Last Updated on March 13, 2023 by Rifthy
Earfun is one of those brands for me checking them out from the start has always been a great experience.
I’ve always had good things to say about them and this post is not a paid sponsored post I have really great things to say about them here.
Earfun Air Pro 3
Design and Build
Let’s talk about the design of these earbuds. To be honest, it’s not really groundbreaking and looks like every other earbud on the market nowadays. It’s kinda generic. But don’t let that discourage you! The clamshell case is pretty sweet – it opens up wide and stays open thanks to a nifty spring action.
Plus, you’ll find some LED lights on the front that give you the lowdown on battery life. And who doesn’t love some Earfun branding on the top of the case, right? And wait for it, there’s more – you get a Type-C port on the back for charging and even wireless charging!
Now, let’s talk about the earbuds themselves. They have that familiar AirPods Pro style ear tip that many companies are using these days, and for good reason – they’re super comfortable! You won’t get a whole lot of extra features here compared to the AirPods Pro, but the touch sensor surface at the front gives you control over everything you need. And the real magic with these Air Pro 3 earbuds is all happening inside. Trust me, it’s worth checking out.
Let’s talk about the battery life of these earbuds, which is seriously impressive. When the noise-cancellation is off, you’ll get a whopping nine hours of battery life, and that’s not even counting the 36 additional hours you’ll get with the case.
And even if you turn on the ANC, you’ll still get a solid seven hours of battery life, plus 28 more hours with the case. And if you’re ever in a rush and need a quick charge, just plug in the earbuds for 10 minutes and you’ll get two additional hours without ANC.
Oh, and if you’re lucky enough to have a wireless charger, just pop the earbuds on and you’ll get a cable-free experience that’s super convenient.
Let me break down the sound quality of the Air Pro 3 for you. Personally, I like to keep the volume around 40% for a comfortable listening experience. These earbuds can really pack a punch though – things start to get loud around 70%. Trust me, you won’t need to go any higher than that! One thing that really impressed me about these earbuds is that they sound amazing even when played at high volumes.
The Air Pro 3 is a major upgrade from the Air Pro 2 in terms of specs. You’re getting Qualcomm’s QCC3071 chipset, which supports Bluetooth 5.3 and aptx adaptive AAC and SBC codecs. Plus, with an IPX5 water-resistant rating, these earbuds can handle a bit of rain or even a hiking trip. The 11mm wool composite driver is quite large for earbuds, which helps produce some serious sound.
These earbuds are super easy to use too – just grab either side and start listening. Unfortunately, there’s no multipoint connectivity yet, but maybe that’s something we’ll see in future updates.
about one of the coolest features of the Air Pro 3 – their ANC performance. And let me tell you, these earbuds have stepped up their game from the previous Air Pro 2 model. Earfun has seriously upgraded their algorithm and it definitely shows in the performance tests.
I mean, these earbuds can take on airplane cabin noise and low humming road noise like a boss – annihilating any form of noise in its path. And with music playing, it’s practically like the noise doesn’t even exist anymore.
Sure, you might still hear some chatter in a busy cafe, but given the budget-friendly price point, Earfun has done a fantastic job with noise reduction. Even wind noise is impressively controlled for the most part, although in extremely high wind situations, you might still hear a bit of buffering noise (which is totally normal).
Transparency mode is pretty decent, but don’t expect any additional amplification. It’s more like wearing half-in earbuds and being able to hear your environment without completely blocking out your music.
Overall, I’d give these earbuds a solid 9 out of 10 for ANC performance – Earfun definitely nailed it with this feature.
From my experience, I’ve noticed that these earbuds really come alive when you turn up the volume a bit. At lower volumes, they’re decent but not very dynamic like most earbuds. But when you crank up the volume, they become really impressive.
The bass on these earphones is solid, not like those cheap bass-heavy earbuds. Earfun has produced punchy and deep bass notes that have a satisfying rumble to them. They don’t go too deep, so you won’t feel like you’re going to be sick. The vocals on these earbuds are great too. They’re forward and present, and don’t get drowned out by all the other frequencies.
I wouldn’t say that these earbuds emphasize mid-frequency vocals, but they do a great job of ensuring they don’t get overshadowed by the other frequencies. The highs are nice and bright, but they don’t reach as high as some other high-end earbuds.
Nowadays, with high-resolution audio and codecs being the norm, it’s a good comparison to make. I think these earbuds could benefit from some EQ tweaking on the higher frequencies. But luckily, you can just go into the app and make those adjustments.
Overall, I think Earfun should consider making high-res earbuds for their next launch. But for the price point, these earbuds are a great choice.
Final Thoughts Earfund Air Pro 3 Review
So, I gotta say, these earbuds have some seriously impressive specs. But here’s the thing – am I the only one getting a little tired of seeing the same old design from every company out there?
Don’t get me wrong, performance is important, but come on, we need something fresh and exciting in the design department. I’m hoping that in 2023 we see some truly innovative designs that blow us away. Who’s with me on this? Comment your opinion