Best True Wireless Earbuds Under $50

Best True Wireless Earbuds Under $50

We've put together a new top 2020 of the best true wireless stereo headphones unde $50 for you to choose from. We start from Aukey EP-T21, the most performant budget TWS earphones that has been the go-to for many of us for quality of user experience and reliability.

We've compiled a List of Best True Wireless Headphones under $50

​Audeze, one of the most prestigious brands of high-end hi-fi headphones, dived in March 2018 into the gaming industry with a new top-tier gaming headset for high-caliber players. The event was of enormous surprise and truly intriguing; Not only because of the blending of an elitist brand like Audeze with the medium of gaming, but also for the expectations which had arisen by the upcoming of an alluring pair of gaming headsets and the unreal promises they’ve made.

Ergonomics

It doesn’t take long to realize the majesty of Audeze Mobius sound once donning them on your ears. As one of the best gaming headset, the audio quality is the second most intriguing aspect after the immersive soundscape generated by the planar magnetic drivers and Waves Nx technology for 3D audio immersiveness.

Not only does the 100mm planar magnetic drivers emulate the most authentic immersive cinematic experiences, they also achieve an admirable level of precision and responsiveness. The complexity of the captivating, imacculate surround sound with the dramatic and vivid sounds filled with details make it almost impossible to take them off your head. The experience is truly addictive.

Aukey EP-T21

Best True Wireless Headphones under $50

Why we like it:

Aukey includes a large array of electronic products from car accessories, wireless chargers, power banks and even audio products. The EP-T21 is the brand’s budget true wireless in-ears. The headphones reveal themselves as sleek, modern-looking and quite compact.

The black earphones have a comparable look to Apple’s AirPods – unfortunately they aren’t nearly as powerful. The Aukey EP-T21 are enjoyable to wear since they provide a snug fit inside your ears. The sound is also particularly impressive for a true wireless in this price category. It got a pleasant bass, Bluetooth 5.0 technology that helps with the music rendering, however the sound reproduction isn’t the most accurate.

With a battery life of 5 hours and a good latency of communication, the earphones proved themselves to be reliable. Moreover, the carrying case which you can use to carry the headphones have the function to recharge the battery, the charging case also serves as a battery reserve packing another 20 hours of life, thus a total of 25 hours. On the positive elements, the Auckey has a decent resistance against water (IPX4), which assures us of its usage in the gym.

Verdict

In the end, we have to remember that the Auckey wireless in-ears EP-T21 only cost a fraction of what a high-quality true-wireless earphones would cost. With these, you get the most cost-effective true wireless headphones.

Key Features

  • Extremely complex and versatile
  • Accurate 3D audio imaging
  • Resourceful sound spectrum with excellent bass and crystal clear sound
  • Fairly precise detatchable microphone

Alternatives:
SoundPEATS True Wireless Earbuds
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Skullcandy Sesh

TWS Headphones with Good BASS

Why we like it:

The Skullcandy Sesh’s are certainly not revolutionary true wireless in-ears, they hold the smalles battery life on the list with only 3 hours of music in a charge, but they have the merit of delivering great sound for the price.

It got a resilient build, we can thus happily say that the manufacturing quality is good.  They sport a bulkier construction than the other wireless headphones we’ve previously reviewed, though the comfort is entailed – each earpiece weighs 11 grams and fit snugly inside your ears for hours.

After listening for a while to the Sesh, the sound revealed to be extraordinarily good, the presence of the basses didn’t fail to please us, the treble and vocals are slightly masked though is not noticeable, overall the sound feels round and slightly particularly clear. The strong foundation doesn’t have an unpleasant effect over the rest of the spectrum as we expected judging by Skullcandy’s popular sound signature.

The small autonomy of the Sesh is a major downfall that you’ll face if you prefer to listen to music continiously. Nonetheless, the other 7 hours packed within the recharging case comes in handy.

Verdict

All in all, the Skullcandy Sesh comes with many pleasant news such as the beautiful and lively sound rich in basses, the modern convenience of having a virtual assistant and hands free microphone, and the good sound reproduction at high volume due to low harmonic distortion. On the other hand, it also came with a few minor shortcomings and even though that’s natural in this price range we would have preferred a bigger battery life and more intuitive controls.

Key Features

  • Extremely complex and versatile
  • Accurate 3D audio imaging
  • Resourceful sound spectrum with excellent bass and crystal clear sound
  • Fairly precise detatchable microphone

Alternatives:

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Xiaomi Mi AirDots

Cheap True Wireless Stereo Headphones

Why we like it:

The Chinese brand Xiaomi released in April 2019 what many believe to be the cheapest best true wireless earbuds. The Redmi AirDots are priced less below the $50 mark which makes the earbuds some of the most affordable on the market. The battery is rather low with only 3 hours and 30 minutes of life, however the company didn’t compromise on sound quality.

The music through the Redmi AirDots is decent, nothing praiseworthy but also nothing to complain about. It delivers a sound reproduction that highly emphasizes on bass and treble, thus the common sharp V-shaped sound signature is displayed that often .

The true wireless earbuds do have the merit of including Bluetooth 5.0 technology which ensures a good wireless experience in terms of communication, latency, speed and connection. The autonomy and the charging case are found on the lower side of the scale, with the former measuring 4 hours in a charge, while the latter packing only 12 hours of battery life – clearly not as much as Auckey’s EP-T21, though on the plus side the earbuds have a „Smart Energy” feature that turns the headphones off after 5 minutes of inactivity.

Verdict

They’re by far the most simple earbuds we’ve seen to date, the assembly made of plastic doesn’t indicate the best quality, though the finishes gives the impression of a well put together product.

In the end, we’re not too impressed by the quality of the Redmi Airdots, but let’s not forget that thse are low-end true wireless earbuds and you don’t usually see a decent product offered for anything between $20 and $30.

Key Features

  • Extremely complex and versatile
  • Accurate 3D audio imaging
  • Resourceful sound spectrum with excellent bass and crystal clear sound
  • Fairly precise detatchable microphone

Alternatives:

Upgrade:
Xiaomi Haylou GT1
Budget Version:
Sony MDR-1000X

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