Earfun Air Pro 2 Review: Here Is All You Need To Know!

Earfun Air Pro 2 has created history.

It’s not easy to start a new brand in a very competitive part of the consumer electronics market with no history and no name recognition.

It doesn’t help that your brand name sounds kind of childish and even a little strange to people in the West.

But in the last 18 months or so, Earfun has had a lot of success.

Holistic Review Of Earfun Air Pro 2?

Award for its true wireless Air earbuds at the end of 2020 and five stars for the Air Pro follow-up with ANC.

Now comes the next step after the next step.

These Air Pro 2 true wireless in-ear headphones are an improvement on the Air Pro, which was an improvement on the first Air.

So, does Earfun’s policy of almost constant change seem to be paying off?

What About The Price?

The Earn Air Pro 2 is now on sale, and in the UK, it costs a very reasonable £69.

In the United States, that would be about $89, but in Australia, it would be AU$119.

Earfun Air Pro SV

So, no matter where you shop, the Earfun are affordable in a way that will catch your eye.

That doesn’t mean, though, that they don’t have any competitors.

Google, Panasonic, and Sony, to name a few, all sell very good AirPods alternatives for this kind of money, and these are not funny-sounding brand names.

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Other Features-Earfun Air Pro 2?

Features: When it comes to how Earfun has designed the Air Pro 2, there’s no doubt that the company is serious.

True wireless earbuds that cost twice as much don’t have all of these features.

In what way? Well, it can connect via Bluetooth 5.2, for starters.

Then there’s active noise cancellation.

The battery lasts 35 hours (seven hours from the earbuds and four more full charges in the case) without ANC.

And about 30 hours (six from the earbuds) with it on. Any Qi-certified pad can be used to charge wirelessly.

And 10 minutes of charging can give you two hours of playtime when the phone is flat.

What About Design?

The “stem” design that Earfun chose here makes the Air Pro 2 look, like every other “stem” design, like a copy of the Apple AirPods.

This isn’t as much of a problem as the different finishes, though: Air Pro 2 only comes in black, which doesn’t seem like much of a “choice” when it comes to your ears.

If not, it’s business as usual when it comes to truly wireless earbuds on a budget.

The price pretty much makes it clear that the plastics used for the earbuds.

And, especially, the charging case is nothing special.

Earfun Air Pro SV

The whole package is quite hard to touch and in no way luxurious.

But when trying to keep the price of a product like this low, there are bound to be trade-offs.

And we’d much rather have some boring plastics than a lack of top-notch specs.

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What About Sound Quality?

The Earn Air Pro 2 can make two very different kinds of sound: the sound when the active noise-cancellation is turned on.

And the sound when it’s not. And there are some big differences.

With active noise cancellation turned on and a 16-bit/44.1kHz file of Car Seat Headrest’s “Destroyed by Hippie Powers” playing.

The Air Pro 2 could easily be called “entertaining.”

There is a lot of low-frequency presence, which is what a lot of brands call “entertainment,” and the presentation moves along at a good pace.

The vocal in the middle range is clear and has a lot of detail, and it doesn’t get lost in the bass.

At the top of the frequency range, there is a bite that can’t be denied, but treble sounds are sharp and not very smooth.

If you listen to it a little longer, you’ll hear more flaws.

This low end is solid, but it doesn’t change much as it goes along.

The soundstage that the Earfuns make is not very clear.

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What About Noise Cancellation Feature?

And the noise-cancellation itself, while it does a good job of blocking out outside sounds.

Leaves behind a clear counter-signal, so “quiet” are never quite available.

But if you turn off the noise cancellation, things become more boring.

Earfun Air Pro SV

The dynamic headroom that was once clear almost completely goes away, leaving a sound that is flat and compressed.

The low frequencies lose a lot of confidence, which shows up even more in how rough the treble response is.

Plus, you can hear a lot more sounds around you along with your music.

Earfun Air Pro 2 Final Verdict?

We don’t want to beat a dead horse, but based on our experience with Earn.

We thought the Air Pro 2 would be able to give us a more fun experience.

On paper, they look even better than they do in person, but the sound is what matters.

And these earbuds have some pretty big flaws in this area.

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