Padmate – a rising headphone manufacturer from China might not be known to everyone here. Nevertheless, or maybe because of that, we have a product from the quite broad product range in our test today – the “Pamu Quiet”. These are true wireless in-ear headphones with active noise cancelling. How they performed in our test, you can read here.
|ANC||40 dB, hybrid|
|Scope of delivery||Charging case, USB-C to USB-A charging cable, headphones, additional earbuds, strap|
Scope of delivery and design
The headphones are delivered in a visually high-quality, white packaging. After opening it, you will also find a USB charging cable, more earbuds, instructions, a small pouch and a carrying strap in addition to the charging case.
The charging case is a real eye-catcher. On the case, which visually resembles a pocket watch, there is an LED ring. This represents the charging status. This ring is embedded in black, rough plastic. Basically, this feels very high-quality and can be opened easily by pressing the upper pin. In everyday use, this is also firmly closed, so accidental opening is virtually impossible. There is a USB-C port on the side to charge the case.
Inside the case is the main product – the headphones. They are available in black and white. Visually, they don’t stand out – like some True Wireless headphones, they are relatively close in form factor to Apple‘s Airpods. The “stem” is decorated with Pamu lettering. Again, the workmanship is impressive – the edges are smooth, the ear rubber fits tightly, and the aesthetics are cohesive. There is also an LED on the headphones that indicates the pairing status.