Edifier TWS1 Review | Budget True Wireless Earbuds
This is Edifier’s affordable true wireless earbuds that feature IPX5 water resistance. It uses Bluetooth 5.0 with support for Qualcomm aptX and Qualcomm TrueWireless Technology. The package comes included with a small glossy finish carrying case, the charging cable and a total of 3 ear tips sizes. It comes in black or white finish.
You can power on/off the earbuds by taking them out or back into the case, that the only way. It uses touch function for your typical call and media controls but the volume adjustment is done on your device instead. Again not a big issues as most true wireless user stays at one volume and rarely change it.
The passive sound isolation is great as it goes deep into the ear canal block majority of the environmental noises. The rated battery life is 8 hours when the pair is used together with the charging case giving an additional 24 hours. Our battery life test is based on the Samsung S10e at the 4th volume bar and we managed to get a total of 28 hours and 50 minutes.
Battery life – Samsung S10e 4th Volume:
1st (buds alone): 7 hours 25 minutes
2nd (1st box): 7 hours 30 minutes
3rd (2nd box): 7 hours 25 minutes
4th (3rd box): 6 hours 30 minutes
Total: 28 hours 50 minutes
The Edifier TWS1 is aiming toward casual daily use. It performs well for the lows to mids great for modern Electronic and POP songs, in layman’s term great for Bass head. Thanks for watching this video if you’re interested in the price and where to get them, links in the video description below. Remember to like and subscribe for more reviews.
BLUETOOTH VERSION: 5.0
BLUETOOTH PROFILE: HSP, HFP, A2DP, AVRCP
PLAYTIME: 8 hours
EFFECTIVE DISTANCE: 10m
CHARGING TIME: 1.5 hours
INPUT: DC 5.0V 60mA (earbuds) & DC5.0V 500 mA (charging case)
IMPEDANCE: 16 ohms
Tested on Samsung S10e
Tiaan – Be Ok (Low bass frequency – 5th Volume)
Low bass frequency is highly energetic and highly notable, you can feel some air pressure movement in your ears. The subtle bass vibrations fade a smoothly. The low bass does overpower the vocals in terms of audible level but vocals are not heavily muffled.
Pia Mia – Do It Again (standard bass – 5th Volume)
Bass is highly energetic and highly notable. The bass fades decently at 2:05 mark, the vibrations feel good and it can be better. The bass does overpower the vocals but not much, vocals are not muffled. EDM tones sound alive and excited.
Violinder – Raindrops (high frequency instrumental – 5th volume)
The Piano/Violin tone leans towards between the crystal-clear type and the warm sounding type, I prefer crystal-clear type alone. More shine is needed in the highs. The Bass/Drums does overpower Piano/Violin in term of audible levels but not a huge amount just that the violin/piano lost its centre stage.
Pentatonix – See Through (hi pitch vocal/separation – 5th volume)
Mitch Grassi’s High-pitched-male Tenor vocals perform good at the highs but need more shine. Each singer can be identified easily. Every diction and pronunciation is crystal clear, however, it just needs to sound sharper. Vocal beatboxing, echoing and humming is great but overpowers Mitch Grassi’s vocal in the song.
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