These are not the loudest earphones I have had but the depth and sound quality is perfect. They fit so comfortably and look amazing. Worth every penny just as good as any over priced brand.
I own a few IEMs and also Bose QC35 headphones, these Edifier TWS1 Pro aren't shamed by any of them, well balanced, very detailed, wide sound stage (for earbuds), and nice sub-bass capabilities.
So no, they aren't made for bass heads, you guys are probably going to do better with Beats or some Soundpeats older models, these are for balanced sound lovers.
It is very good for the value, while yes there are some sounds it cannot block, it is literally $70 so cut it some slack. Long battery life, pretty great quality, and it is very cheap 9/10.
They aren't 100% noise cancelling but for the price, these work great. Long battery life and event sound quality. I wanted to try out a budget pair of these headphones since I didn't know how much use I would get out of them and they are pretty good quality. Comfortable and fairly boise cancelling but not so much so that you can't hear someone talking loudly to you within a few feet/phone ringing/etc.
I really have all good things to say about these headphones - the quality feels much higher than other brands I have bought and the sound quality is just as good if not better. For the price these headphones can really compete with $200+ headphones of the same type. If you are confused at which brand is best you would not be disappointed with Edifier’s 😍
After buying and returning another set of headphones that cost twice as much, I've been pleasantly surprised by my experience with this pair. The price is extremely affordable, especially with the build quality and features. I'm no audiophile but I enjoy the sound. I primarily use them in noise canceling mode and they easily met my expectations. Connecting to my phone via Bluetooth is easy/seamless. The controls are easy to find and use, more simplified compared to more expensive headphones but that's not a bad thing. I like how I can pause/play a track I'm listening to while using the same button to answer/hang up calls. One thing I wasn't sure of was the call quality so I was relieved to discover that these have been great for calls. People have no issues hearing me and the conversation is crisp/clear.
I own over 20 pairs of earbuds and would rate these Edifier earbuds near the top of the pack. The sound quality they produce is very good if a tad bass heavy for my taste (EDM aficionados take note). Overall I would rate their sound quality 8.5/10, which surpasses anything else I own in this price range. The only fault of the earbuds lies with their limited control scheme (no way to adjust volume), not to mention the finicky touch surfaces which are not the most responsive. But if you can live with the quirky controls, these earbuds are a solid buy.
Holy smokes these are great. The sound quality is amazing even on Spotify. If you have Amazon, Tidal, or Apple Music you'll be in for a real treat as they provide High Fidelity music. I want to add that you can't listen to hifi on any iOS device so this is only something that can be experienced on Android for now. Apple PAY ATTENTION!
The biggest gripe I have is the Edifier application. It's terrible. There is a 3 second load page that shows the earbuds and reads "more than sound". When you get past that you have 4 tabs "Earbuds, Mall, Discover and Mine" with Mall and Discover being completely useless and an eyesore to look at. Sound settings can also be very difficult to understand, I'll attach an image of my sound settings for anyone interested.
Overall I'm keeping them. Sound is amazing and I got these for less than $100. Wireless charging isn't something I miss, I had some Samsung Buds+ and it took forever to fully charge wirelessly.
*Edifier if you are listening please make your application more simple. I don't want to shop for your products on your app, I got Amazon for that and your earbuds got my attention on your brand.
After ah few months of use I'll say this was worth every penny... ANC is soft on the ears, you don't feel like you're ears is being suck in by a vacuum compared to the air pro by apple. Only problem I have is with the smooth case I wear a lot of cotton pants and the case will fall out when I sit..but since the battery lasts atleast 9hrs I don't need to have the case on me at times. This product was so good my daughter asked me to buy her one.
Bought these as a Christmas gift for our teenage son. We havent slept since. He has indoctrinated us in all kinds of music, some of which is good, with wall shaking efficiency. Hes going to be the life of his fraternity some day.
I love these headphones. They rival any of the big names out there. The battery life is amazing, they sound awesome and these extra modes that it comes with (sound reduction and ambient noise reduction) work really well.
I like these. I like these a lot. The ANC is better than many of the tws in this price range. The sound is amazing. Music sounds even, with bass, mid and lows balanced just right. I dont like The color choices though. Itd be cool to see blue at least. The only gripes I have are color and the fact that no foam ear tips fit these. Otherwise a great pair of earbuds.
If great sound matters to you and you’re looking for a pair of wireless headphones with one of the best sounds around, the Edifier Stax Spirit S3 are a superb buy.
I can tell you that the Stax Spirit S3 sound as good or better than anything I’ve tested or heard, and they’re one of the few headsets I’d use for mixing, thanks to their extreme accuracy.
The ANC on the NeoBuds Pro is impressive — easily the best you’ll find on a set of earbuds at this price.
Edifier’s W820NB are some of the best under $100 because they’re Hi-Res Audio certified, with extended frequency support and support for more audio formats.
Noise cancellation is just as impressive and blocks out enough ambient noise to enjoy music in peace.