Oppo Enco M32 Review

Bodhisatwa Ray

The Oppo Enco M32 has a soft and flexible form factor, which means the neckband is rather flexible and does not bend. A USB Type-C port with a protective rubber cover and volume controls is located on the right module of the neckband. 

The Oppo Enco M32 specifications include Bluetooth 5 for connectivity along with support for the SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs.  The audio of the device is bass heavy and which is pretty standard. Higher volumes seem to affect the bass output and the earphones can’t seem to handle it.

On the Earphones, we listened to EDM, Rock, Western Classical, and Hindustani Classical. The lows appear to be the most tuned part of the experience, while the mids are decent. The highs and trebles are the ones that suffer the most. 

Unless there were network difficulties, the audio for the calls was crisp and distinct for the most part, even outside. We got 20 hours of battery life from a single charge, and it took roughly 30 minutes to fully charge the Enco M32.

The Oppo Enco M32 is a pair of ergonomic neckband type earbuds with good sound quality and a long battery life. The Enco M31 may not have been as solidly made as its predecessor, but it did offer equivalent or better audio owing to LDAC support.