Interested to know what the rest of the community thinks of Enacfire products. I bought the E60 in December last year and now am currently testing out the A9.
The E60 are very well constructed and portable sports buds with excellent battery life at a price lower than most sports TWS buds without aptX, but include an aptX compatible chipset,
I am somewhat surprised to find that even without aptX howeverthe A9 do have more detail than the E60 in the high ends particularly, I am sure the larger drivers help. My only criticism so far is that bass although extremely more prominent is a bit too boom-ey for my taste, particularly on more modern dynamic range compressed music. The E60 is more neutral sounding, not 'colouring' the music in any sense, and I do feel that prolonged listening with the A9 may fatigue my listening unless I utilise an EQ app in my phone.
Also the premium 'feel' to the packaging of the E60 and E90 are lacking with the A9, especially considering the more premium price tag. The outer cardboard shroud covering a folded cardboard insert is by far a cost cutting exercise over the sturdy thick lidded box of the E60 and E90.
The included silicone tips on the A9 are very shallow and a wider variety would have been appreciated.
To produce an ANC TWS at a competitive price though has to be taken into consideration, and overall I think Enacfire have done a great job. Sound is always going to be subjective. The buds do (at least at low volume) work fairly well in ambient awareness mode, and perform very well in noise cancelling mode.
A great first step into ANC for Enacfire, will be interesting seeing what improvements will be forthcoming in future ANCs. Enacfire own iOs/Android software app for tailoring sound and ANC levels, aptX, a greater variety of silicone tips, further case charge capacity LEDs (like the E60) and better packaging is what I would like to see from Enacfire, although undoubtedly this would push the pricing out of the budget sector.