Usage & Testing
I have been using the AF45’s as my main set of in-ear headphones for the past few weeks. So I use them with my laptop, mobile device, and tablet.
One of the most important things with any type of headphones is how comfortable they are. Even if the sound is amazing you are not going to want to wear something that is not comfortable. The silicon eat tips that come with the AF45’s fit into my ears pretty easily and once inside the headphones felt rather light. These are much smaller than the AF56 or AF78’s. While the headphones were pretty comfortable, after wearing them for about an hour I found them to be a little irritating and had to take them off and put them back on. I don’t know if it was just my ears or what, but I did not experience this with the other two Audiofly in-ear headphones I reviewed.
When it comes to sound once again I was very impressed. Audiofly definitely knows how to engineer in-ear headphones that sound great. I like a wide variety of music so I listened to quite a lot when testing these headphones. The AF45’s excel with lows and mids, while the highs seem to be a bit distorted. This is definitely evident when listening to electronic music. Overall though the AF45’s do have great full sound and once again not an overpowering bass like we see on so many in-ear headphones.