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Aiwa Prodigy Air 2: Cult sound quality in new?

Just recently the Aiwa Prodigy Air In-Ears were released and already the audio brand delivers the successor edition with the Prodigy Air 2. A good reason to turn on the light in the test lab and take a closer look at the wireless earplugs.

If Aiwa doesn’t tell you anything, you can be sure that the brand has an impressive history behind it. Pioneering work in the field of cassette recorders was carried out under her name. Even though the former Japanese company itself no longer exists, the licenses for its products were purchased a few years ago by US brand collector River West Brands. Under the new old brand, the company intends to build on the successes of the previous company with audio accessories.

The Aiwa Prodigy Air 2 are a good opportunity to find out if this has been successful in this case. Therefore we have put the TWEs through their paces.

Technical data

Design In-Ears
Frequency range 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Driver 6 mm
Battery life 6 hours (rechargeable three times with charging case)
Loading time 1.5 hours
Dust and water protection IPX5
Connectivity Bluetooth 5.0
Range 10 meter
IP standard IPX5
Battery 50 mAh per Earbud, 600 mAh charging case
Price € 49.00*

External changes

After removing the earplugs from the charging case, the first thing you notice is the changed design. The look, which is still quite old-fashioned with the first model, is a thing of the past. The Prodigy Air 2 is smaller and has a more refined feel. A large, almost square shape gives way to a Tic-Tac shape in elegant matt black.

So the new True Wireless Earbuds from Aiwa can also keep up with Apple and Co. in terms of design. In terms of workmanship and material, the previous model has already established itself among the big ones. Especially the many earpieces are to be emphasized positively.

The charging case has also become smaller and now fits even better into the bag. This is also worthwhile, as it ensures that the earplugs can be charged at least three times before the case itself has to be connected to the power supply. A small magnet provides the necessary stability in the case so that it does not accidentally pop up. Even rough jerks, such as jogging, do not cause the case to open. The in-ears are also magnetically held in the case and are absolutely secure so that they cannot slip out of the holder.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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