Monster DNA Go Headset Review

Monster DNA Go

Along with DNA Fit, Monster also introduce the truly wireless earbuds named DNA Go. The headset instantly synchronized with each-other, yet they can also work separately. Like the DNA Go, this one also offers wireless charging capability. However, the wireless charging let you charge your headset in just 15 minutes. Monster DNA Go features an IPX5 water and sweat resistance option. With this in mind, you can even clean your headset in running water. That’s really pretty. isn’t it? The DNA Go blends beautifully into your wardrobe and personal style. With crisp, clean lines and a beautiful silhouette, the earpiece looks great on you.

  • Looks Great
  • Sound good
  • aptx audio
  • IPX5 water resistance
  • Lacks drivers
  • Missing multi-connectivity
  • No ANC includes

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Price and Availability

Monster DNA Go wireless earbud come with a Black and White color option. It is price $99.99. You can even buy this headset from company’s official website

Who should have to buy this Monster DNA Go?

  • It is best for those who want to buy headset comparatively low price.
  • Also, it is great option for apple lovers, because it look quite similar to the Apple Airpods (3rd generation)

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Box Content

  • Monster DNA Go
  • Wireless charging pad
  • Charging case
  • User Guide

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What is it like to use the Monster DNA Go?

Monster DNA Go wireless earbud comes with a light weight design and comfortably wear for long day. The triangle shape charging case is also light weight and made with smooth plastic material. The matt glossy finished charging case includes a company’s logo on top of the case. The interior portion includes a two earbuds hole and in the middle of the buds they feature a three small flash lights to indicate the battery status. Moreover, the earbuds are magnetically connected to them. Which means you don’t have to push hard when putting the earbuds back into the case. Comparatively, the DNA Go come with a similar design as the Apple AirPods (3rd generation).

Moreover, the Memory foam earbuds offers unique ergonomic design provides the ultimate in comfort for all-day listening, music and voice calls. The Monster DNA Go offers six pair of silicone ear tips. You can choose whatever fits perfectly in your ear to give the right amount of passive isolation. With crisp, clean lines and a beautiful silhouette, the earpiece looks excellent on you. Another point on the brighter side is that the earbuds have an instant connection feature. As soon as you open the lid of the case. The earbuds automatically get connect with the paired devices.

Furthermore, the headset also come with an advance IPX5 ratings for water and sweat resistance. Which means you can carry your headset for swimming or during raining. However, you can even clean your headset in running water. In other words, it has an all-weather design suitable for indoor and outdoor use. It does not affect your headset’s sound and bass. Over all, the DNA Go headset seems quite elegant and favorable for usage, especially during daily usage.

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How does the Monster DNA Go True Wireless sound?

Speaking of sound, the Monster DNA Go is providing quiet better sound than others. This good sound is provided because of the new bass transducers. However, the sound is good but not as good as the DNA Fit earbuds. We particularly enjoy a rock and metal playlist while running. The Monster DNA Go are really does justice to heavy music. It’s not on a par with a pair of top-tier conventional headphones yet, but the gap is definitely closing.

Moreover, the sound is very good here. The tight seal between the ear cups and your ear does not let sound outside. Which create a perfect passive isolation. Along with passive isolation, the headset also come with an Ambient noise suppression. Which ensures your voice is clear in loud and challenging environments. The aptX Lossless audio is a new capability of the proven aptX Adaptive technology and a new feature of Snapdragon Sound™ Technology that is designed to deliver CD quality 16-bit 44.1kHz lossless audio quality over Bluetooth wireless technology. 

Is a microphone available for those clear voice calls? 

The DNA Go wireless earbud also come with a 2 built-in microphones on each earbud. Which certainly detect & eliminate outside noise for an immerse listening experience. Further, Echo cancelling and noise suppression ensures your voice is hear clearly even on a busy street. As a result, you can make clear  voice calls for longer hours without much discomfort in voice.

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what is like to connect DNA Go wireless?

The DNA Fit wireless earbud knocks the Bluetooth 5.2 wireless connectivity with 10m range. Which means you can connect wirelessly with other devices like smartphones, PCs, TVs and iOS. However, the only thing preventing the Monster DNA Fit from being the perfect set of wireless earbuds. Their lack of Bluetooth audio codec and Multi connectivity. Additionally, the headset sports an aptx audio codecs support. The aptX replicates the entire frequency of sound. And reproducing pure music that heard as the artist want.

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How long the battery life of the Monster DNA Go?

The wireless charging is generally very fast to charge your headset.  The company claim that the headset gets an up to 7.5 hours wireless play and up to 34 hours with charging case. Nonetheless, just 15 minutes rapid charge provides you up to 2 hours of playback time. Overall, the battery is long lasting, fast and secure.

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After the Review, I completely suggest you to buy this headset especially for those who want considerably cheap price headset. Unlike the DNA Fit, it does not offer a Active noise cancellation, but feature IPX5 water and sweat resistance. However, you can even clean your headset in running water. Over all, it has an all-weather design suitable for indoor and outdoor use. It does not affect your headset’s sound and bass. Over all, the DNA Go headset seems quite elegant and favorable for usage, especially during daily usage.

What is the best alternative to the Monster DNA Go?

HUAWEI FreeBuds Pro 2 is very good alternative against the DNS Fit earbuds. It has Quad-Magnet Dynamic drivers and planar diaphragm tech, which is the first in the world, says the company. Moreover, it offers up to 47dB ANC compared to 40dB in the first gen. The company has partnered with French audio brand Devialet fortuning. The HUAWEI FreeBuds Pro 2 is also equipped with three dynamic optimization algorithms that can detect changes in volume, differences in the structure of the ear canal and changes in wearing in real time.

JBL Tune 130NC true wireless earbud is another great option to buy compare to DNS Fit. Comparatively, both come with a similar price tag.  The earphone offers impressive sound with excellent battery life. The earphone includes a ton of features, though Audio Technica ATH-CKS50TW and OPPO Enco Air2 Pro remain our top choice in the price range because both have more effective ANC. The name suggest the earphone come with an active noise cancellation, which is average, but best for the price range. Overall, the earphone provides an impressive sound, Punchy bass and excellent clear voice for longer sessions.

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Frequently asked Questions

aptX Lossless features & specifications?

Supports 44.1kHz, 16-bit CD lossless audio quality
Designed to scale-up to CD lossless audio based on Bluetooth link quality
User can select between CD lossless audio 44.1kHz and 24-bit 96kHz lossy
Auto-detects to enable CD lossless audio when the source is lossless audio
Mathematically bit-for-bit exact
Bit-rate – ~1Mbps
For more information and to learn more about our aptX Lossless audio technology, visit here. The technology is expected to be available in late calendar 2021. For the full Qualcomm State of Sound survey visit here. For a whitepaper explaining more of the technology behind Lossless and High Resolution Audio, visit here

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