earfun air pro 2

earfun air pro 2

Written by Deepak Bhagat, In Earbuds, Published On
April 29, 2023

EarFun has quickly risen to prominence as a leading manufacturer of wireless earbuds because of its ability to provide high-end sound at budget rates. Our go-to inexpensive earbud recommendation has consistently been the company’s EarFun Air, with the EarFun Free and EarFun Air Pro as close seconds. The headphones have a battery life of less than six hours on a single charge, which is more than enough time for the average workday commute. However, the low rumble of bus and plane engines is still audible with their active noise suppression.

earfun air pro 2 Specs

TypeTrue wireless
ConnectionBluetooth 5.2
Frequency Rate20-40.000Hz
Weight11g (both earbuds)
Back DesignClosed-back
Battery Life6h (ANC on) + 27h in case
Active noise cancellingYES
Wireless range50 ft
Microphone6 built-in microphones
Water ResistanceIPX5


  1. Fits securely and comfortably enough.
  2. Good results in blocking out ambient sounds.
  3. Highly responsive touch screen.


  1. There is no EQ


EarFun Air price

The EarFun Air earbuds may be purchased for $49.99 through EarFun or Amazon (link opens in a new tab). If you’re on a tight budget, your best bet is Amazon, where you can pick up a pair of earbuds for just $49. These earphones are on sale for $59 on the EarFun website (originally $79! ), with free shipping to most countries.


EarFun Air comfort

I feel like I haven’t given up much in terms of sound quality or comfort by converting to the EarFun Air Pro 2 from my much more costly Beats Fit Pro, and that’s the highest compliment I can pay them. My daily playlists, ranging from the walls of distorted guitars in my favourite punk tracks to the sombre guitars and soft crooning of Phoebe Bridgers’ discography, have been pounded out with pleasing sharpness and clarity by the buds from EarFun.

I usually hate putting in earbuds, but the EarFun Air Pro 2 are so comfortable I might actually start using them. The buds’ soft silicone tips made a snug and comfortable seal in my ears right away, so much so that I forgot I was wearing them during my long walks and hours of work. There are also three extra sets of tips included in the box in case you need a different size.


EarFun Air comfort

The Air is different from the cheaper Free earbuds because it has four microphones that cancel out noise during calls. Basically, the Air can block out noise and make sure that calls are clear with either earbud. I found that calls were pretty quiet, and the touch controls for holding and moving calls make me think that these earbuds would be a great choice for people who make a lot of calls every day.

Another helpful function is “in-ear detection,” which stops music when you take out your earbuds and starts it again when you put them back in. The feature is simple but useful when you need to take out your earbuds to listen for traffic or to order a coffee but don’t want to miss a song or skip ahead in a podcast. Google Assistant and Siri can also be used with your words.

What’s In The Box And Design

EarFun Air comfort

The EarFun Air are a pair of true wireless earbuds that are small and light. The EarFun Free is small and round, like the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus. The EarFun Air, on the other hand, are a little bit bigger and have an extended stem like Apple’s AirPods. The Air comes in black and white colours, and at first glance, you might mistake the white version for a pair of AirPods, both with and without the wireless charging case.

Close up, the similarity isn’t as clear. The bottom doesn’t have a silver ring, and the stem is big enough to show the EarFun logo. The shiny, light plastic makes it clear that these are lesser earbuds, but given their price, it’s not strange that they’re not very well made. The earbuds come with four different-sized ear tips, so you can make sure they fit well and lock well. To keep the earbuds in your ear, put the stem down and then turn them. EarFun says that they have looked at thousands of ear types to make sure they fit well, and they do feel very snug and safe.

Noise Cancellation

EarFun Air comfort

The audio quality of a pair of earbuds is far more important than any other feature. The Earfun Air Pro has its own enticing set of audio characteristics, but many other brands also make big promises about what they can provide. The 10mm composite dynamic drivers and collaboration with Edifier to fine-tune the sound profile ensure a high-quality audio experience at a reasonable price.

To be clear, these are not headphones that will win any awards for sonic detail, clarity, or accuracy; rather, they are tuned (as the brand name might imply) to provide a ‘fun’ listening experience. What this implies is that the bass is not just present but also dominant, with a nice kick and surprising warmth. The highs are bright, the midrange is clear, and the earphones create a listenable amount of stereo separation.

The Bottom Line

The EarFun Air Pro 2 are excellent, inexpensive earbuds if you can find them on sale. You receive great noise cancellation (ANC) and ambient sound features for the price, and their sound quality and comfort are on par with many more expensive models. The Jabra Elite 3 ($79) is a great option for those looking for something more understated and fashionable at a comparable price point.

It has superior call quality and can be customised using a mobile app. And if you’re looking for the best wireless earbuds for less than $50, look no further than the regular EarFun Air, which provides a comparable experience but without ANC and ambient noise.

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