808 Audio EarCanz Tru Wireless Earbuds Review

808 Audio EarCanz Tru Wireless Earbuds Review

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Takeaway: Bright/balanced audio, good isolation, stay in place, but occasional connection issues and lack bass, charging case.

You'll receive the true wireless earbuds with a semi-rigid clamshell carrying case, a split microUSB charging cable, two additional sets of silicone eartips and wing stabilizers, a pair of plastic earhooks and a quickstart guide. The earbuds are compact and lightweight and measure about 1" long and 1" wide. The earbuds come pre-installed with the medium size silicone eartips and stabilizing wings, but there are small and large sets included so you can find the right fit. The plastic ear hooks are optional if you're having trouble getting these to stay in your ears during physical activity like running, but I didn't have a problem with them falling out of my ears and the wing stabilizers seemed to do a decent job keeping them in place.

The earbuds don't charge wirelessly in a battery case like many other true wireless headphones. You'll still have to charge via a microUSB cable, although with the split bale you can charge both using a single USB port. A fully charge will last about 3 hours of listening time depending on playback volume. When you power on the right earpiece and then the left, they'll pair to each other automatically. Then you can pair the right earpiece to your phone. However, either earpiece can be used independently too; to place one of the ear buds into paring mode, hold down the power button for a few extra seconds when powering on until the unit beeps, then let go and it will be in individual paring mode. In general, the earbuds paired with each other automatically every time, though on a few occasions I have had them disconnect from each other so that sound was only coming out of one earpiece. Powering them off and on again helped reset them and correct the problem.

The sound from the earbuds is decent. It's mostly balanced though skews a bit bright so cymbals can sound harsh and female vocals may carry extra sibilance. The bass and mid bass ranges are clear and present but without very heavy low bass. Passive noise isolation also is pretty good when you're listening at moderate volumes, but at low volumes and quiet passages, there was a lot of static and white noise. The power button also doubles as the play/pause, with a single press, and next track, with a double press, for music playback control. You can also answer and hang up calls with a single press when paired with a mobile phone. However, there's no volume control on the earbuds. These earbuds are sweatproof but don't have an advertised IPX rating. That said, I have rinsed them off under the tap and they still seem to work fine.

Overall, these are a decent sounding pair of true wireless earbuds. They don't have all the bells and whistles like wireless charging or a battery case so you'll have to find a way to charge them every 3 hours or so, but so the convenience of not having to deal with a tangled neck cable, these aren't too bad.

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