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• Bluetooth 5.0 technology, the connection signal is more stable, enabling two headphone connections
• Good sound quality, heavy bass and perfect treble
• Design by ergonomics, the lightweight material provide safe wearing without pain and the ears won't feel discomfort after you wear long time
• Bluetooth 5.0 technology, the connection signal is more stable, enabling two headphone connections
• Good sound quality, heavy bass and perfect treble
• Design by ergonomics, the lightweight material provide safe wearing without pain and the ears won't feel discomfort after you wear long time
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Recommended these to my friend who bought 6 pairs between them. The battery life is great. I make it through the whole work day no problems at all.
For the price I paid, the quality is amazing. These headphones are one of the few wireless headphones I know of that can actually produce quality bass.
منتج رائع ذو جودة صوت مدهشة وإلغاء الضوضاء. أنا استخدامها أثناء تشغيل وأثناء في المنزل. تنوعا للغاية والبقاء دائما في أذني.
I don't normally write reviews, but after searching for a pair of true wireless buds under $100 for weeks and running up against fake reviews and what seemed like junk products I want others to know. These are the real deal. For a little over $30 these are amazing. I pulled them out of the package and opened the case. The case is very satisfying, it has a magnet in the lid so it closes and stays closed with a "snap". The buds were easy to take out of the case, no fiddling with them. The buds were charged out the box so I opened my phone, paired them in under a minute and they both worked flawlessly. The buds fit snug in the ears, I haven't run with them yet but I bounced around the house and they aren't going anywhere. The rubber ear pads aren't the most comfortable, but are easily replaced with the foam kind available on Ecross. The sound was way better than I expected, good range with the base coming through nicely. There was no noticeable lag while listening to music or while watching a video on YouTube. I am very happy with the purchase
Impressive for the price. I have the SoundCore Liberty Lites and Zolo Liberty ear buds. I'm not an audio buff, though I can appreciate quality, but when it comes to wireless it is more about convenience, portability and in the case of these type of ear buds it is the charging case that is a selling point.These have a particular feature I was seeking : the use of either left or right earbud by itself. Without the need to have a "main" earbud out of the case or only being able to use the right one only.I can now listen with either earbud, not carrying or using two sets (one charging while the other in use). Also, very simple to go from mono to stereo, no fuss or issues.I use these with an ipad mini 4 and a Galaxy S8+ as well as the Galaxy watch.So far no interference. Haven't really wanted to use them for calls as I'd rather just use the phone directly but when using the microphone I definitely had to speak up for them to pick up the audio. So in a crowded or noisy area these are not going to cut it.Wish they came in additional colors. Preferred the bigger case with lid, but still am able to slip them in any pocket and aren't going to take up a lot of space.I can't stress enough that you must try the different earbud tips to get a proper seal so you get better sound and some bass.If you just love music and just want to be able to listen without wires and know what you want out of these type of devices, these will do very well and you are saving money over the ones that cost closer to a Benjamin.As an FYI I mostly listen to streaming via Spotify and select the ultra high quality download and stream. Just did a workout and listen to a variety of music, currently listening to "the girl from Ipanema" and I gotta say I'm not disappointed. Couldn't even really hear anything past the music. Did rigorous calisthenics and weight lifting and the earbuds even though they don't have sleeves they stayed put. Also very easy to skip song double tap on the right for forward or backwards on the left. Volume at around 80% was plenty. Definitely keepers.
So I recently did a comparison test between the Upperfit earphones, these EcrossTruefree Plus, and the Enacfire E19. The Upperfit earbuds fit the best with it's curve, but the SP and E19 still fit comfortably in my ear. Although they stuck out a bit, it still had a low profile and the ear tips were just the right size to give me a secure ear closure. As far as connectivity, I didn��t have any issues pairing the earbuds or signs of latency when listening to music, however i did get audio lag when watching videos with the SoundPeats, UF and E19 were just fine this was my only issue. As far as calls, the SP were decent. When listening to others there was a faint robotic sound when they spoke, and the other person could hear a fair bit of background noise. The battery on SP earphones lasted quite a while, about 3-4 hours, but the case lasted forever. Between the SP and the E19 they both had great sound quality. Very clear highs, mids, and lows and the bass was good. Overall everything was great including the price point but the only small issue for me was the video latency because I watch a lot of videos for school, and the audio lag bothered me a little. 4/5 Stars
I can��t say I was really looking for a pair of wireless earbuds. I��d seen what other vendors have to offer and thought that they were more a fashion accessory than hardware that provides a quality user experience. And with a price that makes me cringe, I figured I��d sit this particular gadget out.Man�� I was wrong!When I found out that Ecrosshad an offering in this space and at this price, I thought I��d give it a try. I have found my other Ecrossheadphones to be unbeatable in value, battery life, performance and sound reproduction. So, at this price, how could I lose?I haven��t been disappointed! Now, a brief caveat �C I am NOT an audiophile. My earliest experience with music and sound reproduction was with AM radio and, for those of you too young to remember, THAT was not Hi-Fi at all�� And frankly, I can��t say my tastes have grown with the years. So I��m not going to tell you the highs are the highest you��re going to hear or the lows make a whale sound his song in response, but I will tell you that I love listening to music with them on and the podcasts I listen to are flawless on these.I wear them to the gym and have no fear of losing them �C they fit perfectly and comfortably in my ear and don��t stick out like some of the white ones you see people wearing. In fact, they are nearly invisible. And, amazingly, the battery life is as advertised. I��m used to discounting at least 15% from the advertised battery life and these lasted a solid 3.5 hours at max volume.They come in a solid feeling charger case that includes a 3000 mAh battery �C when they do run low, you have a good ten minutes of warning and then you just throw them back in the case for a quick charge and you��re back in business. When I opened the packaging (also, a SUPER high quality looking package), I noticed the heft and build quality of the case instantly. In fact, everything about these earbuds makes me think of a product that costs much more.It��s nice to be able to touch one or the other and make the music advance or rewind, answer calls with a tap of my ear, skip songs the same way. I��m not groping for a wire hanging around my neck, I��m just tapping the left or right ear bud, depending on what I��m trying to do. Takes a little getting used to, but if I can master it, I��m sure just about anyone else can do so far faster than I did.Good quality? Yes!Good value! Absolutely!Am I happy with these? Darn Right!Would I buy again? Doubtlessly!
I love these new headphones! I was looking at the new Samsung wireless headphones, but I��m glad I didn��t get them, they are much more expensive, and I��m not sure I would notice the difference, other than the length of battery. These are getting about 3.5-4 hours before having to go back into the self charging case. I saw there was a version of the case that had 50 hours charge time, but I like the size of this case better, and 35 hours is plenty for me. You will not regret this purchase. Calls sound excellent on them as well, people can��t even tell I��m not using my phone like normal.
They come packaged really good and arrived on time. They look and sound like some high end headphones, there not even that big and bulky feel really comfortable in the ears. I got these for the gym since the cord kept getting in the way these are sturdy and stay in place I even forget I have them on. Can't beat it for the price I recommend them for anyone that's looking for some good headphones that sound great and not trying to break there wallet.
Got these earbuds for working out and they've been fantastic in that regard. They don't fall out when running, (although I do have small ears so your mileage may vary) they're lightweight, the playback controls are easy to use, and the battery life lasted for over an hour of almost nonstop usage.They have excellent sound quality rivaling my DT770 Pro's, with clear audio all across the board, they handle all kinds of bass well, from upright to guitar to hardcore hip-hop without being overpowering, vocals are clear, highs aren't too sharp, mids aren't drowned out and the soundstage is impressively large. Some things to consider, however: there is an almost unnoticeable static when audio is playing, there is a slight but noticeable amount of latency on videos, and they do have a considerable amount of noise cancellation, even when nothing's playing.I never planned on using these for all around listening or working out outdoors, so my only real complaint is that they suffer from the same issue i've had with other bluetooth earbuds as I always listen to music at low volumes: the volume is incredibly loud without adjusting the EQ and applying Sound Check on iOS, to the point that it caused some ear fatigue within about 30 seconds on certain songs, so watching videos, (which aren't affected by those things) is basically out of the question for me. Overall, I would recommend these to anyone who, like myself, is reluctant to make the increasingly imperative move to bluetooth headphones and doesn't want to break the bank doing so.
I've had these for about two weeks now. I use them for working out primarily, and also to help protect my ears while mowing/using the chainsaw. First, the sound quality. I like these very much. I read in other reviews that audiophiles may not like these. I don't know what an "audiophile" is, unless it's someone who thinks they are the authority of how something should sound. I've been around music my whole life. These headphones do really, really well with the sound. Whether it's Parliment, George Strait, or Queen, the music sounds like it's supposed to sound. As for noise cancelling, I've used better, but I'm not expecting total noise cancellation, just enough to not interfere with the music. These fit the bill fine. Lastly, they stay in my ears no matter what I'm doing. My workouts are an hour of high intensity interval training...I'm moving around a lot, and have never had them fall out. After my last workout I decided to grab a basketball and hit the court. I didn't play in a game, but I did practice some aggressive moves, drop steps, step backs, stop and pop, and only once did one fall out. In retrospect, I should have recognized that it was coming loose before I made the move I made. I popped it back in and finished my workout without any other issues.All things considered, I'd have happily paid what I paid for the BeatsX that these replaced. Easily their equal in sound, and the true wireless nature of the Ecrossmake them an easy choice. Nothing but good to say about them.
I really like these EcrossTruShift earbuds! They stay in my ears securely during my daily walk, and the music sounds great to my senior citizen ears! They come in an elegant case that is small and sturdy. It also serves as a charging station that recharges the earbuds every time they are returned to the case; I��ve never had a "Low Battery"signal. I charged the case when I first got the earbuds more than four weeks ago; I use the earbuds almost every day and I haven��t had to recharge the case yet!This set fit me perfectly right out of the box (although there are other size ear-tips included). These completely wireless Bluetooth earbuds are better in several ways compared to the previous wired Bluetooth set that I had; that set was good but didn��t have the advantages my current set does.Let me comment further on this set by comparing it to my previous set. That Bluetooth set had wires connecting the two earpieces; they seemed to tangle in my collar and pull one earpiece or the other out of my ear; this set (without any wires) gives me complete freedom and feels absolutely secure in my ears. The previous set��s control section on the connecting wire had buttons that were not as well-defined as I��d like, thus making it a little hard to push the correct one; this set has a large button on each unit that controls everything using different sequences. This set fits my ear canals better than the previous set, no matter which ear tip I used before.And for me, the price was right! I can��t imagine buying one of the high-priced brands, given the quality of the EcrossTruShift earbuds and the satisfaction this set gives!
John M Butler
Let me preface this review by mentioning that these Ecrossare my first pair of truly wireless earbuds and the absolute novelty of that level of sonic freedom definitely informs this review.Like many of you, I have had a lifetime of experience with good wired headphones and earbuds. My first foray into the world of wireless headphones was with my excellent Sennheiser HD4.40BT over-the-ear bluetooth headphones.Also, I am utilizing the thoroughly customizable Poweramp Pro as my default music player.(Shout out to my mans, MinBoogie, for recommending it.)Having said that, once you've determined the proper ear tips for your unique ear canals and have positioned them just right, these buds can deliver surprisingly solid sound quality, excellent noise isolation and a fully immersive 360 degree stereo soundstage.When I have them on, I don't want to take them off and when I'm not wearing them, I'm looking forward to having a reason to put them on. No joke.The default ear tips were my preference. The highs and mids are clear and localizable, if not as open as a higher end 'bud and are also somewhat overshadowed by the copious amounts of VERY satisfying deep, resonant, undistorted bass that I enjoy at all but ear-threatening volume levels, which I feel no need to plumb. Listen to Post Malone's "Wow" through these. It's hypnotic.Easy initial pairing and automatic pairing thereafter. For effortless stereo listening, remove the right earbud from the case first and insert it into your right ear. Remove and insert the left earbud with the quickness. Done and done.Extremely lightweight buds and case but both very well conceived and executed. Intuitive controls. Excellent battery life. Overall, I am very satisfied.These bad boys are definitely fighting above their weight class.You really can't go wrong here.Ecrossclearly stands by their products as reflected in the few reviews where buyers experienced product defects. In terms of sheer audio performance and delivering an extremely enjoyable everyday user experience, if not in terms of neat features like ambient awareness, access to Google Assistant and Siri and volume control on the buds, the EcrossTruefree+ Wireless Earbuds are easily best in class at their modest price point and an unqualified bargain.In point of fact, I would argue that they would acquit themselves well in a head-to-head listening session with any true wireless 'buds out there. At any any price point. And they look good too.
PROS- Can noise cancel- Bass is great- Can recharge an earbud within 45 minutes or less- lasts longer then said 4 hours in my experience- Won��t fall out of your ears unless your really trying- Low profile look- Can get pretty loud, uses phone volume- Can pair with both Android and IOS devices- Splash proof (NOT WATERPROOF)- The case is small and convenient (about the size of a small bar of soap)- Can work out with these without them falling outCONS- When watching videos the earbuds will fall out of sync and be about a second or so behind, it happens rarely- the case does not indicate how much charge is left- like all earbuds, having them in your ear for a prolonged amount of time will cause slight soreness where the earbud rests- Can obviously be lost easily due to them being truly wireless- Stereo mode can only be turned on if the right earbud is in (This is just a personal for me because I use the left earbud most of the time)Overall Ecrosscreates amazing earbuds. Before I bought these ones I had wired Bluetooth earbuds from them and they lasted about 2 years until the left earbud went out. I��d recommend these over the overpriced $150 AirPods any day
I was seeking true wireless blue-tooth earbuds specifically for music playback during gym workouts - I have no intent to use these for phone or any other purpose.Ordered on Monday, received on Tuesday.Arrived fully charged and ready to go.These earbuds paired quickly and easily (read the manual) with my AGPTEK Blue-Tooth v4.0 Mp3 Player:https://www.Ecross.com/gp/product/B073TTR7CZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1The package contains the wireless earbuds, charging storage box, USB cable, an assortment of various size in-ear tips, and printed instructions.Design and function appear to be good quality.First impressions: these earbuds sound good. Not audiophile, yet certainly decent, especially for the price. The midrange is good, and highs are on par, if not a bit sparkly and sometimes bright at higher volume, on some songs. The bass can be decent, sometimes a bit "muddy";this is very dependent upon the placement of the buds in your ears, how deep and how tight you insert them, and at what angle. I suggest experimenting with the variety of different sized tips to find the best fit and sound quality to suit your tastes.My first trip to the gym with my new buds was a delight. I went through a routine of high intensity cardio doing intervals on an ellipticle machine (arms and legs moving hard and fast, head bobbing to tunes), followed by weights, stretching, then massage chair and hydro massage bed. At no point did I ever have concern for the buds to come loose or fall out; they stayed put - even when the massage chair and massage bed were rattling my head, neck, and shouders.The sound quality was decent, the volume can go as loud as I want, and the noise cancellation is very good. Overall my first night at the gym with my new buds was going so well, I extended my visit, then walked around listening to more tunes. Even while dressing to go home, I was debating continuing to wear them for the drive home; I though better of it and reluctantly powered off the ear buds and returned them to their charging / storage case. After a total play time of almost three hours, the ear buds were still playing strong.Blue-tooth connectivity range was good for me; I seldom venture far from my tiny player. I did move nearly 20 feet from my player, with several metal weight machines in near proximity, at almost 20 feet I began to experience blue-tooth drop out. I stepped toward the player a couple paces, and connectivity resumed. At home I was able to place the player in the center of the house, and I had connectivity until I went behind a wall or behind a closed door.So far so good - I am happy with this product.This is my second purchase of Ecrossblue-tooth earbuds; the first pair are connected to each other via wire. My purchase decision for this second pair was greatly influenced by my overall positive experience with the sound quality and volume, fit, noise cancellation, battery life, and function of the first pair.
Comfort: Moderate. These are soft buds, but if I wear them for more than an hour my ears may get sore.Noise cancelling: Some. What you would expect from any squishy earbuds. Enough to dull noises, but not to block it all out.Sound quality: Very crisp and clear! Just what I need. I can't speak for specific advanced details, but this is great for music and phone calls.Microphone quality: I am clearly heard over the phone when I am at home or in the car. Have not tried in a crowded environment.Appearance: These are about the same volume/size as Apple EarPods, and they don't have the small sticks at the bottom! They are not invisible, but they are just as discrete as wired earbuds.Ease of use: Extremely easy to use if you've ever connected a Bluetooth device before. If my phone's Bluetooth is on, these earbuds will connect automatically. If the earbuds are turned on but not connected, they will automatically go into pairing mode, which I like.Apparent quality of materials: Good. The earbuds themselves feel sturdy; the charging case is light and a little cheap-feeling, but I think it will not break from use. It is magnetic and the buds will snap into their holes. I like that.Abilities: A good range. When you have connected the earbuds and music is playing, you can pause music by clicking an earbud, and play it again by clicking it once more. Move to the next song by clicking the right earbud twice; go back by clicking the left earbud twice. A long press will toggle the power on/off. A briefer long press will activate your phone's Google Assistant - I am not sure what it does if you have Siri. There may also be similar controls for phone calls, but I have not discovered them. There is a thorough user manual included with purchase.Items included: Black box, user guide materials, 2 wireless earbuds, charging case, microUSB charging cord (about 5" long), spare earbud jellies. There is no outlet adapter included for the cable.
I love Stuff
To start off, I've tried many wireless airbuds and I still own and use them. Galaxy Buds, Airpods v1, Mifo o5's to mention a few and tons of over the ear.These True buds fit well, are light, and connect easily. Once connected these retain their connection and I don't get any video/audio lag on PC, Android, or on multiple TV's. Sadly I do get video/audio delay on my iphone X.I wish battery life was longer, like the Mifo's but at this price I'm willing to deal with only decent battery life.Sound quality is good. Not Sennheiser Momentum good, but not too far off. Noise cancelling is passive and works since these are in ear. Volume gets loud. Somewhere between Airpods and Galaxy Buds.Build quality is good. Since the Galaxy buds are all plastic, I will compare with those. If galaxy Buds are 10 of 10 in build quality, then these would be a 8-9 out of 10.My biggest or you could say my only complain is the case. The case looks nice and is built well but there is a lot of wasted space. You can tell the majority of the case is hollow. The case could have been much smaller. Its not a bad size,but it could be nearly half the size.Either way, I would choose these over the Galaxy Buds all day if I had to choose. You can get 4 pair for the price of 1 set of Galaxy Buds. I would probably miss the Gear app but I can live with that minor loss. Keep in mind I don't have any Samsung audio devices.
I picked up a second pair of these wireless earbuds after my wife researched and bought hers a few weeks ago. We both have had no issues with them and they have gone above and beyond our expectations! They pair quickly and reliably in both single ear configuration and together. The connection process starts when the buds are removed from the case and they are usually connected by the time they are in my ears. There is no noticeable audio delay when watching netfix which has been a problem with other bluetooth headphones. The sound quality is excellent and the noise canceling works better than the over ear headphones I have that cost twice as much.The build quality feels premium for the price. The multi function button is clicky and responsive and is easier to press than a previous generation of EcrossI had from 2 years ago. The charge lasts as long as advertised which is more than enough for my heavy use.What impressed me most was when one of the earbuds was accidentally dropped and submerged in dirty water. My wife assumed the damage was done so she ran it under the faucet and dunked it in iso alcohol to clean it. It connected while still wet and hasn't had a problem since! Very impressed!
The family owns several pairs of the EcrossMagnetic Wireless Earbuds. Although they sound great, they do not fit my smaller ear canals well. I looked at the reviews for the EcrossTrue Wireless Earbuds and found a number of people saying they fit their smaller ear canals well so I decided to try these.FitThe other reviews were correct. this model does fit extremely well and are comfortable. There are 4 size tips included with the bud, extra small, small, medium, and large. I have on the small tips (they ship with medium installed).SoundOne of the first thing I noticed was the volume. These things are loud! I own a pair of Sennheiser corded buds and a pair of corded Bose On Ear headphones. These are louder than anything else I own or have tied. Beyond the sheer volume, which I turned down, the sound is impressive. I have Dolby Audio on my phone so I used the equalizer to balance them to my preference. They can be a little "boomy" so I cut the bass more than where I have it set for my Sennheisers and Bose. Once I was happy with the adjustments, I would say that they can compete with my other high end ear buds and headphones. I passed them around to several other people that were in the room and they were all impressed. They isolate background noise quite well. They aren't true noise cancelling but you aren't getting that level of technology at this price point. These aren't billed as noise cancelling and I did not expect them to be.ConnectivityI've seen some reviews talking about pairing issues. I have had zero problems. I have a phone with Bluetooth version 4.2. With my phone's Bluetooth enabled, all I have to do is take them out of the case and they immediately pair.Battery Life/ChargingThe specs say 1.5 hours of music. The longest I've used them at any one time is 1.5 hours and I haven't heard a low battery notification yet. I've seen on other reviews that there are no charging indicator lights on the case. Maybe there has been a case upgrade since those other reviews. The lid on my case is a smoked plastic and you can see the charging status through the lid, and there are leds on the front when plugged into the wall.Microphone and call qualityI use these for listening to music and not making/taking phone calls, so I cannot comment on these features.ConclusionThey fit great, sound great, and are a great value. Now that the rest of the family has heard them, I'm probably going to have to order another pair (or three).Edit - Yep, ended up ordering another 4 pairs. One for each if the other 3 family members, and 1 for the daughter's boyfriend that also had tried mine.
These earbuds sound pretty decent for something this cheap! They obviously don't sound as good as my wired cans and IEMs, but for the price and convenience of Bluetooth, these are pretty awesome. There's definitely some noticeable latency when watching videos or playing games, but its not too terrible. I have to say, the upgraded case is definitely worth the extra money. Its designed very nicely, and the hinge and magnet feel pretty robust. If you have some money laying around and don't want to splurge on more expensive models, these are definitely a great deal!
These are my first true wireless earbuds. I��ve had them a few days and used them with a macbook and two different iPhones. Pairing is quick and easy. I did have an issue with my MacBook where the earbuds were loosing connection to one another, but I found that giving them a second before I put them in my ears fixed that. Sound quality is good and clear. Bass is a little weak, but I may need to play around with the tips a bit more to get a tight seal. Passive noise cancellation is extremely good. The charging case is great. Just the right size and the 35 hours charge time is wonderful. My only complaint is with phone calls. Call quality is good, though the noise isolation won't help much with wind. I would recommend taking one of the earbuds out to make a phone call. Otherwise you won't be able to hear your own voice. All in all, I've really enjoyed these and would recommend, especially for the price.
I dont write a review unless its a product that I very much like. Hopefully this helps others in my position. I spend alot of audio because music is important to me. I listen to mostly R&B, hip hop, rap, and occasionally other genres. This review is mostly for those that listen to alot of people focused on rap and hip hop music.I bought these for work since I work outside part time where I do mostly labor intensive work. I didnt want to spend 200-250 for powerbeat pros which or the Sennheiser momentum wireless earbuds. Because I work outside I knew that spending that much with the additional increased risk of breaking or loosing them was not smart. So I opted for something cheaper and disposable in a sense. Did some research on YouTube and was directed here. I bought these off the recammendations and when I listen to them, I was satisfied. They are somewhat recessed in the overall sound, the low end was also recessed and ai didnt get the rumbles I wouldve liked but for what I payed, its worth it. Also I made them sound much better by burning them in and tweaking the Equalizer settings on Spotify. They sound much better after EQ settings. And I get more of the rumbles and low end frequencies that I like. I linked a photo of my EQ preferences for those who want what I have.I work 5-8 hour shifts, the earbuds last 4-5 hours with continuing playback using spotify and some calls. I use one earbud at a time and you can use these individually which is amazing for the price. They sync Automatically when you remove them from the case.The best comprison I can make is that they sound similar to a wired pair in the price range of 60-80 dollars. They sound pretty great for the price, I would buy several of these as backups.For what I bought these for they are awesome. Also they stay in ear pretty well.
Call quality is awesome.Music quality is awesome. The quality of Bass on Bluetooth headphones surprised me.I usually have long office calls and the headphones were very comfortable on neck and ears.
I'm a bit of a sound nerd......I own a number of headphones, both in-ear and over ear. I have begun trending toward truly wireless IE phones that sound great and don't break the bank. I received my Ecrossa few days ago. I'm pretty picky with two things regarding headphones. They have to be comfortable and they have to sound great. These earbuds have both of my requirements covered. They have simply awesome sound.....I hear things in my music that I don't hear with all my headphones. The bass is quite good, but not overly done and obnoxious. I listen to rock, downtempo chill, classical, reggae, some jazz and news/talk/podcasts. The Ecrossdo a great job of separating the various instruments and vocal passages. I love how they sound. They fit great, and while they are not noise isolating, I'm good with that. I like some awareness of my surroundings. Battery life on these buds is good and the box seems to have several charges in it, before I need to charge the box. The only issue I have had, is that sometimes only one bud will connect and I have to re-pair for stereo. This has not occurred often, and you have to realize that you are dealing with electronics that sometimes have a mind of their own. I also own a sport pair of EcrossBluetooth, with a wire that goes behind my neck. I've been impressed with them as well........and I've begun to recognize Ecrossas a favorite of mine, when I'm looking for bluetooth earbuds that sound great, fit well, have good battery life and so importantly........don't cost as much as a plane ticket. Give them a try...........I think you will find that what I wrote here, is the real deal! Go SoundPEATS!!
First I'll say that I am comparing the Ecrosswireless ear buds to the Samsung Gear IconX wireless ear buds.I work in a very loud wearhouse where there are machines every which way you turn. I decided to buy some wireless ear buds so they don't keep getting yanked out of my ears like the cord ones do.VOLUMEWhen I got the Samsung ones, I couldn't hear anything! All volume, nothing! I was very frustrated trying to listen carefully to see which song was playing.. I was so frustrated that I went back to cord headphones and returned the Samsungs. Then I saw the Ecrossand after reading one particular review, I said why not. So happy I bought them!! I have the volume at less than half and that is enough volume to where the music is loud enough to enjoy and it's also noise cancelling. I can hear everything and i know exactly which song is playing. I love it! At full volume, I'm in heaven... But i need to also hear at my job so i keep the volume low.BATTERY LIFEWith the Samsung ones, they died after only 2-3 hours of non stop use. At one point they died before my first break.. I charged them on the charging pod it came with, but it took forever and left me without music. The Ecrosslast a very long time!! On a normal day at work, I charge them during my breaks and lunch break, but for testing purposes, I decided to use them until they died. At full battery, I turned them on at 9pm. The sound "battery low" started at 2:17am and continued every 2 minutes until it finally died at 2:27am. I get two 20 minute breaks and one 45 minute lunch. I put them in their charging case during all my breaks and they last my whole night shift.PHONE CALLSI decided to try an automated system for a call, so i called my bank and spoke every command and the automated system heard everything I said. Then, while listening to music, my mother called and i answered by pressing the button once. My mom heard everything I said and i heard everything she said. They work great for phone calls. Unfortunately, I cannot say how much talk time it has because I am not the type of person to be on the phone for more than 20 minutes. I'll assume the battery talk time would be the same as music. ???��?FUNCTIONI have always had a problem keeping any type of ear buds to stay in my ear. With or without wires.. With enough movement, they fall out. Once i put on the SoundPeats, I forget they're even in my ears. They're light weight and very discreet for those of you who need to hide your music for work... Like me.. I absolutely love that they're not heavy at all.It was easy to pair although i only used one at a time for a week. While driving to Vegas i tried to pair them to my sister's phone but they would not sync together. I'm the type of person that doesn't care about instructions. After messing around with it, I came to find out that each one can connect individually. So my sister used the left one on her phone and i used the right one on my phone. It's amazing!! It's very easy to pair them back together also. Literally, all i did was put them back in their charging port, put them both on, and pressed the button on both at the same time... And boom! They're connected!CONCLUSIONI am so very happy with these ear pods. They're everything I've ever wanted for my music. I love that i can hide them easily with my hair. I plan on buying some for all my siblings for Christmas stocking stuffers!! SO worth it!!!
I am using these headphones with my Garmin 645 watch and had no trouble at all pairing them. The sound quality is perfect for me during runs - that doesn't mean it sounds like a symphony orchestra, but I found them to be fine for podcasts or some running playlists - especially for the price. The fit is perfect; they stay put with no effort - they don't feel loose or cause me worry that they are about to fall out.I knocked off one star for the following two "wish it hads" - 1. There is no volume control on the headphones, so I have to use the volume on the watch, which is cumbersome. It might be less so if they were paired with a phone or other device that had more easily accessible volume controls. 2. There is no real way to tell if the headphones are charged or not. My Bose wireless headphones announce the battery life them you turn them on. Again, at this price point, it's hard to complain about that though. I haven't taken them on any runs which have exceeded 3 hours, so I can't speak to the battery life per charge, except to say that I haven't hit up against it yet. I do charge them in the case after each run - and I just try to charge the case every few runs to ensure it also is charged (there also does not seem to be any indicator of the battery level of the case.) Only other nit-picky complaint - the USB to charge the case doesn't fit in the case itself when not being charged, so there is a better than average chance I'm going to lose it - but that could just be me. For now, I have them rubber banded together, but it would be nice if there was storage for the charging cable.So far I am very impressed with these headphones and would recommend them highly!
To be completely honest, I wasn��t expecting these to be as good as they are. The sound quality is perfect�� Although, if you��re an audio file, you may find the high-end a little bit lacking. But for the average person, they��re fantastic! I did a test of my iPhone microphone, the AirPods that I just gave to my daughter, and these but for the average person, they��re fantastic! I did a test of my iPhone microphone, the AirPods that I just gave to my daughter, and these. The AirPods, sounded almost identical to the iPhones microphone. These sounded like they were a headphone, but the sound quality was still fantastic and something I plan on using daily for work calls.
*******5/25 - Updated Review (See Previous Below)********I did an exchange and was able to finally test these out as i did not wear the first pair. These arrived "powered off" as a new pair of earbuds should be. I really like the fit; I used them while lifting last night and during a bike ride this morning. There are times when they "feel" loose, but when I went to adjust them, they were still snug. I don't consider myself an audiophile but the sound quality is good enough for me, they don't sound "empty" or "hollow". There are certainly other products that have better sound but for those who are $ conscious, the improved sound is not worth the $. If you're like me, you'll loose one or both so why bother spending the extra $50 or $100+? Or, they'll break and you'll get the run around or they'll be out of warranty (Not referring to this company, just in general). For what they offer at the price, I want to give five stars but there is no doubt, superior earbuds out there. Also being my first pair of true wireless and having nothing to compare them to, can't do 5.*******5/23**************Just got these and I feel like they were used and returned by someone else. Reason being is the lights were flashing when I opened the case. I'm not familiar with these so wasn't sure what that actually meant. Turns out, both earbuds were already powered on. I confirmed this by holding the power button and heard "power off". From experience, the batteries can be weird on wireless earbuds. Definitely don't want to start with a pair that has been in this state for who knows how many months. Things like this can affect charging and their ability to hold a charge. Was really looking forward to trying them out but will be returning them.*****Another quick Note*****Just noticed that the USB charger was out of place. Instead of being in the designated area, it was on the bottom of the box, under the manual. Also, I'm not sure if this was supposed come with some type of sticker used as a seal to designate the product was unused but it did not.
Update: The seller has kindly resolved the issue. Much thanks for great service.I believe I received a faulty unit. I am aware on how these earbuds charge as this is my 2nd time buying them. The first pair was great and was given to another family member and by their high recommendation I decided to go for one as well. For some reason one ear would only be charging sometimes leaving one side completely dead or both completely dead, even though both were securely in place in the charging case. Upon further inspection it seems that the charging prongs aren��t making full contact with the charging terminal and require some finicking to make contact and start the charge which easily gets interrupted with any slight movement or bumps. I��m hoping that this might correct itself or if it is fixable. Video shows the problem which is constant disconnection with slight bumps and movement causing unwanted pairing and no charge. Only owned for a few days now and the problem is persistent.Aside from the problems I experienced I do also commend the sound quality and price point of these earbuds. Good bang for the buck. Just missed the mark on Q.C.
I have had a good amount of Bluetooth earbuds in my life and typically use Soundpeats. They've been known around my house to have great sound and longevity. The last pair of earbuds that I had was the QY7 and they have lasted over 4 years and still to this day work! There is no question that these earbuds will last as long because I can see the quality they put into the products.The sound is amazing for such a low price. Bass is incredible with the included earbuds. Treble and clarity are a little softer relatively.I have an oddly shaped ear canal and these do not stay in my ear. My wife is vastly different from me and they stay in her ears perfectly. When I took my old earbuds (QY12 I believe), I noticed the fins on them were about the size of the canal of the earbud. I tried them on and BAM! they fit! I then tried on some comply sport tips and they fit as well! I can put them back in the case and they charge although the lid doesn't close all the way. The lid not closed does not change any function of the case. Now that those are on the earbuds, they are the best earbuds I have tried!I would suggest that Ecrossat least supply foam tips for security in the ear for people like me.Overall these are a great buy!
I've only had these for a week, but so far I'm impressed!Pros:- Inexpensive- Good sound quality (especially for budget headphones). Sound is clear, and bass response is surprisingly good.- Audio delay is much lower than on older BT devices (a huge plus for watching video or playing games)- Good fit, and headphones stay on securely (and don't stick out too much)Cons:- Earbuds can be just a bit difficult to get out of the case- the cut-outs are small and the earbuds themselves are smooth, so it can be tough to get a good grip to pull them out.- Switching from 1 earbud to 2- If you're just listening to one earbud and want to switch to stereo, you can't just pull the second one out and pop it in your ear- doing this will result in the second one playing and the first one going silent. Instead, you need to return the first one to the case and then pull them both out so they enter stereo mode.- Max volume is somewhat low. Not a problem in most use cases, but I noticed that I had to turn them almost all the way up to hear them at all over my lawn mower, where most of my other headphones are fine at about half-volume.In all honesty, all of the cons were pretty minor issues, and were greatly outweighed by the pros. This is my first set of fully wireless earbuds, and so far I'm really impressed. I especially love that I can easily use one in mono mode at work to listen to podcasts and still keep one ear open, and that these are the only bluetooth audio device I've ever used that had a small enough delay that they were usable for videos or games!
Pros:+ Okay base line and pretty good vocal line. Sounds great with orchestra and okay with rap.+ Pretty good battery life 2 hours of continues play is good enough for me. I like the idea of having a clam shell that can charge the headphones when not in use. I forgot for up to how much charge the clam shell can hold without having to charge it but based on what I read it's good enough for me. However most other brands of true wireless headphones come with an external charger like this so that feature is not exactly unique.+ Better priced compared to other brands with decent sound quality overall.Cons:- Bad treble line. Listened to Rock or anything with Electric Guitar and it drowns every other instrument. Have to re-balance the treble a bit it's too strong.- The biggest drawback is the bluetooth connection. It's only slightly better than the cheap true wireless headphones I bought 2 years ago. I thought the advertised bluetooth 5.0 would help in a more stable bluetooth connection but since my phone is bluetooth 4.2 only may be that feature is not supported. It's just annoying that when I put my phone in the pocket of my pants there's connection interruption. Not as bad as my old set but it's still there and it's annoying. If I go in an area with cars passing by and the people driving are obviously carrying phones etc. Ecrossbluetooth connection keeps disconnecting and reconnecting most probably due to the other phones detecting it. This is the biggest reason why I can't give it a 5 star rating. But if other brands of true wireless bluetooth headphones have the same kind of problem like this then I'm probably looking for a unicorn.
I love them. I've never used any wireless earbuds, I've always just used regular ones to plug into my phone. I did not even know where to start so I watched tons of youtube videos about which type to buy. These came up in a "Best 5 Under $50" video. I would never even consider buying earbuds over $50 because that's just ridiculous. Anyways, I bought them to listen to audiobooks at work, I also use them for music and movies. Being able to move around without holding my phone or getting headphone cords tangles has been amazing.Pros:They connect within seconds of taking them out of the charging case.They can get loud but do not have a lot of base with music (I love that).They fit really well and do not fall out or feel loose at all.They cancel out noise but not too much that I feel unsafe walking around outside with them on.Play/Pause/Answer calls with the button on each earbud.Can use just one at a time.Cons: The only con I have found is that when listening in stereo mode(both earbuds) the right one connects to the phone and the left one just connects to the right one. So when you take out one, the right one is still connected without any issue. This is awesome for most people but I'm a leftie so I usually take the right earbud out first. Not really an issue at all since I'll be using mostly one at a time but it's worth mentioning for all my other lefties out there.
I have had Ecrossproducts in the past, the QY7 bluetooth earphones to be exact. Those have lasted going on their 3rd year. However due to moving I seemed to have lost them. Enter the EcrossTrue Wireless Earbuds. Fitment was a bit awkward at the beginning so I referenced the pictures online to make sure they fit properly. The sound is wonderful. I am no audiophile but I do know how to tell the difference between some cheap store brought b-brand wired headphones and a higher quality like many of the Ecrossofferings. Trebles and mids are balanced nicely and there is just enough bass for you booty music lovers. I will have a chance to test these on business trip in a couple weeks so I will be waiting in anticipation to try them out. I have tried these out with an iPhone, iPad and a TV and the sound syncs up nicely. Highly recommended and I would expect no less from this company!
Ok so these earbuds are almost perfect. ok so the info claims they last 3.5 hours per charge but i actually have gotten over 4 hours per charge so thats a bonus. the sound quality is really good. i really like these. not alot of bass, im more of a vocalist guy. earbuds are comfortable, comes with diff sized bud pieces. i like how when u take them out of the charging case/base, they auto pair with your device. so the only 2 small problems i have had is; (1) its a personal thing but the case isnt slim. when i put it in my pocket, it bulges out and its uncomfortable. (2) the right ear piece turns off randomly at least once a day. i would be using it and the right ear piece, which is the one that the left has to synch to, would just turn off. all i have to do is hold down the button and it will turn back on and resynch but this happens everyday at least once a day. and its not just my phone, i have had this issue on my note 9 and 2 different iphone 7's. other than those small promblems, its very very good for the price!
These are awesome. And the company is great to deal with. Pair with device instantly. They are bass heavy but you can adjust the EQ on most apps if it��s too much. They block out most outside noise and the battery life is excellent. I would definitely try these out before spending big bucks on the other popular name brand ones. Additionally, I have an older Bluetooth Ecrossmodel that I��ve used for years, so I would expect these to hold up just the same. One drawback is they have a very slight lag on video dialogue which can be a nuisance. Most of the time I can ignore it with most videos. For listening to music doing work or working out, these are a must have.
I'm a careful shopper who carefully comparison shops and is always looking for a great value. After looking at several different bluetooth earbuds and reading countless reviews I decided to give these a try. I was pleasantly surprised after looking over the earbuds for the first time. They are compact, light, appear to be well made, and come with four different sized ear bud tips. The medium sized ear tips fit snugly and comfortably after extended wear. I performed a sound test using a video that demonstrates a wide range of frequencies, tests balance, etc and I was pleasantly surprised how well these performed. After pairing the earbuds for the first time, they dropped the bluetooth signal twice within a few minutes, but after subsequent pairings the problem has no persisted. For the price these are awesome and represent a great value.
These earbuds are good for their relatively low price. Sound quality is good for both music and podcasts. Nothing amazing but doesn't sound hollow or tinny. The advertised "noise cancelation" is really just because the tips are made of silicon rubber and block out some sound due to the seal.It's a little confusing setting them up, as you have to connect to a single earbud (left or right, either seems to work) and then they pair together. The included setup guide helps a lot figuring that out.I have 3 devices I have tried them on and only two work consistently. My phone and tablet connect easily (after the initial setup) and have no disconnection issues. My Macbook on the other hand has difficulty connecting to them at all and once the chosen earbud is connected, the earbuds become unpaired from each other every few seconds. So I wound up getting audio in the earbud that made the bluetooth connection and the other one goes in and out for about 15 seconds before going out completely. I have no idea if this problem is unique to my pair of earbuds or all of them. I have tried a reset and this made them connect more consistently at first. However the same problem reappeared after a few minutes and my left earbud's audio cuts in and out (especially if I move my head at all or pause and restart a song).Overall these earbuds are pretty good with a few strange problems I have encountered using them for the past week. I'm still debating whether or not to return them as I was hoping to mostly use them with my laptop, but they seem to work perfectly with tablets, phones, etc.
At this point, I've only had them about 24 hours.I upgraded from the Q30 Plus to these, and I'm VERY happy so far. They easily connected to my phone (Galaxy S9) and my work PC (Dell Latitude Enterprise model). They haven't died or given me a low battery alert yet, but if I'm not listening to music or on the phone, they're back in the case.The sound quality is fantastic, especially with Dolby Atmos or Windows Sonic enabled. Definitely an upgrade from the Q30 Plus.I tested the mic earlier by calling my brother. I walked by a running tractor and my brother couldn't hear any of the noise from the engine. Noise cancellation for the win!I'll be very interested to see how they last long term. I had 2 pairs of the Q30s that both had the right speaker go out, then battery life plummeted. Hoping I won't have similar issues, but I'm totally impressed so far.UPDATE: I've had them just over a week now, and I have yet to charge the case, and the individual buds have not died while in my ear. Probably going to charge the case this weekend if it doesn't die before then.
Beverly A. Peeples
First let me provide some context for my review. I own Bose Sound Sport Bluetooth ($120); Samsung Galaxy Buds True Wireless ($125); and several other sets of true wireless earbuds sold on Ecross. I will address fit, sound, battery life and overall quality.FIT: These are the best fitting earbuds I have ever had in my ears, and I have tried over 10 different brands. They fit so nicely and snug in my ear that I can move my head in any direction and even shake my head and they do not even come loose, much less fall out. I love the fit and for me they beat the far more expensive Samsung Galaxy Buds. I got the Samsung set first and was happy with them, but they lose to the Ecrossbecause they in fact fit better and I get less fatigue with the Soundpeats.SOUND: The sound is 5 stars. The stereo mode is wonderful. I can hear the details in the music and if you have properly seated the earbuds-these will also cut external noise to almost nothing. I had to take them out to hear my husband talking to me standing right next to me. The are not active noise reduction, but the passive noise reduction is remarkable. I can clearly hear the different stereo sounds coming from right and left ears. It makes the music sound like surround sound in your head. Love it! The sound is just as good and perhaps better than the Samsung.BATTERY: These are small so battery life is 3-4 hours. Still in line with even much more expensive earbuds. They give the battery life they advertise, and that's what you want. The charging case is awesome. It re-charges the earbuds many times and has more life than the Samsung. The lid snaps shut with a magnet and holds really well, so your earbuds will not fall out in your purse or your pocket. The magnet that holds the earbuds in the case is also very strong, so even when the lid is open they will not fall out.BOTTOM LINE-BUY these if you want a great set of truly wireless earbuds at a awesome price. THANKS Soundpeats!!!
Have tried a few different brands of Bluetooth earbuds (around the neck, wire between, and true wireless) and have to say, don't hesitate buying these. I also have a set of $70 True wireless earbuds which I was/am pretty impressed with considering similar specced ones as those go for 100-200...I figured get another brand at a lower price point for a noisy shop I work in that I wasn't afraid to lose, get dirt,get sweaty in, and these matched what I was looking for.Battery life is decent and as advertised, I get about 3.5 hrs consistently a 75% volume (which is plenty loud enough, almost too loud at times, depending on music/bass levels of song)Sound quality is solid, it does tend to be a fuller/bassier sound with decent treble so anyone listening to hip-hop, EDM, and bass heavy music should find these to deliver those notes well. Once you do find the right tips to use, sound isolation from outside noise is really good, I even use them as pseudo earplugs around the shop when not listening to music, and have had people yell for me and I didn't hear them.Call quality is pretty good, people on other end come through clear ad they've reported that I sounded clear to them, which is pretty impressive if you take into account that the mics are all the way at your ear.Fit in-ear is really good and the preinstalled tips fit, hold and isolate outside noise perfectly for my ears. My ears specifically have a slight shape difference to 90% of others and I have no problem keeping them in my ears shaking around, bending over, walking around, laying on ground twisting head around in various directions as I work etc.Case is very small, lightweight and so far I've gotten 4 full recharges out of it and still had juice left in the case. Earbud recharge time with the case is pretty quick (1hr-ish)Pairing is as simple as it gets, pull out, earbuds go into pair mode, click on earbuds in phone menu and connected....every reconnection afterward is lightening fast. Literally pull them out and by the time you put them up to your ear, they're connected. Some of the fastest connections I've gotten with 8+ Bluetooth earbud sets I've owned.Range is actually more than advertised. Says 33 ft which is typical of most Bluetooth connections, I personally use a phone equipped with BT 5.0 and the earbuds themselves have BT 5.0, and I get about 70ish feet (without walls in between) before signal starts to break up as I walk around my work/shop.If there was any minor improvement I would like to see, then it'd be maybe a little more battery life and on earbud volume control. 5 hrs would be perfect in this form/size factor. Not too big of an issue for me, since I just switch over to my other earbuds and charge these and they're ready when my other ones need to be charged.Overall, I highly recommend.
Like many, I've tried several different bluetooth headphones. I wanted something small, without a wire across my neck, and decent sound. These EcrossTrue Wireless Earbuds do all of that well.I love that I can use one or both of these, and it doesn't matter which one I use. The sound canceling works well enough that I have a hard time hearing, even with no sound coming through, when I'm only wearing one. Part of that could be my hearing, but it's otherwise pretty good when there's nothing in my ear. :)I also really appreciate the charge pack's size. I usually will keep the whole thing with me, pull out a bud when I need it, and then pop it back in to charge when I can't use it.The microphone seems to do well. I didn't ask anyone how the sound quality was, but I've used it multiple times for phone calls and haven't had any issues.Another feature I liked a lot for a little while was that on a recent plane trip, my daughter could use one across the aisle while I used the other and we could listen to music together. The only problem with them in this regard is that they're kind of small. About 2 minutes in it fell out of her ear, and she couldn't find it anymore. Even after everyone left and we were the only ones on, none of us - even the flight attendants - could find the missing bud. So now I'm stuck with just one, but it's still getting the job done.The only other con isn't one I'm sure how to fix and still keep its size. Each bud has a button that you can press to pause what you're listening to, or press again to start, double press to skip, and long press to turn off and on. It's a nice feature, but it's hard to do and not shove the bud deeper into your ear. It doesn't hurt or anything, and sometimes I can grab the back of the bud while pressing the front. It's just awkward.Overall, I like these and I'm actually getting a second set so I can have two buds, since we lost one of the other ones. :)
My basic motivation for buying these was that my previous set of wired earbuds were on their way out - they had gotten snagged and the wires inside snapped, and the audio quality was starting to go down the tubes. They were already not amazing and I'm not as of yet spoiled by anything better, so I decided to try these since I was tired of spending money on wired earbuds that would almost always break and need replacing for the same reason. If I'm going to spend 30ish on earbuds of about the same quality, I may as well lose the wires.The case is solid, and the magnetic snap that holds the earbuds works well and is satisfying. They don't feel particularly premium, but they're comfortable in the ear and have a nice shape to them. I don't think I'll use them while doing an intense workout or anything, but for just doing small chores or errands they get the job done. They have not slipped out during normal activities.These don't sound quite as good as my last earbuds - the depth of sound is weaker and some songs sound particularly tinny - but bumping up the volume on them a tiny bit makes it a bit more tolerable, which I'm already prone to doing with songs I really like. Overall, the convenience of them being wireless and the comfort of the shape is enough to look past the quality issues, and I can say they're a decent purchase. If you have more money shoot for the bigger brands, but these are a good one to consider if you were going to buy standard quality wired earbuds instead, and they only cost a little more.
These are a good cheap alternative to other more expensive main brand true wireless ear buds, i went for the case that was only $5 more expensive to get a lid. They have okay sound im no critic or however you spell that word, but it sounds like wired headphones. Without any volume control it cant get my 5 stars, but it gets the job done.EDIT: So after 4 months of use, the earbuds had an inbalance in sound, so i redeemed my warrenty card, and they gave me no hassle at all! Also the earbuds shipped quite quickly only after one day of notice that I would like to replace them.
Generally very good earbuds. No cords is a big plus. Sound quality is very good - not studio but very good.I took one star due to the controls. There are a lot of functions and only one button on each earbud. So what pressing the button does depends on the context. Also there is different pairing if you pick up one earbud than if you pick up both. This is for phone/car use vs headphone music use. But it the units don't always figure out what you are trying to do and sometimes you get one earbud mode because you picked up the second one too slowly etc. Just one more button on each would have solved a lot of user interface difficulties.Overall I like them and I'm keeping them and using them but as most things they could be just slightly better. So a solid 4 stars or 4.5 starts IMHO.EDIT: After using them there is one fairly big negative. They are really loud. They have no on-board volume control so you must adjust the sound level with the phone or computer. The phone works pretty well but my computer for some reason is super loud. I have to turn the sound on the computer down to about 5% basically one click above mute or they are too loud for me. I like to listen to background music while I work and if it is too loud it is distracting. Not enough negative to remove another star but something to be aware of.
I was very sceptical about these buds but to my surprise these things are awesome. There are a few things that could be fixed but first I would like to say thank you for making them to where I can use these buds individually with out having a main bud that has to be out in order to make calls and listen to music. Now back to what I was saying there could be things that could be better. #1 touch control would be great for these buds, I know that means the price would go up but I would rather pay a little more for my ears to not have pain when I go to answer a call or pause and press play for my music. #2 Sweat and or waterproof would have been a huge plus. #3 a little bit of comfort for the buds when they are in the ear. #4 little bit better battery life. I do love these things and will be keeping them I just hope I never drop these things in water.
I just purchased these to use primarily for working out so I don't have to fiddle with the cord or neckband from my other BT earbuds. I have been using Ecrossproducts for a number of years and with the exception of a couple of switch failures on my Y900 earbuds they have been outstanding. By the way, even though I had premature failures in the past, Ecrosscustomer service has been outstanding and they have stood behind their products. Pairing with my phone was extremely easy. I did have to turn off the left earbud and turn it back on to activate it but otherwise no problem. A simple push on the multifunction switch on either side pauses the music. The first time I used them I was not terribly impressed with the sound quality (lacked bass and overall depth) I played around with the different sizes of earpieces and found one that fit tighter in my ears and WOW what a difference. The music sounds great!!! I would now put these up against my V-Moda Bass fit that were more than twice the price. Battery life seems great. Wore them at the gym for an hour workout and then wore them while working in my yard for another 2 hours and did not get a low battery signal ( Did charge in the case for about 20 minutes between uses) I have charged the case and so far recharged the earbuds 4-5 times and have not had to recharge the case yet. Directions say it should be good for 9-10 recharges per case charge. Overall I'm very impressed and providing they give me good longevity I can't say enough good things about them. Highly recommended
I was very skeptical about buying these. I��ve never owned a pair of wireless headphones and wasn��t quite sure if I wanted to.If you��re like me, you also tend to read all the negative reviews and comments to see more of what you could be getting into. It scared me off from buying these for a few weeks before I broke down, needing to buy some kind of wireless headphones for a trip and not about to pay 150$ for some Apple ones that I��m also skeptical about.I��m so glad I did buy these. For the price they��re amazing. They��re so easy to use and have fantastic sound quality for watching YouTube, Netflix, and most importantly, listening to music.There��s a learning curve to them and their lights with what they mean. Thank goodness for an instruction booklet and the little help videos posted here on the page by the company themselves. I had trouble after only pairing one of the headphones for the single-use and getting stuck with them not wanting to pair back into stereo mode. Watched one of the videos by the company and followed it step by step and it worked perfectly.Of course, I��ve only have had these a few days and have yet to use them for a long period of time in one use on a trip, and have yet to see how they��ll hold up. Should I encounter problems I��ll make sure to update this review.
These definitely exceeded my expectations. Excellent sound, I bought the 1More Stylish Wireless for $100, because of some great ratings on YouTube, yet these easily blow them away, it��s not even close, and only cost $33. They also blow away the Apple Wireless Pods (I��ve done a comparison), and those cost $160I really can��t see anyone giving these a less than 5 star rating, they are amazing. BTW, nobody sent me these, I bought them and this is my review. I��ve never received anything for free on Ecross, so every review I do is on my own personal purchases.I��ve been tricked in the past, purchasing things due to good reviews (like the 1Mores), but meanwhile the reviewer gives a great review because they were received free. I��m not a fan of that.
I got these as a mid level true wireless affordable ear buds. I haven't tested the prior models. I haven't bought any better brands to compare, either. I'm impressed with the connectivity and bluetooth distance or range. There was no lag on audio, but there was on video. I can walk anywhere in my house and get the same quality audio. They are quite small too. I couldn't get them out of the case easily. I just tried jogging in them. No good. They fall out every 20th step. I wish they included a wing tip or redesigned them or made a jogging workout edition. I would've kept them. However, I'm not going to waste my time buying another mid-range similar brand. I'll buy the better brands. They also do nothing with wind cancellation. However, with no wind, I could hear calls just fine. The music, when they were pressed into my ear canal all the way (uncomfortable), sounded pretty good. The multi function buttons worked fine. Everything was 4/5 quality. Good deal! Apparently, I'm too active - jogs and around they house they just didn't want to stay in my ears. You get 3 sets of ear bud cushions. The small was way too small, didn't even seal or stay in. The middle was just a bit too big for my ears. So, I found some others that gave me confidence enough to run. However, again, they didn't stay in my ears. However, they aren't marketed as active buds. If the next active buds with wing tips aren't comfortable enough, perhaps I'll get the true wireless buds with the plastic bit over the ear.
Likes: 1.price point is great2. The sound is good for $303. The fit if good they stay in your ear.4. You can use 1 earbud at a time5. Button control from earbud is great6. Charging case charges earbud when not plugged in..7. In my opinion it��s worth it - going to get another pair to use while doing yard work8. Semi low profile - it��s wireless earbud for $30 cant go wrong9. It pairs to the iPhone with no issues- pulled out the charging box and it says pairing10. You can use Siri with it -Dislikes-1. The fit is a lil big - but it has a battery inside - the ear piece is shoved in your ear canal and when you pull the ear bud out it feels like my brain is going to come out. Lol - a lil over exaggeration - but I guess it called a tight seal.Other than that it��s a great product I like it...I get to listen to my audiobooks and music at work with Peats in one ear and still be aware of my surroundings. Plus I��ve been researching seems the manufacture for Peats makes most of earbuds on Ecross. Same quality and build just different names and Price points. You can buy 5 pairs of Ecrossand won��t feel like you wasted money. Such as AirPods...
Jason D. Lyons
This is my first set of completely wireless earbuds of any kind, so I truly didn't know what to expect and didn't want to splurge. These are really good, quality buds, especially for the price. Clear sound and pairing is almost instantaneous when you pull them out of the case. You can rock mono or stereo, just make sure to read the instructions so you set this up right.The only issue I've had with these is my right earbud was not playing at the correct volume at one point. I unpaired and re-paired it and everything was smooth again. These buds come with multiple tips to fit different size ears and are made to seal your ears and provide natural ambient noise rejection. If these fit you correctly, you're barely be able to hear outside noise. This allows you to get crystal clear audio and even a fair amount of bass out of these.No problems with buds slipping or falling out. I do have to remove one sometimes to talk to people, but they're low enough profile that most people won't notice enough to look at you awkwardly. Be careful around water in these. They're splash resistant, but not waterproof. Best stick to music, audiobooks, etc. Overall, these are a great first set of true wireless earbuds if you want a pair that seals.
I was looking for a pair of true wireless bluetooth ear buds that would sound good and be convenient to sit on my desk and charge when not in use. I work in an open air office environment with many distractions. These work great for tuning out my noisy surroundings and listening to my favorite streaming radio while working on my computer. The sound is very good for the price point and they are super easy to use. When I pull them out of the case they immediately pair with my phone, and if someone does need to speak with me, just a tap on either ear bud pauses my streaming. I'm definitely going to get a second pair for the treadmill at home.
I am very impressed with this product. Not only do the earbuds provide excellent passive noise cancellation by fitting well in the ear, they have superior sound with excellent bass. They are super simple to use - once they are removed from the case, they automatically sync to the device (after initial setup, of course). When put back in the case, they automatically shut off. The case clearly indicates when it is charging/charged, and the translucent top allows one to see if the buds are charging as well.This is SO much more convenient than wired headphones, including the wireless kind that have the wire from each ear to the other ear. It also allows me to charge my phone while using - allowing me to use my phone all day long to conduct business. (I can also listen to music or NPR all day and automatically switch to phone when there is an incoming call.)An additional convenience with being able to wear these continually is that I can ask Siri to perform tasks hands-free, and not interrupt my workflow. I am sure it would work for the Google (or other) assistant as well.I am amazed at the quality for the price, and so far am extremely impressed. Strongly recommend.
These EcrossTrue Shift earbuds are well made and durable. The batteries in the earbuds and charging case work well, with the earbuds holding a charge for about 3 hours. Included with the earbuds are 3 sets of different sized ear tips. The earbuds work great for working out as they stay in your ears very well while running. They also have a IPX7 sweat-proof rating. They are also very comfortable to wear for extended periods of time.The best thing about these earbuds is the SOUND. These earbud have a neutral sound that is on the warm side with crystal clear sound at max volume. The sound is amazing for this price.To sum it up, these EcrossTrue Shift true wireless earbuds sound great, are quite comfortable, and work well at a very reasonable price.
With the right size earbud, these ear buds are not only comfortable but they are noise cancelling. Many all around me are annoyed because they continue to call my name but I can't hear so much as a muffle. I had these ear buds since Feburary, and they lasted a few months until the adhesive on the right earned was falling apart. Fortunately, the customer service was a blessing and they sent me replacements. The Bluetooth range is impressive as well, I could have my phone downstairs and still be able to hear the audio through the ear buds upstairs. I highly recommended these earbuds!!
Sound Quality: I always thought Eddie Vedder sang "Jeremy spoken restlessly" for 20 years, despite the fact that it made no sense. Today I plugged these suckers into my ears and heard that "Jeremy spoke in class today"...Battery Life: So far so good. Only listened for about 60 minutes at a time, so they work for my needs.I just keep the little battery charger case in my pocket and I plug them back in after each use so I don't know how long the headphones and case hold a charge.Noise cancellation: Surprisingly good. I didn't buy them for noise cancellation but they do cancel outside noises to some degree. I was in a cafe playing horrendous tween songs, so I jammed them in my ears like a crotchety old man and it made the bad sound stop :)Left earphone: I've seen people complaining that the left earphone cuts out. When its happened for me (and it happens on both sides), I just shift the headphone in my ear. Problem solved for me. (You can also turn on only one earphone at a time so maybe people are turning one off unintentionally.)
Man - after going through the crappy selections off IndieGogo crap , I finally got wise. These sound so great, Pair instantly, stay charged long, and are very comfortable. Other than not being able to alter sound levels on the buds, everything else works flawlessly. The Noise cancellation is almost too good, as everything goes quiet even with no Music. Bass is perfect , and the highs are crystal clean. Wear these in a crowded line or at Costco and the world of people's voices disappear. If you have Sirius Radio streaming - it's hard to ever take these off :)My Incoming callers say the sound is excellent from their ens, as good as it is for me on my end.The Charging case, while a bit bigger than the Iphones , seem to stay charged for quite some time, and can easily fit in your front pocket. I like that you cave a haptic feel to the click on both budsVery happy with these, just bought the wife a pair in white.Foe the Price point and quality - these rock!
I was skeptical for skeptical price, and opted for this model over the $24 variant, but I'm glad I did. These were a gift for my wife who is very picky about gifts and furthermore about headphones. "Why not just use my wired headphones?"Let me tell you why I bought them, and why she loves them.1. The price is right. These are good quality manufactured, and to get them at this price point is a steal.2. Charging case. The case doubles as a charger with I believe up to 10 charges for the ear buds. That's just plain convenience.3. Comfort. She had been very nit picky over several other pairs I've bought her that have all been returned. She's had these for a week and has used them constantly, even just one ear at a time while she's cleaning or shopping. They're comfortable and discreet.4. Battery life. Can't speak too much to this, but from the past week they have performed very well with minimal charging.And now I'm actually picking up a pair for myself because my wireless ear buds don't hold a candle to these, especially with the battery life.
Sometimes, a few minutes after using these they will disconnect and immediately reconnect, which isn't a big deal at all because you only realise this happens because of the "pairing" signal these earbuds make.Everything else is what you expect from Bluetooth earbuds, they don't sound amazing, but they don't sound bad in any major way. The charging case can be uncomfortable to have in your pocket if you have keys and a wallet in there as well
I got these as kind of an impulse buy on Ecross Prime Day because the deal was too good to pass up, and to be honest I didn't have super high expectations based on the price point and other bluetooth headphones I've had (from more well known brands). When I took these out of the package - I was immediately impressed by how effortless it was to pair to my phone. My next surprise was when I put them in my ears - I was amazed at how securely they fit while still being very comfortable. But my biggest surprise was when I started playing music through them - the sound quality and depth was completely unexpected! I work in audio visual production and music at a fairly large church and consider myself to be "picky" with sound quality, and these actually sounded as good to me as $200-300 in-ear sets we use on stage. I liked them so much, I immediately purchased another pair for my wife! I rarely give product reviews, but if you've tried other bluetooth headphones and aren't sure what to think of these you should really give it a shot.
I've been very pleased with these thus far. The technological features are very slick; the initial pairing was pretty straightforward, and now they connect with my phone without issue. They definitely stay in place in your ear. The sound quality is great. Don't ask me "how's the bass". If you're one of those people that are super picky about that, why are you buying $30 ear buds? It's fine. Podcasts are clear, and music is reasonably dynamic. Again, given that they're $30 small ear buds, don't be expecting to hear every chair shuffle during a concerto. But if you're just looking for something small and convenient that let's you listen to something, these do a bang up job.The only critique I've found happens when I'm running. Due to the nature of them being ear buds, it seems like i'm getting a fair amount of air "whooshing" at a certain speed. You obviously wouldn't have this problem with over-ear headphones.But yeah. 9/10, would recommend.
At first they sounded a little thin, but a coworker with the same earbuds told me I had them in upside down. Once I fixed that and learned that you had to position them a bit, they work and sound great. However, they don't drown out the guy in my office that talks loudly on the phone. Neither did my noise cancelling Bose earbuds. He may need to be "dealt with".
I first heard about these earbuds from a friend who got them during a sale event. I was hesitant to buy it first at full price because I got disappointed by too many headphones that I had before; but when there was another sale I decided to give it a chance. To say that I was not disappointed is an understatement. The sound quality is great and it feels so comfortable. Comfort is a main concern with many of the headphones because most headphones I had before were irritating my ears to the point that I had to take them out every 30 minutes; this one does not bother me and I can choose to use them both or only one. I love it! The charging case is awesome as well, helps me find them easily and keeps them charged for a really long time. After having them for about a week I had to order a second pair for my husband. If you are considering these earbuds, don��t hesitate, these earbuds are better than some that I paid 2-3 times more.
So far so good. The no wires feature is amazing because I have two rabbits that have literally chewed every pair of ear buds I owned but with these there��s not really anything for them to chew to break them (just keep the charging port up and out of reach). The only problem I have with them is when I want to watch videos the sound and video coordination is off a bit, which might not bother some people but will definitely bother the other OCD people out there lol. Overall very good sound quality and noise canceling and the battery life lasts at least a few days without needing to be charged (given you��re not using them 24/7). Would recommend for music listening but not for watching videos.
I wasn��t expecting too much since these true wireless headphones are in the $30 range. But too my surprise they are better than expected! Pairing is quick and seamless, I��m not sure what other people are talking about. But I��ve only had them for about a week so I��ll update if that changes. The button controls are nice one click to play/pause, one on the right to go to next track left to previous, and a hold to activate Siri. In terms of sound quality they are average, if you��re looking for amazing sound quality then it��s better to invest in premium headphones. But if you don��t need anything high quality and you just want to lose the wires these headphones are a great choice! Noise canceling is surprisingly really good, if someone tries to talk to me I have to take them out to actually hear them lol. I used to have AirPods but I lost them so I didn��t want to spend another $160 on headphones I may potentially loose again. Losing $30 headphones would be a lot less worse than losing $160 headphones haha.Compared to AirPods the case is a little bigger but holds more charge, they feel more comfortable (though I do have a preference for squishy buds over hard ones), pairing is comparable, I like the button better than the double tap and I can do the same things. One feature of AirPods I do miss is that it will automatically pause your music if you take one out but I don��t miss it enough to buy AirPods again. Sound quality on AirPods are a little more crisp but since the noise cancelation is better on the sound peats they sound much louder. AirPods I usually had to have them on half volume while these I have on less than 25% and hear my music just fine!If you��re okay with average sound quality and don��t want to spend over $100 dollars these are amazing headphones for the price tag! Definitely worth $30. If your an audiophile and want premium sound you��ll going to have to pay the premium price tag. But for $30 these headphones beat my expectation and are a really good more affordable option. :). Definitely better than other wireless headphones in this price range.
I love these earbuds!! I listen to audiobooks all day long while I work in a professional office setting. I needed wireless earbuds that were discreet, effective, sounded great, gave me easy controls to pause or play, and held a charge for a long time. I used single earbud styles for years but when they need to be charged it��s back to wired headphones. Boo. Looked for a long time for a set that could be used independently so I could switch when one side needs to charge.THESE ARE PERFECT!! I can use them separately or pair to each other and use in stereo. They automatically power on & connect when you take them out once you��ve synced them. Super easy to sync to devices. They are excellent at noise-cancelling, if I��m not actively listening to something I find sometimes I need to remove the earbud so I can hear things around me better. Volume is great- don��t have to keep it on the highest setting just to be able to hear hear narrators speaking.These fit my ears perfectly and comfortably. I can wear them all day long if I choose, I can even wear them at the gym during sweaty workouts and treadmill jogging.Highly recommend, would buy again!
Let��s start of with what matters in any audio product, sound! These little guys have a very good sound and good bass. I use them for audiobooks, music, videos and games. They handle everything very well and have zero audio lag. They are also good for workouts.Secondly these headphones are very convienient and easy to carry around. I throw them in my pocket and they go with me everywhere. The magnets keep them in place and charges them when not in use. It also has a cover to keep dust and particles away from the earbuds.Third is value. These earbuds are at a fraction of the cost of bigger brand name earphones, but they sound better than most true wireless earbuds that I��ve had.I have always loved the quality and value of sounpeats products and these are no different. I recommend them to anyone in the market for earbuds.
I got these 8 days ago. It did take a little adjusting in the ear to get the best sound, but finally put the large adapters on for the best bass and they stay put. I'm very happy with the sound. I take a 2-mile walk every day, and used Jlab earbuds with the wire behind the neck. But I now use a wet towel to keep my neck cool in the Florida heat, and decided to get rid of the wire. So, I got these Soundbeats. The battery life seems to be accurate. Although Soundbeats said I can charge them every day, I decided to wait a few days in between. I sit them on top of the case slots, but not in a way for them to charge. They seem to be using about 20% power a day during the hour or so of usage. The magnets really hold the earbuds in the case, so the case cover is not really needed, but good to have. So far, I've only charged the case once, and according to the specs, I should only have to charge it around once a month if it is good for 35 hours worth of charging. I've had no problem with pairing. They find each other and my phone easily. One caution. It does tell you to charge the case with 1 amp or less of power. So using computer USB slots is fine, but plugging it into a phone charger wall plug may not be, depending on the output. Bottom line is I'm glad I got them.
A. T. Robinson
I bought these headphones because I missed placed a different style of Bluetooth headphones. Things have excellent Noise cancellation, are comfortable and crazy long battery life. The sound quality sound clear and better than some others that I own. I like the fact it has 4 pairs of ear cushions, making it nearly impossible to not fit someones ears. I wore them while working out and didn't have to worry about them falling out of my ears. The Bluetooth pairing was so easy even I (a techie) was surprised.I love that the ear bud's case charges the device like a battery pack. The pack is small enough to fit in your front pocket making it easy to carry with you throughout the day. When charging your device you can see their status while it's closed. I'm considering buying some for family members who I feel can appreciate the greatness these little things are.
I have been using the neckband bluetooth headphones for years, so I didn't know what to expect when I bought these. At this price point, I was willing to gamble. Most reviews already explain the quality of the build and sounds, so I'm not going to go over those. If you own a neckband, then you would know how annoying it is when they "get in the way" sometimes, so with these earbuds, you don't have to deal with the wires. One really cool feature is you could use one side at a time, so I could use the left side while the right side is charging; no down time to wait for it to charge. Also, I could get stereo on the fly when I decided if I want to use both at the same time. All I need to do is just to take the other one out of the case, and they would start working as a pair. In conclusion, these are worth every penny, and I will recommend these to my friends and family.
These earbuds are absolutely great! I was looking for a replacement for my Samsung Gear Icon X and was going to order the new Galaxy Buds, I stumbled upon these Sound Peats, and after reading the reviews decided to give them a try. Let me tell you, I will never again spend $100 plus dollars on Bluetooth earbuds! These sound every bit as good as the Samsung earbuds, plus they are smaller which I like, because I don't want a huge thing sticking out of my ear. They come with several different size tips so you can make sure they fit comfortably in your ears, and don't fall out. My only complaint is they don't block outside noise on phone calls quite as well as the Samsung did. This isn't a problem for me though, as I mainly use them inside. The noise cancelling for listening is excellent. Oh, also they don't look stupid like Airpods where it looks like something is dripping out of your ear!
Ordered because I had a gift card for $35, with nothing I particularly needed at the time I thought I'd have a go at venturing into the budget true wireless earbud market. I'd heard that some decent units have starting coming out for for $50. I saw these had a lot of decent reviews, even after running it through ReviewMeta just to prune the spam, and so I decided to try them. Maybe I'm content because I wasn't really in the market for these when I decided to get them, I am really quite impressed. The sound is decent, not really any worse than the stock headphones that come with Samsung/Apple phones, probably better, honestly. The build quality is actually quite sufficient for the price point and the wireless performance actually is much better than the more expensive pair of wireless buds I tried, and returned, over year ago. So, if you're not looking for crazy sound quality and you want to spend well under $50 just to see if you even like the idea of true wireless buds, you can't go wrong with these. Also, just to mention it since I didn't before, I haven't really taxed the batteries much to see if they last long enough. I usually pop these in and out in roughly 20 minute intervals and I always put them back in the case when I do, I can't speak to extensive sessions at once, but for my usage as a commuter and around the home when I'm not using my desktop, they worked well.
8/21/19 - Right ear bud was DOA and would not power on. Ecross is sending a replacement. Will update after replacements arrive. Hopefully they will work.*****UPDATED*****8/23- received my replacements from Ecross and no DOA this time. The charging case is working and no issues connecting to my s9+. The convenience of true wireless is great. I've been resisting buying a pair for fear of losing one and then im stuck. The fact that these can run in mono is a plus.The sound quality of these things are just ok. I've had other pairs of EcrossBluetooth ear buds before and think these are pretty similar. Volume is good, more bass than mids so depending on your music preferences that might be a no go. I haven't tried them in a phone call yet so no comment on the mic.
I bought these to mute out storms. Not a huge thunderstorm fan. I came across these and they have worked wonders. Not to speak for others, but, I have not had an issue with mine. The sound is amazing. Bass in it is amazing. It feels like I��m watching a movie in the theater... but, in my ears. I had zero issues with syncing. I have an IPhone 8 and an older generation IPod Touch and was able to sync without any problem. I also let them sit for several days and went to use them and still no issues. The battery life lasted well. The sounds was still good. I come from a hispanic household where everyone is loud and these did an amazing job at canceling out all the commotion. For the price, you can��t beat that. Shipping was a breeze. I am very HAPPY with my purchase.
The earbuds fit well and stay in place while walking. They do jiggle a little loose when I run, but if I give them a slight adjustment, they usually stay just fine. The Bluetooth connectivity is amazing with my iPhone. I can walk all around my office at work with my phone at my desk and still hear my podcasts. The case and charging system works great and I have yet to have the headphones die on me, as I do put them in the case every day after work. The sound quality is better than I thought I would be getting for the price and the noice cancelling works wonders! I actually had to put a mirror up at my cube since people kept scaring me now that I can��t hear them. Overall, these are the best wireless headphones I��ve tried and I��m glad I didn��t spend more money on a different pair.
I bought these earbuds to use while working when I'm at work . I am a welder and often have leather jackets and gloves and a welding helmet on so it's tough taking phone in and out of your pocket and taking everything off and on everytime. Press 1 button on my ear and I'm good to go. The sound quality is really nice and clear. I listened to music all day from 630am to about lunchtime around 12. They are pretty comfortable for earbuds, takes a lil getting use to but after and hour or two I didnt mind them at all. Comes with a bunch of different size buds that you actually stick in your ear. I was worried about the earbuds falling out of my ear, but they kinda lock into your ear and don't move at all, really good design . definitely reccomend these buds
I don��t normally write reviews, but I couldn��t find the left earbud. It turns out that it was my cargo short��s pocket where it stayed through a full wash cycle and an hour long dry cycle on high heat. When a found I thought it was dead and I was going to toss it, but decided to put in its charging case. When I retrieved it it lit up like normal and worked just fine. That gets a wow and a 5 star review.
I love the size they really stay put even if jumping around I got these to use for work I needed smaller so don't fall out when I'm moving around and more comfortable to wear for long period of time, very happy with that part I have listened for 4 hours straight till it said power getting low and didn't bother me at all I just wanted the battery to last longer. my old set lasted longer but this new set is far more comfortable and better fitting very happy with them.
I have been iffy for a while getting true wireless earbuds but decided to take the risk here, considering it only cost $20~ at the time on Ecross Day. My daily driver is usually Bose QC 35s but it gets hot in the summer and i hate to sweat sponge the ear covers on them. So far it has only been a day but here's my likes with these earbuds:Very decent base/treble balanceIt isn't noise cancelling but it mutes a lot of outside noise, specifically on my train ride where I am not always fortunate to be on the quiet car.Ability to use only one earbud at a time - Based on what I have read, not all wireless earbuds have the ability to work this way or are complex to get working with just one earbud. With these, I initially took both earbuds out and they automatically went into pairing mode. For just 1 earbud, you keep one in the charger and the other out, and you have to add it as a bluetooth device just once. After that, it's seamless no matter which bud you take out the case.Automatically turns on and connects when taking out of case. Again, this is a big deal for me, but I don't know if all other brands do this or not. Before buying I assumed you had to hold a button down or something, but it's not the case here.Battery life - It's my first day using but so far, I think they're decent. From 6:30 AM to 9AM, I had them active and using Spotify at about 70-80% volume. The battery was at 70% which I would expect considering the majority out there offer 4-6 hours total battery life before having to put them in the charging case.Overall would recommend, but will revisit here should I see any issues or have a change in opinion.
I come from using Bose headphones for the last 5+ years. My sound sport wireless pair is the first generation that came out from Bose and was pretty happy with them. They are starting to wear down and was looking for inexpensive wireless headphones to replace them as I don't want to spend $150+.I've been using the Ecrossfor a couple of days and I'm really impressed. They fit well, they sound really nice and not sure if they have noise cancellation or they fit tight but I can barely hear anything outside when wearing them.The sound quality is not Bose, but is quite close, so unless you are extremely picky I'll recommend these ones.My lifestyle is not the most active, but I do walk a lot around and they fit quite well. I even used them when mowing my yard and doing some DIY stuff and they didn't move a little.The only reason I don't give 5 stars to Sound Quality is that I come from Bose in ear and over the ear, but again, it is way better than I expected.
Having used multiple Bluetooth devices thru the years and not wanting to spend Apple type money, these were right in my price range. I've spent more money on a crappy single Jabra BT. Replaced my MPOW jaws (which still work great for a wired BT). Literally, accidentally paired while I was fumbling with the instruction sheet. Opened the Bluetooth settings on my iPhone8 and selected the "soundpeats-R" from the list and accidentally hit the button while putting it in my ear and it connected!! Done. Pulled the left from the charging case and it powered on and paired just as I put it in my ear. Couldn't have been easier. Now that they're paired it's simple as pulling from the charge case and it connects before I can get it in my ear. I usually use one at a time to keep my other ear free to hear surroundings. I easily get 4-5 hours use, listening to music each time. When one goes dead I swap it back into the case and switch to the other ear easily giving me a whole work shift of use. Charging case charged both buds at least eight times before needing a charge. Call quality is very good also - most folks have no idea I'm on Bluetooth while on the phone with them. All in all, for the cost - a super deal.
First you may wonder why such an inexpensive pair of wireless earbuds gets a five star rating. First the sound is rather clear and has decent volume and doesn��t distort. Bass is also decent. It��s very hard to find a much better sounding pair at this price point. Second I wouldn��t say it��s noise cancelling but rather noise isolation. And the noise isolation is rather good. It��s not nc and nc is still better qhen you��re on a plane. Still this pair can still hold on it��s own. And last, battery life. This model has 35 hrs total battery life while most have 15. If you want more, there is a model that has a higher battery rating. And yes it��s not waterproof, no app. But if you want more, then you have to pair more. I have more expensive earbuds, but somehow I use the Spundpeats more.
I saw these on a lightning deal and thought I would try them. It gets pretty noisy at work and thought they would help block out the sound so I can concentrate. They are quite good at that, although if someone is speaking very near to you or loudly it will still bleed through. That said the sound on these is awesome! They are comfortable and stay in the ear. They didn't work so well on phone calls as they didn't pick up my voice as well as other types of Bluetooth devices and my caller had trouble hearing me. I speak loudly so that wasn't the issue. :-) Overall they are awesome for listening to music without disturbing others and pretty good at sound blocking, but I will still just use the phone for calls.
I understand that this product is cheap for the feature set it is offering. But, the battery life caveat is a hassle. Only 4 hours of battery life, then you have to let them charge in the holder, then you can continue using them. I bought these for airports and plane rides. By the time we got on the plane, they were dead. After taking them out after take-off, they lasted an hour. Then back in the holder they went for another hour before I continued until we landed.Also, the sound quality heavily favors the low end of the spectrum, so much that it's distracting to me. I have high a high quality headset at home, as well as a decent sound system in my car. So, I notice things like this. Most people may not. I recommend reading the review of these headphones on the RTINGS.com website.
I am NOT rating these for stereo music use. I have other, better headphones for that. I wanted ear buds that would stay in place. Another major consideration is pairing with two different devices. I have the right bud paired to my phone, and the left paired to my computer (both Bluetooth capable). In mono mode, both work great! So Far! I've only had them a short time, so I can't speak to long-term performance or battery life. Be careful if you want two devices connected at the same time. MANY of the products sold in this category do not offer that capability, but the descriptions don't make it easy to find out. These WILL pair to two different devices at the same time. Left to one, right to another.
I��ve always had a love for Ecrossso I decided to purchase these as a new edition to my other items and was not expecting the disappointment I received. The craftsmanship & sound quality are pretty great but that battery life is not so great. I normally listen to music off and on for about 7 hours at work and continuously at the gym which is about 1-2 hours, I was expecting this battery life to at the very least support a 12 hour day. This battery life last lest than half of my expectations. The upside is it��s a fast charge but I just hate having to charge it 2-3 times a day.I will be returning these and going back on the market to find something a little longer lasting.
It is awesome because it has the best value and performance, I highly recommend the models have a lid on it otherwise it will come out in the backpack or in the pocket and will connect with your device unexpectedly.++Great battery performance++works good for me++Noise cancelling because it is in ear++Charging is fast++Cheap deserves every single pennies--Sometimes it comes out from my ear--Makes a little muggy my ear i think because it is airtight--When i put them back to their charging base they don't fit or no red light shows it is charging only need to replace since i see the red light.?? not know how long it will last i have been using for 5-6 weeks.
My son recently got a pair of Soulja pods which are of questionable quality at best, so to make things "fair" I bought my daughter a pair of these Ecrosspods for her birthday. The performance and quality difference between the two is night and day. I was so impressed by them, I ordered a pair for myself. Having already owned an older pair of Bluetooth headphones from SoundPeats, I knew these would be great, and they didn't disappoint. No issues charging, syncing, staying connected, etc. I still can't believe Ecrossis putting out quality products like these at such low prices. These are EASILY worth 2-3 times their $27.99 price tag. The only negative thing I can say about them is that I wish they offered different color options besides just black.
E. Borden MD
I use these to listen to music and NPR One while exercising on my elliptical and doing stretches and calisthenics. The headphones fit well and don't fall out while exercising. The sound quality is fine for listening to news but the bass is poor on music. The single button is used to turn the headset on and off or to pause and restart the stream and double pressing the right earpiece advances to next track or the left earpiece to the previous track. There are no volume control buttons on the headset. Using the phones takes a bit of time to learn since there are different procedures for using it as a stereo pair or as single earpiece. Other than these minor problems the Ecrossare an excellent buy for the money.
This is my first pair of wireless earbuds and after using them I should have made the switch much sooner. I looked at and compared numerous wireless earbuds before finally deciding on the Ecrossand it is immediately apparent that I made the right choice. Even though the cost is relatively low, the performance, features, and design are excellent and make this product feel very high end. The pairing process was effortless and easy to follow in the included instructions. The charging case is also a great feature that makes charging the earbuds on long trips away from home very easy by just placing the earbuds back into the charging case for an hour or so ( I also love the secure magnetic connection when placing the earbuds back into the charging case). This is my first time purchasing the Ecrossbrand, but is will definitely not be the last time.
This is my 3rd pair of wireless earbuds, and I wish they'd been my first. They were super easy to pair with my phone, the sound quality is much better than with the others, which would cut in an out if I turned my head. They are comfortable to wear and they cancel ambient noise almost too well. I wear them to listen to books while walking dogs, and I find myself just using one earbud so I can hear the cars, etc. while still listening to my book. If I got a call where wearing the old ones, I'd have to disconnect from the buds and call the person back. With the soundpeats, no problem, people can hear me fine. I think the battery life is also much better, but haven't had the opportunity to give them a true test. For the price, these are a great product!
At first I was a little skeptical about if the earbuds were going to fall out, or have poor quality. However, after purchasing I was highly satisfied with the product. The sound quality is amazing and there is no noise leaking through from my surrounding. I love how I can touch the earbuds to change the music and skip ahead or back. My most favorite feature of the earbuds is that they stay in the case with magnets. I am able to throw the earbuds in the case and have them position themselves in place to charge. The case is lightweight and small enough I carry in my pocket. My husband has even tried to take the earbuds from me because he loves taking the buds out on his daily run.
Main point: THESE HEADPHONES ROCK!I was very nervous buying wireless headphones for a mere $30... But I figured "what the heck? If they suck, I'll return them." Got the headphones and they came already fully charged, and were SUPER easy to connect to my phone. Put on some music to try them out and they were AWESOME! Not only was the fit great, but the sound was great too!My husband and I are both professional musicians and these headphones are fantastic! For only $30 you really can't beat them! They're so great that when my husband tried them out he instantly wanted a pair.The true test was when I went to the gym though... Would they really stay in place not only through my cardio and weightlifting, but through all of the sweating too? Yep! They sure did!Great sound, so comfy that I can't feel them in my ears sometimes and I'm worried they're falling out (they're not; just that comfy!), and the ease of use make these winners in my book!
bath tub beagle
EcrossTrueFree+ Earphones are light and almost weightless.The sound from my audio books and music come through clearly. My problem with them is the seal of the eartips in both ears as the earphones tend to fall out when I am walking. I normally don��t have to switch out the eartips on any given earphones. I am surprised that the choices between the existing pair and the larger set are too much of an increase in size as the largest ones are not comfortable. I wish there was a size between. This may be a deal breaker.
First of all I never write reviews too long.I bought several Ecrosswhich I still using for different activities and very happy with it.This True free plus are awesome ,the sound quality is much better than expected ,the quality very good but the real purpose for using this is for phone calls ,Ive tried with friends and colleagues and they told me that the voice was very clear ,and this is the most important thing for me.Have several phones ,Android and IPhone (in fact 3 lines) and no complaint with any of it. Are very comfortable and so far battery last a lot ,you cant expect more for this price or even 100.Will buy another pair as a back up in my office.
The Good:These headphones produce excellent sound and very decent bass. In-fact, they do come close to M-POW headphones.For most consumers will not be able to detect discernible difference in sound quality between these and more expensive(>$50, <$100) earbuds.Room for improvement:They have a short playtime of approx 3 hrs of continuous use, shorter if you play loud music with enhanced bass settings on your music player.Since this is limited by the size of the battery used and quality of music played, I can accept it. However improved noise isolation can and will help its performance.The Bad:I can work with short play time, but it takes a long time to recharge. If it charged faster these headphones would be my primary headphones.Noise isolation leaves something to be desired for, if you are planning to use it for working out in a gym you might have to turn up the volume high to drain out all the ambient noise or perhaps use larger earbuds.==> It doesn't have Noise cancellation.Pros:1) Good sound quality and bass2) Value for money3) Nice snug fit.4) Premium look and borderline stylish
I've only had these in for about 2hrs so far, so, I will update this as necessary, but, I wanted to tell everybody DO NIT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON EXPENSIVE WIRELESS BUDS!!! THE THINGS ARE SWEET!!I honestly 100% expected to be returning these. I figured I'd try them because they were just over $20 a pair, (?), but, I am blown away! I wear headphones all day for work, and I would've bet $1000 that the bass on these was gonna SUCK. NOPE. Cranked full blast, blowing out my ears on songs with deep bass, and I have zero distortion. How they got this in a $20-something set of wireless buds, you got me.Like I said, I'll update if I see any issues with the battery or connection or anything, but, they've been going on 2hrs strong with no issues yet. Thanks for the sweet deal SoundPeats!! I bought my wife a set as well!
This is the 2nd set of wireless earbuds that I have purchased within the span of a week. The first pair was the True Wireless by TaoTronics. Having used both pairs now for about 2 weeks, I like the Ecrossmuch better.Here are some of my reasons why:1) Ecrossfits my ears better and are more comfortable to wear2) Better noise cancellation vs the TrueWireless TaoTronics, even w/out music on, I couldn't hear mom who was talking to me from the kitchen while I was in the living room (we don't have a big house).3) Ecrosssimply sounds better.4) Both earbuds clicks in and out, frequency is seldom, I can look pass this.5) Simple to pair with Samsung Galaxy S10+