Third party truly wireless earbuds are finally starting to get really good. And IFA 2019 gave us a few new pairs of truly wireless earbuds to look forward to this fall like the Jabra Elite 75T’s and Sony’s new H.ear In 3’s which are going to be a more affordable and more stylish version of the Sony WF-1000XM3’s. But if you’re on a tight budget but still want truly wireless earbuds then you’ll might be considering the Skullycandy Indy. Long story short, I don’t love them but they do get the job done.
For the last few months, the Tarah Pro’s have been Jaybird’s best workout earbuds specifically cause the Jaybird Run suffered from rampant connectivity issues. But now there’s the all new Jaybird Vista. And like I said in the full review, I really like these earbuds and I think they’re a great option for any android user looking for a pair everyday carry truly wireless earbuds. But if you’re trying to decide between getting the Jaybird Tarah Pro and the Jaybird Vista, honestly I think this is going to be a hard decision cause they’re both great but I think depending on your needs one might be better than the other.
I’ve never really been a fan of the Jaybird Run, their carrying case is very bulky but more importantly they suffered from rampant connectivity issues. But now we have the Jaybird Vista, and these have been completely redesigned for the better. I think they’re great workout earbuds, but I also think they're a great option for android users looking for a pair of everyday carry truly wireless earbuds.
More and More third party truly wireless earbuds are finally starting to get really good. And now there are some really good premium truly wireless earbuds to take into consideration if you want to upgrade from AirPods, Galaxy Buds, and even the Jabra Elite 65t’s. So today we’re going to be looking at the brand new Sony WF-1000XM3’s and the Sennheiser Momentums. They’re both great, but they’re very different from one another.
Sony has been killing it with their 1000XM3 headphones and now we have the new Sony WF-1000XM3 truly wireless earbuds. Now the 1000XM3 truly wireless earbuds have been completely redesigned from the original WF-1000X’s. And fun fact there’s no Sony WF-1000XM2’s probably cause Sony just wanted to piggy back off of the 1000XM3’s popularity. But if you’re an android or iPhone power user than I think you should definitely take these guys into consideration. These things are awesome, but I do have some critiques.
AirPods are awesome, but personally I only like using AirPods for causal use for like when im watching youtube videos, listening to podcasts or taking phone calls. And whenever im at the gym I like using my Powerbeats 3 cause of their ear hooks and in line controller. But now we have the Powerbeats Pro, in short they’re also awesome but not perfect, and I also don’t know if they’re worth it.
Theres a lot of hype around the new Galaxy buds… and its with good reason. They’re a really good pair of truly wireless earbuds that perform very well, they fit well, and both the buds themselves and carrying case are pretty small. But most importantly, they only cost $130. But the $80 sound core Liberty Air have also gotten a fair amount of hype. So could these really be a viable alternative for both the Galaxy Buds and AirPods?
Im going to start off this video by saying that I was pleasantly surprised and impressed by Audio-Technica’s $200 ATH-SR50BT headphones… and if it weren’t for their crappy touchpad they’d be the best $200 ANC headphones on the market right now. But sadly, the same cant be said about Audio-Technica’s new truly wireless earbuds, the ATH-CKR7TW’s… I just don’t think they hold up to the rest of the competition.