Earfun Air Pro In-ears as a bass marvel


 Earfun Air Pro In-ears as a bass marvel

After reviewing the Earfun Air TWS in-ear headphones in August, we now have an improved version: Earfun recently introduced the Air Pro in-ear headphones, which offer many more features than the normal Air earbuds. active noise reduction and transparency mode.

How Earfun's Air Pro TWS earphones perform in practice for their price Price not available* (test duration: €80) and how they can stand out from normal Air-In-Ears is explained in the following test.

Scope of delivery

Earfun offers the usual accessories: the Air Pro comes in a charging case, plus there's a 0.5-meter-long USB-C charging cable as well as a total of three sets of silicone caps thanks to which the headphones can be adjusted to your ears. Finally, there is a brief manual explaining the most important functions and operating options.

Design and manufacturing

The Earfun Air Pro is based on a striking design: the round body, which fits into the ear, has an elongated angular extension that is mainly noticed when worn. The outer side of this segment is dark gray plastic, which houses the Earfun logo. Everything else on the case, on the other hand, is matte black. The same plastic is also used for the charging case, where the earbuds are normally stored.

The finish of the charging case and earphones is impeccable: the gaps are small and even, the individual parts of the case are firmly connected. Optically and haptically, the headphones are impeccable.

Recording and playback quality

When it comes to playback quality, the Earfun Air Pros pick up exactly where the Earfun Air had a small problem: on the bass. Even in the 30 hertz range, in-ear headphones still produce clearly audible sound, making them excellent headphones when it comes to low-end bass. As a result, the entire bass range of the headset is very well realized, as well as the mid and high frequencies. 

There the variety of details could still be improved compared to more expensive models, but the sound quality is appropriate for the price. As such in-ears are more likely to be used in noisy or moving environments anyway, where strong bass is far more effective than the finer details of treble, the sound quality of the Earfun Air Pro is therefore commendable.

In-ear headphones, on the other hand, are not as effective in giving a good verdict on the recording quality: although you can still understand what is being said in conversations, the sound suffers from background noise and distortion. 'a slight distortion. Here we would have liked higher quality in this price range.

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Practical, autonomy and wearing comfort
The Air Pro uses touch controls on both earbuds, which can perform various actions with single or multiple taps. This allows you to pause or skip songs, answer and end calls, and change the current operating mode. The available modes are a normal mode, one with noise reduction and one with ambient sound. However, there's no "tap and hold" to adjust the volume, so you have to rely on your smartphone for that.

The Earfun Air Pro is easy to use: there is virtually no risk of incorrect input. The in-ears work slightly better than the normal Earfun Air. Noise cancellation and ambient sound are also good: considering the price, you can't expect a premium solution for both, but noise cancellation reduces ambient noise a lot and even though ambient mode is noisy, it remains useful for conversations. Auditory recognition, which pauses playback when you unpause it, also worked well in our tests.

The only very minor complaint we have with the headphones concerns the charging case: Earfun has unfortunately only installed a red LED to visualize the charge level, which flashes one to three times depending on the remaining capacity. It's a little confusing at first use and requires a little more attention afterward than just visualizing via color tone.

The Air Pro's battery life is directly related to this, and this is where Earfun is once again quite convincing. In practice, our in-ear headphones didn't quite achieve the promised nine hours of music playback, but with a good eight hours each, battery life was still excellent. With the charging case, we got a total battery life of around 26 hours, enough for longer trips.

The Air Pro can also convince us to a large extent with its wearing comfort: the concept of a simple silicone cap, which fits into the ear without any additional support, is of course not very original, but at least with us the in-ears were comfortable and firm. An additional retention option, like that offered by some competitors, would always be a welcome addition for a successor.


With the Air Pro, Earfun once again improves the already available Air headphones: For the current price not available* (Testzeitpunk: €80) you get in-ear headphones that combine many additional functions with good sound.

Particularly positive about this one is the very well-realized bass, which is impressive considering the size of the headphones. Even in the highest frequency ranges, the sound quality is at least commensurate with the price, which is why the Air Pros convince here. Unfortunately, one flaw of the Air Pro is the recording quality, as the built-in microphone noticeably distorts the voice: the timbre is changed and the sound also appears distorted.

Features like noise cancellation and ambient recording are also positive features, very versatile for the price. The implementation of additional functions is not comparable to more expensive models, but they are still useful.

The Air Pro scores very positively in terms of battery life, as with around eight hours per charge the earbuds should be able to cope with any daily routine. With the charging case, you can use the earphones for several days without charging them.

Considering the still moderate price and the good implementation of the Earfun Air Pro, we can recommend purchasing them, provided that you do not have to count on high recording quality. In addition, with the discount code EAPANC20 you can reduce the price by 20% by the end of the month – and in the future the price of in-ear headphones should stabilize a little lower than that anyway. 'at first.

With the discount code EAPANC20 you can still save 20% when purchasing the EarFun Air Pro on Amazon.