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In-Ear by Ulf Kaiser 6 months ago

Mu6 Scenes Lifelike 2

In-ear headphones with integrated stereo microphone and USB-C interface

The Scenes Lifelike 2 model from Mu6 is an exciting product at an attractive price. They are wired in-ear headphones with the supplementary option of stereo recording via microphones integrated into the earbuds. This also explains their subtitle "Binaural VR/Dummy Head 3D-Recording Headsets".

4.3

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 1 year ago

Mu6 Space 2

Over-ear headphones with Bluetooth 5 and ANC

Behind fledgeling headphone manufacturer Mu6 is a Chinese development team who, by their own account, have years of experience in noise cancelling. You’d be right to be curious, as their new Space 2 model, modern over-ear headphones with Bluetooth 5, offer impressive functionality at an...

3.8

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In terms of sound, the Mu6 Scenes Lifelike 2 model is a good-sounding in-ear headphone that can hold its own in its price class. The basic sound is rich and open, and the wearing comfort impressive. The main selling point of the Scenes Lifelike 2 is that they can be used as a stereo microphone with dummy head placement of the microphones directly in the ear. In practice, this works with impressively fast and really great-sounding results. Of course, one should not expect perfect studio quality, but the results are simply great and a pretty sensational for the price. If you are someone who enjoys headphones that comes with this kind of added value then you should buy them. Mu6 follows in the footsteps of the Sennheiser Ambeo Smart Headset, which were originally on offer at 299 Euros. If you’re lucky, you can currently find these, their sole competitor, at a bargain price.

Ulf Kaiser
Ulf Kaiser 21. December 2020
Mu6 Scenes Lifelike 2

Mu6 succeeds with the Space 2, a noise-cancelling headphone with good sound quality and good wearing comfort. The noise cancelling is also efficient, and I would award the test device with a good price-performance ratio, as long as you’re not too bothered by the rather clumsy touch functions. The noise-cancelling works quite well in practice but could be optimised in the future by extending control in what is a rather too simplistic app.

At 200 euros, the Space 2 saves you between 70 and 80 euros compared to the top models from the top names Sony, Sennheiser and Bose. The Space 2 is definitely worth its purchase price, but at the same time you can anticipate a little fine-tuning in the future due to the proximity to the aforementioned competitors.

Ulf Kaiser
Ulf Kaiser 26. May 2020
Mu6 Space 2