Edifier X3 True Wireless Earbuds Review

Edifier X3 True Wireless



The Edifier X3 True Wireless Earbuds aim to deliver CD-class sound quality in a lightweight comfortable design. Qualcomm chipset for strong capability with Bluetooth V5.0, Apt X decoding technology, advanced CVC 8.0 noise cancelling technology, one-step pairing and tap touch control, IP545 dust & waterproof technology.

The X3 True Wireless Earbuds from Edifier are made for the mass market. By that I mean they are completely price and they look sleek and durable. The included case is slim and perfect for pocket travel. It’s covered in a matte rubber making it anti-fingerprint. The earphones are held in by magnets, and it has a solid hinge. I was a little let down by the micro-USB port, as I would’ve liked to see a USB-C port.

Edifier X3 True Wireless Earbuds Review

Edifier X3 True Wireless Earbuds Review

The earbuds themselves are sturdy and hold up well. The fit was tight but still comfortable. I did have to get a bit of electric tape to cover the LED, as at night this would flash when listening to a podcast. The earbuds have around 6 hours of battery, but the case can bump these up to 24 hours of listening.

Touch controls are a little bit lacklustre. Tapping once will play/pause your music. A long press will activate your voice assistant, while a double tap will skip the track. A final three taps will skip back a track if needed. There are no volume controls and has to be done via the device you are connected to. Bluetooth 5.0 means the connection is on point and I didn’t get a single drop.

Watching videos I didn’t notice a single drop or delay. But I did find when playing games, there was a very small delay in the sound playing and me hearing it. Voice calling is helped by the CVC V.8.0 noise-cancellation. This allows me to hear the other person, and they hear me fine.

Bass and vocals appear to be boosted when listening to music with the X3 earbuds. There is a solid boom from the bass on most tracks, with this being more noticeable on funk and RnB tracks. High highs are just about reached on some tracks, but I wasn’t holding out any hope. Tracks don’t sound harsh or muddy.

Overall, the Edifier X3 True Wireless Earbuds are a great pair of mid-tier earphones. They have a great sound, without over reaching. Finally, check out our site for other reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on Facebook or Twitter.

About JabbaReview 1971 Articles
Finally, make sure to check out Jabba Reviews for more deals and reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on our Facebook or Twitter pages.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.