The Mu6 Ring is open-ear, Bluetooth audio, behind the head, mic equipped, band-style headphones that fit above the neck. Band-style as in configuration, not as in Dave Matthews, Led Zeppelin, or Aerosmith. The band holds the small speakers in front of the ears which makes this device unique.
Mu6. See what they did with that brand name? Could this set be your new music listening device? The Mu6 open ear headphones have a unique design but how do they sound compared to in-ear and over the ear designs?
These lightweight, band style headphones intrigued me as they are the first I’ve seen that put the sound source in front of the ear. Notice there are small, rectangular ports which I assumed were speakers, but they face forward, in front of the ear. And as best as I can discern those ports are not where most of the sound comes from, so I’m trusting the engineers with their purpose. These headphones work best if worn as pictured on the box.
here is one multi-function control switch on the right side of the band just before the sound module. The forward part of the rocker does up volume or advance to next track, and the back half is for down volume or previous track.
I quickly discovered that if I pressed the dash mark too hard to pair or turn the device on or off, nothing happened. A gentle press is needed but no more than that.
I found on and off even easier than described in the directions. ‘On’ is achieved by a gentle press on the dash mark until a voice says ‘Power on’. It next says ‘Connected’ if the device was previously paired. To turn off, hold the dash mark until the voice says ‘Power off’. Simple.
To answer a phone call, single press the dash mark. And a single press ends a phone call.
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