Amazon Echo Buds are Amazon’s first take in creating a wireless headphone. It did not quite arrive alone, and rather brought in a procession of its extended Amazon Echo family. Amazon Echo Frames and Amazon Echo Loop smart rings arrived along with it.
Amazon Echo ear-buds have proven to be a top-notch quality wireless earphones with an always-listening easy Alexa integrated into it, along with a wide array of touch controls. It also includes Bose Active Noise Reduction, stunning bass, and a pass-through technology.
And in spite of these amazing features, they sell for only $129.99! They even surpass the AirPods when it comes to its features, which cost around $159. Even during the Amazon Echo Buds launch program, Amazon pin-pointed the list of features that AirPods possessed, and how Amazon Echo Buds surpassed them.
Although, it did not call the product out. Sweet!
Customers have confessed that the quality earbuds are something they could ditch AirPods for, which is a huge milestone for Amazon. The main drawback of AirPods is that it lacks Siri, while Amazon Echo Buds have in-built always listening easy access Alexa.
Amazon surely went through a lot of pains to ensure that Amazon Echo Buds successfully manage to fit into the wides of earholes. The buds are included with three sizes of silicone ear tips and ear fins, know as ‘wingtips’.
Amazon even has an ear fit size test, which is a tool inside the settings menu of Amazon Alexa app where you can determine the right size of ear tip, and surprisingly works pretty well!
Connections dropouts have always been a major problem when it comes to truly wireless earphones. The Amazon Echo Buds have proved themselves to be stubborn, as they ceaselessly stay connected to iOS or Android devices through Bluetooth.
An interesting feature is the Echo Buds’ pause feature. If you put both of those buds in and pull one out, the song automatically pauses. Put them back and in and your tunes are back again. Smooth, eh?
The Active Noise Cancellation that Bose usually uses in its flagship headphones has proved to be Amazon Echo Buds’ highlight. Turning them on has canceled even the loudest of ludicrous noises — from a refrigerator’s compressor to the engine of an airplane.
The violet noise just disappears in a split second. Truly wireless earphones and truly noiseless as well, it’s a combination you just can’t go wrong with.
And the factor that decides whether a truly wireless earphone goes into your wishlist or not- is its sound quality. A truly wireless earphone can have all the touch controls of the world, the best bass, and noise cancellation, but are they really worth it if they don’t have the main feature — a superior sound quality?
Nope, no, nada. But we’re happy to announce that Amazon Echo Buds’ fanbase has always skyrocketed, since its launch, thanks to its sound quality. The sound is rich, full, and satisfying. And what’s more, they beat Apple’s AirPods, even at a hundred dollars less. Checkmate!
Provided that your Amazon Alexa app is running in the background of your iOS or Android device, you can simply say your wake word to wake Alexa up.
The Amazon Echo Buds have three mic array on either side that can catch your lowest whispers and recognize when you’re speaking. Even when you’re huffing and puffing on an elliptical trainer, Alexa is always listening.
The Amazon Echo Buds come equipped with touch control — and all you need is to tap twice tops. The Alexa app gives you the ability to assign different functions to each earbud, and all you have to do is either double-tap or long-press.
A double-tap or a long press can answer your calls, or even hang up the phone. Anything you want is just a tap away — provided that you really need it. Technically, all is just a voice command away! And what’s the use of a truly wireless earphone if they don’t think your voice is your command anyway?
At just $129, Amazon Echo Buds are like the riches selling at a price of rags. It offers premium features, surpasses all its competitors and you don’t have to sell your Tommy Hilfiger watch to get Apple’s AirPods anymore. eBecause guess what, you just stumbled upon something better.