Yeah, guys… looks like Syllable and Blitzwolf really like to compete!
After all, we’ve already reviewed some “twin” earphones from these brands here on the channel.
Find out now if they are also similar in quality:
Syllable WD1100: design, construction and battery
It’s impossible to talk about the WD1100 without mentioning its huge resemblance to the Blitzwolf BW-FYE15.
Yes, everything is the same here, apart from the wonderful metallic blue color that this Syllable brings.
Well, just like its design brother, the Syllable WD1100 has a really nice charging base that slides up.
In addition, this base has an excellent matte finish to ensure greater durability to the product, and it also has a USB Type-C input for faster and more efficient charging.
And we don’t even need to say that these earphones are also the same, right?
In fact, it appears to be the same product, as the only noticeable differences are the brand and color.
And despite having a body the same size as the “twin”, this model carries a larger battery and delivers 5 hours of continuous music playback.
But unfortunately, there is no information about the water resistance protection of this earphone, so we believe it to be the ipx4.
Syllable WD1100: how to pair with smartphone?
The Syllable WD1100 has the Master-Slave function, that is, it has an automatic and simultaneous connection.
Therefore, just remove the earphones from the base and they connect to each other and become available in the Bluetooth list. Then just confirm the connection.
Oh, and even if you keep one of the earphones in the base, the other one will still work!
Syllable WD1100: Functions
– 1 tap: pause/unpause
– 3 right taps: skip music
– 3 left taps: back music
Functions during call:
– 1 tao: answer/end
– 2 taps: decline call
Syllable WD1100: Fixation
And we put this earphone to the test during high-performance sports!
In our test where we simulated a race, the Syllable WD1100 demonstrated an excellent hold, in addition to being very comfortable.
So you can use this earphone without fear while taking a run down the street!
Syllable WD1100: Audio Test, Microphone Test and Delay Test
Yeah, guys… we have to confess that we didn’t expect so much power from the Syllable WD1100!
During our sound quality test, this earphone delivered an excellent stereo effect with clear tones and super powerful bass.
Also, it has a very high volume level that doesn’t blow out the tones when it’s maxed out.
But in the lag test, the Syllable WD1100 didn’t do so well.
When tested on an entry-level smartphone, it delivered a sound delay of around 0.5 seconds, which you would expect from a Bluetooth 5.0.
This delay is much more noticeable during shooting sequences, so we don’t recommend it for those who enjoy FPS games.
But if you have a more advanced smartphone, the delay will certainly be much smaller.
And to close with a flourish, we did our long-awaited microphone test!
Well, we can’t say that the microphone of the Syllable WD1100 is perfect, as it is a little low.
However, it delivers virtually noise-free or muffled audio, so it’s a great microphone for making phone calls at home or even participating in an online match.
Syllable WD1100: is it worth it?
Yes, it’s worth it!
The Syllable WD1100 delivers enviable sound quality and even guarantees greater autonomy than its competitor.
Speaking of which, it also outperforms its twin in the delay aspect, as the sound feedback is a little more synchronized on this model.
And finally, despite not being perfect, it brings microphones that surpass some brands out there!