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PlayGo N37 review: Good sound in a budget

Another entrant in the wireless earphones segment is by Play called Playgo N37, read the rest of the review to know more about it.

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Play has been a good part of the Indian audio segment for quite a few years now. The latest from the company is a pair of behind the neck wireless earphones called PlayGo N37. We played around with them for some time and this is what we could make of the new earphones. This is the PlayGo N37 review, which you should go through in case you want to pick up a new wireless audio earplugs.

PlayGo N37 review: Design

Pull them out of the box and you find a black rubberised band to which 2 yellow cables are connected. At each end, you find a golden yellow audio earphone, which has a black silicone tip and grip to keep them in place of your ear cavity. Users also get 2 extra silicone tips for different ear types in the PlayGo N37 box.

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The battery is placed within the rubber neckband. The right side of the band has the on/off push button, volume up and down as well as play/pause music buttons. This also doubles up as a call answer/reject button, too. If you long-press it, you can activate voice assistants like Google Assistant. USB Type-C charging port can also be found here, neatly tucked behind a rubber panel. For charging a short cable is also given in the box. The overall material used on the PlayGo N37 is good for the price.

PlayGo N37 review: Performance

The PlayGo N37 works with any BT device, as it supports Bluetooth version up to 5.0. We tested it out with a lot of devices including a Samsung smartphone as well as our laptop. The sound is very nice. For the value, the bass is good and voice clarity is superb. We played songs from Spotify as well as Amazon Music and not once did we feel they were underpowered. The earbuds are also magnetic so you can clasp them together magnetically in the neck and they will not fall off.

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Also read: Redmi Earbuds S Review: A sound investment

While the company says the 100mAh battery lasts for 10 hours on the PlayGo N37, on our test bench it lasted for almost 9 hours, which is not bad at all. Over that, these earphones support fast charging. If you have a 35W fast charger, you can charge them for 10 minutes and can get 3 hours of playback. Also, these earphones have IPX5 waterproof rating. It means they will not get ruined in the rain or from your sweat.



At Rs 2,999 the PlayGo N37 earphones are not bad at all. We took them out for a run and to the gym, and we were quite happy with their performance. If you are looking for a budget wireless earphone, you can think of picking these up. If you are able to get a discount on them, then it will be even better.


Good sound

Not very expensive

Long battery life


Charging cable too short

Basic design

Also read: Sony WF-XB700 wireless headphones review: Sony has…

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Play has been a good part of the Indian audio segment for quite a few years now. The latest from the company is a pair of behind the neck wireless earphones called PlayGo N37. We played around with them for some time and this...PlayGo N37 review: Good sound in a budget

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