Truebuds Ace Review: The Truebuds is the second AirPods similar wireless earbuds test of SoundPEATS. Whereas the SoundPEATS TrueAir resembles the AirPods a little, both the earpieces and the loading case are more original in nature.
The case is beginning. The ‘normal’ AirPods cases are about twice as big and a little heavier, too. For good reason: the large battery helps you to charge your smartphone with the USB port, or 20 (!) earbuds.
The company’s first in-ear TWS products were Tronsmart Onyx Ace. This is certainly a plus for those who cannot use in-ear headphones because of anatomic characteristics. I don’t like vacuum headphones, for example, because they cancel every echo.
I think it is irrational for the manufacturer to install a few more microphones to block all sounds and still listen to anything. Although this feature works well in Galaxy Buds+, it is also worth admitting.
For TWS headphones, Touch Control is the perfect option. Some headsets have mechanical buttons that sometimes make you feel uncomfortable. It’s not very cool to click your ear to search your music or call daily. There are no difficulties in Onyx Ace.
Any words on the trustworthiness. I found a funny programme crash a couple of times – a random track switching. The conditions were also perfect.
Overall, there is certainly a big advance in contact regulation compared with the previous Spunky Beat and Onyx Neo versions in this headset. Let me remind you that the key problem was sensors.