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Title : TRANYA T1 True Wireless Headphones
Description : True Wireless Earbuds, at one time available only from a few high end and high priced California Kickstarter companies, now seem to be available everywhere from as little as £20.

I use Jabra Elite Sports as my main TW earbud set but I am on the lookout for a decent quality budget alternative and have tried quite a few contenders.

This new headset from TRANYA arrived in a small but stylishly designed product box. Inside were the earpieces themselves, charging case, a short USB to micro-USB charging cable, two sets of buds (one set of each prefitted), and a User Guide. The User Guide is well written and nicely illustrated although a bit small. I enclose a copy of the User Guide on my unboxing video.

The headset comes with a charging case similar to that with the high-end Jabra’s but lighter weight and with a clear lid. The case has an 500mAh internal battery which is itself charged using the supplied USB cable and it is the case battery which charges the earbud batteries. The case will be able to fully charge the earbuds about three times with each charge taking about one hour. It takes about two hours to charge the case itself. There are a set of LED’s on the case and LED’s on each bud to show battery status.

Pairing the earbuds was easy enough although more of a performance than with Jabra’s.
1 Remove both earbuds from the charging case and press the button on each bud until the blue LED flashes. The earpieces will automatically connect together.
2. Now the master earpiece (Left) will have blue/white flashing LEDs and be in Bluetooth pairing mode.
3. On your phone in the Bluetooth, setup panel look for the device T1 and pair to it in the usual way.

After this setup, the earbuds should automatically connect together and to your phone when taken from the charging case with no need to touch any buttons. They will disconnect and start charging automatically when returned to the case. My Jabra set has this feature and it makes the earbuds simple and intuitive to use. The two buds can be used as stand-alone mono units if required.

Audio quality was good and better by far than I was expecting. There is plenty of bass, more than I was expecting by far with mid and upper tones clear and well defined with none of the muddiness often found with budget headsets. The audio quality cannot be compared to a high-end rival or to an over-ear set but that cannot be expected.

The headset has a microphone and can be used to receive and make calls and when testing I found the conversation was clear and audible both ends. Calls can be muted/rejected and music can be paused by pressing the Multifunction button. Music tracks can be advanced forward by double pressing the earbud button.

I struggled a bit with fitting the earbuds and did not find them as good a fit as the Jabra’s and although they felt secure enough. The button on each earbud is large and easy to find but needs a positive click to operate which is a little uncomfortable and feels cheaper than soft touch rivals. Battery life is good and at least equal to the Jabra’s and the three hours playtime per charge is not unrealistic. The charging case is robust and well made and magnetically holds the buds in place

At just £45.99 this headset is a fraction of the price my more expensive set but gives it a run for its money as regards sound quality and features. It lacks the app that some high-end devices have as well as a heart rate monitor and some sound shaping features, but who uses them? This is by no means the least expensive TW headset available but as the market cools down a new generation of well-specified good sounding devices such as this are starting to emerge.

The Good
Good audio quality
Nice packaging
Charging case
Bluetooth 4.2
Voice prompts
Good battery life
Single bud operation option
Auto On
Auto Off
Track skipping/Pause
Voice Dialling

The Bad
No volume controls
Not waterproof

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