The phrase big things come in small boxes certainly applies to these noise-canceling earbuds from EarFun. They may be small, but they pack a punch when it comes to sound.
Despite being about as small as an earbud can be, they have some terrific noise-canceling capabilities. The outward-facing microphones on each earbud detect any outside noise, and then the dynamic drivers generate accurate anti-noise signals. All that is going on behind the scenes. All you need to know is that the sound in your ears — whether music, podcast, or phone conversation — is crystal clear.
EarFun allows you to experience pure sound by achieving up to 28dB noise-canceling effect.
So they cancel outside noise? What about the quality of the sound you do get? Thanks to Bluetooth 5.2 technology, you get a stable signal. There are no audio drops and no interruptions, just pure, steady sound.
There are a lot of features to like about these earbuds including voice and touch control and the voice assistant that allows you to connect to both Siri and Google Assistant.
These wireless earbuds also have a long-lasting battery, getting up to 32 hours of play between charges in the USB-C charging case. They also have an IPX5 rating, meaning they are resistant to sweat and water splashes.
Critics have had tons of praise for these earbuds, with CNET praising the clean, balanced sound and bass that has some kick to it. Forbes praised the long battery life and detailed sound, while iMore simply called them excellent and comfortable to wear,
When you do need to charge them, that doesn’t take much time at all. The earbuds can charge in just an hour, while the charging case takes just two hours via the USB port.
These noise-canceling earbuds normally sell for $79, which is already a great price considering the high quality. But for a limited time, you can have them for just $59.99, a 25 percent savings.
Prices subject to change.
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