[Amazon.ca] 39.99$ Wireless Earbuds, [Upgraded] Boltune Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless Earbuds in-Ear Headsets with Mic CVC 8.0 Noise

//[Amazon.ca] 39.99$ Wireless Earbuds, [Upgraded] Boltune Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless Earbuds in-Ear Headsets with Mic CVC 8.0 Noise

[Amazon.ca] 39.99$ Wireless Earbuds, [Upgraded] Boltune Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless Earbuds in-Ear Headsets with Mic CVC 8.0 Noise

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Was looking for wireless earbuds to replace my damaged ones and these seem to have nice reviews. Hopefully, they live up to the reviews.
Not sure if there are better options out there, hopefully, some RFDers will chime in . Cheers!



Amazon product: Wireless Earbuds, [Upgraded] Boltune Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless Earbuds in-Ear Headsets with Mic CVC 8.0 Noise Cancelling, IPX8 Waterproof, USB-C Quick Charge, 40Hours Playtime, Single/Twin Mode
Customer Reviews:
I’ve been using AirPods (and then AirPods Pro) for around a year, but I ended up returning my AirPods Pro. | I got this instead. It comes with 3 different earplugs, a USB-C charger and user manuals. | Build quality: It’s all plastic, but the lid is magnetic so it’s easy to open up and close. I’ve dropped it countless times, and I haven’t had a problem so far. The lid can move left and right a little bit, that could have been sturdier; I hope that won’t break. The earbuds are also plastic, but they feel quite sturdy. | Initial pairing: You take them both off the case; they immediately connect with each other and then you pair them with your phone. Earbuds turn on when you open up the lid (as opposed to when they are no longer touching the charging pad) which shortens the pairing time. | Other wireless earbuds I’ve used wouldn’t let me use only one earbud, which is a bummer when you want to charge one earbud and still listen to the music. This one lets me do it. It’s also useful when you want to have only one earbud on. | There is some lag, but my phone and computer seem to be able to sync the video with audio (by delaying the video) | They are bigger in size than AirPods; but I don’t think they look bad. There is one button on each earbud, letting you play/pause, skip/go back to a song and change volume. | Sound quality is very good. It’s bass heavy, but I like it. I can comfortably listen to music up to 80% volume (then it gets too much for me) with this pair. | Insulation is pretty good, which also creates the noise cancelling effect. It works fine (There have been multiple instances where I couldn’t hear my girlfriend who was in the same room as me) but I need to take each earbud out for a couple of seconds every half an hour or so to let my ears breathe. | I make quite a lot of phone calls every day, and the microphone quality is very good. I don’t know how it processes audio, but I can confirm that each earbud has at least one microphone (as you can keep talking with either earbud charging). It’s also the only pair of wireless earphones (aside from the AirPods) that let me comfortably talk to Siri. I am told that I sound better through these than I did using my AirPods. | Battery life: Unlike AirPods, I cannot check the case battery level through my phone; instead, there are 4 LEDs. I charge the case every couple of days, and I have the earbuds on pretty much all the time and I’ve had a low battery warning on one of the earbuds only once. They last at least 5 hours; which is more than what I’d expect from such a pair. | Overall; this is a fantastic pair of Wireless Earphones. I would believe it if someone told me they cost $100.


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2020-10-05T18:46:37+00:00 October 5th, 2020|Home Theatre & Audio|