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Tribit FlyBuds C1 – mid-range True Wireless headphones in test

Wireless headphones have been on the market for a long time. Then, in recent years, the “True Wireless” headphones have become popular. This type of wireless headphones is available in really every price category. Tribit, a Chinese manufacturer of audio equipment, also has some in its portfolio. The FlyBuds C1 are in the upper price segment of the manufacturer, which generally puts them in the midfield. Around 90 Euros is quite a bit of money. In return, we get True Wireless headphones with IPX5 certification and a really good design. What else the headphones have up their sleeve, you can read in the test.

Technical data

Bluetooth version 5.2
Bluetooth profile ENC with CVC 8.0
Maximum operating range 10 m (without obstacle)
Battery capacity 60 mAh x 2 (headphones); 600 mAh (charging case)
Charge time 2 hrs. (for headphones); 2 hrs. (for charging case via USB-C)
Play Time Up to 12 hrs, 60 hours total with charging case; (varies depending on volume level and audio content)
Price € 69.99

Scope of delivery

The palm-sized box of the Tribit FlyBuds C1 hides quite a few things. In addition to a charging case that doubles as a carrying case, we find a USB-C charging cable and a bunch of interchangeable earbuds. With the earbuds, the headphones should thus actually fit in every ear and provide perfect comfort. Of course, a multilingual user manual is still included.

 

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Simon Lüthje

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Kabellose Kopfhörer gibt es schon lange auf dem Markt. In den letzten Jahren haben sich dann die „True Wireless“-Kopfhörer durchgesetzt. Diese Art von kabellosen Kopfhörern gibt es in wirklich jeder Preiskategorie. Auch Tribit, ein chinesischer Hersteller von Audiogeräten, hat welche im Portfolio. Die FlyBuds C1 ordnen sich im oberen Preissegment des Herstellers sein, im Allgemeinen … (Weiterlesen...)

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