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AUKEY EP-T31 Wireless Charging Earbuds / Headphones Elevation in-ear Detection Black £12.49 delivered using code @ MyMemory

£12.49£16.4524% off
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Great earphones for the money, the price drops to £12.49 with free delivery when you use discount code: HMMABB


Streamlined ergonomic design, ultra-low-latency, IPX5 level extra water resistance, available single earbud using. Perfect sound transfer partner for every environment.

  • Wireless charging
  • water resistance
  • Mini size
  • Ultra light

30 hour playtime
5 hours, plus 25 hours more with the charging case. Good for workouts, runs, and sports.

IPX5 water resistance
Water resistant design protects against sweat & rain.

Powerful Charging Case
The earbuds could continue working for over 5 hours by a single charge. The charging case extends playback to more than 30 hours.

Key Features
  • Colour: Black
  • Playtime: 30 hour
  • Connection: USB-C cable
  • Weight: 8g

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    Thanks. Picked up a spare pair as I was pleased with a previous purchase when these where reduced to £15.

    Very good sound and features for just £12.50. I'd seen complaints of weak bass online but I think it handles the bass sound well, it's just not particulary imposing. Might be disappointing if you're into bass heavy genres where you need your buds to really drive it but certainly not weak or muddy to my ears. With this in mind I think they excel with vocal and acoustic stuff. I listen to alot of guitar stuff and thought it was excellent for that. I don't have any mid-range or higher buds to compare but I think they hold themselves well against anything I've had in the £25-40 range.

    Common complaints seem to be the very sensitive touch controls and, for some, poor in ear fit. I can manage 2 hour walks with them in with only minor adjustments every now and then so I've had no major issues and they also come with a small selection of different sized tips.

    I had to learn to adjust them in ear by grabbing them from the outside as they'll tend to pause if you hover a finger near the center of them due to the mentioned ultra sensitive touch controls.

    Volume cant be adjusted via the buds either which is a deal breaker for some.

    I gave my originals a solid 8/10. Very good for the money if you're willing to put up with it's shortcomings. A class above the EP-T25s also available from MyMemory, imho.
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    Call quality anyone?
    Edit: review . Ok
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    Mine worked but the mics are junk (EP-T25) so I am using them as a tradein for the new Buds Pro next week ($10 for $30 discount)!
    Unfortunately, there is no high quality Bluetooth bi-directional codec. If you're using the headphones and microphone together on any Bluetooth headset, the quality will be terrible
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    For nerds, these have AAC but not aptX, so better for iPhone users than Android
    Android will use aac , and not different in practical terms to aptx, unless it's aptx hd, I would be fairly happy with aac.
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    My concern is if these buds will have the same issue as the EP-T25 from my memory just over a week ago where they don't work (mine didn't) as well as many others in the comments. (edited)
    Yeah, mine were awful
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    I have a pair of JVC HA-A10T, how do these compare?
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    wanted a cheap pair of buds with low latency for watching tv through a bluetooth transmitter, hopefully these'll do the job. Thanks :-)
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    Case looks identical with SoundPeats T2 (great buds by the way) what's up with that?
    Are these two brands in bed?
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    Can anyone who has these help with pairing. Its just not finding them.
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    Annoyingly, you can't alter the volume with the touch controls. So for me, who's paired them to a bluetooth transmitter for watching TV, there's no way of altering the volume level. Real shame, apart from that they were a great buy