Although the Enco W51 is all about the noise cancellation, Oppo has worked on the audio quality enough to make it sound pleasing. In fact, I will say the Enco W51 sounds possibly the best in its category. There is an inclination towards the bass but it does not end up spoiling the rest of the frequencies. The mids are strong with rich vocals while the highs are free of distortion. The low-end is done quite well as despite rendering thumping bass, I was able to hear the subtle guitar tunes. For example, in the “Dil Bechara” title track, the bassy parts did not drown the minor guitar tones and piano elements. Whether Bollywood or Hollywood titles, the Enco W31 impressed with its lively performance.
I, however, miss the normal and bass mode distinction from the Enco W31. The audio profile on the W51 falls in between and I would have liked some sort of customization on it. The W51 lacks a dedicated app to tweak the settings or change touch settings. I was able to change the touch settings with an Oppo Find X2 only during my usage.
The silicone eartips ensure decent passive noise isolation and in a closed room, it did dilute the ceiling fan noise. However, with active noise cancellation enabled, the Enco W51 cancels out the faint wind noises and running taps. Outdoors, the Enco W51 dampen a lot of bird-chirping, cars humming along the road, people having conversations, and footsteps. You will, however, get to hear horns, barking dogs and shouting people at times.
Surely, the Enco W51 falls short of the AirPods Pro’s ANC with regards to isolation. However, when you factor the price of Rs 4,999, it feels stupid to nitpick. For someone’s first exposure to active noise cancellation, the Enco W51 does a splendid job. Even for audiophiles, the ANC performance on the W51 is easily one of the best in the TWS category.
The AirPods-like design translates to good voice reception from the mic. My callers were able to hear me loud and clear, even while I was taking a stroll outdoors. The wear detection works nicely and I did not face any connection issues with my smartphone. The touch response was great although I would have liked to see volume controls here.
Oppo says the Enco W31 lasts up to 20 hours on a single charge with ANC enabled. My usage included a mix of ANC On and ANC Off daily for 1.5 hours on an average. This also included frequent calls spanning 10-15 minutes on an average. On the whole, I ended up hunting for the socket after every week. Full charging took close two hours with a fast USB-C charger. Additionally, you also have wireless charging in the case, which is a nifty touch.Buy The OPPO Enco W51 TWS Earphones Best Price Online from CELLULAR KENYA,Nairobi