FYI, There is a 50% off coupon on Amazon for the true wireless ones making it $25 which is about the same price as just buying it on Meh if you don’t have free shipping. Plus you have the option to return it.
@teddycyclops And the one review is five stars! And in German! No idea what this means!
Ich bin ein absoluter Bass Liebhaber und bin daher mit diesen Kopfhörern sehr zufrieden. Für alle die Bässe nicht so mögen oder nicht so ausgeprägt sollten definitiv zu anderen Kopfhörern greifen. Haptik ist gut und die Kopfhörer sitzen gut in meinen Ohren.
I am an absolute bass lover and am therefore very satisfied with these headphones. For those who don’t like bass that much or not so pronounced, you should definitely use other headphones. The feel is good and the headphones sit well in my ears.
@kevbo9000 Same here. Got mine yesterday, tried to charge them and got the 5 red blinking lights. Took them off and put them back on the charger for at least 3 seconds, about 7 times total. Then they started charging. Both pairs I ordered needed this.
@kevbo9000 thank you. i was about to ragequit on this product 15mins after opening it yesterday. after 7 or 8 lifts and resets they started charging. What a crap design! But now that I know theres a workaround, hopefully not a big deal.
@kevbo9000 came here to post this same link. Thanks for sharing. This happened to me too. 5 quick red flashes means they can’t charge. 2 quick red flashes followed by slow “breathing” glow means charging. Took 10-15 attempts before it would charge for me.
Jesus the support for these is trash… If anyone is having problems with the true wireless buds, I can solve two of them so far.
Since I’m sure this is why these are on meh, hopefully these don’t just did entirely stop working in a few weeks. The fact that the battery problem happens suggest their rechargeable batteries are already very bad (falling below charging voltage).
Problem 1- earbud doesn’t turn on, flashes red when put in case but doesn’t charge. (as someone else already posted I’m just restating this one) the battery is too low to charge so you have to try to “jump” start it by putting it into the case, wait a few seconds (until the case lights turn off) then take it out and put back in again. Each time the charger will feed it current for a few seconds then give up, eventually it will have enough to keep going.
Problem 2- cannot pair both earbud simultaneously. This was super annoying. To fix this problem I figured out there’s a full reset of the buds… Forget the buds on your Bluetooth so they don’t try to reconnect. Now for each bud do this:
turn off (hold button for 5 seconds) and see the quick red light flash
reset by holding the button for about ten to twenty seconds. The light will go through these phases: solid white, red/white flashing (pair mode), white flashing, red flashing, off
After they’re both reset and off, turn on the right earbud only (hold 3sec until the white light turns on, release before the red/white flashing pair mode).
The light should flash quickly white.
Turn on the left one now, again don’t go into pair mode. This one should start flashing white quickly too.
Wait a few seconds, they will connect to each other. When that happens the right earbud will switch to pair mode (red/white flash), the left will continue to flash white but at about half the rate. That indicates they are linked.
Finally, connect your Bluetooth.
Also, in case they sell these again and anyone checks back here for reviews/information… The description meh has up is STILL WRONG - the true wireless earbuds are NOT IPX7. They’re clearly labeled IPX5 on the packaging. Really sucks because I have plenty of IPX5 headphones and they don’t last with how much I sweat that was a huge part of why I bought them.
Additionally, they don’t show what these come with - they come with a USB cable of course, and some rubber adapter things of two types
the typical ear-hole sealing dome shaped rubber things (so these earbuds don’t let sound leak in very well, not great for running if you want to be aware of surroundings)
an extra set of the little wing things. these are identical for me, so I don’t know why they included a second set since they’re not different sizes. And I wish they DID include different sizes.
These are stable when worn with the right ear-hole size rubber things, because that kinda holds it up to your ear and the wing keeps it from twisting its way out. I tried to use the smaller ear-hole ones on purpose to let sound through, this lead to them falling out… Especially when looking down, like when you’re looking at your phone. Or…other things. Suffice to say one of them missed the toilet by a few inches.
@ztirffritz Nope. Tried multiple devices, tried too many times to count, followed instructions, tried manually, enlisted my 8yr old and teenagers for help. They said “Sorry mom, you got ripped off. Get Raycon like us.” First dud I ever got from MEH.
@jfalciano@username I did manage to get these to turn on an pair finally. It turns out that the battery in the earbuds is likely too discharged to register. Connecting the earbuds repeatedly causes them to take a tiny charge until eventually they have enough charge to register and begin proper charging.