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  • Cheryl Tan

Oppo Enco Air 2 Pro Review: Great Earbuds Under $100!

Oppo’s audio offerings have always been pretty decent, and they continue that trend with these new earbuds.

We have the Oppo Enco Air 2 Pro earbuds with us today, and at S$119 or approximately US$85, these are pretty good value for money.


So let’s talk design first. These come in grey or white, and we have the grey version with us. It’s a very interesting design, by the way, with this transparent covering over the lid. Oppo calls this their bubble case, so yeah. It refracts light, resulting in a rainbow effect in certain lighting. Quite nice.

There’s a charging LED under the lid and a USB-C charging port on the bottom. No wireless charging here, unfortunately.

Open the lid and you get to the earbuds. The first thing you’ll see is the cutouts for the left and right indicator on the shells, and while it does look interesting, I’m worried about dirt falling in through the holes, so that’s something to keep in mind.

Inside the earbuds, you get 12.4mm titanium coated diaphragms, which is pretty large and the sound is definitely more impactful for it, but more on that later. The earbuds sit snugly in the ear and they’re quite comfortable.

Touch Controls

Moving on to touch controls, a single tap controls play/pause, while a double tap on the left skips track backwards and double tap on the right to skip tracks forwards. That being said, this is customisable in the app, so if you don’t like these touch controls, you can tweak them slightly, although it’s not customisable to the point of Sennheiser’s offerings. A long tap and hold toggles between ANC and transparency. There’s also an option for long touch and hold, but seeing as it’s either volume up, volume down or switching between connected devices and not a true volume control, I just left it off.

As for the app, you’ll need to download the HeyMelody app for touch control customisation, firmware updates and more. It’s a pretty simple app, you can toggle between ANC modes here, turn on Game mode for low latency, customise touch controls and change the EQ through the Enco Live sound effects. It’s not a true EQ in the traditional sense, it’s either just a bass bump or treble bump, but yeah.

Microphone Quality

Coming to mic quality, these are alright. In windier environments, they struggle a bit, but there is a bit of background noise cancellation that helps to muffle cafe noise and the likes.

ANC Performance

When it comes to ANC performance, it’s really quite decent. It removes train rumble and the likes quite effectively, although voices do still come through a tad. With music playing though, it’s a non-issue. The transparency mode is fine as well, nothing amazing but it works.


These run on Bluetooth 5.2 and support the SBC and AAC codecs. No issues with stuttering or drop outs, and there’s IP54 dust and water resistance so perfectly fine for exercise.

Battery Life

As for battery life, Oppo claims 7 hours in the earbuds with a total of 28 hours when you include the case. Pretty good in my opinion, and I did get around six and a half hours or so typically. Now back to your regularly scheduled programming.

Sound Quality

As for sound, you hear the impact from the 12.4mm driver quite immediately. The bass is weighty and powerful, and the earbuds do get quite loud as well. Mids are clean with very detailed instruments, and vocals are a touch more forward, which is fantastic. The treble does have sufficient energy and air, although I’d have liked a bit more sparkle, but that’s my personal preference. Bumping the volume up to around 50-ish% does help in this regard, but the earbuds are a bit too loud for comfort at that point.

The soundstage is actually wider than I expected and listening to tracks that require a bit more air and positioning is very pleasant on these earbuds.

All in all, these are great earbuds at this price point. Effective ANC, powerful audio and the price is just the cherry on top.

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