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Posted 9 May 2023

Aukey EP-N5 IPX5 Active Noise Cancelling True Wireless Earbuds - £11.98 or 2 Sets £22 @ MyMemory

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Beating the 7 day shop offer by £2.01 on a single pair of these, and even better if you wanted a couple of pairs, as there's a two for £22 offer on right now (£11 each). Ideal for a budget set.

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AUKEY specializes in making tech accessories to complement and elevate your digital lifestyle. These stunning wireless earbuds are no exception. A responsive, touch-sensitive panel on each earbud allows easy music control and calls management.

  • Superb Sound
  • The dual 10mm dynamic drivers deliver rich, high-fidelity audio.
  • Dual microphones
  • Voice Assistant Support
  • Use One Earbud

Advanced Active Noise Cancelation
With the advanced ANC technology, these earbuds detect and cancel a maximum 28dB of ambient noise so you can focus on your music. The 10mm dynamic drivers enhance bass and deliver incredible sound

Long hour Playtime & Quick Charge
The earbuds offer 7 hours of music and calls on a single charge with ANC off (4.5 hours with ANC on), while the charging case extends that to 35 hours. USB-C Quick Charge fully charges the charging case in 120 minutes

Dual Microphones
Each earbud has two microphones for improved voice pickup and background-noise suppression, which ensures that you’re heard clearly without interference

One-Step Pairing & IPX5 Water Resistance
The true wireless earbuds are ready when you are– just take them out of the charging case and they’ll automatically connect to your paired device. IPX5 water resistance makes them ideal for intense workouts and runs

  • Model: Aukey EP-N5
  • Technology: BT5, A2DP, HFP, HSP, AVRCP
  • Driver (each channel) : 1 x 10mm / 0.3 speaker driver
  • Sensitivity: 101dB ±3dB
  • Frequency Range: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • Impedance: 32 ohm
  • Microphone Type: MEMS mic (microphone chip)
  • Microphone Sensitivity: -42dB ±1dB
  • Microphone Frequency Range: 200Hz – 5kHz
  • Charging Time: 1.5 hours
  • Battery Life: Up to 7 hours
  • Battery Type: Li-polymer (2 x 60mAh)

Key Features
  • Clear Phone Calls
  • Right earbud can be used alone as a Bluetooth headset
  • Triple-tap either earbud to access your phone's assistant.
  • Portable Case
  • The charging case keeps your earbuds safe and packs 4 additional charges.

Box contents
  • 1 x AUKEY EP-N5 True Wireless Earbuds
  • 1 x Charging Case
  • Three Pairs of Ear-Tips (S/M/L)
  • 1 x USB-C Cable
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Quick Start Guide

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Edited by Ken, 9 May 2023
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  1. torroxcampo's avatar
    I actually love aukey products but these are literally the same as the so called Lenovo ones on Ali express. I have some older models and they’re fantastic but these (I know they’re cheap) just aren’t as good as their usual stuff
  2. ct9001's avatar
    I have other Aukey products and I like them but these headphones fall out of my ears no matter what buds I use. Sound quality and connection is fairly good but Mic not as good as my other Aukey headphones. Ok as a spare.
  3. Quickblood's avatar
    Are these really noise cancelling?
    premierfella's avatar
    Cancelling - no, there is no magic used in the production of the earbuds. ANC does make a difference though if you use them a lot in city-type environments (in the fresh air open countryside I imagine buyers look more at trading off ANC vs better sound quality when buying).
  4. andyc1976's avatar
    50146601-YMgBV.jpgThere's a range of these on the 2 for £22 offer.

    EP-T27 seems best deal by price. Are they the best does anyone know? (edited)
  5. premierfella's avatar
    The specs for the EP-T27 don't look too favourable compared to the N5 (on paper) - other than the IPX7 water resistance rating of course.

    I'd also be interested in any real world comparisons though (youtube videos aren't always a good guide!)
  6. Michael_Berry's avatar
    These arrived today. Good strong but not boomy bass. Vocals smooth. Well pleased
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