Speaker 1: People love the AirPods pro, but not everyone loves their high price. Here are five great cheaper alternatives to the AirPods. Pro
Speaker 1: Apples AirPods pro are some of the best true wireless earbuds available, but they're still too expensive. For many people. This list will feature much cheaper alternatives. Now, of course you won't get those special apple features like spatial audio or hands-free Siri, but these true wireless earbuds do offer active [00:00:30] noise, canceling and work with both Android and iOS devices. First up is the edifier T Ws three 30 N B. They actually look a lot like the pods probe, these earbuds feature, excellent sound quality for the money and decent active noise canceling. They have a transparency mode and solid voice calling there's splash and dust proof with an I P five four rating. The battery is rated to last four hours with noise canceling on and five hours with it off, but you can also get an [00:01:00] additional two charges from charging case. The E fire Ts three 30 N BS currently cost $46 and come in black or white.
Speaker 1: Next let's take a look at the TCL move audio S 600. You may know TCL for its Roku TVs or budget Android phones, but in the last few years, they've also ventured out into headphones. These all offer excellent sound quality and good active noise canceling. They have a battery life of up to 6.2 hours with noise canceling on and eight hours [00:01:30] with it off. You can also get three extra charges from the case. These earbuds feature Google fast pair for Android users, which lets you easily pair the buds with your phone to move audios six hundreds or I P 54 splash and dust proof and cost $99 mixed up. We have another AirPods pro knockoff, the Tron sound Liberty P 10, but it's one of the better ones for the money at only $48. It has good sound quality and decent call performance. [00:02:00] The battery will last you six and a half hours with noise canceling on there's an ambient mode that lets sound in and an anti wind mode.
Speaker 1: They're also fully waterproof with an I P X eight rating. So you can go ahead and wear it in the shower. The anchor sound core life P three features active noise canceling and sounds quite decent. They have a base boost mode and a companion app that lets you adjust the sound as well. They have a battery life of seven hours and I P X five water resistance. [00:02:30] Our reviewer David Carnoy did have some trouble getting a tight seal with the included Eart tips, which is important for gray sound and noise canceling. They have a list price of $80 and are available in multiple colors. The one or Como buds pro sound good and perform well for making calls. They have touch controls that you can use to toggle between two levels of noise cancellation as well as a pass through transparency mode and a wind noise reduction mode with noise canceling on you can get six hours [00:03:00] of battery life and eight hours with it off there. Splash proof with an I P X four, water resistance and cost about $95. Thanks to C net's headphone expert David Carnoy for providing the info for this video. Check out the link to his written article below. And thank you for watching know in the comments, if you've tried any of these buds or if you have any other suggestions for cheaper alternatives to the APOs pro.