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Anyone recommend some decent earbuds? Are these it?
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Anyone recommend some decent earbuds? Are these it?
The only major flaw with Anker earbuds is that the silicone earhooks tend to slip out of the recessed housing ring around the diameter from sweat and moisture and eventually fall off. Other than that they work really well for workouts.
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The flashing lights on each site of the buds will drive most people crazy in the night.
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Anyone recommend some decent earbuds? Are these it?
I own a ton of these type of headphones - there are quite a few nice ones out there. These are probably very good, most at this price are.

I can recommend these https://www.amazon.com/Edifier-TWS1-Wireless-Earbuds-Built/dp/B08XYYFY4T/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keyword... [amazon.com]

they have dual mics which means you can record in stereo and if you use the Dolby app you can get some very impressive results.

These are also really good - I got them for $10 - very light and sound good

https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-E...452&sr=8-1
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Anyone recommend some decent earbuds? Are these it?
Honestly, I'd go with the refurbished jabra earbuds (elite active or whatever) that are on slick deals constantly. I've had two pairs (one I broke because I stepped on it accidentally) and the first lasted two years with heavy use on conference calls during the pandemic.

If you do a slick deals search you should be able to find them easy enough. Both pairs I got from them looked brand new.

They're about the same price as these. Nothing against anker because they make some decent products.

The 65t can be consistently found for around $35 refurbished. The 75t aren't really at that price point. I've heard the 75t aren't that big of an upgrade over the 65t. I've heard the next generation of them are supposed to be really great. Will probably just keep getting the 65s until I can get the 85s at a refurbished price lol
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Honestly, I'd go with the refurbished jabra earbuds (elite active or whatever) that are on slick deals constantly. I've had two pairs (one I broke because I stepped on it accidentally) and the first lasted two years with heavy use on conference calls during the pandemic.

If you do a slick deals search you should be able to find them easy enough. Both pairs I got from them looked brand new.

They're about the same price as these. Nothing against anker because they make some decent products.

The 65t can be consistently found for around $35 refurbished. The 75t aren't really at that price point. I've heard the 75t aren't that big of an upgrade over the 65t. I've heard the next generation of them are supposed to be really great. Will probably just keep getting the 65s until I can get the 85s at a refurbished price lol
75t is better all around and smaller in size. Most complaint about the 65t is that they were too large and hurt.
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Anyone recommend some decent earbuds? Are these it?
I have these and enjoy them. The sound balance and battery life are great, and they are probably just as comfortable as any of these twl earbuds. I don't have any issues with the earhooks like @blackhello does, but the flashing lights are a bit annoying if wearing them at night. That plus the fact that if I try to manually turn them off they always trigger Google Assistant, which from what I can tell can only be avoided by just popping them back in their case to have them turn off.
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I just got a pair about a week ago, they sound really good and fit really nice out of the box I didn't even have to change anything. Triple clicking the left ear cycles through three different eqs. I prefer the one with the bass not boosted but that's prolly because I like a more flat sound. I definitely recommend at 35 bucks (I got mine for 40 not on sale)
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The flashing lights on each site of the buds will drive most people crazy in the night.
Use a black sharpie pen to dim that white light.
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I've had problems with Anker Life A1 not charging properly..plus constant disconnects and other weird connectivity issues. Battery also seems to not last long. Maybe I just got a faulty pair?

The GOOD: They sound good and full, are lightweight, and stay in my ears at the skatepark. Great for sports. Can also use right OR left bud alone. Can change songs with button.

The Anker Liberty Neo (Upgraded) were definitely more reliable and with much better battery life. They fell out of my ears a little more than the A1 but I don't think I had the correct wing installed. As for sound, I don't remember the differences. Maybe the same? You cannot change songs with the button. And only the Right bud can be used alone.

After my Life A1's crap out, I'm going back to Neo's even though they lack features. They're perfect for skating and cheap so I'm not worried if I trash em.
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I like these but my silicone tips keep falling out now after about 6 months.
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Quote from openupitsdave :
I've had problems with Anker Life A1 not charging properly..plus constant disconnects and other weird connectivity issues. Battery also seems to not last long. Maybe I just got a faulty pair?

The GOOD: They sound good and full, are lightweight, and stay in my ears at the skatepark. Great for sports. Can also use right OR left bud alone. Can change songs with button.

The Anker Liberty Neo (Upgraded) were definitely more reliable and with much better battery life. They fell out of my ears a little more than the A1 but I don't think I had the correct wing installed. As for sound, I don't remember the differences. Maybe the same? You cannot change songs with the button. And only the Right bud can be used alone.

After my Life A1's crap out, I'm going back to Neo's even though they lack features. They're perfect for skating and cheap so I'm not worried if I trash em.
Have you tried contacting customer service? Anker/Soundcore is known for having decent customer service. Just got one of these as well, I'll try them out and see how they work for me.
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Quote from spicymchaggis :
Honestly, I'd go with the refurbished jabra earbuds (elite active or whatever) that are on slick deals constantly. I've had two pairs (one I broke because I stepped on it accidentally) and the first lasted two years with heavy use on conference calls during the pandemic.

If you do a slick deals search you should be able to find them easy enough. Both pairs I got from them looked brand new.

They're about the same price as these. Nothing against anker because they make some decent products.

The 65t can be consistently found for around $35 refurbished. The 75t aren't really at that price point. I've heard the 75t aren't that big of an upgrade over the 65t. I've heard the next generation of them are supposed to be really great. Will probably just keep getting the 65s until I can get the 85s at a refurbished price lol
I bought the jabra's and they were really uncomfy to me, had to return
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I bought the jabra's and they were really uncomfy to me, had to return
I second that. I was always aware I had something stuck in my ears so I sent them back almost immediately
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