EarFun Air Pro 2
40dB Hybrid Noise Cancellation
EarFun Air Pro
Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation
4-Mic Noise Cancelling Call Tech
EarFun Free Pro 2
40dB Hybrid Noise Cancellation
EarFun Free Pro
Active Noise Cancellation
EarFun Free 2
Qualcomm® aptX™ Audio tech
Ultra-light & Comfortable
Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation True Wireless Earbuds
QuietSmart™ Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation up to 38dB
Customized Noise Cancellation Algorithm for Clarity Call
10mm Composite Dynamic Drivers Deliver Powerful Sound
32-hour Playtime: 9 Hours + 23 Hours with Charging Case
Fast charging, 10 Min Charging = 2 hours Playtime
IPX5 Sweat & Water Resistant
In-ear Detection Technology
Single Earbud Mode-Right or Left
Transparent Mode Allows Ambient Sound
Activate Voice Assistant
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To create the Air Pro’s signature sound, we partnered with Edifier to engineer a custom-designed speaker to complement our innovative QuietSmart ANC technology. The Air Pro is an advanced step forward for both wireless audio and active noise cancellation experiences.
The enhanced 6 microphones and customized noise-cancellation algorithm to reduce background noises and enhance human voices for crystal clear calls.
Compact and lightweight, the Air Pro’s body adopts an ergonomic design that makes wearing them seemingly imperceivable. Three different sized soft silicone ear tips help you achieve the perfect seal. Comfort and sound go together.
Featuring two advanced microphones (Feedforward and Feedback microphones) on each earbud, both ambient and inner ear noises are captured and processed by the international noise-cancellation system to equalize with anti-noise before reaching your ears. The result is a focused and elevated listening experience.
Feel free to use them while you’re on any workout. It’s okay to wear them out in the rain, snow, sleet, or hail. These IPX5-rated earbuds will just continue to pump out great-sounding music.
Now you can leave your phone in your pocket. Just tap two times using the left earbud to access Siri or Google to check your calendar, set a reminder, or get directions.
Multiple Connection Modes
The classic immersive listening experience
Use either earbud independently to answer a call.
Up to 7 hours of battery life on a single charge with noise cancellation turned-on
Up to 9 hours of battery life on a single charge with noise cancellation turned-off
Get three additional full charges by storing your earbuds in the USB-C charging case.
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Just got these today so this is not a long term use review.
The packaging is good quality with a magnetic box, so look professional quality from the outset.
The black charging case looks well made and has strong magnets for the earbuds. The design of the earbuds is nice and I think they are a good looking piece of kit.
Opened the case and they paired with my iPhone 7 straight away.
They are vey comfortable in my ears and show no signs of falling out.
I am no music quality expert, but to me the sound quality is excellent and there is plenty of volume. After an hour of use, no drop out of signal so far.
My wife has Apple AirPods Pro's. these seem to have a slightly louder volume and the noise cancelling seems to be just as good.
Tested on a phone call and the voice reception was very clear
Nice little ticket included in the box stating that you have a 30 day money back guarantee if not satisfied and an 18 month warranty.
So... for the price you just can't go wrong... As long as they last the distance!
Update ... no issues after a weeks use. The tap control took a little getting used to, but fine now. Show Full Review
I'd never heard of Earfun a few months ago, but I'm now a big fan - they are up there with Anker as a brand that sells top notch gear at decent prices. the previous Earfun earphones I got, the Air True model, were the best I've seen under £60 and picked up a 5 star what hi-fi review to prove it. These new ones are the first to feature active noise cancellation, something I've always fancied having on earphones having got used to it on full-size headphones.
For these Earfun have basically rebranded an existing product from Edifier, the NB2, and look almost exactly the same. They have been tuned by Edifer too so for all intents and purpases are a Edifer product.
Battery life is great, up to 9 hours with the noise cancellation on and 7 hours off (that's before using the case of course). With the case you'll get a whopping 32 hours without the cancelling and 24 or so with. I've been using mine for a couple of weeks on my commute and still have plenty of battery left. The case isn't wireless charging, which is a shame as the previous pair was. Waterproofing is IPX5 so you can't submerge them in water but they are fine in rain etc.
The look of them is really nice and somewhat futuristic. The touch controls are a bit limited, with no skip back for example, but the basics are covered.
On to the noise cancellation and let's get this out of the way - it works well but it's certainly not as strong as on other more expensive headphones I have. The mics work well for calls helping blocking out background noise to help others to hear you clearly.
For the sound is a fairly bass heavy dynamic sound rather than a flat sound - the mids and treble still come through clearly but the boot is fairly boosted but still tight, giving plenty of impact without becoming overly boomy. It a decent immersive soundstage too, and all feels pretty open.
They aren't perfect - lack of wireless charging on the case is a step backwards and the touch controls could be better but they represent great value for the meagre price. The noise cancellation isn't as effective as on my other more expensive headphones but it does enough to be worth it. Earfun have done it again with these, and I look forward to seeing what they come up with next. Show Full Review
The last time I left a review for headphones* was in 2009. Since then, I’ve had 15+ pairs of headphones, ranging from £2.00 to £130.00. I’m not a wannabe tech reviewer, so I haven’t bothered writing a review for any of the other items I’ve had over the past few years. But I feel like I have to with these, because the EarFun Air Pros are magnificent.
They paired effortlessly with my Samsung Galaxy Note 9. It took less than two seconds for them to appear on the list of available devices, and they connected in a flash. I’ve since tried with a couple of different devices: an XPS 13 laptop, a MacBook Pro and even a Garmin Fenix watch. On all devices, pairing was quick and painless.
I’m new to the world of earbuds. The only pair I’ve had before these were EarFun Airs. If you’ve never used them before, I’ll tell you it’s eerie - they aren’t like the old bluetooth headsets I used to use. It's nice to be able to talk freely without having a headset pressed against your jaw. They’ve very unobtrusive and allow you to have phone calls without thinking about it.
To test how they pick up audio I sent over some random WhatsApp voice clips, and played around with the recorder on my phone. Much to my surprise, I was perfectly audible - even when I only used one of the earbuds! Feeling confident I moved on to phone calls. Quality didn’t sound muffled at all and nobody noticed anything different during my weekly phone calls until I pointed out my fancy new gear. I guess that’s the biggest compliment!
The sound quality is damn good. It’s comparable to my Audio Technicas, which cost a lot more than these did! To be honest I’m not a massive sound buff so I won't give an in-depth technical analysis on what makes these sound so good. What I will say is that: they’re loud, the bass sounds very pronounced and crispy, harmonies sound beautiful, and you can hear individual elements of songs without some parts drowning out others.
“Hotel California” is what I use to test audio speakers or headphones. On cheap earbuds, when you turn up the volume the bass guitar drowns out both the interplay between the lead guitars, and the soft supporting rhythm parts. But with these everything stayed really separate and clear. Cranking up the volume just as the solo kicked in didn’t produce any distortion or overrepresented bass - it sounds similar to the Audio Technicas which is massively impressive as they’re more expensive and lack bluetooth!
They’re supposedly waterproof but I’ll be damned if I’m testing that! The best feature is that they sort of align with your jawline at an angle - they look far more subtle an AirPods, or other wireless buds that sit at a 90 degree angle.
Battery life - I’ve had these for two weeks now and used them about 4 times a week, sometimes for hours at a time. I haven’t kept track (sorry) but what I can say is that I haven’t had to chance them once yet and they’re at 20% battery left.
Although I’ve awarded 5 stars, these aren’t perfect. The touch controls are responsive, and allow you to accept calls, reject calls, control noise cancelling and change track. Oh and of course play/pause. But they don’t allow you to change the volume! That’s forgivable because the sound quality and other features make up for it. It's slightly disappointing especially as the cheaper EarFun Airs have volume touch controls.
Just phenomenal value. Even if I’d paid £150.00 for these I think that would’ve been reasonable. Okay the name is unusual, but the packaging, charging case and most importantly the buds themselves are all top quality. If they were double they'd still be worthwhile, but at this price point they're easy to recommend. 5*s
*headphones, earbuds, earphones whatever they're all basically headphones to me :) Show Full Review
I really wanted headphones that sound good but that I could also use with the phone or over Zoom meetings. My previous headphones were good on one or the other but not both.
Firstly, the headphones paired with my phone immediately when I opened the case. In order to pair with my laptop, I pressed the pair button in the case and it immediately showed on my laptop.
With regard to calls, I am really impressed, the advert says that it has 6 microphones and I have to admit that when I used this with phone calls, the sound was perfect and the other person could hear me without any issues whatsoever. I kept them on my ear all day connect to my phone, ;listening to music and in-between taking calls
and never was I tempted to take the call on my phone.
I have tried a few headphones and hands down this is the best for calls.
With regard to music again I was pleasantly surprised at the strong rounded sound. I tried listening to House, Rap and some guitar music and the headphones produced a really good sound across the genres. One tip is to try all of the headphone tips, you get small, medium and large. I found in one of my ears that the large fitted best and on the other it was medium. Having the right tip really helps with the sound, particularly with bass.
The noise cancelling was also really good and handled indoors really well. When I was out walking, I turned off the noise cancelling and allowed ambient sounds, which allows you to be aware of cars etc.
Overall, I am very impressed by these headphones and would certainly recommend them particularly if making calls/meetings is important to you. Show Full Review
So the Earfun Pros came on my radar via Amazon. I’d been looking for some reasonably priced ones for a while.I’d discounted the Apple versions based on price and the fear of losing/ damaging them etc. As I will be using these in a working environment the fear of damaging them was a concern.I’d also considered Anker but at £129 they were again too much to pay for ‘work’ earbuds.Step forward to the Earfun Air Pro for £59. These were reviewed on What HiFi and they were pretty impressed. So I ordered my first pair of ANC earbuds.I have to say these are amazing value… the sound are better than my Anker Soundcores, with a 9 hour play time and 32 hour charge case there is a lot to be positive here.The environment I’ve used them in is very noisy, way too noisy for most earbuds. The noise cancellation cut a good 70% of the background sound out. This was a game changer for me and was very impressed with them.Touch control is good when you get used to it. Two taps on the right stops music, three skips track forward. On the left earbud two taps fires up the voice assistance and three skips through the ANC modes On/Off/Ambient.So reviews complain of no volume control which is true… but two taps brought up Siri who was only too glad to turn volume to 70%All in all they are great earbuds and a great price. If you don’t like them send them back! I’m betting you won’t 😀 Show Full Review
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