August EP750 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

Today I will bring you a review of a model that you may or may not have heard about, the August EP750, which is already a consolidated model on the market and have very nice reviews on many marketplaces. The August EP750 is a very cheap model considering it is a wireless model and has active noise cancelling technology. (click on the button below to see the updated price).

Now, enough of the introductions, let us get to the review.


If you have a 20$ headphone from china you will instantly notice the big difference. The quality of the bass and vocals will feel awesome to you, but let me tell you something, it can be even better and considering this is a noise cancelling model, the August EP750 will surprise will with the vocal quality and deep bass response. The bass is strong where it needs to be and respects the boundaries of the mids and highs, providing a nice harmony experience.

Also, make sure to get the right fit, this will improve your experience immensely, expanding the soundstage and the bass quality.


Design and Durability

If you look closer, you can see that the ear pads are made entirely of plastic, but sometimes, there’s not much of a difference between plastic and aluminum when it comes to durability. If we have a good quality plastic, it will be as durable as the metal ones. We should note that the August EP750 is also foldable, and in combination with being wireless, makes it a very portable model.

Luckily for us, this headphone received a good attention to details and if you are careful, you should not have any problems at all.

Comfort and Fit

Fit and comfort on an earbud relies upon a good design, but mostly on the number of ear tips offered, since each ear is different, but when it comes to headphones, it is very different, and the comfort is entirely dependent on the ear pads material and the headband design. And both are of very nice quality on the August EP750, so we are good here.

Accessories and Extras

The August EP750 has no extra colors, unfortunately, only the black standard one. The company does not offer many extras, the headphone has a mic and inline controls, NFC pairing, and only the necessary cables to charge the headphone. If you want a case, you have to add 10 bucks to acquire one, bad move by the company in my humble opinion.


  • Bluetooth: v4.1
  • NFC: On left ear piece
  • aptX: Enabled
  • Operating Range: Up to 10m
  • Noise reduction level:-18DB
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-20KHz
  • Speaker Output: 20mW
  • Distortion: ≤1.0% Battery: 3.7V/270mAh Li-ion
  • SNR: ≥85dB
  • Standby Time: 540 Hours
  • Working Time: 15 Hours
  • Charging Time: 3 Hours
  • Weight: 235g
  • Dimensions: 200 x 180 x 65mm

Pros and Cons


  • Clear Vocals
  • Active Noise Cancelling
  • Wireless
  • Deep bass


  • Highs could be better



The August EP750 is a great model if you are looking for a cheap wireless solution with active noise cancelling . The bass is really strong and will please all the bass heads out there as well as the ones that love vocals. It is also made of high-quality materials, so if you are careful you will enjoy these for a very long time. Make sure to click the button below to check the updated price.


Stay Tuned!


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