Samsung Level On Wireless Pro Review
We have another pair of headphones in our hands and this time, it’s from Samsung. As the name suggests, the Level On Wireless Pro boasts wireless connectivity while having noise cancellation and other features that should give you your tech fix. Is it a friendly device for everyone? Find out in this review.
Design and Construction
The Level On Wireless Pro comes in two colors — bronze and black. Obviously, what we have here is the former and the first thing anyone would notice is its shiny pearlescent finish. The next would be its white cushions, which give the device a two-tone affair going on. This specific color arrangement makes the headphones look quite elegant.
Printed on the outer side of the cup is the model name surrounded by a chrome lining that highlights the general form factor. There are a lot of smooth curves, here, and no corners.
Just like a typical pair of cans, the arm is adjustable to fit different users. The Samsung branding sits timidly at the edge.
At the right side is where you’ll see all the physical toggles. Here we can activate the device by placing the switch in the middle area. Pushing it further would then activate its Bluetooth connectivity. We also see the switch for turning on its ANC (Active Noise Cancellation).
The positioning of these controls at the rear of the right cup is easy to reach and feels natural to do, so that’s a good thing.
Under the left cup, we have the 3.5mm audio jack if you want to go wired, but do keep in mind that the Level On Wireless Pro naturally has a wireless design. Still, if your battery runs out, it’s reassuring to know that you have a backup cable — although of course, you lose the noise cancellation feature.
On the other side is a micro-USB port for charging its built-in 485mAh Li-Ion battery.
The headband is cushioned with foam wrapped in perforated faux leather similar to the appearance of the Galaxy S5’s rear from 2014.
The outer side of the headband is plain and without any markings or accents. This creates a plain/minimalist feel and could both be a good or bad thing. I, personally, like it.
The arms also fold inwards to make it travel-friendlier. Overall, the plastic-dominated headphones are not that heavy but not too light either. The entire form factor is also pretty flexible and could withstand light bends without feeling flimsy.
Out of the box, the package includes the Level On Wireless Pro, a carrying pouch, microUSB cable, and 3.5mm audio cable.