Ever since the news about Apple removing the 3.5-millimeter headphone jack from their latest iPhone, there are a lot of players in the audio-listening industry that planned on following suit, and the Earin Wireless Earbuds is but one of many. At first glance, this might be the alternative to the Apple AirPods that you’re looking for. It will connect wirelessly to your Apple smartphone, or even to your Android handset. However, even though it does offer a decent level of comfort and good overall audio performance, it has a very poor battery life and it will frequently disconnect from the connected device.
The Earin Wireless Earbuds Has Disconnection Issues
In terms of design, the Earin Wireless Earbuds looks as simple as it can get, for a wireless pair of earphones, anyway. This obvious minimalistic approach is then reflected even more towards the stripped back, along with its overall understated design.
Make no mistake, these are one of the most compact and lightweight earbuds that you can find on today’s market. However, they can still astound many because these can fit snuggly inside your ears, which does promise a secure fit so you don’t have to worry about them falling out when you least expect them to. Furthermore, because of its compact nature, they do not stick too far out of the ear, which is great because otherwise you might be sporting the “robot alien” look to which there are some other earphones deliver, unfortunately.
In order to use the Earin Earbuds, you would have to pop them out of their portable charging case, then just place each piece into your ears. Now all you have to do is connect them with your phone through a Bluetooth connection. Simple, right? At first, it might be, but then you would find yourself trying to reconnect the pair of earphones constantly. This is because the device has a shoddy Bluetooth connection, and you will frequently wonder why did the audio suddenly stop playing when you haven’t pressed anything.
But when it does work, the Earin Wireless Earbuds does offer a pretty good audio performance. It does lack a bit in the low-end signatures, but the mid-range sound is at the right place. With all being said and done, it is still difficult to recommend this because of the flaky Bluetooth connection. Oh, and there’s the very poor battery life that you also have to deal with. Hence, it might be wise to turn your ears, and your wallet, somewhere else.
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