Feature i10000 tws
Product Name:Wireless buetooth tws earbuds
Bluetooth version:5.0 i10000 tws
Wireless transmission range:10m
Audio noise ratio:≥123db
Battery:Earbuds 28mAh,charger box 300mAh
Earphone standby:About 60 hours
Charging voltage:DC 5V/500mAh
Normal volume playing time:2-3 hours
Talk time:3 hours
Product size:52.5×44 x21mm
Accessories:Usb cable,user manual,gift box
Power on/off: Power on when pick out the earphone from the charging case. Power off when put the earphone back to the case . and start charging after press the charge button
Bluetooth Pairing : i10000 tws will turn on automatically and connected with another one,when it with voice prompt”power on “”pairing”,and the device will be pairing mode when “connected”prompt tone with the LED indicator flashes red and blue.
- Long press the key for power on or power off.
- No connection status:it is TWS pairing automatically. 3. hands-free call : short press the key to answer/hand-up calls, long press the key to reject the coming call.
- The connection status: short press the key to play / pause, double-click the button on left earbud for last music, double-click the butoon on right earbud for next music, triple-clikc the left earbud for volume up, triple-colick the right earbud for volume down
Put the earbuds into the case and press the charge button,the blue light of the charging case is on when charging the earbuds, and the blue light will be off when earbuds power full .the earbuds light is red when charging,earbuds light is off once power full .
Description of product use effect the charging case indicator ligth is flashing when charging the case, and the indicator light keep on when case power full .the blue light keep flashing if charging case power low, pls charge it
Earphones vs. Earbuds
If you’re a music lover, chances are you’re not happy with your phone or media player’s bundled earphones. Most of the time, they sound pretty dismal. Some devices don’t come with any earphones at all, but even the models that do include them tend not to offer a high-quality listening experience. Your music and video can definitely benefit from an upgrade.
Technically speaking, earbuds are not earphones, as they don’t enter your ear canal. Instead they sit just outside of it, where it’s easy to become loose and cause problems when it comes to accurate stereo imaging (in which both ears get the same amount of audio) and bass response.
Earphones, meanwhile, fit in the ear canal and form a seal inside your ear, blocking outside noise while piping sound directly into your ears. They’re much smaller and lighter than headphones, since they don’t need to fit on or over your ears and don’t require any outside support (though some have stiff wire sections or flexible fins to keep them in place without getting in the way). Plus they won’t mess up your hair.
That said, the term earbuds has become synonymous with earphones i10000 tws and in-ear headphones, so the difference is ultimately academic. Whatever you call them and whatever they say on the box, you should look for earphones that form a good seal inside your ear with silicone or foam eartips. They’ll sound much better than plastic-covered drivers cupped against your ear canal.
Wired, Wireless, or Wire-Free
Earphones can connect to your smartphone through a 3.5mm cable or wirelessly over Bluetooth, depending on the model. Wired earphones are generally less expensive, and you don’t need to worry about keeping them charged.
Bluetooth earphones are more convenient because you don’t have to physically connect them to your smartphone, but they need battery power to work. For the most part, you won’t find a 3.5mm port and removable cable on Bluetooth earphones; when they’re out of power, they’re out of commission until you charge them again.
There’s also true wireless earbuds, which we also call wire-free. These are essentially Bluetooth earphones, but with no cable connecting the individual earpieces. It took a solid year for the bugs to get shaken out of this category, with issues like short battery life and awkward design plaguing early devices.
We’re starting to see some very compelling wire-free earphones now, with companies like Bose and JLab offering sets with the power, longevity, and intuitive controls necessary for us to recommend them. Typically wire-free earphones were more expensive than conventional wireless earphones, but there are now several compelling sets available for under $150 or even under $100.
Whichever model you choose, make sure to use the included pouch or carrying case as often as possible in order to preserve the longevity of your earphones. Balling them up, shoving them into a pocket, and then untangling them each time you want to listen does more to wear them out prematurely than just about anything else. For more details, check out 5 Easy Tips to Extend the Life of Your Headphones.
If you don’t want to get tripped up on wires, check out the Best Wireless Headphones i10000 tws and the Best True Wireless Earbuds.
If you place a priority on blocking out external sounds so that you can enjoy your favorite music in peace and quiet, read the Best Noise-Cancelling Headphones and the Best Noise-Cancelling True Wireless Earbuds.
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