Are the Creative Outlier Golds the best low priced wireless earphones from 2019

What are the Creative Outlier Golds?

The Creative Outlier Golds are the next development in the absolutely solid wireless Earbud line of Creative. With a price of just under 100 GBP, you are a pretty cost-effective alternative to Samsung Galaxy Buds and some of Sony’s price-conscious options.

Why should I buy them?

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The obvious sales arguments are the 14-hour battery life with a battery charge (although it is more than 10-12) and the favorable price for such a high-quality all-round kit. In contrast to most wireless earducers, I find them pretty decent or at least not plump. They protrude a good deal from their ears, which is not everyone’s thing, but I do not feel stupid to carry them in public. Your mileage can vary.

The quality of workmanship is impressive as soon as they have overcome the plastic feeling of the earphones. With water and welding resistance and a variety of different large earplugs, they move approximately at the level of other earplugs with similar prices.

The audio quality is generally okay (later more), and you can get a bit more out of them by tinkering with the settings in the free Super X-Fi app.

If you already own the Outlier Air, an upgrade to the gold is not necessarily useful, but for those looking for a few wireless earphones for beginners, the Creative Outlier Golds offer almost the entire package.

Why should I skip her?

The Bluetooth connectivity of the gold can be a bit unreliable from time to time and seemingly random. You should offer a wireless range of up to 10 meters, which honestly sounds right, but the random skip is always an immediate problem.

Audiophile will undoubtedly find some elements of your sound quality that you can complain about. They tend to shine with bass-filled melodies, but fight with sounds that should feel more natural. For example, acoustic instruments are not particularly good. For the price, however, you will have difficulty find a much better, more constant sound quality.

Although the quality of workmanship is generally solid, but it is reduced by the stiff buttons on the left and right earphones. These make the pausing or performing other basic functions regularly to a slight pain. Sure, you will get used to you over time, but it’s not fun to jump into the ear to quickly change the volume – the touch functionality is the right way.

To make it short…

The Creative Outlier Golds are a solid, inexpensive option for budget-conscious among us. In my opinion, they look much better than most of today’s wireless earphones, the quality of work is decent, the sound quality is basically as good as you get it for a price under 100 GBP, and the 14-hour battery life is more than you Probably ever need. Serious audiophiles should inspire themselves for something more expensive, but their average citizen will not find too compliment here.

You will find it from now on Creative.com to buy.