Bluedio Model R Revolution 8 tracks headphone is solidly built with solar finishes on the side. Similar to the style of Bluedio, the control pad for the headset can be located at the side of the headset. There is the usual volume up and down controller and then the skip forward and back functions as well.
The design of the Bluedio Model R Revolution 8 tracks headphone is pretty similar to the Bluedio Model R+ wherein there’s the inner bedding, the solid and glossy finish as well as the over-ear design of the headphones.
The headphones are foldable and the hinging system of it is as good as it gets well. Going over to how long the headset lasts, the headset is promised to last around 20 hours talk or music play time with up to 325 hours ultra long strong standby time. The headset is chargeable using a micro USB. Charging time should be around 3-4.5 hours.
Similar to the Bluedio Model R+, the headphone also supports the plug and play function of a micro SD card and as mentioned in the title, this is completely wireless and operates via Hi-Fi and Bluetooth that can operate with up to 30-65 feet in between your smartphone and the headset.
To discern between the Bluetooth connected player or the SD mp3 player mode of the headset, the light at the side of the headphone changes from blue to green when on SD card and vice versa for the Bluetooth connected player.
However, if you find that a connection with a device like a stereo where bluetooth is impossible, there is also another option available where you can plug and play using a standard 3.5 mm audio cable.
The Bluedio Model R Revolution 8 tracks headphone is a deep rich bass similar to the R+ model and should give you that feel of music enveloping your senses.
As all Bluedio headsets, the Bluedio Model R Revolution is aimed at those who are looking for a cordless and sophisticated pair of headphones with high-tech features but don’t want to spend a fortune.