Tribit XFree Tune Bluetooth Headphones Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear with Hi-Fi Stereo Sound & Rich Bass Cnet’s Award Comfortable Headphones with Microphone & Foldable Red Review

By | April 29, 2020

Tribit XFree Tune Bluetooth Headphones Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear with Hi-Fi Stereo Sound & Rich Bass Cnet’s Award Comfortable Headphones with Microphone & Foldable Red Reviews and Specs

[Cnet’s Award] Cnet calls this bluetooth headphone “The Best Headphones for 2020”. [Hi-Fi Stereo Sound] Dual powerful 40mm sound stage drivers deliver true-to-life audio with rich bass that’s just like the real thing. Engineered with advanced passive noise reduction, not active noise cancellation (ANC). It could prolong the lifetime of the battery and offers more real sound. [40H Playtime] Built-in rechargeable battery with a full charge of 4 hours enables your beats go on for a whopping 40 hours playtime. You could also use this bluetooth headphone as a wired headphone with the provided audio cable plugged into your earphone jack so the headphone will never power off. [Comfortable Design] In order to achieve perfect fit and comfortable wearing experience, the bluetooth headphones were designed with adjustable headband, metallic slider and protein leather the memory-protein cushioned earmuffs. The ergonomic design enables users to work long time without fatigue. [Excellent Connection & Hands-Free Call] CSR chips and Bluetooth 4.1 technology of this bluetooth headphone provides quick and stable connection with your device. Wireless headphone over ear with a high-quality built-in microphone for hands-free calls.


3 thoughts on “Tribit XFree Tune Bluetooth Headphones Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear with Hi-Fi Stereo Sound & Rich Bass Cnet’s Award Comfortable Headphones with Microphone & Foldable Red Review


Puwyv says:

They’re definitely a step up from my previous pair of heaphones in sound quality and comfort.My experience so far:• Terrific sound.So far they are working great.In addition to selling inexpensive headphones with exceptional sound, Tribit also offers exceptional customer service, BRAVO!!!UPDATE ONE: Ironically, two days after writing the glowing review the right speaker started cutting in and out intermittently.I am still tweaking the computer’s EQ to get the best sound, but there is a slight muffled/tinny effect so far.Super comfortable, literally the most comfortable I’ve had.Nothing special about them.Very similar to Beats Studios which I have owned.After using them for a while, I have more opinions.These headphones sound great with music but not as good with voice.Over the Anker Vortex and possibly the Q20Longer story: I originally purchased a pair of Anker Soundcore Vortex and liked the overall fit and sound.Then as I was looking at reviews of the newest anker model q20 I read a review that referenced these Tribit Xfrees and being the same thing as the vortex.The carrying case has extra space even with the headphones folded inside, and includes short USB and audio cables.The headphones seem well built, if a tad delicate, so I’d definitely recommend using the case and not throwing these in a bag unprotected.Great sound and at a glance I thought great build.I decided to buy a pair and have been listening to them for a day and a half and I am really happy and satisfied with this set.First off the price is great.Considering this, the build quality of these headphones is solid.Wow, these really surprzed me.They have an excellent build quality, they are very comfortable, the sound is very balanced, very crisp and clean, my only gripe is the weird button placement, other than that I can highly recommend them.

PliWC says:

They’re definitely a step up from my previous pair of heaphones in sound quality and comfort.My experience so far:• Terrific sound.So far they are working great.In addition to selling inexpensive headphones with exceptional sound, Tribit also offers exceptional customer service, BRAVO!!!UPDATE ONE: Ironically, two days after writing the glowing review the right speaker started cutting in and out intermittently.I am still tweaking the computer’s EQ to get the best sound, but there is a slight muffled/tinny effect so far.Super comfortable, literally the most comfortable I’ve had.Nothing special about them.Very similar to Beats Studios which I have owned.After using them for a while, I have more opinions.These headphones sound great with music but not as good with voice.Over the Anker Vortex and possibly the Q20Longer story: I originally purchased a pair of Anker Soundcore Vortex and liked the overall fit and sound.Then as I was looking at reviews of the newest anker model q20 I read a review that referenced these Tribit Xfrees and being the same thing as the vortex.The carrying case has extra space even with the headphones folded inside, and includes short USB and audio cables.The headphones seem well built, if a tad delicate, so I’d definitely recommend using the case and not throwing these in a bag unprotected.Great sound and at a glance I thought great build.I decided to buy a pair and have been listening to them for a day and a half and I am really happy and satisfied with this set.First off the price is great.Considering this, the build quality of these headphones is solid.Wow, these really surprzed me.They have an excellent build quality, they are very comfortable, the sound is very balanced, very crisp and clean, my only gripe is the weird button placement, other than that I can highly recommend them.

swiXxs says:

They’re definitely a step up from my previous pair of heaphones in sound quality and comfort.My experience so far:• Terrific sound.So far they are working great.In addition to selling inexpensive headphones with exceptional sound, Tribit also offers exceptional customer service, BRAVO!!!UPDATE ONE: Ironically, two days after writing the glowing review the right speaker started cutting in and out intermittently.I am still tweaking the computer’s EQ to get the best sound, but there is a slight muffled/tinny effect so far.Super comfortable, literally the most comfortable I’ve had.Nothing special about them.Very similar to Beats Studios which I have owned.After using them for a while, I have more opinions.These headphones sound great with music but not as good with voice.Over the Anker Vortex and possibly the Q20Longer story: I originally purchased a pair of Anker Soundcore Vortex and liked the overall fit and sound.Then as I was looking at reviews of the newest anker model q20 I read a review that referenced these Tribit Xfrees and being the same thing as the vortex.The carrying case has extra space even with the headphones folded inside, and includes short USB and audio cables.The headphones seem well built, if a tad delicate, so I’d definitely recommend using the case and not throwing these in a bag unprotected.Great sound and at a glance I thought great build.I decided to buy a pair and have been listening to them for a day and a half and I am really happy and satisfied with this set.First off the price is great.Considering this, the build quality of these headphones is solid.Wow, these really surprzed me.They have an excellent build quality, they are very comfortable, the sound is very balanced, very crisp and clean, my only gripe is the weird button placement, other than that I can highly recommend them.

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