ENACFIRE E20 Review Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

ENACFIRE E20 Review Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

Not long ago I reviewed the Enacfire E18 true wireless earbuds. Since my initial review, the Enacfire team has launched the Enacfire E19, Enacfire E20 Review, and Enacfire Future earbuds. Enquire has been in the lead to offer affordable true wireless earbuds since the company’s first launch of the E18. In this article, I break down the Enacfire E20’s design, comfort, sound quality, packaging, and accessories and also feature a quick comparison to other Bluetooth earbuds in the market. You can also check out our list of the best Bluetooth headphones under $100.

Enacfire E20 Review and Specs

Driver type: Dynamic
Driver size: 10mm
Headphone type: Closed-back/ In-Ear
Impedance: Unknown
Sensitivity: Unknown
Frequency response: 20Hz – 20000Hz
Headphone Connector: True wireless
Color options: Black
Headphone weight: 99.79g (without the charging case)
Battery Life: 3.5-4 hours for the earbuds and 88 hours charging case
Bluetooth version: 5.0

Looks and build quality

The plan of the Enacfire E20 Review is exceptionally basic, and earbuds look and feel extremely excellent. Not at all like the E18 or the E19, the Enacfire E20 is a little bigger, however, the plan actually makes the earbud an agreeable fit into the ear. Be that as it may, contrasted with the E18, the E20’s fabricate quality is as yet missing and could utilize a few enhancements.

The appearance of the earbuds is extraordinary, a thrilling matte dark lodging and a silver end cap that likewise goes about as a button. As I brought up before, the plan is basic and has elements no logo or any designs from Enacfire. For an individual moderate plan, this is a right earbud.

At the point when you consider Enacfire’s earbuds, most accompany a basic plan and furthermore incredible form quality. In all honesty, I can say something similar for the form nature of the enacfire e20 remote earbuds Bluetooth. In spite of the low value, this earbud doesn’t feel modest or unstable close by. Despite the fact that we didn’t perform crash tests as we did with the E18, we are really sure the earbud can endure a frightful fall.


The controls of the Enacfire E20 are a failure similar to their archetype the Enacfire E18. The respite, rewind, and sending choices are totally controlled from the earbuds in any case, they do not have a volume control/change on the earbud. While this probably won’t be an enormous issue, it would have been great to have a volume change component on the earbud. Going to your media player/telephone every so often to change the volume is simply irritating. Notwithstanding, on the off chance that you wouldn’t fret controlling the volume of the earbuds from your gadget, I would energetically suggest this earbud.

Aside from without a volume change system, in our tests, the single control button on each earbud functions admirably. A solitary snap on either earbud stops or continues a track or tune. When both earbuds are being used, a double-tap activity on the right earbud jumps to the following track while a double tap on the left earbud jumps to the past track or the start of the current track.

Battery Life

Genuine remote earbuds all accompany a charging case that includes an underlying battery. The charging case gives an extra charge to the earbud assuming the need emerges. The Enacfire E20 Review is no special case and highlights an accusing instance of an in-fabricated battery of 2600mAh. While the charging case packs sufficient ability to re-energize the earbuds a few times, the earbuds to pack sufficient ability to last you over 3hrs of kept listening experience.

The charging is greater, not normal for the conservative case that accompanies the Enacfire E18. Be that as it may, the charging case looks up-to-date and works similarly as Enacfire claims. The main thing that would come out as a failure would be the short charging link that makes it extremely awkward to connect the case to most places for charging.

Bluetooth Connectivity

The Enacfire E20 comes with the latest Bluetooth 5.0. Connectivity to a media playback device like a phone is very simple and seamless. Instructions on pairing and setting up the earbuds are clear and easy to understand.

The earbud is the master bud. Bluetooth 5.0 allows for a stable connection and longer connection distance than any previous Bluetooth version.

Because they are a little larger than the Enacfire E18, you might conclude that the E20 is less comfortable. While the Enacfire E18 was comfortable, the E20 with a slightly bigger size had a good fit and felt more balanced while wearing them. The bigger size provides a snug fit when you are exercising, and the different sized ear tips (3 pairs of ear tips) that come with the headphone make it easily customizable to your ear.

Running Use and Gym Use

Apart from providing a snug fit that makes it possible to use this earbud at the gym or while running, the E20 also offers a considerable amount of passive noise isolation to use in a noisy gym or outdoors. The earbuds are not waterproof but like their predecessors the E18 or E19, they are water-resistant to sweat and rain but don’t try swimming or submerging them completely in water.

The sound quality of headphones is always an important feature to look into when purchasing one. Of what use are earbuds or headphones if they sound awful? The good thing is that the Enacfire E20 Review does not disappoint when it comes to sound quality. So let’s break down the sound of this earbud.

Low-End (Bass)

Cheap and inexpensive headphones often have very muddy bass that makes it very hard to bring out the sound quality clearly. The E20 has a good bass response. The bass response might not be the best in the industry, but it certainly is ok to listen to.

High-End (Treble) and Mids

The very good quality and midrange sound result of this earbud is best named clear. Notwithstanding, lucidity is lost when paying attention to music that has weighty guitars and drums. The sound nature of the enacfire e20 remote earbuds Bluetooth appears to benefit while watching films, or for calls. When paying attention to music, the sound quality appears to debase, however, this will likewise rely upon the music classification you are paying attention to.

Microphone and Call Quality

For calls, the microphone of this earbud works well enough with very few cases of distortion and audio cutouts. Though call sound is good, the problem is you get sound from only the right earbud instead of both. However, this default feature can be changed to stereo mode to get the call sound out of both earbuds.

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The most conspicuous embellishment remembered for the Enacfire E20’s bundling would be the charging case. In spite of the case is enormous, it feels strong and very much constructed. The case holds the earbuds safely inside with magnets. The case accompanies two ports, one for charging and a USB out to charge a cell phone assuming the need emerges. The case has a bunch of 4 drove pointers on the front that show the charge level.

In the bundle, additionally included are a few ear tips, the enquire earbuds e20, an extremely short USB link, a guarantee card, and a guidelines/manual booklet. Aside from the adornments included, the general bundling is additionally exquisite and highlights an intense yellow box with the image of the earbuds.

What we like:

  • Nice fit and design
  • Easy pairing with a phone
  • Snug fit in-ear design

What we don’t:

  • No volume adjustment mechanism
  • A smaller and compact charging case would have been better

Comparison Table

Enacfire E2088 HoursPassive Noise CancellationNoIn-Ear3.52oz
Enacfire E1915 hoursPassive Noise CancellationNoIn-Ear1.72oz
Enacfire Future18 hoursPassive Noise CancellationYes – IPX5In-Ear2.13oz
Enacfire E1815 hoursPassive Noise CancellationNoIn-Ear3.35oz
Tozo T10 TWS12 hoursPassive Noise CancellationYes – IPX8In-Ear6.4oz
iKanzi Wireless Earbuds72 hoursPassive Noise CancellationYes – IPX7In-Ear0.16oz

Batt.* = Battery Life with Case Charges
Canc.* = Noise-Cancellation

1. Enacfire E20 vs. Enacfire E19

At the point when the Enacfire E19 dispatched on the lookout, it developed into ubiquity and turned into the following reasonable earbud later the E18. Physical and sound contrasts between the Enacfire E19 and the Enacfire earbuds e20 are plainly noticeable. The E19 arrives in a smaller/pocket size charging case while the E20’s charging case is greater and presumably a bother to certain clients. Nonetheless, an enormous accusing case happens for its potential benefits making the E20 hold an energize that could endure to 88 hours contrasted with the E19 that goes as long as 15 hours. The scope of the E20 has additionally altogether improved. The E19 Bluetooth 5.0 help sound transmission up to 33ft while the E20 goes up to 66ft. As far as the sound quality, I track down the E19 a superior decision with better and clear instrument division and a respectable soundstage at its present cost.

2. Enacfire E20 vs. Enacfire Future

The Enacfire Future Bluetooth earbuds are what I would term as one of the Enacfire earbuds intended for working out. The Future is waterproof and has different characteristics that make it a decent earphone to take to the exercise center or while running. In any case, the Enacfire future accompanies a decent amount of difficulties may make it not the most ideal choice. The primary misfortune of this earbud was the low volume. However the sound quality was great, the volume didn’t come without holding back enough when contrasted with the E20, E19, or the E18. Notwithstanding, in the event that you don’t pay attention to music at a high volume, this future is a decent match. One more critical distinction between the E20 and Future earbuds is the battery size. While the Enacfire future outperforms both the E18 and E19 by offering 18 hours recess, it is no match to the enquire earbuds e20 which sums as long as 88 hours of recess.

3. Enacfire E20 vs. Enacfire E18

The Enacfire E18 was the genesis of what has become an affordable line of Enacfire true wireless earbuds. The Enacfire E18 is small and compact compared to the E20. The materials and design of both earbuds are great with minor differences between the two earbuds. The significant and observable difference between these two earbuds would be the size of the earbuds and the size of the charging cases. While the E20 beat the E18 hands-down on playtime, I found the sound quality of the E18 a tad more refined than the sound of the E20.

4. Enacfire E20 vs. Tozo T10 TWS

When it comes down to the design, the Enacfire E20 holds it down. Though they are similarly priced, the E20 comes with all the awesome features and a great sound compared to the Tozo T10 TWS. Starting with the battery size, the E20 is clearly superior to the Tozo T10 TWS. Although the Tozo is waterproof, when it comes to outdoor or gym use, they just don’t hold up any better. The comfort is not the best and could use some improvements on the design. The Enacfire E20 to me is just a clear winner.

5. Enacfire E20 vs. iKanzi Wireless Earbuds

At the time of writing this article, the iKanzi wireless earbuds were priced $5 more than the Enacfire E20. While the Kenzi has most features that I liked the E20 had by far the best audio. The two earbuds are well built and also hold enough charge to power the earbuds long enough. (The E20 at 88-hours, and the iKanzi at 70 hours).

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