EarFun Wireless Earbuds, [What Hi-Fi Awards] Air Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones with 4 Mics ENC, Sweatshield™ IPX7 Waterproof, Clear Sound, Deep Bass, Wireless Charge, Game Mode, App Customize EQ, 35H

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EarFun Wireless Earbuds, [What Hi-Fi Awards] Air Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones with 4 Mics ENC, Sweatshield™ IPX7 Waterproof, Clear Sound, Deep Bass, Wireless Charge, Game Mode, App Customize EQ, 35H

EarFun Wireless Earbuds, [What Hi-Fi Awards] Air Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones with 4 Mics ENC, Sweatshield™ IPX7 Waterproof, Clear Sound, Deep Bass, Wireless Charge, Game Mode, App Customize EQ, 35H

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Still, while that soundstage can feel a little like the M25 motorway on a busy day, the Free 2 earbuds are clear enough and sufficiently well balanced across the frequency range to make an impression. Vocals are the primary focus and avoid being affected by sibilant tones in the likes of Butch Tavares’ Give Her a Ride and La Roux’s Bulletproof. The response to EQ of this EarFun TWS was efficient on bass empowering and midrange reorganization with vast results but the effects over their highs and treble, also introduced some cons.

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Just above that’s the touchpad along with an ANC mic for when you are talking on the mobile phone. That similar mic spot is also home to a few LED indicators that’ll turn the different colors all depending on what you are doing. As if that wasn't enough, these are some of the most secure and comfortable buds we've tested (especially for smaller ears) with a solid build quality – they're 37% lighter and 38% smaller than the top-tier WF-1000XM4 buds from Sony, too. They perform solidly across a range of musical genres with a performance that’s peppy, energetic and buoyant. There’s a good rhythm to these earbuds that isn’t necessarily accurate but does entertain. The charging case on the other hand will give you an extra 28 hours of battery life between each charge allowing you to get around 35 hours total with the earbuds and the case. It didn’t take long to get to that 35 hours during the week since I listen to music while I work. Either way, 35 hours is plenty of time for people to listen to music or watch their favorite shows.Battery life is seven hours per earbud and 30 hours in total with the case. There’s fast-charging support (10 minutes gives two hours) and compatibility with wireless charging plates, too. With voice assistant control possible, the Free 2’s feature set is robust for the price that EarFun is asking. Sound quality If you're all about the sound quality, look for earbuds that support hi-res audio files and low latency codecs like aptX Adaptive.Or, if you want cheap earbuds that will get your through a week's worth of commuting, you'll want to look out for long battery lives - think 25 hours and above. The Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 Plus buds are some of our all-time favorites and they come at a pleasing budget price – especially considering how great they sound. Features-wise, you don't get ANC here, but we're willing to let that slide for the price. But you do get a great companion app, a reliable Bluetooth connection, support for aptX and AAC codecs and 9 hours of battery life with a further 4 full charges from the case, bringing you 45 hours in total. When it comes to playtime, the EarFun Air Pro does it great. They claim 7 hours ANC on and 9 hours ANC off for one charge on earbuds. By testing, it does very closely to their specs. Besides, you can get up to 32 hours with a charging case. EarFun Air Pro Review – Stereo and Mono Modes

EarFun Air Review – EarFun TW200 Wireless Earbuds

Indeed, the EarFun Air carries a very competent IPX7 waterproof rating, which should make them capable of holding up against dangerous situations (water-related) without damaging, in comparison to many other true wireless earbuds. The EarFun Air's 6mm drivers do a good job with bass and overall clarity. (Image credit: TechRadar) EarFun Air review: audio performance The JLab Go Air Pop are an incredibly accomplished pair of buds considering how cheap they are. Connectivity was instant and reliable throughout our testing, we also liked the simple on-ear volume controls. There's a mic in each earbud for call-handling, and you'll get basic EQ profiles too – triple tap either earpiece and you’ll hear the soothing voice say “balanced’, “bass boost” or “JLab signature”.Generally, the audio quality provided by the E11BTs is very good, with an impressive amount of sonic power for such small earbuds. Vocals sound clear and smooth on Fleet Foxes’‘Blue Ridge Mountains’, thanks to their custom-tuned drivers – as dynamic drivers they also provide a hefty amount of bass, due to the relatively large volumes of air they displace as they vibrate. We tried them out on Kanye West’s ‘Flashing Lights’, and we were impressed by the thumping bass and unctuous synth strings. You really want app support: These buds do well without a companion app, but if you prefer a visual cue you won't find it here.

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You need noise cancelling features: It’s the one area where the budget nature of the earbuds becomes clear – premium noise cancelling features are absent. During our testing, we really found that these earbuds belie their lowly price-point, and sound far better than we'd have ever expected. We said in our review they provide a "pleasant listen". Sure, sonically they can certainly be beaten but you'll have to pay a lot more. Upon opening the charging case you will that it is molded to fit EarFun Air supremely. When you take the EarFun Air wireless earbuds out, you will see a magnet that holds the buds in place, and towards the below of the charging case, you will see 2 gold connectors, pins that again, charge the buds when attached. Due to this tuning, the EarFun Air will be able to grant highs that can be listened for long time without getting annoyingly sibilant/piercing but neither being overly muddy nor dark.

You want class-leading sound: We enjoyed listening to music with the EarFun Air Pro 3, but it’s not at the top of the pile. Critical listeners won’t like them and will find better definition from rivals.

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These inexpensive earbuds should be on your list – and not on looks alone. These buds sound more expansive and are generally better than anything else you can buy for this money. Do you intend to workout with your earbuds? If so, you'll need buds that will stay put, so look out for interchangeable eartips and fins to hold them in place. All of the the affordable earbuds in this list come with our recommendation, but often you do get what you pay for in terms of connectivity, build and noise cancellation.Perhaps the only indication that we’re dealing with a sub-three-figure set of in-ears here is the battery light display on the case. It features just one little LED to denote the amount of juice remaining. The solution is a good one though; when the case is opened, the light glows green when it has more than 30 per cent battery, orange when it’s below 30 per cent, and red at 10 per cent. It flashes red when you’re nearly out of juice and need to charge. I tend to forever need bigger ear tips and the similar applies here, with the bigger ear tips that are included the fit is just great. I can move around without too much risk of them falling out, but I would not want to go to a run with these earbuds.

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