Cleer Audio Enduro 100

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Available in Stingray Grey or Coronado Sand these Bluetooth 5.0 headphones offer the Qualcomm QCC3034 chipset , a 800mAh battery allowing 100 hrs of playback, Google fast connect 2.0 and Cleer's patented 40-mm Ironless drivers, AAC and aptX HD/LL support, USB type-C, plush pads and great looking design.
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Latest reviews

Pros: Build quality, light wieght excellent battery life and comfort. USB-C and a Pleasant sounding signature.
Cons: No dedicated 3.5 jack but adapter included , no hard case but pouch.
At the time of this review I have unsuccessfully been able to deplete the enduros battery using it for over a week now.
Build quality is excellent and a similar shape to the Cleer's Flow but a lighter build.
Comfortable for the very long listening sessions I've had it with this headphone.
I'm grateful that nothing was in at the time so I could devote everything to this device.

You know right off the bat that the Enduro does have a little more low-end then the Flow but is still balanced through the mids and highs following the Harmon curve with a superbly smooth L shaped signature, the Enduro 100 had good details with the nice punchy Bass that didn't encroach upon the mids. Soundstage is pretty good for a closed back as well with a decent width.

I found it to be both a comfortable and competent Bluetooth headphone from Cleer audio. 20191016_101523_HDR.jpg
My thanks to Cleer for the review sample.
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