In the world of technology, it seems that you always have to pay the price for quality. However, Tribit often finds a way to offer products that seem more expensive than they are.
An obvious example is the XFree Go headware, which costs less than $30 but with a sound quality that can be three or four times the size of a hat. But there are other factors that make its low price apparent.
This has been my experience with Tribit XFree Go.
Quality of construction and production
The design of the headphones is the level of certain hats in the ear by phone. They are very sturdy, though lightweight, and have each earbud and head tied with a cord with a pad that makes the XFree Go comfortable.
Personally I like that they are black (this color tends to make everything even more beautiful), and I don’t like the details about silver, because it’s small. Apart from the color, of course, its appearance indicates that its price is less than $30.
You won’t be sure of its style if you’re in love with the design (Apple fans, watch from a distance), but these headers have enough points to be able to leave their look behind.
While the plastic used does not help to make them more attractive, it will prevent irritating scratches that can easily appear on metal devices. In any case, you can protect them from the guilt that comes with being put in a box.
Features, battery and connectivity
XFree Go headphones allow you, as you may have thought, to listen to your favorite music or podcasts wherever you are. You can do this in two different ways: by using the AUX cable or by wireless thanks to the built-in Bluetooth.
The AUX cable is 1 meter, which makes it special to connect it to your own smartphone while on the road or on public transport or when you need to use them with your laptop. Instead, it will come briefly when you connect the protective helmets to your desktop computer.
If you are considering purchasing these cases, you may need a wireless headset. The pairing process is very simple and will not take long, even if you remember that the battery is charged or will not work.
You should be accustomed to pressing the power but ton for 5 seconds so that the headphones do not pair with the device you want. You can then use other buttons on the headphones (no touch controls) to control your music.
Therefore, the power button will restart the pause and restart the music. The button on your left is used to reduce the volume or to go to the next song, while the button to your left is used to increase the volume or to go to the previous song. Nothing special.
It is also possible to answer incoming calls with the power button. Good communication, heads include Qualcomm cVc microphone. Tribit also relies on Qualcomm for its 5.0 Bluetooth as it uses the Qualcomm QCC3003 chip.
Battery life has never disappointed me and I might as well use it on a sea voyage. My biggest regret is, I have had to give myself time to use them at home and travel around my area, but you can still charge them every three or four days for regular use.
Let’s get to the most important thing and where Tribit comes with a lot of lighting: sound. I find it very clear to say that the sound quality will not be for the producers or the producers of the music, but for everything else it is enough.
At Tribit they know what they’re doing and they’ve been able to make inexpensive headphones that deliver defined sound to almost every wave. It shines in the middle of the midtones and also reaches over the heights and hooves.
You will not have problems if you listen to music of all kinds: from classical music to electronic, to rock, pop and hip hop. Obviously, you won’t get the results of the device you have subwoofer.
Price and availability
Tribit XFree Go headers are currently available at Amazon for only $29.99, certainly one for rope protection helmets rather the market price (especially the sound quality you get).
It has been repeated in all of this review that the Tribit XFree Go has huge advantages, especially considering their price. Less than the $30 they charge seems to be amusing with the sound quality they offer.
You will not find here the right audio for music artists, and you will not win any prize for its design, but it does give its users the basic features we ask for wireless headphones: battery and buttons so you don’t have to depend on the device we connect.
List of descriptive items
- Typology: Circular or ear headlines more
- Battery life: 24 hours
- Conexiones: microUSB / Bluetooth 5.0
- Audio Cancellation: No.
- Head size: 40mm
- Weight: 225g
- Colors: Blac