Although the Earfun Air Pro SV impresses with its effective active noise cancellation.
And its sound is both engaging and detailed, you might want to look elsewhere if you cycle a lot.
Or if you spend the majority of your day on the phone.
Design, Comfort And Battery Life?
The Earn Air Pro SV is yet another model from the brand that borrows from a Fiil model;
Specifically, the Fiil CG Pro, which is not tested on this site.
This model, along with the previously reviewed Earfun Free Pro and Earn Free Pro 2, has been reviewed on this site.
To reiterate, there is absolutely no reason to be ashamed about that.
The Earn Air Pro SV comes with a charging case that is small and has a hole in the lid.
Through this hole, the stems of the earbuds can be seen lying inside the case.
The case is not only small in size, but it is also quite light in weight.
The remaining battery life is shown by the hue of a single LED light that is located on the front of the device.
The earphones can get a full charge from the case a total of four times.
After that, you will be able to give it fresh juice using the USB-C port or through wireless charging.
What About Control And Connectivity?
Connectivity is not an issue with the Earn Air Pro SV.
When you pull the earbuds out of their case, they pair and connect to your device in a matter of seconds.
And the Bluetooth connection remains strong up to 9 to 10 metres away from your device.
The listening test has been completely free of any audible glitches.
You are not able to switch between the various connected devices because a posh option such as multipoint connectivity is not one of the accessible choices.
What About Calls, Movies, And Games?
In settings with little ambient noise, it is possible to take and make phone calls.
Your voice comes across as quite loud and distinct.
The same is true for video conversations, such as those offered by Microsoft Teams.
And Zoom meetings, during which your voice is easily picked up.
And exceeds other ambient noises, such as the clicking of a keyboard and background conversation.
The same does not, for some reason, apply to phone calls made outside.
When you’re not making any noise, the person on the other end of the line can enjoy the peace.
When you start chatting, though, the Air Pro SV also puts through your environment.
Wind noise, the acceleration of scooters and cars, and chatter can all be heard.
And may even push your voice further away, making it difficult for others to hear you.
Even when using the gaming mode, the sound effects in video games still have a slight lag.
About the action that is displayed on the screen; however, playing Call of Duty on a mobile device is not in the least bit impossible.
What About The App Support?
It is the first model from the brand to enable support for apps.
And it is the Air Pro SV. Even though you might have to restart the iPhone app for it to recognise the earbuds.
The My Earfun app is accessible for free on both the iPhone and Android platforms.
The software has a nice design and is easy to use.
What About Active Noise Cancellation?
Holding the left earphones of the Earfun Air Pro SV allows you to toggle between the ANC on.
And ANC off positions, as well as the Transparency mode.
The function that you have just activated is stated in a basic and easy manner using voice prompts.
The active noise cancellation on the Earfun Air Pro SV does a good job of minimising sounds that are coming from your surroundings.
Electronic buzzing, such as that produced by a refrigerator, can be made significantly quieter.
Or rendered completely inaudible.
Even though the overall volume output has been significantly cut down.
More inconsistent sounds such as surrounding chatter, traffic, and construction site sounds can still be heard.
This is especially true for the lower frequencies.
Even with the function turned on, you are still able to make out individual nuances, such as the sound of a motor speeding up.
If you add music to the mix and keep the volume at a comfortable level, you won’t be able to hear anything else in the room.
Quality of the Transparency/Ambient mode The Transparency/Ambient mode lets through the mids.
And brighter sounds at the times when you need it, and it does so with ease.
What About Final Verdict?
It is simple to pick up where you left off by listening to a neighbouring conversation.
And it is also simple to find your bearings in the surrounding traffic.
Even when you listen to music at a volume that is considered to be moderate, the sound of traffic is still discernible.
And does not have an overly metallic quality to it.