Review on Realme Buds Q2 (ANC)
- Active noise cancellation for immersive sound
- Transparency mode for hearing and connecting with the world around you
- Three sizes of soft, tapered silicone tips for a customizable fit
- Sweat and water resistant
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The budget true wireless earbuds dominate the sub-5k market. Almost every OEM now offers a pair of TWS earbuds with promising features to lure smartphone buyers. While the audio performance may not be audiophile grade, the aggressive price of these budget TWS earbuds makes them a good choice for consumers looking for a pair of wireless earphones/headphones for regular use.
Average microphone response Sound signature is not for avid audiophiles Build quality could have been better
Realme is quite active in the budget space for TWS earbuds. The brand’s latest true wireless earbuds offer active noise cancellation (ANC), Type-C charging port and long battery life. Priced at just Rs. 2,499, the Buds Q2 takes on the OnePlus Buds, Oppo Enco W11 and Redmi Earbuds S in the budget TWS space. Should You Consider Buying These Aggressively Priced TWS Earbuds? Let’s take a look at the Realme Buds Q2 review.
Design and comfort
Not much has changed in terms of appearance and wearing experience. The Buds Q2 looks identical to their predecessor and feels equally comfortable in the ears. You can wear these earbuds for hours without much discomfort. Each button weighs 4.5 g and the case containing the buttons has a total weight of 45 g. Keeping these earbuds clean is a task as the plastic material is dust and fingerprint magnet. The earbuds are IPX5 certified, a welcome upgrade from the predecessor’s IPX4 rating. The IPX5 ensures that these earplugs are splash, rain and sweat resistant.
The small, boulder-shaped charging dock has a matte finish and now comes with a Type-C charging port, which is a welcome change. The build quality is decent, but not really impressive. The Buds Q2 are available in two colors, Active Black and Calm Grey. Touch Control
Like the Realme Buds Q, the Buds Q2 offer touch controls that work as advertised. The buttons have a gradient pattern with which you can perform useful functions. Importantly, you can customize the touch controls in the realme Link app. By default, the earbuds support the following touch controls.
You can double tap to play/pause music and answer an incoming call. Tap three times to go to the next song. Press and hold one side to reject an incoming call. You can switch between ANC mode and transparency mode by holding down both sides of the buttons.
It’s worth noting that you can’t control the volume with the knobs, which is a bummer. There is no touch/tap combination to control the volume levels. Sound quality Sound quality
For its price, the Buds Q2 works quite well for casual listening. The budget earbuds are powered by 10mm bass boost drivers that produce loud and captivating audio. The sound produced is U-shaped and emphasizes the bass response more. You’d love the thump if you’re into bass-heavy audio delivery, especially with hip-hop and percussive electronic music genres. However, I would have preferred a slightly tighter bass response this time, as these are Realme’s second-generation Buds Q.
Moving on, the highs are decent and the vocals sounded clean too. You can also play around with some presets in the realme link companion app which helps to some extent. Enable the bright preset if you prefer to listen to vocal-heavy tracks. Interestingly, the budget TWS earbuds have the right imaging and I could easily spot different instruments playing in the complicated songs, for example Sol by Alef and Prisionera by Otilia.
Overall, if you are a casual listener, the captivating sound delivery provided by these budget earbuds will impress you. Will the ANC help? Let’s find out. How good is ANC? How good is ANC?
the ace feature- ANC on a budget is surprisingly good and strongly advocates buying these budget TWS earbuds. Sure, the tight in-ear fit helps, but the ANC itself is quite powerful at effectively reducing ambient noise. These budget earphones can easily suppress low-frequency sounds when streaming music, even at lower volume levels. Make sure to use these earbuds with the correct ear for better noise isolation tips passive noise reduction. Battery life and connectivity Battery life and connectivity
Depending on your usage pattern, one full charge can give you up up to four and a half hours of battery life on these earbuds. Enabling the ANC does affect battery life, but the overall difference isn’t devastating. The charging case adds three charging cycles to the earbuds. The Buds Q maintained a solid connection to the smart devices (Bluetooth 5.2) and didn’t bother us with connectivity issues. In terms of calling functionality, these budget buttons are well suited for voice calls; however, the microphone response could have been better.
The Realme Buds Q2 is a solid offering in the budget TWS earbud space. Aggressively priced at Rs. 2,499, these affordable earbuds get most things right. The in-ear fit is comfortable, ANC works quite well and the audio delivery is quite attractive for its price. The good battery life, Type-C charging port, IPX5-rated design and the comfort of the realme link app are some additional advantages. For the next iteration it would be good to see touch volume controls and a new design language for the Buds Q.
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