MO Electronics – MOOH-BE00BT – Bluetooth Fun
MOOH-BE00BT, or MZero as we’ll name it throughout this review for the sake of being able to write the review, is an amazing headphone at just 130$, which has beryllium drivers, and APT-X Bluetooth abilities.
MOOH BE00BT can be bought here: https://goo.gl/SezPzV
MO Electronics, the company behind MZero is not known at all. In fact, I had no idea who they were and what their product was before reading about it and before a company representative approached me. At the moment of writing this review, the official website doesn’t look very good, and many artistic assets look quite old and misplaced, so I gathered more information about MO Electronics before I started writing this review.
I studied their interaction with their customers, and read a lot more about MO Electronics to be able to say that they are a good company with healthy ethics and a good customer support in the long run. It can be hard being a newcomer to the audio industry, but if they keep up the good work, I think MO electronics will be able to gain a lot of traction with audiophiles form all over the world. It should be noted that at this moment you can only buy MZero in USA, and they are not available to the rest of the world, but they have plans on including worldwide shipping soon.
It should be noted that I have absolutely no affiliation with MO, I am not receiving any incentive for this review or to sweeten things out. This review is not sponsored nor has been paid for by MO or anyone else. I’d like to thank MO for providing the sample for the review. The sample was provided along with MO’s request for an honest and unbiased review. This review will be as objective as it is humanly possible, and it reflects my personal experience with MZero / . Every opinion expressed is mine and I stand by it, the purpose of this review is to help those interested in MZero find their next music companion.
First things first, let’s get the packaging out of the way:
Mzero is packaged nicely in a medium-sized white box, with a beautiful render on the outside. They keep mentioning the fact that they have large beryllium drivers, which is a key to their sound. The main box they ship Mzero in is filled with a nice material to keep them from harm as well.
The headphones come in a pleather hard carry case, of very good size. It is very ergonomic to keep them in a backpack, while they are in their case. Within the case you can find a proper cable for connecting them to a single-ended 3.5mm source, along with USB cables for charging them. Since MZero are Bluetooth Headphones, you can use them in combination with any Bluetooth capable device, and what is really nice, is that they also work with APT-X capable devices.
The carrying case is quite nice all-around and it offers enough protection for MZero, and the number of accessories included is enough to make best usage of them. While other headphones also come with spare pads, and other extras, we’re talking about a 130$ Headphone, so the number of accessories is more than okay for this price range, many sub 200$ headphones not coming with carry cases and other extras.
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