth audience because of their attractive appearance. In them Meizu Acoustics have combined light and sound – the music is visible. The evenly lit 360° cable shines in the dark and makes them really attractive. Available in blue and red light.

Meizu HALO is equipped with Corning® Fibrance® Light-Diffusing Fibre – a glass optical fiber that emits colored light. As we know, Corning is an American company whose portfolio includes the popular Gorilla® glasses with wide application in the smartphone industry. In order to emit light, the fiber must be connected to a source. In this case, laser diodes from the world leader in lighting OSRAM are used.

Meizu HALO Laser Bluetooth Headset

The light intensity of the laser diodes can be adjusted via the “HALO APP” application, as well as their three modes of operation – constant lighting, flashing light and flashing to the rhythm of the listened music. The headphones have up to 5 hours of battery life on a single charge when the laser light is set to 50 percent brightness, and up to 15 hours when the lights are off.

Meizu HALO Laser Bluetooth Headset

Meizu HALO is equipped with a cable remote control to activate/deactivate the laser light, play/pause or change songs, increase/decrease the volume, make calls and Bluetooth pairing. The microphone and the rechargeable battery which is charged via a micro-USB port are located in the remote control. For convenience during calls the control is attached to a magnet, which moves along the cable according to the needs of the user. The cable has a total length of 1.5 meters – 1.2 meters to the headphones and 30 centimeters between the two headphones.

Qualcomm® aptX™ lossless audio technology brings the Meizu HALO Laser Bluetooth Headset sound quality at the CD level. They are equipped with precise 10 mm dynamic speakers, three-band balanced.

Meizu HALO Laser Bluetooth Headset


• Headphone type: In-ear
• Bluetooth version: 4.1
• Frequency range: 20Hz-20kHz
• Rated power: 6mW
• Sensitivity: 96db @ 1KHz
• Battery capacity: 360mAh
• Charging time: 1.5h

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