The world's most effective noise cancelling earbuds. Bose noise cancellation and full transparency mode allow you to eliminate distraction, let your surroundings in, or a little bit of each. Volume- Active EQ keeps the sound crisp and balanced at any level, while an exclusive acoustic architecture brings your music, podcasts, and videos to life. StayHear Max eartips are included for a secure fit. They are made from soft silicone and provide total comfort. It is as easy to use a simple touch control. From the side of the earbud, you can control noise cancellation settings, pause, play, and volume. It can be enabled in the Bose Music app. Tiny microphones work together to focus on your voice and not distract you from your phone call. You can listen for up to 6 hours on a single charge. The charging case provides an additional 12 hours and can be used with either a wireless or a wired charging mat. These IPX4-rated wireless earbuds can endure sweat, water, and some weather.
👤They just added volume controls which is a big deal. I'm leaving at 3 stars until they can add multi-point and because I discovered a feature that is only a problem with my pair. I have added it to my list of cons. This review comes from someone who mostly listens to Hip Hop, Metal, Dubstep, or Reggaetn. My standard for audio may be different. I will compare these to other in- ear headphones. 1. The Bose SoundSport wired in- ear headphones are pictured far left. The second picture is of the Pixel Buds. The Bose SoundSport Wireless is second from the right. I want to give these a higher rating, but 3 stars is how I feel about them, based on how much they cost and how I feel about them. My standards may be too high. Pros are comfort. What you would expect from Bose. The new ear tips make them more comfortable than the SoundSport Wireless. Despite their size, they are not as heavy as I was expecting. The ANC. The noise cancellation is topnotch. It's better than the AirPods Pro. When ANC is set to 0, the transparency mode/passthrough is great. I think it sounds a bit more natural on the Air Pods Pro. This is what you are paying for, and it is almost worth it. Sound. The sound is better than the Air Pods Pro. Bose has a sound signature that is very similar to what they have. They sound better than Bose SoundSport Wireless and are on par with SoundSport wired. It depends on the device you are using. The buds on my phone sound better than the buds on my phone. I think the only thing that the iPhone Xr supports is the wireless communication protocol. Charging. These are very convenient and feel modern. They were on par with the AirPods Pro. Touch the controls. It's nice to have a feature. I'm glad it's there. The execution is not as good as that of Pixel Buds. It's almost a con. There was an update on 12/3. The Ear Buds have volume control on them. There are some things that need to be done. The case. It only offers 12 additional hours of charge. It's embarrassing for Bose to not offer something that's competitive at the same price point as the AirPods Pro and the Pixel Buds. I prefer a magnetic lid over a push button. Independent use and function. I can tell you that you can use either bud. Depending on which one you are using, you lose function. The Airpods Pro has better touch controls, but you can't go back a track. When you use the buds individually, the Bose QC earbuds start to show their poor execution. The music will stop if you take one of the earbuds out. When you place the removed ear bud in the case, the bud still in your ear will make a sound like it is powered off, but when you play your media on your device, the sound will come through the ear bud still in your ear. This sounds great until you realize that the touch controls are only assigned to one bud or the other. If you only use the left bud, you will lose the ability to answer calls, play music and use touch controls. Only using the left ear causes you to lose the ability to forward a song orhear battery level because those features are only assigned to the left bud. The best thing about the Pixel Buds is their touch controls, which allow you to use the same controls on both buds, and lower and increase volume, while the Bose QC earbuds do not. You can still do all of the above through the Bose Music App. Everything I've said about this is true. One major limitation was left out. The left ear bud can't be used for phone calls because the mic only works on the right ear bud. You can only use the voice assistant with the right bud. I've seen a lot of conflicting statements on this and wanted to provide as much detail as I could. There is a multipoint. This is my biggest gripe. The Bose SoundSport Wireless has a great feature, but it's missing on the QC Earbuds. The feature allows you to switch between two devices, and even use up to 7 devices right from the device. The new app for the QC Earbuds doesn't make it easy to switch between devices. This makes it hard to switch between devices. Considering that Apple added similar functions to the AirPods Pro. Find my buds. Also missing here. I was hoping these had a feature to help me find them. There is a feature in older Bose earbuds. The price. The Air Pod Pros do better than the QC Earbuds, so the price is too high. Bose won the battle of sound and ANC. When it comes to features/functionality, the winner is the AirPods Pro. There is a The ANC Level 0 is Ouch my Ears! When using the earbuds with noise canceling set to 0, some sounds are amplified through the earbuds. The setting is supposed to allow you to hear what's going on around you. Some sounds are too loud and hurt my ear if you leave them in my ear. Examples. Clinking sounds, glass breaking, and Shutting a car door are some of the things that can be heard. I can't leave them in my ear when I'm not using them because I'm afraid they'll damage my ear. Carrying the case around is inconvenient due to its size. I only use them around my house when consuming media. I immediately took them off. I feel like taking another star off because of this. The earbuds that are perfect don't exist. All my boxes were almost checked by these. I love the buds for their comfort and superior ANC. Despite their large size, I like how they look. For the price, I expect all the features, with no compromises. I don't understand why Bose would release these with limitations and lack of features from previous devices. I would rate these above the other earbuds based on Sound and ANC. My ratings are based on factors such as age, form factor, sound and price. Bose SoundSport wired in- ear headphones are 5 stars, perfect wired in- ear headphones at the time with great sound and comfort. If you can find them at the original price, it's worth every penny. 2. The sound is okay, but the best touch controls by far hurt my ears, and the Google Pixel Buds are 2 stars. It was totally overpriced at $180. 3. The Bose SoundSport Wireless is 2 stars, I loved having them around my neck at all times, and the Multipoint feature is awesome. The sound was okay, but the build quality was terrible. The build quality makes them hard to recommend, even though pricing wasn't terrible. 4. The AirPods Pro are jam-packed with amazing features in a tiny form factor. They are kind of magical. The sound quality was not worth the price. 5. Bose QuietComfort Earbuds have 3 stars, amazing sound and ANC, but lack in the features department. I think they would be very competitive against the AirPods Pro if they were priced at $220. I would be happy to remove features for better sound and ANC. If Bose can patch in some of the missing features through software updates, I will update my rating. I think it may be hardware limitations. It's 3 stars for now. I'm still looking for the perfect earbuds. It's a pity.
Life P3 noise cancelling earbuds have an exclusive algorithm to tune out background noises. Your voice will be heard clearly on calls, video chats, and more. Soundcore app allows you to choose your scenario and listen as ambient sounds disappear to leave you with nothing but pure sound. PureNote Driver Technology gives you a 45% boost to your bass and a 30% wider bandwidth than ordinary drivers. Drivers coated with 10 hardened nano-layers offer incredible rigidity to generate stunning accuracy and clarity. LDAC Technology is a technology. LDAC is capable of sending 3 times more data than standard Bluetooth, which means no detail is lost before reaching your ears. HearID personalizes its sound setup for you to ensure a perfect listening experience. The sound can be controlled with the preset sound profiles. Up to 26 Hours of Playtime: Get 7 hours of playtime from a single charge on the earbuds with up to 3 charges from the charging case.
👤I hope an update will address my issues, but I have to add how awesome Soundcore/Anker support is. Soundcore reached out to me after I posted my review, asking if the updates addressed my issues and if they followed up with what I had said. It's refreshing to see a company care so much about their customers. My experience with Soundcore support has always been top notch, but this was above and beyond what I would have expected from a company whose product I said less than favorable things about. If you want a company that stands behind their products, look no further than the ones mentioned above. The original is still there. I ordered them the day they were released. They don't hold up the hype. They went on and on about how the ANC was tuning to keep the music as the artist intended it, but this didn't pan out in reality. The media is manipulated to make listening unbearable. The driver sounds like it's tearing itself apart when the high end peaks. The mid-low to low end is distant. The soundstage feels narrow, almost like listening in mono and not stereo. It feels like you are listening to a dollar store pair of earphones. I am still disappointed that the ANC is on without media playing. I didn't struggle to understand what was being said because it was clearly audible and the TV was in the background. The ANC on these feels more of a novelty than a feature. If ANC is turned off, Soundcore audio is just as good as you would expect from it; crisp and bass-y with a soundstage wider than a pair of earphones at this price point should offer. That is not the point. I am not a fan of buying a product for a broken feature hoping it will be fixed in the future. There are things beyond ANC. The earphones are more comfortable than my Liberty 2 Pro, and I attribute this to the lack of a wing tip. They come with every size of ear tip, which are now labeled next to every set so you know the size, so you can always find a good fit in your ear. The liberty 2 pro doesn't come with a card that can be separated from the box, so keeping the ear tips means keeping the whole box or cutting them out. The sliding mechanism of the door feels a bit wobbly, but the battery case is pretty nice. The Liberty 2 Pro Door has a travel side to side joystick that makes it feel more durable than the closed door model. The finish is nice, with a soft touch on the borders, but forgivable. The earphones are held in by a strong magnet, which is easy to remove. The main promise was not fulfilled so they will be coming back to me. Hopefully soundcore can address the issues on a nice product.
👤I own the Soundcore Life P2's, Liberty Air 2's, and now the Liberty Air 2 Pros. I like the case. I think the sound quality is better than the other two sets of buds. Unfortunately for me, there are a few issues that are dealbreakers. 1. There is a delay in the audio. I've noticed it more on the internet, but it's still frustrating. 2. I can wear the Liberty Air 2's for a long time with no problem, and these earbuds are not very comfortable for me. Maybe I should look at a foam ear tip. 3. There seems to be little to no difference between normal, noise cancelling, and ambient modes. Since they all sound the same, I have to check my phone to see which mode I'm in. The sound of these sounds awesome and everyone I've talked to said they sounded better than the Air 2's. I don't know if a bad set or a firmware update can fix these issues. I'll probably return them.
The APTX HiFi is a device. The Ugreen HiTune Wireless Earbuds are great for listening to Stereo Music. A stable connection is ensured by the use of a chip from a company like Qualcomm. aptX, AAC, and SBC are supported by the earbuds. Reduce ambient noises and enhance your voice during phone calls with earbuds. The noise-canceling technology of this wireless earbuds makes sure you are heard. When taking your earbuds out of the charging case, you can use Mono and Twin Mode. You can use each earbud with Mono Mode or Twin Mode. You can get up to 9h of playtime from a single charge and 27h of audio with the charging case of the earphone. Get 2 hours of listening with only 15 minutes of charging. It's comfortable to wear earphones with small, medium, and large ear tips that are snug and secure.
👤I took a risk on these earbuds. I like that they are low in volume and can be used to fall asleep. You can use one at a time. They don't require me to open my phone and connect them. I can still get them to stay in because they are big for my ears. They are the size of most earbuds. The touch button for starting and stopping play is heat sensitive, so I can lightly touch it with my finger. They don't have bright lights that light up when they fall asleep. The case is easy to open. I can't see the lights on the case because they flash slowly, but I can see them in anything. They seem strong. Most other buds fail after a month as they require a twist action to seat properly. These seem to be built so that the twist action won't cause them to fail. We will see. I'm very hopeful.
👤This is my 3rd set of buds from Amazon and this one seems to be the best so far. The sound quality is very good and they stay in your ears during physical activity. The basics are what they are. You can use one ear bud or both, and you can use either the left or the right alone. The touch control works well. Some previous sets had issues with cutting out or disconnecting randomly, but they don't have that now. Heavy wind is also handled well by them. These are great for mountain biking. The mics work well, no complaints about not being able to hear me. The battery life is good. I have some fit and positioning issues but this could be the shape of my ear. It is difficult to get the sweat spot for heavy bass. The rubber cushions are very thin and could be an issue for some. Stay in better if I sweat. If they are thicker, they won't fit in the charge case. These are the only issues I have. Great otherwise.
👤There is an update. The buds can connect to a phone. They are often unable to use them because they keep connecting and connecting. You need to find something more reliable. For the price, the earbuds are ok. Sound quality is good for me, but I mostly use it for listening to podcasts. Sometimes the sound is choppy, but not often. Sometimes they fail to connect to the phone and I have to put them back into the case and try again, which is one star off. I've tried to pair them with two devices, but only connect to one at a time. The second star is off because most of theBT headphones today support connecting to two devices.
👤The sound is great. I have only one problem with getting them their charging case. I can't get a grip on them because they are tiny and slippery. I don't have sausage fingers so it wasn't as easy for me as it was on the video on the Ugreen website. I'd love to hear from anyone with a remedy for this. Some people commented on the weight, but I don't think it's heavy. I think they were a great value.
The Ugreen HiTune X6 hybrid active noise canceling earbuds have a dual-mode active noise-canceling technology that eliminates the inner ear pressure that other earbuds have. Repetitive noises can be reduced for a better listening experience. The Ugreen HiTune X6 Active noise cancelling wireless earbuds feature 10mm diamond-like carbon dynamic drivers which are lighter and harder than traditional metal dynamic drivers. You could enjoy your music with deep bass and no distortion. Clear calls are made from anywhere. The HiTune X6 active noise cancelling earbuds feature Real Clear Voice 4.0, 6 mics, and use an algorithm to accurately capture your voice in real-time, while eliminating 90% of the environmental noise. Listen all day, charge in minutes, and get an hour of music. The noise-cancelling earbuds have 6h of continuous playtime and a high-capacity charging case. You should immerse yourself in your music. The earbuds only weigh about the same as a piece of paper for a lighter fit.
👤The original UGREEN earbuds were not good for phone calls and the X6 was an upgrade. The X6 has great sound quality. The noise cancellation works well and eliminates background noises, but you'll need to adjust the volume when you switch on/off ANC. I had issues with the original earbuds, but the microphones solved them. These earbuds are great for an affordable set of earbuds.
👤The battery life in my current style of ear Pods was degrading so I purchased these. The sound quality, noise cancelation, and mic are all good. The battery life is worse than I was hoping for. It's possible that I turn on ANC because I use them for phone calls. I would consider another brand if it was used for phone calls. My review is only used for that purpose.
👤Don't spend money that isn't needed. The battery life is double what I had. The first pair I received wouldn't charge after I bought them. The sound and noise cancelling on the new set make them sound like they are playing in the water. The sound is great when anc is turned off. It's hard to get out of the case if your hands are sweaty or greasy. The second pair of ear buds will no longer be charged. Just past the end of the warranty.
👤These are of the highest quality. The call quality is crystal clear and the sound is clear. The buds are light and comfortable, and the battery life is very good.
👤When the case is removed, the right headphones won't power on. The issue is usually fixed by removing it again. The headphones are good. If the headphones are deep enough in your ears, noise canceling works well.
👤I have used both sets. The first set did not charge at all. There are multiple cables. I didn't review them so I set them back. The battery life is very low in the second set. There are multiple cables. Sound is great, noise cancellation is ok. It's hard to get out of the charging station. I would recommend buying the Bose at the store.
👤Los audfonos tienen un problema de ruido. O nula, estoy seguro, estaba activa. The plstico quitar azul antes del primer uso.
👤Garbage didn't sync at all.
👤There was no sound from the left ear. They wouldn't reset because they wouldn't waste more time re tuning them.
👤Great battery life and build quality. Good sound quality when ANC is off. The DLC driver can reveal extra clarity in the music. Excellent sonic separability for such price is achieved with the test with Tidal hi-fi 24bit Master. Good for rock n roll and electronic music. The soundstage is good but not impressive. Bass was overpowering after ANC on. Highs became tinny and it sounds muffled. It's too bass lending for jazz. Sound tuning for low price market is having the cheap bass emphasis. The high-end DLC speaker is a waste. No one will complain about this price. It's just a pity. Overall values are great. The majority will be satisfied.
It's comfortable to wear earphones with small, medium, and large ear tips that are snug and secure. 20 million people love the sound. The Life P3 noise cancelling earbuds come in 5 eye-catching colors. The ultra-compact case can fit in small bags or pockets. The Life P3 noise cancelling earbuds have a thumping sound. BassUp mode can be activated in the app. For an optimal noise cancelling experience, sync the noise cancelling to your location. Transport, outdoor, and indoor modes block out background noises in each environment. Life P3 noise cancelling earbuds have an exclusive algorithm to tune out background noises. Your voice will be heard clearly on calls, video chats, and more.
👤My original review was left below, but I changed it to 4 stars because of the customer service. The CSR of Anker was very responsive when I contacted them about my issues. She walked me through a number of steps, but she didn't fix the connection problems, so she gave me a new unit and some foam eartips. The foam tips did a great job. I was surprised that they did not include them in the box. They worked well in keeping the buds in place, but maybe they are a small minority. They will come out in extended use, but I don't fear that they will fall out at a bad time. I don't give these 5 stars because they are not as good as they could be, but they are a good value for the money and a company that stands behind their product. Over the years, I've bought many products from the company, including the soundcore life 2, life q20, spirit X, curve, and untold amount of cables. I want to wear these earbuds a lot. There's a lot of promise and features, but they all fall short for me. As soon as I bought my first set of earbuds, people in my office were asking what they were, because they looked really sharp. I bought these because they are good at blocking out noise from the outside when I am sitting down at my desk because I work in a refashioned warehouse and the air conditioning system and industrial fridges create a lot of noise. The sound quality for the podcasts I listen to seems really good, and the ANC is pretty solid for my needs. The problems arise when I am not using them in the ideal situation. The touch controls don't work when I have one bud in, and I have to try a few times to register if it doesn't work. Since it is most of my day, it can make the headphones borderline unusable for me, so this might be a minor quibble. I like the app, but I don't like the idea of having the buds in my ear and not being able to hear music. I have to unlock my phone before I can use awidget, which defeats the purpose of it. I wouldn't have to use the app. If the touch controls worked well when I had one bud in. It's a cycle of frustration. The biggest problem for me is that the buds don't stay in all the time. Especially when I am walking. I have tried several of the covers that they provided in the box and while I get a good seal for listening, I can feel the bud start to slip out of my ear as I am walking. I'm going to be out the money I paid for these because I'm starting to fear that it's going to fall and slam on the floors of the office. If the spirit X version of these were made, it would be a better choice for me. These have been used only at home for my wife and I when we are not active and can have both buds in.
The TOZO T9 earbuds last 8 hours for normal use and can be charged in just 10 minutes. The battery is powerful enough to keep you listening all day. It gives you an excellent experience of long endurance. Losei D73 true wireless earphones have 2 built-in microphones inside each ear bud, and they can reduce background noise effectively, so caller would enjoy clear calls and talk just. Born to work and commute. You can place the charging case on a wireless charging pad if you want to get charge easily. The built-in dualLED display allows you to see the charging case and the status of the earbuds in real-time. When you take out those wireless headphones from the charging case, they will automatically turn on and connect to the device that was previously used. Touch control is simpler and more convenient than traditional buttons. Without pressing hard, you can skip tracks, change volume, play music, or answer a phone call. The Losei earbuds have a comfortable fit and are waterproof, so you won't feel tired or pain if you wear them for a long time. IPX7 waterproof can prevent sweat and rain from damaging earphones. The earbuds can play 30 hours in total, with a single full charge lasting 7 hours and multiple charges through the charging case. Don't worry about battery shortage when you're out. Less than 50g is comprised of two earplugs and a wireless charging box. It can be put into a pocket and carried with you.
👤I thought I found a diamond. The reviews for less than $25 were overwhelmingly 5 star, and the sample size was small at the time of ordering. I bought these based on reviews. I didn't have the same experience as those who said, "You will not regret it." The sound is good enough for $25 earbuds. Couldn't tell you about the battery life as the cutting out was too hard to cycle through a full charge. I couldn't wander further away than 3 to 4 feet before the left or right. Yes, it is frustrating. I think this is the cost of trying to purchase something on the cheap. I want to make sure that another potential buyer doesn't fall for the same thing that I did. These are not a pair of wireless buds that crush it, they are not.
👤I need to know how good these headphones are. The headphones have a good battery life, I only use a single ear and they do work individually. Some people think sound quality is not as good as an expensive pair, but I don't buy expensive pairs often because they are over-hyped. I listen to music and audiobooks and they have never let me down, they have great mics and you can speak on the phone with them. I bought them for friends and family, but everyone loves them, so I bought 5 passes for them.
👤Over the years, I have spent hundreds of dollars on earbuds that died due to sweat or earwax intrusion, fell out and got stepped on, and the cat used them as a chew toy, not responsive for phone calls. I have had other expensive earbuds and they have done as well as the Losei. They are not as good as the Bose or the highs like the Sony or the lows, but they are good for phones and audio books and are not as bad as the Bose or the highs. I have tiny ear cannels and they stay in well. The controls are touchy and take some practice. The case can be charged from 20 percent to full in about an hour and a half and can be done twice. If you can get used to one at a time, they will double your use. I have had them for 2 months and they have not had any problems, so I would rate them a solid buy. The lag is not noticeable. The case is too large for the cat to carry off.
👤It's amazing how many features are included in a small package. For a small amount of money. The small size and comfort of the D 73 earbuds impressed me the most. I have had other brands that protrude like these, but they remain flush to your head. They fit well, unlike other brands that fell out of my ears. The Smart Touch Controls are easy to use. Other brands have been unreliable. The Losei D 73 is reliable. The indicator for percent charged and the wireless charging were features that drew me to this product. The D 73s have been easy to pair with. No fuss. These earbuds have an IPX7 rating, which means they can handle water. They haven't been tested against dust. They can handle water up to a depth of 1 meter. They can handle rain, sweat and high humidity. I suppose you could swim with them. If they fall out of your ears, all bets are off. The Losei D 73 earbuds are an absolute winner.
ISOtunes Sport ADVANCE is built to last, and features protection against sweat, water, and dust. ISOtunes Sport is impervious to the elements. One of the most advanced noise cancelling earbuds on the market is a True Wireless noise cancelling earbuds. You don't just hear a rich, expansive sound, but feel it. The quality of the calls is Impeccable, regardless of noise. You can switch between your computer and mobile device. Multi-Point Connectivity lets you connect to more than one device at a time. The Technics audio app can be used to get just the right amount of external sound.
👤The az70w soundstage was very good. The AZ60 has better bass and sound quality. Just my Voice works as advertised. The ANC and Ambient modes are amazing. The case is very small. This is a game changing ear bud. Well done Panasonic. Apple Airpods Pro and Sony are not in the forefront of the market. There was loud music playing in the place where I was. The person on the other end of the phone call looked like I was in my office. It was very clean with no noise. The Just My Voice is the next generation of technology. One more thing. The AZ60 has more bass than the prior AZ70W. This helps build a neutral and wide soundstage which will give an experience of listening to music in a perfect music room. None of the earbuds from Apple, Sony, Soundcore, or Sennheiser can do that. Listening to music and talking on the phone are the primary uses for me. The earbuds make my voice clear and also make the noise from who I am listening to go away. It is amazing. I now know that I can have the earbuds in either ANC or Ambient modes while I am on a call, and that I can switch between both depending on my need. The Ambient mode has two modes: regular and attention mode. The attention mode cancels all the annoying noises in the room and filters the human speech to amplify it. This is a hearing aid. A booming bass fills up all the space and feels packed for a wide soundstage. Try different sizes of eartips. The largest and the tighest may produce the best ANC but also a heavy bass. Reducing the frequencies will widen the soundstage and make it feel like you are listening to music in a room. In a world where others are struggling to get 3D chess right, Panasonic has played 4D chess.
👤I had a lot of things, but now I have the Technics EAH-AZ60. I would rate it the best of all. 1) The sound quality is better than the other two. There are two more The comfort is on top. I don't have to take it away from my ears because it's fine. The call quality is crystal clear to me and to the other caller, no other ear bud is comparable. There are four There is a sound on the top. I can talk to my assistant while I am in the operating room, and my wife doesn't yell at me while I use my earbuds at home. The noise canceling can be used with only one bud. Only the Earin A3 can do it. I have been using the Earin A3 case for two days and I just could not take it off.
👤Since black is not available, I got these in silver color. These are really good. The sound quality is better than anything else. The bass that these have is a plus. The sound of these is better than the one of the MTW2. The Biocellulose driver sounds correct compared to the Liberty3Pro BA driver. The mids are on the level of B&O. It's just beautiful. The midbass is quite elevated, but it is taken care of by the EQ. Better have more bass than needed. It's not very shiny but enough. These are the most rare of the rare MUTE shortcut. It's good for phone calls. The Liberty 3 Pros have the best microphones, but the B&O EQ is not as loud. ANC is very good, but the soundstage is not as wide as Libery 3 Pro. There were no complaints. It's not completely natural sounding, but transparency is good. These are the most complete TWS with LDAC, multipoint, good mic, and mute shortcut. I like that it is small. There was no wireless charging on the case. One of the issues I'm seeing is that the right bud is draining 15% faster and the other is that the single tap on the music app doesn't always work when you don't have the music app open.
Up to 26 Hours of Playtime: Get 7 hours of playtime from a single charge on the earbuds with up to 3 charges from the charging case. EarFun Free Pro is the best true wireless earbuds for 2022. The earbuds weigh just 0.15oz. No matter how long you use it, you will not experience fatigue because of the small size and shape. The built-in anti- noise microphone helps eliminate both inside and outside noise up to 28dB so you can jam to the music and create a world of your own, suitable for subway, plane, office, etc. Have you ever loved a song because of the bass part? The bass is made to sound like it is listening to a live concert with its rich layers and power, and the stereo is made to deliver superior and high-quality stereo. Enhanced 4- Microphone array Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC) Technology blocks out 80% of background noises and makes your voice clearer on the other side, giving you the confidence to take calls anytime, anywhere. The advanced technology ofBluetooth 5.2 provides faster and more stable connections, so you don't have to worry about signal cuts. You will be in your music world in a couple of seconds if you enable the connection on your mobile phone. Are you worried about the fast power consumption of earbuds? EarFun Free Pro is the best choice. It supports wireless charging and is able to provide 120 minutes of playtime. The earbuds have 7 hours of playtime on a single charge.
👤I've gone through a lot of different earbuds, trying to find a pair that doesn't fall out of my ear, doesn't stick out too far, and has a decent battery. I wanted buds that were specifically for work. Everyone can hear me. I have not had any complaints. 'Say that again', no more 'What?' I don't like repeating myself, so that's so bad. You have to make sure they are snug in your ears. The battery life is great. I can do 80% of an 8 hour shift with 1 bud. I talked on the phone for 4 hours. It held its own. I've done a 6 hour shift with 1 bud while listening to music. During these times, there is no refilling. It's an added bonus. I read about it and thought it wasn't that great. The people are telling the truth. The bass is amazing. For real. It's very deep. It's topnotch. They have ear hooks and a charging cord. I didn't know how to use the hooks. They're to help keep the buds snug. They do their job. I bend the hook and push the bud in at an angle, and the hook hooks in the part of my ear that's beside my ear hole. I feel like I'm able to walk away from my phone and still be connected. The manual says you can hear if you're 49 feet away without objects in the midst. Oh, that's right. I don't think they're overly sensitive. I have had ones that I barely brush the touch area and they hang up. The controls for music and phone use are easy to use, which is good for my memory. I contacted their customer service after having an issue with the first pair. They're A-1. I'm happy. I'll buy another pair when these kick the bucket.
👤I had to go into my orders after opening the box because I thought about what the earbuds were called. I wouldn't buy a pair with that name. I checked my order and it was what I bought. After running through my collection of music, they are absolutely fun to listen to. I'm somewhat of an audio engineer. I was stationed overseas. I dropped a coin on a high-end component when I started buying it. The Nakamichi Dragon cassette deck cost over $900 back in the day. I'm old. It was worth every cent. Back then... Bose has always been my headphones. I used to enjoy the noise cancelation and the quality of music when I flew. After the last set stopped working, I drove over one Air Pod that I owned. I picked up another pair of cheaper ones on Amazon. It was $69.99. After about a year, I could no longer pair the left ear bud, so I went back to Amazon and found some new ones, the reviews were very complimentary, so I pulled the trigger. I ran through some of the music and thought about it. The Paul Oakenfold mix is called Starry Eye Surprise. Is the bass playing through my head? Check. Is there strong mids? Check. The highs may suffer a little, but not much. I was bouncing between these and my Bose Quiet Comfort 3's, and Hazy Bones sounded wonderful. Asia and Boston were pleasant. Impressively so. Calvin Harris has a variety of songs. Hank Jr., a variety of songs, is clean, crisp, and no criticism is given. The sound is great. There was no criticism. In terms of other usage notes My earbuds were hard to stay in my ear. At least the left one. It wouldn't say secure even if I tried a soft gel cup. That's not nice. I used the soft gels that came on the earbuds to fit both ears. The ear loop came out of the box. It's a very comfortable design. The earbuds are low vis, they fit nicely into the ear, and I can bend my head over, they stay nice and secure. I've worn them from 100% charged to low battery alert and they've been free of bother. After 5 hours of sleep, I slept with the left ear in, sleeping on my left side. I could not be happier with the appearance of these earbuds. I have one somewhat negative comment. I have a hard time getting the earbuds out of the case because of my strong hands. It's all over. I listened to an audiobook for about 4-5 hours. It was charged quickly when it was swapped to the other earbud. I think they may be the best of the best, unless they cause some kind of embolism. I could not recommend them more highly. Unless you write a lot of negative reviews, I believe you will be happy with this purchase. I would not hesitate to buy these for a family member who is in need of quality earbuds, even with my fumbling fingers, because I am more than happy with my purchase.
You can have it all, it turns out. The most cutting-edge technology for calls and music experience is what the Jabra Elite 85t Wireless Earbuds have. You can adjust your level of ANC to cancel noise you don't want to hear, or you can use the app to let in what you want. You can make and take calls with the crystal-clear calls. The 12mm speakers offer big sound, powerful base, and amazing sound quality, all wrapped up in a super compact design. The operating temperature for wireless charging is 0C to 40C / 32F to 104F. Up to 25 hours of battery life can be achieved with a single charge with ANC on and a total charge of 25 hours in the compact Qi-certified charging case. The magnetic case snaps the earbud headphones in place for maximum security. 2 wireless charging pads are included. MySound tailors music to your hearing with an in-app hearing test, and the earbuds feature MyControls that lets you easily adjust your button functions. Works with a number of digital assistants. It is possible to connect with the 5.1 version of the Bluetooth protocol.
👤It's small, compact, and sleek compare too many out there. The look of these Jabra doesn't draw attention. This is something that Apple will not get back. There is a They have a tight fit. My experience is that the earbuds will not leave your ear unless you use your hands. I ran, went on a trampoline, and heard Jimi Hendrix. It was very sturdy, no wobble at all. There is a They are comfortable to wear. The 75t rests on your ears, rather than near the speaker end. Both are secure and comfortable. Excellent connection. They don't use them as a phone or just for music. If you want, you can connect to your phone and another device with the 75t. There is a The case can last up to 28 hours. I didn't test to see if the number is correct, but I did need to charge it after a week. There is a The case is small and can be stood on its side. The Airpods charging case is a little smaller. My wallet and keys can be put in one pocket. The magnetic seal on the case makes it easy to open. The earbuds can fall off if the magnets are not strong. There is a The case has a fast charging port. 40 minutes more battery life was given by a 10-minute charge. There is a You can use the app to check the battery levels for the case and earbuds. There is a The layout of the microphone is very good. A 4 microphone setup makes a conversation very clear on their end. There was no wind distortion on the other side. Your voice is the only one that is focused when using these microphones. They work well. There is a They put a button on the earbuds. Thanks, small perks go a long way. If you are connected to your phone, you can use the one-touch on the earbuds to get your voice assistants on your end. Dust and sweat are resistant. These buds will keep going if you sweat all you like. There is a The app is one of the best features. You can change your sound take with the 75t's app. The layout is very user-friendly as you are given a graphic display of how much you want the sound quality to be, either your right, left or both earbuds. I believe in enabling the use of custom sound profiles because only you know what is best for your hearing. I am very happy with the amount of personalization with this. There is a The earbuds will adapt to what you change in the app if you apply your personal sound settings. No restart or delay. There is a One of the best bass levels on the market. If you are a bass person, you will love this. If you are, you can go in the app and reduce it. There is a The mids and highs are crisp, while the Passive Noise reduction does a decent job blocking out those outside noises. There is a They stop playing music when I pull out my earbuds. There are quick sensors. There is a The tap controls are easy to use. The option to control the volume controls on the earbuds is the best part of this. No need to use the phone. There are pros and cons. The bass is loud. It is too good. The music is always boom, boom, boom and it is always the highs and lows. I went to the app and cut the bass. The bass power is not that significant. I am not a bass person, but this is an upside. There is a There is no noise-canceling software. When the wind blows in your face, the Passive Noise reduction works well. It does reduce the amount of wind resistance, but the environment will still be loud in the earbuds. The water rating is low. You have to be extra careful when the rain or snow comes because of your sweat resistance. These are great for running, but you have to be careful not to get these buds wet. The ear is big. The buds look like they will pop out of my ear. The earbuds should be extended so they are thin and not large. There is a There was no wireless charging for the case. There is a You get a less full day of battery life. Other reviewers have had worse, so be warned. There is a There is a lot of saliva on the buds. I don't have an issue. Some people don't like the feeling of air coming in, and would like it if it were there. If you are a runner, this is a must. There is a The left ear bud can be used on its own. The right can and cannot be left. It is a wait and see as to when a software update will be. Changing your setting with these buds is not automatic. I had to wait for the buds to adjust to the settings I made on the app. This only happens when there are significant changes. There is a You can't call up the virtual assistant with these. You have to call. There is a The size of the hands may make it hard for them to use these. There is a I tried to connect my computer and phone at the same time, but the buds didn't work. It has a hard time choosing which one to give you when your phone goes off when you watch a video on the internet, and it is trying to find what primary use is. There is a I accidentally press the wrong buttons with a small bulky size. There is a learning curve when it comes to press. These are good for active lifestyles. I had to take them out of my ears. I was most impressed with the way you can modify the sound when using the app. It's a good idea to be able to set the sound experience that fits your needs. These earbuds are small, have a great microphone, and have an excellent battery case, so I can take them with me on the go. That bass is still there. When the music matches it, but there is bass in songs that don't need it, it's very annoying. The app does help, but you should expect the default sound to be neutral. I expected to get noise-canceling software because of the higher pricing, but sadly it wasn't. My expectations were higher because of the mediocre battery life, but there are decent earbuds. A decent sound with a strong bass, but no battery life to brag about. I hope I helped you. Honest reviewer.
20 million people love the sound. Hear nothing. Multimode hybrid active noise cancelling gives you the optimal noise cancelling in any scenario. Music is the only thing you will hear when you are indoors or on the go. A bio-composite driver is generating 50% more bass. Get ear beats that bounce without sacrificing clarity. Super-clear calls have 6 microphones and a noise-cancelling algorithm. Your voice is delivered via earbuds with superior clarity and volume. 35-Hour Playtime: Get 7 hours of listening on a single charge of the wireless earbuds, then use the compact charging case to replenish them 4 times. It will take at least two weeks of commute on one charge.
👤They sound great. The bass is deep, and you can use their app to change it using their many options. My wife kept the Soundcore Liberty buds, so I am familiar with the brand. They are inexpensive compared to Bose and other popular brands. My friend accidentally washed his set in the washing machine, but they still work. They can't connect to more than one device at a time, a feature that came with the Liberty buds. If you get a call, your buds will pick up while in the case, so you have to disengage the phone from the call. If you have to pause on your phone to listen to music or watch a video, then you have to put buds back in case. It's not the worst thing, but it's annoying, after being used to the Liberty Buds which automatically disconnected when placed in their case. That is my biggest complaint. They sound great with deep bass songs. I was surprised how good they sounded. I think they're great, but they're not as big as I thought from the pictures on Amazon. They don't stick out a lot. Hopefully they will upgrade the software and fix the connect issues. Soundcore sent me an email two days after my review, with information about how the buds don't connect instantly after being put back in their case. They do connect on their own after being put back in their case. They don't connect to more than one device at a time, but they are still worth it.
👤The Liberty 2 Pro's are awesome. They don't have ANC or a smaller form factor. I thought they might fill that void. They have a smaller form factor and sound great, but here's the beef. The volume needs to be raised. Not close to the Pro's. The controls need an update immediately. You can change them with the app, but only if you hold it for 2 seconds. What? The touch pad is designed so that you don't touch it while putting the buds in or adjusting them, so add a function to make it easier to use. You can use all the functions if you add a 3 touch. It's ridiculous! Soundcore should do it because these would be a 5 star with the above updates. It's a shame that no qui charging is available. They will cut out for a second or two. Another review mentioned that as well.
👤The noise cancellation function is not available and I mostly watch movies. Is that really true? I can't verify that noise cancellation works with music. Sometimes you want to use them without media to make noise go away. They are useless in this mode of operation. There is no difference between the settings for noise cancellation. The ambient noise is the same as if we are never there. The ambient sound is the same as with the earpieces in and you can take the air pieces out of your ears. The controls that operate through the app are not easy to use. These earbuds are the worst I have ever tried.
It is possible to connect with the 5.1 version of the Bluetooth protocol. Industry leading anc gives a personalized, virtually soundproof experience. You can take hands-free calls with a built-in mic. 24bit audio signal processing improves sound quality. The battery life can be up to 24 hours with a carrying case. Just speak with a double tap to the ear bud and you're done. There is a truly wireless design with simultaneous L/R transmission. For voice access to music, information, and more. With a simple touch, you can be activated. The sound control automatically switches to ambient sound mode based on your activity.
👤I had these headphones in my possession for a couple days and I have to say they live up to my expectations. I was considering getting the full-sized headphones to use in my office, where I have both noisy neighbors and a loud heating and cooling system, but when I saw they were available for pre-order, I thought they might work better for my use case. The battery life is directly on the mark with what's advertised. I used it in my office with noise cancelling on, volume at mid-levels from 11-5 before the left earphone died. The right had 20%, so maybe using the touch controls causes quicker battery drain? Charging from the case seems to be on the mark. I threw the earbuds in the case and walked away. My right ear bud went from 20% to 100% in 20 minutes. This more or less means that I can just keep my earbuds on and not worry about the battery dying on me. Music quality is great. These sound great on the "Excited" EQ preset, and I like to listen to all kinds of genres, from electronic hardcore, 80s city pop,00's nu and death metal, pop and R&B and rap. I was a little disappointed with the noise cancelling. When I started to use it out of the box, I could still hear people talking to me, even though I had read the pre-release reviews about how great it was. These won't block out loud conversations, but they are still useful. It completely eliminates the loud noise of the air conditioning in my office. That's without music playing. Even on low volumes, these really block out the world when you add music to the mix. I had a coworker try to get my attention for a short time, but I didn't notice anything until they knocked on my desk, which I thought was a part of the ambient soundtrack I was listening to at first. I was very impressed with the noise cancelling when combined with music. They're close, but not earplugs. A preset called "wind noise" is one step below full noise cancelling in the app that will completely kill that wind noise and still block other noises very well. It's great. No issues connecting it to my devices. If you want to connect to a computer or non-Android/IOS device easily, hold the touch sensitive button on both ears for 7 seconds. The cons are that there is no wireless charging. The bulky case would make things easier. There is no option for volume controls. It's more annoying to have to open my device to change volume all the time than I thought. There is no way to change noise cancelling modes without the app. The last two points are understandable, but still would have been nice. The ambient pass-through mode works perfectly if you enable it in the app. I'm very satisfied with the risk I took ordering these things and I really like them. I would buy these if you were on the fence. I'm really happy with these, but I'll update this review in the future if I have any more issues. Two weeks have passed since I wrote this and I have a few updates. You can change the noise cancelling level by setting one of the touch controls to "ambient sound control" in the app. You can use this to switch between different noise cancelling modes. I've found the adaptive sound control option to be pretty accurate and useful. I have a set up where it's in full noise cancelling when I'm sitting still, wind noise reduction when walking, and ambient sound level 10 when running. I've only tested the first two options since I don't commute by public transit, but the app is convenient when I decide to go for a quick walk while working. I've noticed that when I connect my tv to my sound system, I lose sync, but it usually fixes itself quickly, or a pause-play will fix it as well. I haven't noticed it on my phone, but it's probably a mix of distance and the TV's wireless technology.
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