Audiofly AFT2 Review – Based in Perth, Western Australia, Audiofly has been developing audio technology and applying it to both their product lines, Audiofly Pro and Audiofly Headphones.
And they just recently released their second true wireless model called AFT2 which we will be reviewing today.
What is in the box?
- AFT2 earpieces (left + right)
- AFT2 charge case
- 3 sets of dome silicone tips: 1x S, 1x M
- USB Type-C cable
- User Guide & Warranty information
Any other Colours?
- Granite (Black)
- Sand (Beige)
- Gum Leaf (Green)
- Sunset (Red)
What are the specs?
- Driver type: 6mm dynamic driver
- Total Playtime (inc charging case): 10(+25)hrs
- Charging case battery life: 25hrs
- Bluetooth compliance: Bluetooth® 5.0
- Codec Support: SBC, ACC, aptX
- Operating range: 20m
- AFT2 charge time: 90min
- Case charge time: 90min
- Charge type: USB Type-C
- Standby time: 200hrs
- Frequency range: 20-20 kHz
- Sensitivity: 99dB at 1kHz
- Impedance: 16 Ohms
- Water-resistance level: IPX-5
Are they easy to pair?
Yes, they are easy to pair. I just switched on my Bluetooth and scan for a new device, and pair them up. Voila! It’s done.
How do they sound?
I’ve been using these mainly for music and they sound pretty impressive, mid-tone is clear and quite bassy too for Hip Hop lovers. The AFT2 supports both aptX and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding).
By the way, aptX is a technology made by Qualcomm that compresses and then decompresses audio as it travels from a source device like a phone to a receiving device like a wireless speaker, in a way that it can be transmitted over Bluetooth without damaging the quality. This ensures that you get the very most from your audio.
Plus you get the CVC noise-cancelling technology (developed by Qualcomm). CVC is the answer to the inevitable problem of noise pollution. The Clear Voice Capture (CVC) technology is used for noise cancelling and enhancing selective listening. If you are working in a noisy environment, walking in along the CBD with its never-ending construction, or playing sports, you can choose what to listen to and have a quiet conversation on your phone.
How’s the battery?
When fully charged, Audiofly AFT2 has up to 10 hours of usage and with the charging case, you get 25 hours extra which equates to 35 hours in total. That is a mind-blogging figure, I must say.
Are they comfortable?
Yes, they ergonomically fit into my ears and they won’t easily fall off from any sudden movement.
How’s the control?
You control these earbuds easily using touch control to play, pause, or skip. So it’s a tick from me.
Are they water-resistant?
Yes, the AFT2 is rated as IPX5 which means it can resist a sustained, low-pressure water spray.
Audiofly AFT2 Review Verdict
I’d recommend the Audiofly AFT2 True Wireless In-Ear Headphones if you’re in the market for a new pair of wireless earbuds and value sound quality. They are available at Store DJ, Mannys Music stores, and also at Amazon.com.au for AU$199.99 RRP at the time of writing.
Disclosure: Audiofly AFT2 review sample was supplied for reviewing but all opinions are mine
Audiofly AFT2 Review
- Great sound quality
- Colourful option
- Bluetooth v5.0
- The case is way too big to put in your pocket.