- Recommended for people like this
- Overview of Sudio E2
- Build quality
- Connection quality
- Active Noise Cancelling
- REW Frequency ResponseSound quality
- General comment
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- This review is written based on a "private purchase" or "product rented for a price".
- No remuneration or compensation, such as a manuscript fee, has been received for publishing this, and it is an honest evaluation based on measurement data from personal testing and personal opinion.
Recommended for people like this
- People who like well-balanced sound
- People who like natural textured sound
- People who want a powerful ANC model at a low price.
- People who like studio tuning
- People who value cost-effectiveness
- People who want compact earphones
- People who focus on dedicated apps
- High frequency sensitive
- People who value the feeling of being enveloped
Overview of Sudio E2
- Total Score: 9.1 / 10.0
- Package: 8.5 / 10.0
- Build quality: 8.5 / 10.0
- Fit: 7.5 / 10.0
- High range: 9.0 / 10.0
- Mid range: 9.5 / 10.0
- Low range: 9.5 / 10.0
- Less distortion: 8.0 / 10.0
- Communication quality: 9.5 / 10.0
- Active noise canceling: 9.0 /10.0
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- Continuous / maximum playback time: 6h / 24h
- Waterproof performance: IPX5
- Supported codecs: AAC / SBC
The EarFun Air Pro SV package meets the price standard.
- EarFun Air Pro SV
- Charging case
- USB Type-C cable
- Eartips (3 sizes)
The build quality of the EarFun Air Pro SV is well worth the price.
Surprisingly, larger earpieces can be used; the Spinfit CP100 in size L could be fitted and stored.
The fit is good, but a little unstable.
I tested it by connecting it to a Cayin N6II/E02 with AAC.
I don't know because I haven't been in crowds, but it is stable in the home. Distance tolerance is excellent, and the connection is seamless and intact even at a distance of about 5 meters. The sound did not break up across the obstruction, and I was able to listen to music consistently afterwards.
There may be a small amount of background noise, but most people probably won't notice it.
|Power ON||Open the charging case lid|
|Power OFF||Store the earphones in the charging case and close the lid.|
|Pairing||Press and hold the multi-function button on both earphones simultaneously for 3 seconds|
|Play song||Tap multifunction button twice|
|Stop playback||Tap multifunction button twice|
|Song forward||Tap the multifunction button on the right ear three times|
|Volume +||Tap the multifunction button on the right ear once|
|Volume -||Tap the multifunction button on the left ear once|
|Answer a call||Tap the multi-function button twice|
|End call||Tap the multi-function button twice|
|Reject call||Press and hold the multi-function button for 2 seconds|
|Voice assistant activation||Press and hold the multifunction button on the right ear for 2 seconds|
|Low latency mode ON/OFF||Tap multifunction button on left ear 3 times|
|Switch between ANC mode and transparent mode||Press and hold the multifunction button on the left ear for 2 seconds|
Active Noise Cancelling
I will leave the details to the paid article, but the ANC performance of the EarFun Air Pro SV is at a very good level for its price range. Overall, it provides well-balanced noise reduction. Performance is generally on par with the EarFun Air Pro 2.
REW Frequency ResponseSound quality
Sound quality description
The following review was tested on a FiiO M15 with an SBC connection.
The EarFun Air Pro SV is tuned closer to neutral, in the tradition of the EarFun Air series, and is slightly more midrange or lower midrange than the EarFun Air Pro 2, with less high frequency stimulation and a little less clarity. The result is that it is lacking. Frankly speaking, I prefer the Air Pro 2.
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Sound quality general comment
The EarFun Air Pro SV has a neutral sound balance and not bad audio specs, and is not a bad choice in its price range, but it falls a bit short compared to the EarFun Air Pro 2.
Sound quality features
- Almost perfect studio-tuned neutral sound
- Deep low frequency range
- Natural texture
- Consistent sound image
- Rich resonance and sense of envelopment
- Mild highs
- Possibly the bass head needs a little more volume in the low frequency range.
- Lacks micro-detail
- Total deterioration Air Pro 2
The EarFun Air Pro SV has a neutral sound that continues the tradition of the EarFun Air series. It is the first to support the app, but the app itself is not perfect. In terms of sound quality and functionality, it is almost the same or slightly degraded from the Air Pro 2, and if anything, the Air Pro 2 is more highly recommended.