LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 comes with a wonderful design, very comfortable to wear, with a stylish charging case, and it is equipped with a feature to kill bacteria that live on the network of the speakers in the earphones.
- Bacteria-killer charging case
- Comfortable fit
- Distorted sound quality
- Three times the beeping frequencies
The LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 earphones are very stylish and modern headphones,
as they have a very unique and useful feature, especially in light of the conditions the world is going through due to the emerging virus,
as they have an increased protection feature against pathogens.
It also comes with a UV charging case that LG says can kill “up to 99.9%” of the bacteria on the buds’ speaker grille, which is cool by all accounts.
The design of the wireless earbuds (LG Tone Free HBS-FN6) is very simple,
Although they do not provide noise canceling features,
but we have many other features, for example, they are lightweight and comfortable to wear.
It is also made of silicone ear covers, which makes you feel comfortable,
in addition to the IPX4 water resistance rating that makes it suitable for use during exercise, and it has good connectivity through Bluetooth 5.
|Microphones||Two dual MEMS mics with noise reduction/echo cancellation in each earbud|
|Water resistance||IPx4 rating|
|Battery life||Up to 6 hours of play with charging case providing another 12 hours of music playback|
|Wireless connectivity||Bluetooth 5.0|
|Earbud weight||5.4 grams each|
Design (Lightweight, Sleek, Comfortable)
LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 Headphones have soft buds and are lightweight, have a glossy finish on the cases, and have a matte finish on the earbuds that are sensitive to touch.
Headphones LG Tone Free only has two colors, black and white, they are very similar to Apple AirPods Pro, with prominent earbuds and silicone ear tips.
You can also choose from three sizes provided by the headphones for the ear tips in the box, so that they are more comfortable when wearing them.
As for the charging case, it has a lightweight, round design and a top cover, so you can easily put it in your pocket when not in use.
The front of the charging case has a small LED indicator that gives you an indication of the remaining battery life, while the USB-C charging port can be found on the back.
Headphones provide the most benefit during the current Covid-19 pandemic, as they are able to kill 99.9% of the bacteria on the speaker network in headphones.
But we can see how reassuring this feature can be for those who frequently share their earphones with others.
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Performance (Audio, Bass)
The LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 in-ear headphones are loud and clear, but not what we were expecting,
as we did several tests, and we listened to the song Crazy in Love, and the sound was clear as it contained a clear mix.
However, the rest of the devices were a muddy sound that made it difficult to choose different instruments.
As for the bass, the bass frequencies tended to overwhelm the rest of the sound, and for the trebles, they sometimes sounded a little annoying.
As for the LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 piano sound, clear and bright, the guitar lines wrapped like a fugue around Connor Obrest’s grumpy voice, although the whistling sound was still annoyingly persistent.
And when experimenting with headphones when playing clean pop music,
for example in a Rockstar song, the bass sounded at first tight and dominant,
but LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 started to bleed at other frequencies as the chorus rose.
In the beginning, the coordinated supportive sounds were very good,
but with the introduction of more machines, the sound became a little confused,
and we found that LG’s free ringtones sounded more clear and detailed.
IPX4, Battery Life, Controls
LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 earbuds have an IPX4 water resistance rating,
and this is very good as you can wear them while exercising without worrying that a little sweat will damage them,
and you can walk in the rain comfortably, but you definitely cannot take them for a swim.
As for the controls of the headphones, they are sensitive to touch, located in the upper part of the trunk of the ear; With it, you can use it to turn on or off your music, and you can adjust the volume, answer phone calls, and other features.
But these controls can be a little tricky, and you have to get familiar with their boxes first.
As for battery life, the LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 earbuds provide about six hours of battery life,
and you can get an additional 12 hours in the wireless charging case; And a quick charge will give you about five minutes a full hour.
But this is not good, as you will get a total of 18 hours less than what you get from many of the best true wireless headphones available on the market these days.
Thanks to Bluetooth 5, we tested and found that the pairing of the LG Tone Frees headphones with the Nokia 7.2 was so seamless that we didn’t experience any annoying interruptions in the connection while using them.
LG Tone Free headphones have a great feature, which is that they can kill up to 99.9% of the bacteria that live on the network of the headphones’ speakers, as they contain the smart UV technology.
The LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 Headphones are great for pairing with your smartphone or tablet, thanks to their high-quality Bluetooth 5 connectivity.
The main goal of the headphones is to provide pure sound, and unfortunately the sound provided by LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 is a little disappointing, not what we expected.
The AirPods Pro are supposed to have noise cancellation, but you won’t find any smarts from ANC here.