True wireless earbuds are one of the most popular tech purchases right now. Originally part of premium products, true wireless earbuds today are available in all shapes and sizes. Many beautiful wireless earbuds are now available at an affordable price.
However, with so many real wireless audio options out there, choosing the right one for you can be difficult or difficult for some. If you are in the market for genuine wireless headphones, here are some tips to keep in mind to make sure you are buying the right pair.
Products and prices
Perhaps the most important factor to consider is what you think. While casual listeners do not need to spend extra money to buy a high-quality product, it is still important to get TWS earphones from a good product you trust. Products that have a great product line and have been making sound products for years are likely to produce high-quality earbuds that will last a long time, provide better sound and more.
On the other hand, spending a fair amount of money is also very important. When you buy a cheap product and realize that you are not delivering the kind of sound quality that you expect, you end up wasting that money and time. Try to find the right balance between a well-known product and an affordable price. Don’t forget to check out offers and sales.
Design is the next most important thing when buying new wireless earbuds. When it comes to a product that will stay in your ears for as long as possible, it is important to find a design that is comfortable to wear and the right fit.
If the shoots are too big, it can be painful for you to wear them. If they are too small, they may fall off. This is especially important with plastic earbuds such as the Apple AirPods or OnePlus Buds, which do not include silicone tips. If you are unsure of your fit, it is best to look for options that come with a wide range of custom ear tips that can be changed.
If you plan to use your earbuds in the gym or during a run, you also get better with buds that have more ways to stay untouched. Check out options like Amazfit PowerBuds, with optional ear hooks.
Physical features and actions
Almost every product you encounter while buying new TWS earbuds will have a few stand-alone features. However, it is better to stick to the features that suit you. For example, if you don’t intend to use your ears in the shower, don’t go looking for a product that has great water resistance, and look for something that sounds great at that price point instead.
Other important things to look out for are the ability to control the playing of music and calls, launching voice assistants, fast pairing and reliable connectivity. If you buy a pair in 2021, it should have at least one Bluetooth 5.0 and a touch.
Talking about it, and not that touch-based touches are not for everyone. If you plan to use your buds while you are asleep, during games or in the water, a touch-based touch may sometimes fail to be suppressed or worse, caused without your intention. Earbuds have body buttons that you can click to get started to have more control but can lose water resistance as a result.
Audio quality, call quality, and audio-codec support
Good TWS earbuds should have a rich, balanced sound that does not fall into the bass or bass-heavy. To make sure your music doesn’t sound empty, look at the size of the drivers used in the earbuds. 6mm drivers are known to be respectable but if things like metal detector and sound are rich for you, look for at least 10mm drivers at each end of the earbuds.
Also, check the quality of microphone reception. Your TWS earbuds may sound pretty cool, but they fall out of quality when you make a call. For us, that’s a bad couple of hidden TWS. If you plan to use your earbuds extensively for phone calls and multiplayer play, look for products with more mics or a good ANC (Active Noise Cancellation).
If you intend to spend extra money on high-quality products, check out the audio-codec support you get at earbuds. Medium-sized earbuds will usually support SBC codec, but if you want the best sound, you should look for products that support AAC, AptX or LDAC codecs.
Battery life (Case with Earbuds)
Battery life is important and there are no two ways to do it. The more battery capacity your buds have, the longer they will last for a single charge. The more powerful your case, the more likely it will be to charge your buds. Also, be aware that most products that advertise a number when talking about battery life usually refer to music playback times. For telephones, that number usually decreases slightly.
The right pair of TWS ears should have at least 4-5 hours of hidden battery life, with a charge that could charge them at least three times in total. Anything below is also acceptable but if you are a power user, you may find yourself looking for a charger often.