Noontec ZORO II HD Headphone Review
The Noontec Zoro II HD Bluetooth headphones come in a range of colours, you’ll in the red and black pair in the review video.
These are a glossy black style with red inner trim and are on ear headphones that are comfortable to wear.
As well as the Zoro II HD headphones you get a carry bag, a USB charging cable and an aux cable that can be used with non Bluetooth sources or where you can’t power these on such as with in flight entertainment systems.
The headphones are foldable but when folding they make a rather horrible cracking sound and it feels like you’re breaking them.
They come with NFC for pairing, or you can pair via the traditional bluetooth menu. A nice feature is that rather than indicative beeps you actually get spoken status updates, for example to let you know the headphones have been paired or disconnected.
Controls are situated on each headphones and there is a discrete status indication light.
Volume is decent and the sound quality is good, but for the price it’s a little disappointing, you can get a similar sound quality, if not a little better, from lower cost headphones Such as The August EP650 or the Coredy BASE-2 headphones.
The design does do a good job of keeping the headphones in place on your head even when you’re having a bit of a crazy dance around and it does so without clamping the Zoro IIs to your head in an uncomfortable manner.
An OK pair of headphones, but a pair that feels overpriced against the competition.