Review. The Tronsmart Spunky Pro True Wireless #TrueWireless #SpunkyPro #Tech

The Tronsmart Spunky pro True Wireless are much similar to the recent pair of Spunky Beat we checked out here and all for the better and like I said before this company offers good tech at low cost prices which is welcome and ads up to the competition which certainly bodes well for the consumer at the end of the day.

These come in a circular charge case this time around and have USB- C charging and wireless charging which is a real bonus and you will get around 3-5 hours use off one charge it will take around 1.5 hours or so to charge the case fully and up to 14-15 hours of extra use more from the case which looks cool and has the swivel top head with a small release button on the rear.

Build quality is again good with a similar look to carbon but more square looking but still looks good and takes the plain look away like the industry standard we tend to see at this price range. The earbuds are light,fit great and for me have not been an issue,came loose and give a decent level of isolation too which is good,there is no audio passthrough or auto pause though but that is ok at this price for me. You do get nice audio prompts when connected and disconnected and this is handy.

You cant use these individually but on one side you can once the other earbud is placed back in the charge case the right side remains connected but the left does not so this is a similar feature with many and it may differ what size remains active, however once not place in the case they both remain on and can be used separate but people always ask for what happens if one side is placed back in the charge case and this is what happens here.

Controls are again similar to before with ease of use and given the smaller surface they worked fine though your thumb memory will work this out after some usage just like any other earbud of this nature, You have power on/off with a long tap,play pause or answer call with one tap either side which is good so no confusion here,previous track tap 3 times and skip is tap twice. Volume up is two taps and volume down is three and all on the left side. You also have voice assistant available which you hold for 2 seconds,this will take getting use to as you might power them off there is little between the two functions.

Sound quality is good overall considering the price decent volume level some bass and generally play well across all instruments and genres etc you will be pleased I think they are not the most bass driven our loudest I have tested but the balance if fair and there is a slight lag latency notable at times but minor and you are talking half a second here which is not uncommon by any stretch.

Bluetooth range is on par here to once you are in a direct line or open space I noticed no break up issues in my house which is a new build but often causes issues with some earbuds so in general around 30-35 ft which is fine. Battery life is on par too however this depends on the individual here where battery life is shorter when used max all the time which I do.

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Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

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