Ive looked at a number of Tronsmart products recently and have found them to be quite good considering how reasonably priced they were. So it was with considerable anticipation that I received the new Tronsmart Apollo Air Earbuds having liked the original Apollo Air model very much. Let8217s take a look at the newer earbuds in this review and put them to the test.

The Tronsmart Apollo Air wireless earbuds are a development of the original Apollo Air units with a few refinements. They are of course like most modern earbuds Bluetooth 5.2 based wireless earbuds permitting cable-free connection to any Bluetooth-enabled device that plays audio. According to the specifications the units contain full frequency hybrid active noise cancelling meaning you can listen in noisy environments.

The base of the headphones is the popular Qualcomm QCC3046 chip just like its older sibling the Apollo Air with the same aptX audio decoding technology too. All that amounts to a proprietary codec for streaming high quality audio8230 Read more.


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