The steps to make the two devices communicate with one another were very easy, starting with turning on the Bluetooth capabilities of the LeEco Le Max 2.
If this is your first time pairing the Otium Wireless Sports Earbuds with any device, it is advised to make sure the earbuds are charged first. After that, we just need to turn on the LeEco Le Max 2's Bluetooth.
If the Otium Wireless Sports Earbuds is also on, and not already paired with another device, we will be able to select the earbuds listed as "otium beats" in the "Available devices" list in the phone's Bluetooth screen.
Pairing is quick, and soon the Otium Wireless Sports Earbuds will be connected to the LeEco Le Max 2. If you are wearing the earbuds, you can hear a voice declare "Connecting!". The voice can also announce "Power on", "Power off", and "Disconnecting".
I had some concerns in the review with the Otium earbuds and the Apple iPhone 6 regarding the volume, but there does not seem to be an issue here with the LeEco Le Max 2. The lowest volume above mute still results in sound, contrasting with the iPhone's case where the first level above mute was still not audible. Music and videos played as expected and the sound quality was sufficient for my tastes.
For its price, the Otium Wireless Sports Earbuds is a very good deal, delivering on sound, fitting comfortably and resting like a feather on one's ears. It blocks out a significant amount of sound and serves its purpose well- just don't be fooled with this not so subtle imitation of the Beats PowerBeats2 Wireless.