EarFun Air Pro 2

General Information

  • QuietSmart™ 2.0 Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation up to 40dBPlus with Wind-noise Reduction
  • Transparent Mode Allows Ambient Sound for Safety
  • Built-in 6 professional mic for stunning call experience
  • 10mm Titanium Composite Dynamic Drivers deliver an authentic and balanced sound
  • 34-hour Playtime: 7 Hours + 27 Hours with Charging Case
  • Fast Charging, 10 Min Charging = 2 Hours Playtime
  • IPX5 Sweat & Water Resistant
  • In-ear Detection Technology
  • Intuitive Touch Control + Volume Control
  • Activate Voice Assistant

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red71rum

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Earfun Air Pro 2 - Great Active Noise Canceling At A Reasonable Price....
Pros: QuietSmart™ 2.0 Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation up to 40dBPlus with Wind-noise Reduction

Transparent Mode Allows Ambient Sound for Safety

Built-in 6 professional mic for stunning call experience

10mm Titanium Composite Dynamic Drivers deliver an authentic and balanced sound

34-hour Playtime: 7 Hours + 27 Hours with Charging Case

Fast Charging, 10 Min Charging = 2 Hours Playtime

IPX5 Sweat & Water Resistant

In-ear Detection Technology

Intuitive Touch Control + Volume Control

Activate Voice Assistant
Cons: - No APTX
- Would like to see a different design so they might be more suited to rigorous gym workouts (could get loose when straining do certain workouts like chest exercises
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Earfun reached out to me about their most recent earbuds, the Earfun Air 2. I was interested in seeing how they compared to the Air Pro I also reviewed. These look a lot like a combination between the Apple Air pods\Pros, which seems to be what a lot of companies are doing these days.

Accessories (what comes in the box) -


You get several sets of tips (6 pairs in total), allowing for fitting multiple ear types. The case is small and very pocket friendly and charges quickly both via usb c or wirelessly, 27 hours total. The earbuds give 7 hours. A usb c cable is included also.

r/EarFun - Earfun Air Pro 2 short review...

Build -

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I found the case to be very light and easy to open. The earbuds are held in magnetically, so they are very secure and it is easy to taken them out or put them back in the case. The headphones are also light and made of a durable plastic. The earbuds have angled nozzles and a short stem. Everything is very compact. Also these did well in a fairly heavy downpour that I was caught in, they worked great thanks to their IPX5 rating.

Controls -

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If you have used any recent Earfun earbuds, you already know how to use these. 3 taps on the left earbud go back a track and 3 on the right advance to the next track. Volume is controlled by a single tap. You can cycle through the the settings on the left earbud by touching it, allowing you to cycle nose cancelling, ambient, and normal. I never use ambient, I have never liked the exaggerated amplification on any earbud I have use. I found it easy to navigate between the sound profiles. The controls were precise and I never had a problem using the earbuds at the gym or walking my dog. These also allow for mono use (single earbud listening).

Connectivity -

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Here is the compact charging case

The Earfun 2 Air Pro were always solid, never lost connection. They paired to my Iphone 13 Pro immediately upon opening the case. I could not get these things to lose connection, tried my fun in my front pocket, back pocket etc. Only when I would leave my phone on the window sill at the gym and walked 50 or so feet away, did they start to falter and lose connection.

Comfort\Fit -

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I apologize that I am not sexy ear model, but you can see how they fit.

The Air Pro 2 lend themselves to long listening sessions. They are very light at 53g and sit in your ear without any pressure. I found that they do stay in my ears when doing pull ups, battle ropes and so on. But, even with the multiple tips, I would have liked them to fit more snugly. I was worried that they might fall out, because they did sometimes feel loose and I would have to reseat them. I have several tips from all my reviews over the years and I will see if one of those works better for me. I did find that they did fit well, but I think tips that are less pliable would go a long way in making these more secure. I would also like a deeper fit into the ear, allowing for even better passive noise cancellation. I find that the build of the Earfun Free Pro have a tighter fit for me. Of course that is my opinion and you might not agree.

Sound -

I found the Air Pro 2 to have a very nice sound signature with smooth highs, punchy but not overbearing bass, good mids, sub-bass, and treble. I enjoyed the clarity and dynamics of these earbuds. I looked forward to using them. I listened to several genres of music, from classical, techno, metal, and everything in between. The Air Pro 2 did well with everything I threw at them. Despite not having AptX, these sounded really good to me. They worked very well with my new Iphone 13 Pro. The hybrid ANC was really good, it blocked the thumping of the runner on the treadmill at the gym, the constant drone of air conditioner while I was on a walk. The hybrid noise cancelling did a great job. I also wanted to mention that unlike several of the other ANC earbuds I have used, that these can handle some wind with ANC on and did not have digital wind noise when outside unless then wind was over 10mph.

Calls -

I made several calls with these outdoors and had no complaints, everyone could hear me and there was no distortion.

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Overall I really enjoyed listening to these and think they are comparable to several much more expensive models out there. At $79.99 the Air Pro 2 are a pretty good deal and I think you will be pleasantly surprised by them.

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