AMAZING Open Ear True Wireless Earbuds! soundcore AeroFit & AeroFit Pro Review! | Raymond Strazdas

What is up my friends! It’s Ray back here and today, we’re going to be taking a look at the freshly announced soundcore AeroFit and AeroFit Pro open-ear true wireless earbuds! Open-ear headphones have been incredibly popular over the past year or so and now soundcore is throwing its name into the mix with 2 new pairs of buds that aim to land on your ears. Both the AeroFit and AeroFit Pro are a lot more alike than they are different however, to no surprise, you will get more of pretty much everything out of the Pro model. With that

said, let’s unbox these things, compare them, talk about the cons and decide which pair is right for you! Alright, so let’s kick things off with the standard AeroFit. In the box, you’ll find the buds themselves, some documentation along with a quick start guide and a USB-C charging cable. The charging case of the AeroFit is smaller than I expected them to be and the buds are extremely light. The overall package here is really nice and well made. Next, the AeroFit Pro. In the box with these, you’ll find a quick start guide, the buds themselves, a detachable

neckband, some documentation and a USB-C charging cable. The charging case of the AeroFit Pro is much larger but it does have a neat

button that pops open the case that the standard model doesn’t have. The buds themselves are also a little bit larger due to the bigger drivers inside. What’s cool about the Pro is that you can hook them together with the included detachable headband. The headband is rock solid and the buds stay on securely. This makes the Pro the better option for those into more demanding physical activities. For a little side by side comparison,

the charging case of the AeroFit Pro is a lot bigger than the standard AeroFit. This is a good visual because you get a little bit more of everything out of the Pro – including battery life. You’ll get 14 hours of playtime out of the buds and 46 hours total with the case. That’s compared to 11 hours out of the buds and 42 hours total for the standard model. Some other differences between the two is that the standard AeroFit uses touch controls whereas the Pro has a physical button and the standard AeroFit surprisingly has better water

resistance than the Pro. The standard has IPX7 and the Pro has IPX5. Despite the size difference, both buds are equally as comfortable. Both models are incredibly lightweight and very comfy to wear for long periods of time. These buds hook securely onto your ears making them great for everything from working out to general everyday life. If you wear glasses, you will likely have to remove those before putting these on but other than that, these are a one size fits all kind of thing. No need to find the right sized eartips or anything like that. Comfort is

an area where the AeroFit shine very bright! When it comes to sound quality, both the AeroFit and AeroFit Pro sound surprisingly good for open-ear headphones. The stereo image is wide with very good clarity and detail. I was actually taken back by how good both of these sound. I’ve never used a pair of open-ear earbuds that sound this good. With buds like these though, you do have to set your expectations accordingly, especially if you’re only familiar with using in-ear earbuds. Open-ear headphones rest on your ears so technically they just put little speakers close to your ears,

which means by default they’re going to lack in bass, and that’s still a problem for these guys. The Pro do a better job with bass over the regular model but don’t expect them to thump like in-ear earbuds do. The Pro also get a bit louder and have more detail thanks to the bigger drivers inside. As with all soundcore headphones, both the AeroFit and AeroFit Pro work seamlessly with the amazing soundcore app so you can personalize the sound quality to your liking. You can tweak it with a number of pre-made presets, setup a custom equalizer and

so much more. I’ve reviewed many of soundcore’s headphones over the years and I’m consistently reminded of how amazing and well thought out this app is. Sound quality aside, another highlight feature of the AeroFit, AeroFit Pro and open-ear headphones in general is the natural transparency that they offer. This is so much better than any digital transparency mode out there. You can still be alert and aware of your surroundings while listening to your favorite tunes. Full awareness is the big appeal of open-ear headphones and the AeroFit do an awesome job at it. Another area where both models

shine is in call quality. I found both of these buds to be excellent for taking and making calls. That unmatched natural transparency paired with the excellent built-in microphones make them an incredible option for those who are always on calls. And lastly, let’s talk sone cons. Open-ear headphones aren’t going to be for everyone and as good as both of these headphones are, they aren’t perfect. The first con, would be the controls. Both of these headphones have limited on-ear control options. Maybe this has to do with water resistance but compared to most earbuds out there, there aren’t

a lot of ways to control these from the ear. The next con is me nitpicking the Pro model. I do wish that the larger charging case was able to store the included neckband. It would be so much easier carrying around 1 thing instead of 2. And the last con is that, both of these headphones are so close in price. It’s good to have options but I personally would have priced the standard AeroFit a bit lower so they weren’t so close to the Pro. It makes deciding between the two, pretty difficult. To start closing this review

out, both the AeroFit and AeroFit Pro are solid open-ear earbuds that have surprisingly good sound quality and do an awesome job producing natural transparency to keep you connected to the world around you. Not to mention, they’re both incredibly lightweight, super comfortable to wear for long periods of time and have solid battery life. For those that don’t like having earbuds in their ears, open-ear earbuds like the AeroFit and AeroFit Pro are fantastic options. However, if you’re considering these buds, I would say spring for the Pro. Nothing against the regular model, it’s just the difference in price

isn’t that big and you get a little bit more of pretty much everything – except for water resistance. As is the case with most tech nowadays, Pro’s the way to go! So that’s about all I got for this video my friends! I hope you enjoyed it and found out helpful. If you did and you liked what you saw, you know the drill, be sure to give it a thumbs up and hit that subscribe button because it always helps out the channel. Also, don’t forget to follow @raystrazdas on Twitter or X, or whatever we call it

this week, and Instagram for so much more! Until the next one, I will catch you guys later. Peace!

%d bloggers like this: