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The Tranya T10 earbuds are a simple pair of completely wireless in-ears that come with a charging case. They’re small and stable in your ear, making them ideal for working out. They have an energising, V-shaped sound profile that offers a little more boom and punch to keep you engaged during your workout. Unfortunately, they do not effectively block out bass-heavy sounds such as bus or jet engines, and they do not offer many adjustment possibilities. However, if you’re looking for a basic pair of headphones on a budget, they’re a good option.
The Tranya T10 totally wireless earphones have a conventional appearance. Like the Anker Soundcore Life Dot 2 Truly Wireless, they’re comprised of matte black plastic and protrude a little from the ear.
These headphones are a good deal of fun to wear. They’re not too heavy and don’t put too much strain on the ears. You don’t have to push them further into your ear to register commands thanks to their touch-sensitive controls. They do, however, sit deep in your ears and are hefty, so they may not be suitable for everyone.
The controls on these headphones are adequate. Touch-sensitive earbuds allow you to adjust volume, skip tracks, and alter the EQ setting by tapping either earpiece. By holding down on either bud, you may turn them on/off and pair them. While there is plenty of feedback, such as voice prompts and beeps, the control scheme isn’t particularly intuitive, and it may take some time to get used to.
The Tranya T10 earbuds are extremely lightweight. Their fully wireless design is small and tiny, making them easy to carry in a pocket or backpack. There’s also a charging case that you can take with you on the road.
The charging case for these headphones is excellent. It’s durable and substantial, and it appears to be capable of protecting the headphones from knocks and falls. The case’s battery life is indicated by four LED lights, which is useful. You may charge the case wirelessly or using a USB-C charging cable.
The Tranya T10 earbuds have a sturdy construction. They’re largely composed of plastic, which appears to be sturdy and long-lasting. They’re also waterproofed to IPX7, although we don’t test for that. The silicone ear tips, on the other hand, appear to be a possible weak link, as they appear to shred easily.
These headphones have a good amount of stability. During moderately intensive exercise, they should stay in your ears. They don’t have any stability fins, unfortunately.
The noise isolation ability of the Tranya T10 earphones is adequate. They have a hard time blocking out bass-heavy noises like bus and airline engines. They do, however, perform a better job of blocking out higher-frequency sounds like voices and air conditioners.
The battery life of these headphones is excellent. Its 9-hour continuous battery life should last you all day at work, and its portable charging case provides three additional charges for when you’re on the run. When the buds aren’t in use, there’s even an auto-off timer to save battery life. You can listen to music on one earbud while the other charges, but you won’t be able to utilize the controls unless both buds are worn.
Although these headphones support Bluetooth 5.0, they do not allow NFC or multi-device pairing. On PCs, their latency is too high for gaming or movie streaming. On iOS devices, they function slightly better, but their latency is still too high for mobile gaming. With Android smartphones, they have low latency. Some apps, however, adjust for the delay, so your results may vary.
The Tranya T10 earphones are suitable for a variety of uses. They are great for wearing while workouts because to their portable and stable construction. They have a nine-hour continuous battery life and a portable charging case that makes them convenient to take with you. They can filter out voices and other harsh noises, but they struggle to block out the sound of a bus or plane engine, so they might not be the ideal choice for commuting and flying. Furthermore, their energised sound profile isn’t suitable for neutral sound.