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Posted 24 February 2023

Google Pixel Buds A-Series Wireless Earbuds - Clearly White / Charcoal £64 @ Amazon

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Google Pixel Buds A-Series (earbuds only) have a water protection rating of IPx4 under IEC standard 60529. Water resistance is not a permanent condition and may be compromised by normal wear and tear, repair, disassembly or damage. The charging case is not water or sweat resistant.

Requires a Google Assistant-enabled Android 6.0 or newer device, Google Account, and an Internet connection. Data rates may apply. Translation is not instantaneous. Google Pixel Buds will process voice data when triggered and transcripts of voice interactions with the device will be stored in the activity history of the Google Account paired with this device. For available languages and minimum requirements go to g.co/pix…elp.

All listening times are approximate and were measured using music playback and talk with pre-production hardware and software, with fully charged Pixel Buds A-Series and case, and other features disabled. Case is used to recharge Pixel Buds A-Series when their batteries are depleted. Charging times are approximate. Use of other features will decrease battery life. Battery life depends on device, features enabled, usage, environment and many other factors. Actual battery life may be lower.

  • Sound that’s music to your ears. With custom-designed 12 mm dynamic speaker drivers, Pixel Buds A-Series deliver high-quality audio
  • They sound good anywhere. Adaptive Sound adjusts the volume as you move between quiet and noisy environments, so you don’t have to
  • Clear calls in loud places. Beamforming mics help to make your calls crystal clear, even in noisy conditions
  • Help when you need it. To play music, check the weather or have notifications read to you, just say “Hey Google,” or press and hold the earbud to talk to Google
  • A translator in your ear. Get real-time translation directly in your ear while using a Pixel or Android 6.0+ phone
  • Made for your ears. With a flush-to-ear design, three ear tip sizes, and a stabiliser arc, they stay in place and create a gentle seal for amazing sound.
  • Long battery life. Get up to 5 hours of listening time or 2.5 hours of talk time on a single charge, or listen for up to 24 hours with the charging case.
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  1. Kai_Kinder's avatar
    Got these with my pixel 6 pro little over a year ago and have used them almost daily since, they are fantastic little bits of kit and certainly way above cheaper sets
    G_W10's avatar
    How is the real time translation on these , Ive always been tempted by these pro ones
  2. Hunter68's avatar
    I think the freebuds pro for £50 are better
    boss3's avatar
    Don't buy Huawei. These aren't even close to being better than the pixel buds anyway
  3. RockstarRobbo's avatar
  4. Dorian_Mangel's avatar
  5. TheJinx86's avatar
    I bought these using the £100 voucher with pixel 7 deal in December and I find I can hear static. I prefer the soundcore p2i over these and they were about a quarter of the price recently. There is no way to change the volume when I connect them to my firestick and the sound is too low
  6. sysak's avatar
    Bought them in September. I find them well built and extremely comfortable and holding in well. The sound quality is not too bad but overall i'd say it's average. The battery in the case could be better also but i guess that's why the pros exist. Also sometimes i get the sound dropping off for a second or 2 at a time on my pixel 6 when i have the phone on my body and walk around especially if the phone is "talking" to my sports band at the same time. Overall not perfect but decent.
  7. redduck's avatar
    I have these. They are comfortable and light but I find they take a long time to connect to my phone. It's the same for three phones I've used then with (all Google pixel phones)
  8. iSam's avatar
    Are these better than Samsung galaxy buds plus?
  9. Char23's avatar
    I got these for £50 the the Pixel 6. They are the only buds I've ever used so can't offer any comparisons but I'm really happy with how they work for me.
  10. prankz2k's avatar
    Like many people above, I also have these buds as well as the Pro version which came with my P7 Pro. The Buds A-Series are the only ones that work with my ears i.e stay in! So far, have not had any issues with them at all and they sound great to my ears.
  11. iEffluo's avatar
    I have these and galaxy buds live. I much prefer these. Both are very comfortable and both work well. I find the sound, microphone and sound isolation better on these. These have also held up better. I needed to return by buds live due to one going quiet.
  12. drmufti's avatar
    Can anyone advise, which one is better - these (Google Pixel Buds A) or Sony WF-C500 please?
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