These can't compare with the Samsung's, Sony's etc but at their price point they're good average earbuds that do their job.
Sound quality is fine for the average user, the bass at times is highly exaggerated and doesn't sound "clean'. Other than that, music sounds fine. I use these mostly to play white noise when walking/working and they do an OK in blocking out outside sound sufficiently so you can concentrate.
You'll notice audio lag if you're using them to listen to YouTube, Netflix etc but that's expected.
Battery life is as advertised and the charging case is small and easy to carry in pockets.
I've not had them long, but considering the price ($32) with deal of the day, I wasn't sure what to expect. Took the risk based on reviews and some of the features like the case to extend battery life, design for fit so I could wear them when active and not end up ripping cables and earphones from my ears when doing activities or exercise. I have bought expensive store recommended brands before but I couldn't get them to stay in my ears so the money was completely wasted. Tried to offer them to my partner, but he had similar issues with other well known brands. I gave this set to him to try and we both found they didn't fall out as the other had which was a relief. It is not the loudest sound, and there is a bit of a hiss during instruments or lulls in songs but I can ignore it most of the time. I can't speak about longevity because I've only had them a few days but so far so good. They have a year warranty, so the concerns a couple of people had about life span should be covered for a year. For the price it seems a reasonable risk to take. The case is slim and easy to pop in a pocket or bag. A little drawback that I didn't read before I bought them was that it requires no greater than 1A for charging. I had to hunt around in drawers for old tech as most devices use greater. I was lucky to find a really old powerbank that only goes to 1A and has a micro usb so I could charge the case. Without it, I would have been stuck. My partner thought he might get a set as a back up alternative for short trips when he doesn't want to take his huge and expensive over ear headphones so when in stock I'll grab a second. I also bought the SoundPEATS Q30 that has a longer battery life (but no charge case). with a small cable that sits around the neck and had magnetic backs on the earphones that are handy for jobs that need you to take them on and off without losing them or having them get tangled like wired headphones. I think between the two, these TrueWirless Earbuds V5.0 are the more comfortable and less likely to fall out and perhaps slightly clearer sound, but both seem reasonably good for the price. The Q30 has a nice little carry case and accessories. Both models connected to blutooth without any issues at all.
They have longer battery life, and crisper clearer sound than the four others I’ve tried at this price point. I really like them. The only reason holding me back from a 5 rating is three little things (1) the shape makes them very fiddly to remove from the charging case and I worry about dropping them somewhere awkward to recover (train platform etc). (2) they lack a little deep base (although they sound very crisp and clear). (3) although the lack of physical buttons is an advantage in sone regards they very fiddly to pause, power down etc. All in all though they better than others in this price point and i would buy them again.
Out of the box I was very disappointed with how these earphones sounded due to the thin, grainy mids and booming bass response. I wasn't expecting wonders considering my daily drivers are a pair Samson SR850's (incredible headphones by the way, go buy a pair) but was still slightly miffed at the aggressive bass and treble presentation.
Roughly a dozen hours of burn in has resolved the overall listening experience into something more useable for general purposes although things do still tend towards a quite noticeable and hyped V shape which I could personally do without. This throws 4 and 5 piece performances out of balance and can be fatiguing on the ears, although it does lend a certain je n'ais ce quix to less dense pieces of music, for example a voice accompanied by a piano or single acoustic guitar. If my ears don't deceive me there is also a type of faux stereo widening effect present as well although this generally sounds pleasant and has become less obvious with time. Overall clarity and definition is impressive for a wireless earphone.
Call quality is fine from my experience. I took a call today on a windy foreshore and had no trouble hearing or being heard so that's an unexpected positive. The touch controls are mildly inconsistent but still useful. The case is well designed and functional. Pairing is not always perfect but generally a painless process once the device is paired with a source. Battery life is above average for this type of product and the case has plenty of juice to go around with a useful set of indicator lights to demonstrate overall charge level.
Overall I don't regret my purchase but would have appreciated an audiophile's perspective on these buds before hand. Great for your average listener / Bose enthusiast, but someone who prefers a balanced sonic signature for a wide range of listening styles will likely be disappointed and need to have an EQ handy at all times to try and tame the frequency response below 90hz and above 8Khz.
It's only early days since my purchase so don't have a longitudinal study or long term perspective into these headphones, but so far I've been very pleased with them. I purchased them for running and have been pleasantly surprised with how well they stay in, even though most reviews I read comment on similar outcomes. I researched plenty of true wireless headphones and these ones rated very well for a reasons. Their quality far outweighs their price. In my early days of opinion I would say do yourself a favour and give them a shot.
I normally don't leave reviews, but I'm compelled to due to the sheer quality of these earbuds.
Pros: In-ear earbuds - I love in-ear earbuds, so this is a great plus. It blocks out nearly all background noise, so it's great on my daily commute on public transport.
EXTREMELY affordable - at only $40 aud (I got it for $32 on the prime day sale, which is even more insane) it poses a threat to other high-end earbuds
Bass - I love my hip-hop, and I can happily say that all the songs i've listened to so far have not had the bass distorted, which is great.
Comfortable - I was a bit cautious ordering these because they looked very bulky in the images provided and was concerned they would be uncomfortable, but I was worrying for nothing. They feel great, and I was able to listen for around 3hrs before experiencing a little bit of discomfort, but that's normal for me.
Bluetooth - These are my first pair of wireless earbuds, and I don't think I can go back after this. Not having a wire means I can leave my phone in my office or living room while doing errands or jobs so I don't get distracted while still being able to listen to music, and the range has proven very good so far. It also autoconnects to my Huawei P20 running EMUI 9.1, which is something that I was surprised with!
Battery - It says in the product details that it can run for around 4hrs, which is around what i've found. For wireless earbuds at this price, that's honestly fine and the compact charging case provides it with 24hrs of charge.
Touch controls - Don't get me wrong - when it works, it works great. But sadly for some reason mine sometimes just decides to pick and choose when it wants to accept input, which has caused some light frustration, ontop of looking a tad silly poking at something in my ear over and over... lol. Furthermore, there is a bit of a learning curve with the different commands, so I sometimes found myself confused as to what I was doing.
No volume controls - This is extremely nitpicky, but I felt compelled to include it here. It would've been a great addition.
Overall, you would be doing yourself a disservice NOT buying these. I've been using earbuds at this point for close to 10 years and I think I have finally found the 'white whale' I've been looking for. Affordable, great build quality, wireless, excellent sound quality, and comfortable over long uses.
I wasn't expecting heaps from a $40 set of earbuds, but woowwweee. The sound quality genuinely blew me away with how good it was at such a cheap price point. This is coming from someone who owns and uses a $300 set of headphones. Considering you get true wireless, bluetooth and pretty damn good sound quality for only $40, this is an absolute no regrets buy. The case is very nice, although the lid is a little wobbly, but nothing drastic at all. You can not go wrong with these earbuds in the slightest. The sound quality is lacking a tiny bit in the highs, but they do sound awesome and for $40 it isn't a let down at all.
The headphone feels solid (plasticky) and sits well in my ears. The case is small and compact taking up little space. The lid of the case could be sturdier as it feels like it could break. Would be nice if there is a little see through to see whether the buds are charging. Also would be better if the case is USB-C rather than USB-2 connection. Sound can be a little soft and tinny. The biggest gribe is that there is a slight lag when when watching videos. Enough for me to keep looking around for a better pair. All up not too bad for the price.
Surprisingly good bass for earphones, max volume isn't too loud, just right. easy to connect, pretty good battery life so far,
Only problems are that there is no volume control on the actual earphones themselves (touch controls) and its difficult to get used to touch controls if you have never used wireless earphones with them. I end up pausing or skipping tracks by accident.
But most likely this won't happen once I'm used to them. But for the $32 i paid for them, they're definitely worth a try.