Geekcases is an Indian based company which deals in mobile devices accessories and IoT products and this company recently introduced its sub-brand ‘ Bass Evolution ‘ with aim of good quality audio products at affordable price. The Bass Evolution recently launched its latest Bluetooth headphones called ‘ Bass Evolution Latitude ‘ in the Indian market. And here I present you a full review of these headphones. So let’s check out the review to see if this is the wireless headset you are looking for.
Geekcases Bass Evolution Latitude Specification
- Type: On-Ear
- Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth 5.0
- Speaker Driver Size: 40 mm Driver (Dual)
- Sensitivity : 97 dB +/- 3dB
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
- Charging Input: Micro USB
- Wireless Range : 10m / 33 feet
- Noise Cancellation : Passive / CVC 6.0
- Battery: 6 hours (Playback)
- Charging time: 2 hours
What comes out of the box
The box is made out of thin cardboard and has a transparent window, offering a peek at headphones inside. The quality of the box is really good and offer a premium impression. Inside the box, the company provide user manual and decent quality micro USB cable with headphone. The company also provides AUX cable that you can use to attach with your device and headphone to listen just like any other normal wired headphone.
Design and Build Quality
As far as the design and build quality go, the Bass Evolution Latitude is really good on both side. The design of these Geekcases headphones is very simple and practical. Company didn’t add any extra unnecessary colour, branding and finishing. The dark grey & black colour and combination and CD texture design on earcaps offer enough style to these headphones.
The most noticeable thing about the Geekcases Bluetooth headphones is the choice of good quality material. Company used good quality plastic and soft materials to make these headphones, which is good compared to the price. The yoke is made of aluminium and a foam overlay on the headband is covered with textured artificial leather up to the ear cups, which offers a quite premium feel.
In terms of usability, There are three multifunction buttons behind the left ear cup which works for calls and music controls. Near the buttons, an LED indicator indicate you about connectivity and charging. You will also find the AUX port and micro USB charging port on the left side.
Comfort & Microphone
The headphone offers very decent comfort with good quality cushion pads. I am quite impressed with the quality of cushion pads, it’s very soft, and that’s why you can easily wear these headphones for a long period. You can also adjust the height of the headband according to your requirement. And the best part is that the inner side of the headband is also covered with soft material, which offers a more comfortable experience.
The Bass Evolution Latitude has a good quality inbuilt microphone that lets you do video or audio calls, you can use your headphones to receive calls or redial numbers.
Connectivity & Controls
The Latitude comes with Bluetooth 5.0 and it easily connects to almost every modern device. It doesn’t support aptX for high-quality audio, which is a major disappointment, but don’t worry, its latest Bluetooth version (5.0) offers a good quality sound compared to the previous version. The range of reception is great with no interruption in less than 15-20 meters of distance from the source.
The Bass Evolution Latitude promises to deliver up to 6 hours of audio playback on medium volume and I were able to squeeze around 5 hours of continuous music playback from the headphones with some short calls in between. Overall, with an average usage of two hours per day, you can easily use these headphones for alist 2-3 days.
Coming to the most important part of the headphones — the audio quality. It has 40 mm drivers with a frequency response rating of 20 Hz – 20 kHz which produce fair sound quality. One thing to understand about these headphones is that they’re not aimed at audiophiles and bass-heads. These headphones are aimed at anyone who looking budget-friendly Bluetooth Headphones with balanced sound. The Overall audio output of these headphones is very loud and clear. The bass is also good, it’s very deep and clear. And the best part is that the headphone does not fade other sounds like most of the bass heads headphones does.
The vocal sound is also good, but the treble sound is on the high side, which is very unclear on high volume. But if you reduce the volume to a medium level, then it will sound OK. So oveall, sound out of these headphones is quite good compared to the price. But If you looking for headphones with heavy bass, then these headphones are not for you.
The Bass Evolution Latitude is a decent headset that has a solid build and decent design. It scores in terms of offering good functionality and audio quality. Overall, Bass Evolution Latitude is really value for money Bluetooth headphones which you can buy under 1500 Rs. more info please check full review video on my Youtube channel Geekman.