字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Lou. I want something like Airpods, but I don't want to spend 150 162 $100. I actually get this question asked frequently. And so that's where this product comes in. We just received the new Apo and Co. Free and their true wireless ear buds. Of course, they look a lot like Airpods. I feel like we're in a situation now where it's a kind of ain't broke. Don't fix it mentality Where the airport have been so successful that it's impossible to imagine some other kind of form factor emerging. This is what people want. People want airpods. So have phones are gonna look like airpods. Now I have a couple of other ear buds on the table. Obviously, we have the classic Air Apostles. They're both airpods to these ones are just painted black. This is from a previous episode where we checked out the new galaxy buds. They fit in between from a price perspective, obviously around 130 bucks, something like that. But the's new N co freeze are gonna be the cheapest of the bunch on the table there, around 100 bucks. So I think that's a pretty substantial savings. And if you're in the market for something like this, I think it's worth paying attention to, and that's why we're here. What does it say for features here by Norrell? Simultaneous Bluetooth transmission Okay for wireless ultra dynamic speaker powered by a 13.4 millimeter ultra dynamic equipped with F P C Positioning System. Ah, I I up link noise cancellation during calls. So noise cancellation, but only during calls, not during music. And the coolest feature is slide and tap. So all the controls for the buds are gonna be right along the year but itself. I have intuitively myself with their pods, at times reached up to interact with him and then remembered, Oh, I can't do certain functions that I would with over the ear headphones, other models that I use, where you can tap the side and do things, turn the volume and so forth. These ones do that. That's pretty cool. This actually comes with flexible silicone tips as well, and battery life is five plus 20 hours, five hours and then 20 hours inside the case. Okay, so it's all it's all fairly promising at the moment, and I think $100 is a pretty nice price point. It's the upper end of what a person who is just sort of casually looking to improve their headphones. I think 100 bucks is kind of where some people draw the line, so to get it in under 100 I think will attract some people inside the package. Quick start, True Wireless Cool. This is the case, so it's a little bit bigger than Air Pots, but I don't think that's a huge deal for most people. That's still tremendously portable. Huge advantage for me right away, which is the fact that it charges over USB Type C. I don't believe it has wireless charging. Maybe Will can look into that for us. I doubt it at this price point. But of course, the airports did get the wireless charging, and the galaxy buds have the wireless charging. So if that's important to you, it doesn't have wireless charging. If that's important to, you, probably have to look at those ones. The package has ah pearlescent look to it. So the finish is actually different than it is on air pods. This is your standard air pod finish which, of course, is just this glossy white. This is a bit more Matt, so it should be maybe more resistant to micro scratches or finger prints. It's just got a pearlescent look to it. There's a single button on the side up, a logo on the front and led light. It's got what you need on it, open and close. I mean, it's all there fatter than the air pods as one airpods height to air pods. Yeah, I mean, here's a nice advantage over airpods interchangeable tips that fit onto the earbuds. So it's got a tiny little ear tip included. You know, this is kind of nice, not just for getting the right fit, but also for cleaning them. These things get nasty. You could pull that off, clean it very easily. So this is nice. This is already an improvement. Ah, lot of people tell me that they can't wear airpods because they don't fit in their ears. And then they had to buy some aftermarket accessory or they have to step up to the air pots pro or purchase something like the galaxy buds to get interchangeable tips. You get that over here and this is substantially cheaper. So that's definitely some points in this direction. Also, if you use them for physical activities, If you're jumping around running around, maybe we'll give him to Kirk for the test. He likes to shake his head around. The small is the only one with the integrated fit. By the time you step up to the medium, you can see it kind of lift off the structure a little bit, does not bug me and does not impact the charging they've accommodated for that extra bit right there. So that's no big deal. So I'm gonna put medium on both. No, you know, I'm not. I'm going to medium on one small. And what? I'm gonna actually compare the difference. How about we do that instead? Type C to a cable to charge him up. Now we gotta listen to him and see how they stack up. Now, of course, I've been using the galaxy s 20 ultra, so I'll be trying them out with this device, though they'll work on any device that supports the Bluetooth. You may have some extra integration if you use with an apple device. I'm not sure. All right. So first up the medium here. Tip the right ear, bud. Okay, Medium feels pretty good. Small. Your tip on the left ear, bud. All right, so the effect here, this feels more like a traditional air pod. I can hear my surroundings. There's less isolation, but it also feels like it could fall out easier. So it's it's halfway between. It's kind of the best of both. If you choose to leave the pre installed here tip, you have a very air pot in and out experience. If you want something more fitted, you put the bigger your tip on. And, of course, that will impact your sound a little bit to the greater the seal you make, the better the representation, especially in the low frequency. So maybe it's kind of a good idea for me to have one of each. When I go listen to some music here, let's just discover and see what happens here. I might say right now is discernible to me the right left year situations, so I'm just gonna get on with it and swap out this year. Tip, too, because the better seal is evident. I'm just getting a much fuller sound on the media Mere tip. It goes to show you how much of this ear, but experience it is. Ah has to do with just the fit getting the right fit. And how many people are walking around with a bad fit. It's a lot of people walking around in public. They got a bad ear, Bud fit, and they're not even using the full potential off the bud on. We go up to medium on this one as well. Okay, yeah, that's much better. Oh, by the way, I just triggered the play on there within a tapper Asswipe. Oh, so okay, so it's a tap to pause. Play works perfectly. How about if I swipe so swiping down goes forward and up goes back. It's very fast, and this is incredibly convenient. That touch pad. It's intuitive. It's like it's what you your brain intuitively wants to do that. We'll show him. Jack showed how quickly I swipe. It goes so fast. It's almost instant with my touch. Look, I'm go down here now. What happens on the left hand side? If I do the same thing, it's false gonna be volume. Oh, there's different colors. Okay, so you can get him in black. They just sent us the white ones. The air pod, The most air pod version. I would, of course, pick him up in black if it was up to me. I know a lot of people that really wanted Airpods, but I didn't like the price, went out and bought a variety of T. W s earphones earbuds that were out there on the market that were kind of replicas of air pods or def, or or even if they looked a little bit different. And the problem with a lot of those models was hard for me to ever truly recommend them because of the connection issues where you would have one year pairs up and then the other bud pairs to that year. So with the higher end earbuds, they would both instantly connect immediately, like galaxy buds or airpods. It looks like they've got similar tech in here with e simultaneous blue to transmission instead of pairing one year, but then to the next. The earliest fully wireless earbuds I ever tested on a channel were like that and I would have dropouts on one year because your head's in the middle and it's kind of connect across your you know what I'm saying? Well, and in my case, a lot of density. There some quick feedback on a sound. I think there is a little bit of a hit in sound quality in volume. They're not sounding to me quite at the level of these other two options. Yeah, they gotta sound good. I gotta sound better than wired ear buds. You're spending some money on them, but there's way better sounding headphones for 100 bucks. If you aren't in this for convenience, you get a set, plenty of sets of over your headphones and an adapter and get way better sound. So these Tamir convenience products first, and then the sound is it's also there, but it's further down the list. So I still think for this type of products in the realm of acceptability, probably worth the value associated with this price point for a lot of people and the convenience of the touch pad on the side. Now, apparently, they put a lot of effort into the phone call functionality and quality as well, as well as the noise canceling during a phone call. So I'm gonna do a quick test. I'ma call will. Real quick. Yo. Hey. Pretty good. I mean, they're gonna cut of the echo over there. I mean, there's not much low in, but it's pretty clear. Yeah, Yeah. All right. So I did mention earlier. We did. We do have to check this with Kirk's shake test because of the jumping Jackson or what not? And he gets himself into a most weekdays in the mornings. It's an apple juice, some oatmeal and then straight into the jumping jacks. So we're gonna give him a quick. That's it's the medium ear tips. I don't know what type of canals you're working with. Yeah, should be good. There he goes. Okay. Is that as rowdy is you get, though I feel like last time when you had the galaxy, but you were way more rugged. Give it up. Give it a shake. I know you don't care about Oh, there better. I think we may have found a thing I can recommend to people if they don't want to spend the apple premium or for whatever reason, they're not interested in the galaxy buds. Obviously, it's a lot like the galaxy buds this product. I would give the galaxy buds and edge in sound. But I give these ones and EJ and convenience because of these touch pads on the side, which are just really intuitive and natural to use, they just make a lot of sense. And then, of course, the price, right? These are 100 bucks around 100 bucks. I think it's ah, it could be a win. It could be a 2020 technology. Win the oppo, eh? NCO free true wireless earbuds. I'd probably just get him in black if it was for me.