Get 30% Off the Excellent-Sounding Earfun Air Pro SV Earbuds

Get 30% Off the Excellent-Sounding Earfun Air Pro SV Earbuds

Earfun keeps churning out very good value earbuds, and its new Air Pro SV are perhaps its best-sounding buds yet. It’ll be another couple of months before they arrive on Amazon, but Earfun is selling them through its website and you can pick them up for $63 when you apply the 30%-off discount code EARFUN30 at checkout.

The Earfun Air Pro SV have a few things going for them. First, as noted, they sound shockingly good for a set of earbuds in this price range. They feature big, open sound with well-defined bass and good clarity. They’re also lightweight and comfortable to wear. It’s important to get a tight seal for optimal sound quality and noise canceling. Additionally, a fairly natural-sounding transparency mode allows ambient sound in if you want to hear the outside world around you for safety reasons. While I was able to get a decent seal with the largest set of ear tips, I got an even better seal with another set of tips that I personally like to use.

The noise canceling is effective and the buds connect to a companion app for iOS and Android that allows you to tweak the sound profile and update the firmware. I did notice that the sound changes for the better when you engage noise-canceling — the volume and bass are boosted.

The case features wireless charging.

Earfun is highlighting how you can see the buds’ squared-off stems through the case — there’s a little window — but aside from the stems, the buds themselves have a similar shape and design to the AirPods Pro. While the case offers wireless charging, the buds are missing a sensor that pauses your music when you take them out of your ears (you can use a single bud if you want) and resumes playback when you put them back in. They’re IPX5 splash-proof, and battery life is rated at 6 hours with noise-canceling turned on. There’s also a low-latency gaming mode and touch controls that work reasonably well.

Earfun talks about them having “six professional mics for a stunning call experience,” and they work decently enough for calls but I was disappointed with the noise reduction while using them in the streets of New York City. They didn’t do as good a job with noise reduction as I’d hoped, and callers said they could hear a lot of background noise. Perhaps Earfun can tweak the noise reduction with a firmware upgrade, but the call quality is the only thing that holds them back from being exceptionally good for the money. As it stands, they’re still worth buying at this price for their sound and fit.


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