Audiofly has really impressed us with their in-ear headphones. We first took a look at their high-end AF78’s then moved down to the AF56’s and now we are taking a look at the AF45’s. These sit right above Audiofly’s entry-level AF33’s, so they are two steps down from the top of the line AF78’s. Audiofly tells us that the AF45’s deliver clear, honest tones. They have well defined mids that groove with a punchy bass and blend with stunning highs that chime like a church bell. At only $35 these fit into the budget of most people, let’s see if they are for you.
Special thanks to Audiofly for providing us with the AF45 In-Ear Headphones to review.
Driver type: 11mm dynamic driver
Magnet type: Neodymium,
Frequency range: 18-20 kHz
Sensitivity: 118dB at 1 kHz
Impedance: 16 Ohms
Cable length: 1.2m / 47in
Plug type: 3.5mm gold plated
The AF45’s come in a nice retail package. The front lists some of the main features like the custom voiced dynamic driver, noise isolating, Audioflex cable, and storage pouch.
Flipping the package over to the back there is an opening so you can get a look at the headphones before you buy them. Also some of the main features are listed in detail.
Getting everything out of the box you have the AF45 headphones, 3 extra ear tips (giving you four total), a carrying pouch, and user’s guide.
For a full unboxing and overview of the AF45’s be sure to check out our video below.