TOZO T6 True Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth 5.3 Headphones Touch Control with Wireless Charging Case IPX8 Waterproof Stereo Earphones in-Ear Built-in…
- [Smart Touch Control] Specific touch control function makes it more convenient, tap once to play/pause music and answer calls, double tap to skip forward/backward, hold to adjust the volume. You can easily control it without operating the phone.
- [Bluetooth 5.3] Adopt the advanced Bluetooth 5.3 technology. TOZO T6 support HSP, HFP, A2DP, AVRCP, which greatly improve the transmission speed and providing you with a low-latency listening experience.
- [One Step Pairing] Pick up 2 headsets from charging case and they will connect each other automatically, then only one step easily enter mobile phone Bluetooth setting to pair the earbuds.
- [IPX8 Waterproof] Earbuds and charging case inner Nano-coating makes it possible to waterproof for 1 meters deep for 30 minutes. It is suitable for sports to prevent water. Ideal for sweating it out at the gym . Earbuds and case even can be washed by water and soap.
- [Charge on the Go] Playtime lasts for over 10 hours from single charge and total 45 hours with charging case. Enjoy fast charging, to fully charge the rechargerable case only 55 minutes via cable or less than 2 hours via wireless charger. Providing convenient charging way with no strings attached.
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TOZO T6 True Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth 5.3 Headphones Touch Control with Wireless Charging Case IPX8 Waterproof Stereo Earphones in-Ear Built-in…
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8 reviews for TOZO T6 True Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth 5.3 Headphones Touch Control with Wireless Charging Case IPX8 Waterproof Stereo Earphones in-Ear Built-in…
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TLDR (full review below):
Update the firmware if things are oddly bad, it helped a lot for me, raised all scores, 3 star to 4 star
Good sounding earbuds, especially at the $40 sale price point. They sometimes miss on details from complex songs and will leave some people hanging in terms of bass level, but shine in vocal performance, especially for refined content like TV shows or podcasts.
Epic Music = 4/5
Jazz = 4/5
Electronic = 4/5
Choral (and podcasts) = 4.5/5
Rock = 3.5/5
YouTube/Twitch = 4/5
Netflix/Hulu/etc = 4.5/5
Controls = 4/5
Comfort = 3.5/5
To start off, the unboxing experience is fine, there is nothing wrong right off the bat. The earbuds are easy to pair and fit nicely in my ears with the default eartips. They are not too heavy at first impression and are adjustable to a pretty comfortable spot. Not having a wire resting on my hair and neck also feels nice. So far so good.
When I initially started working with these earbuds, I was pretty disappointed. There were a lot of issues with some mid and high sounds, like violins, as well as problems with the bass. And I thought, ‘if there are problems on all parts of the spectrum, this is pretty disappointing…’ However, after looking into things a bit further, things were oddly inconsistent, so I decided to scour around on the internet a bit. I found on the Tozo website there was a firmware update APK, so I thought I would give it a try. Turns out it helped a massive amount. A lot of the confusing distortion went away and the mid and high sounds are much cleaner. The only comment I would make about this is it would be nice to have this firmware bundled with the earbuds themselves. And if that’s not a possibility, then make the APK more official seeming. Downloading that APK and installing it on my device from local storage does scare me a bit, as that is a much more insecure method. I would much rather see it come from the Play Store if possible.
Anyway, to the actual review. Starting off with film-score/epic music. Featuring albums like The Avengers/Pirates of the Caribbean film score or creators like Two Steps From Hell/Audiomachine. The earbuds handle the complex, layered audio of the genre decently well. I did find myself missing some fairly minor details in songs that I know are there, but nothing major was out of place or missing. A solid 4/5.
Moving to jazz music, the earbuds kick it up a bit. Featuring artists like Frank Sinatra, John Coltrane, Snarky Puppy, and Gordon Goodwin. The vocals start to shine more and the brass really pops, while not losing any of the drumline or too much bass. Delivered good quality for earbuds, with the only complaint being sometimes I missed the bass a bit much. Again, 4/5 overall.
Heading to electronic, the music is now from artists like The Glitch Mob, Daft Punk, Celldweller, and MitiS. The story is the same as both the above. The bass is sometimes missing from those crucial songs and sometimes details is lost in others. But here, the mid and high focus does more songs justice, so I’ll have to give them another 4/5.
Switching gears to choral music, I really had enjoyed the vocal profiles that these earbuds had showed in other genres, and that really shines here. The only complaint is missing my brothers in the basses sometimes. But a 4.5/5 nonetheless.
I finish off my music playlists with (classic) rock. Considering the problems in the past, I expect these earbuds to struggle a bit, and they do. Coming from artists like DragonForce, AC/DC, and Led Zeppelin, these are the songs I want to crank and get some punch. But the bass just doesn’t quite deliver like I’d want it to. If you’re more into the R&B, funk, soul, and other genres of «oldies», you’ll have a better time, but as it is, I give these a 3.5/5
Flipping the coin over to YouTube and Twitch, nothing in the earbuds really turned me away from a specific video or stream. Which is more than enough for me, especially if I’m going to be moving around, watching these on my phone. Easily a 4/5.
Finally, checking out Netflix, Hulu, and other content streaming services, things went perfectly fine. The more refined audio of these platforms definitely shows up over amateur content creators of YouTube and Twitch, and I never found myself wanting to move to my phone speakers or go through the trouble of moving my headphones. A nice 4.5/5.
Finally, there’s the control and comfort level. I read some people disliked the touch controls as it was very receptive when putting the earbuds in the ears. And this is true. However, its not something that’s too annoying for me, and handling them around the tips isn’t too hard to get adjusted to. The controls themselves are intuitive and only took me around an hour to get used to and take advantage of. I still prefer using my phone for volume level, but its the best that can be done with the limited interface. 4/5
As for comfort, I find these are a bit uncomfortable after prolonged usage (2.5+ hours), causing the outside of my eardrums to feel a bit sore. So that is slightly problematic as I am a computer worker, so I deal with a lot of listening time. But they have a redeeming side, which is laying down on my side to watch content in bed or on the couch is not horribly uncomfortable and actually tolerable for comfort and performance for shorter amounts of time, which is great for me, a side-sleeper. This gives them another 4/5.
So overall, I like the buds, and will have to see how I grow into them. A solid 4/5 pair overall, and would likely recommend if they are ever on sale for the $40 I got them at.
Let’s face it, if anyone is looking to buy a pair of in ear wireless headphones then opting for the Apple AirPods is where almost all of us would start looking. But with so many other options now on the market is there something that is able to do the job (or even a better job) for a fraction of the cost….we’ll, yes there is!
The Tozo T6 headphones are a great option for anyone looking for their first delve into wireless headphone territory.
Firstly the form factor is great, they don’t have the annoying stick down the side of the ear unlike Apple AirPods, these are confined to your actual ear, if you wear a scarf it means you won’t dislodge these, and with a true in ear seal, which is made even better with so many ear cup options they fit very snugly without being tight or uncomfortable. the case also mirrors the Apple style with magnets to hold them into place with a handy charge light on the case, the nicely clicking opening hinge further gives joy when opening the up, one minor gripe is that they can be a bit fiddly to get out, but I’ve always managed.
Functionality of these is also excellent, you can play, pause, skip, rewind, even turn volume up and down with only the touch to the headphones (something which is way ahead of the apple ones) They even speak back to you what option you’ve selected which is very helpful so you know if it’s understood what you’ve asked for.
Sound quality is excellent for a pair of wireless headphones, especially at the price point. The fact that they seal completely in your ear gives great passive noise cancellation, and although when playing some songs they can be a little soft in the mid and lacking in base, just tweaking Spotify’s EQ to bass boost gives a lovely rich warm sound which is excellent.
I can’t comment on battery life as yet, but other users seem impressed, and Tozo Claim 5 hours of music playback, which is far longer than my 1 hour commute so it’s fine for my (and probably most peoples) needs.
As seen on the photo they come with micro USB charging case and instructions, but are very easy to set up and pair straight from the box.
In summary these are an excellent pair of headphones from a sound, comfort, form factor and the all important, price point. Would definitely recommend them.
(And for those wondering, yes I do own a pair of Apple AirPods too…)
Amazon Customer –
These ear buds sound great, but I have just a couple of minor quibbles with them.
First they are held into the charging case magnetically, and believe me they won’t fall out…..but, it makes them very difficult to get out of the case. I usually have to slightly lick my fingers to get a good grip.
On my first use, on a plane ride down to Florida I was enjoying the great sounding ear buds when suddenly the music stopped. The right ear bud had fallen out! Fortunately we were in the next to last row so we let everyone behind us exit and the flight attendant found it for me. It was on the floor in the row behind us. Now I’m a little gun shy to use them on a plane without cupping my hand over that ear. Maybe my right ear is shaped oddly, or maybe it was a freak accident. It wouldn’t have been so bad if it hadn’t been the first time I had used them.
Thirdly, and I think this would apply to almost all brands of wireless earbuds, is they respond to taps to do various functions. Unfortunately everytime I try to seat them more firmly in my ear I raise/lower volume or skip songs, etc..
I really do love the sound, wireless feature, and the charging case, but wanted to warn someone to be careful if you’re in a crowded area to make sure they are seated firmly in your ears. And yes, I realize there are different sized things for the ear, but I was using the one that fit the best.
Just another note, this charges with a micro USB cable, not the newer C connector, but it comes with a short cable for charging.
03.03.2021 in Ergänzung zur Rezension:
Da diese Rezension nicht gut ausgefallen ist, werde ich nun in unregelmäßigen Abständen vom Anbieter aufgefordert, meine Rezension zu entfernen, wofür man mir als Gegenleistung Geld in Form einer Geschenkkarte oder ein anderes, neues Modell Kopfhörer anbietet. Da ich darauf nicht reagiert habe, stalkt man mich förmlich mit immer wiederkehrenden Emails und solchen Angeboten. Ich halte das für unseriös. Möge jeder selbst entscheiden, was davon zu halten ist.
Nun die eigentliche Rezension:
Das Design und die Anmutung der Ohrhörer sind prima, ebenso der Sound. Auch der Sitz ist bequem und dennoch fest.
Problematisch allerdings: der rechte Ohrhörer zeigte im Betrieb ein permanentes Knacken, was den Musikgenuß zunichte machte. Daher kann leider in keiner der Kategorien «Komfort», «Ton» oder «Preis-Leistung» mehr als ein Stern vergeben werden — dieses Knacken beeinflußt alles nachhaltig.
Hinzu kam eine ausgesprochen sensible Touch-Steuerung, an deren Rhythmus man sich quasi nicht gewöhnen konnte. Negativer Höhepunkt war dabei das Auslösen eines Notrufs an die 112 über das Smartphone, als die Touch-Bedienung der Ohrhörer mal wieder ganz eigenwillig reagierte.
Brandon N –
Really nice product. I couldnt justify spending £150+ on apple airpods when these looked so appealing especially the price! The reviews on amazon were all very positive so i thought i would give them a try. I havnt been left disappointed… this product in my eyes is just as good as any other on the market. They fit perfectly and come with alternative ear sizing pieces where you can change them to whatever suits your ear for comfort. Really happy… going to buy another pair for my partner.
Kieran Roberts –
Had my fair share of issues with these, and noticed that the reviews are mostly very good. What they don’t tell you is that the company is offering free items in exchange for five star reviews. Anyway, the touch functionality to change song or volume is awful, it’s very temperamental and the slightest bit of sweat will cause it to stop working altogether or randomly cause the volume to go up or down. The sound quality is very tinny, and never sounds equal from both buds. For the life of me I can’t get them to stay in either, tried every set of ear tip, but you cannot wear them for sport which is how they are marketed. So don’t think these will help you on your run/jog.
I’ve used wireless earbuds for a while, and I’m generally a fan of my B&O E8 2.0s. However, I have been shopping around for a while for new earbuds to use as a backup for a few reasons:
— The leather case on the B&Os feels premium, but it’s not exactly practical for the gym
— Connectivity on the B&O is not perfect when on the move, especially when your phone is close to your body
Being broadly satisfied with TOZO products (love their screen protectors for my Samsung Note 9), I decided to give these wireless earbuds a chance. They came promptly. The box has a real premium feel, and the earbuds are nicely packed inside, with the standard plastic protection you would expect from a premium product. Algotether, the presentation feels more Apple-y than I was expecting (which is a really good thing!).
Taking the wrapper off of the case, it’s very similar in size, shape & design to the Airpod case (which was the obvious inspiration). I was a little disappointed — but not surprised — to see a Micro-USB port on the bottom instead of a USB-C port; however, wireless charging works as advertised. The case shape is also nice because it’s not as thick as the «losenge» case of the E8s — it’s much easier to slip into a pocket.
When you take the buds out of the case for the first time, they immediately drop into pairing mode, and I was paired and running in less than 30 seconds. My phone reports they prefer to stream in AAC, which is kind of what you would expect for buds in this price range.
In terms of signal strength and stability of connection, these blow the B&Os completely out of the water. With the B&Os, if I had my phone in the back left pocket, the signal would drop the moment I moved to a noisy environment. With the TOZO pair, the connection stays solid and reliable.
In terms of audio quality, I’m no audiophile but the TOZOs are clearly more bass-heavy than my E8s — this actually makes them nicer for pop and mainstream music in certain scenarios. I’ve also taken a few calls on these and my voice has come through without much issue (which is actually an improvement on the E8s, which aren’t known for their microphone quality).
All told, these are good «starter» earbuds, and also a good companion for someone who may have a much pricier set which they don’t want to take to the gym / in the rain. They are excellent value for the price.
August 30, 2022 — things are still great and I just want to say despite getting other earbuds that do sound good such as the Soundpeats TrueAir 2’s (semi in-ear buds) and two different pair of Lavabean earbuds that while bulky (they both have GREAT battery life, hence why they are big … for the battery) that have a GREAT sound stage, but not as much «umph» to the overall sound as these T6’s (I love both … the Lavabeans and these T6’s .. dont get me wrong) with the same V-shaped EQ I always apply … overall these maybe my favorites … Sure I have a pair of higher end Earfun buds that sound great, but there is something about the overall package (sound quality, battery, price … esp on lightning deals that are far cheaper then those Earfuns) that I love about the T6’s … i go back and forth listening to different buds and when coming back to these T6’s I am blown away by the sound … there is even a good thump to the bass WHEN APPROPRIATE but it’s clean and not «over the top» to my ears.
I’d love to try (I DO have two pairs of TOZO NC2s which i love too) other TOZO models but i’d be questioning «should i just get a backup pair of T6s?» when considering the others.
Do I even have to say that I still totally recommend these at this point?
May 2, 2022 Update: things are still great … no issues that, cleaning smunges and dirt/dust off the pin/where the pins connect, doesn’t fix.
I have been using my new Jlab Go Air Pop nightly instead of these and OVERALL I think the default tips make those feel better then the T6’s … doing an «A-vs-B’ comparision wondering if the T6’s really do sound better than the Go Air Pops … YEAH… .The NC2’s sound better than the T6’s but the T6’s definitly have a more «rich» sound than the Jlab Go Air Pop’s (Jlab SIgnature EQ) I bought this past month. I already bought a pair of the T6’s when they hit a super low ($4 lower than normal) lightning sale for a gift for someone
April 1 2022 Update: after seeing the T6’s $2.50 or so cheaper than the TYPICAL lightning deal, and in no time at all «80% claimed» i bought a second pair (still not sure if a gift for someone or a backup pair for myself) but despite liking the NC2’s i STILL like the T6’s as well … I’d be interested in trying some of TOZO’s other offerings.
My only issue (and i admit i am waiting to hear back from TOZO support as i type this) is the warranty and how to register … i feel «Process a Warranty» on the site is trying to USE it not simply registering it. I am a techie guy and i have registered warranties for products such as Tribits … TOZO could just make it a little more clear on this front.
Also something i found by accident … and it makes sense that it’s work in a way … I usually use these when sleeping (they are good for sleeping though noting whatever side of my head faces the pillow DOESN’T have an earbud in it) … I had’d been swapping them when i wake up and roll over … however just using the same one in the OTHER ear works fine too.
One thing I also noticed (not sure if it’s the shape of my ears) is that the right earbud sometimes sound muffled if i use anything other than the shallow tips provided (they are more comfortable but you do lose a bit of base) … the solution is to «pinch» the right earbud to not trigger the touchpad and just pull out «a hair» .. just bairly and that clears that up .. .it doesn’t happen with default NC2 tips … just specifically the T6’s and only in my right ear with non-shallow tips when i first put them in
Another update: The only issue i have is for a gift for someone i am trying to decide if these or say a pair of TOZO’s NC2’s would be better for them. (BOTH GREAT OPTIONS) … I have still used these mainly for my side-sleep, and only using which bud/ear is not facing the pillow to help me sleep and these have great passive NC and they are comfortable for this use too. Heck … I am not (I already picked up a second pair of the NC2’s i was so impressed, to have for myself) against picking up another pair of the T6’s (though i’d like to try some of the other models too) to have a «backup» pair of these too.
I do admit sometimes just to get the perfect fit i swap eartips (nothing that causes me pain with one pair or the other, just trying to dial things in) from time to time … but I am HIGHLY impressed with these. I do admit on Amazon and elsewhere on the internet I think I have seen the NC2s and the T6’s getting the «highest reviews’ vs some of the other TOZO models.
Update: using these regularly, including some times sleeping (where they are on for hours, just swapped in single use mode when i wake up and roll over) and to be honest …. I have only charged them twice and the last time I did, I couldn’t even remember how long it was since the first time i charge them was. it had to be almost 2 weeks and possibly a few hours (and topped off as I swap them using them for sleep music)
I still think the NC2’s sound better (maybe my favorite buds or tied with the Earfun Free Pro 2’s) .. but that is just how good the NC2’s sound …. these T6’s still sound GREAT to me and … I’d not be against picking up a backup pair of these in case the price goes up, just like I got a backup pair of NC2’s … I am IMPRESSED by TOZO … I JUST HOPE These buds last (not saying they are haviing issues …to be clear)
I am totally happy with my purchase
These Tozo T6’s are ones I picked up after seeing how highly they were rated. I have to admit I am not sure what I expected … I mean some “OMG they are the best” reviews on any products sort of make me think they are over-exaggerating, but having said that, these really have impressed me.
I am new to BT earbuds but so far I have a number of pairs of buds, including
Bluetooth Earbuds I have are TOZO NC2’s, Earfun’s Free Pro 2’s and the Earfun Free Mini’s, Fiil’s T1XS with app support, and Edifier’s TWS1 Pros.
It’s going to be too hard right now to compare the sound but I can roughly do it … the fact that I haven’t played with the TWS1 Pro’s a lot (I do love them, for the record) and say the Fiil’s I can judge the sound on, but they have an app with custom EQ settings. I also have to note I do not have any of these for calls … I just cant judge them on that front … listening to music, and watching videos (Youtube, TV shows and movies) on various devices is my main use case.
Thing to remember:
Remember the sound and comfort part is based on a number of things and getting the right ear tip for you, is key … too small and they (ANY earbud) may feel like they fall out easy and in some cases the base of an earbud isn’t as strong “as it should be “ .. too big and not only will you have discomfort, but in my experience the base may seem to be “too much”. The sound insulation (aka passive noise canceling) is really dependent on you getting a good seal in your ear and that means the proper tips … some of this IS trial and error to see which ones are the best for you/
Presentation/Unboxing — The presentation and unboxing is not something that blows me away in most cases … if it’s one of those “small brown box with not a lot of printing on it” type boxes .. that’s cool with me. Having said that … I am IMPRESSED. The unboxing of these (AND the NC2s for that matter) shows that “the company cares” … I expected a “meh” experience at worst … but there is something about the unboxing and how everything is together that makes me feel “oh … they went above and beyond here… nice”.
Sound – This may not be the TOP priority (I mean if they don’t feel good, it doesn’t matter how they sound) but it’s UP THERE for me, near #1. I expected a reasonably good sound but nothing “over the top”. My expectations were more of what I have heard from the Earfun Free Mini’s … good enough and great at times… but just missing a richness (the best way I can describe it). While I have heard better, these T6’s sound a lot better than that description.
Before I go further about the sound I totally admit no matter the wired/wireless earbud/headphone I use , I usually have an EQ on … a mix between a U and a V type setting … Bass raised and Treble raised a bit but not a “sharp V” shaped EQ profile … just have to be clear on this.
The sound on these may not please a true audiophile but I AM IMPRESSED. Everything lows, mids and highs, are “right where they need to be” and even the punchy base in some rap tracks is clean sounding … the base in my testing does NOT bleed into the mids, making the things sound “muddy” as some people may have seen it described. These have a punchy base at times but it’s not over the top by any means and that is how I like it.
Another thing is that things do not sound as wide as some other headphones/earbuds I have heard but still things are not “crammed together” … things in my tests of Jazz, Classic, Rock (typically hard rock, but regular rock too) and Rap … there is room for everything to “breath” sound wise, if that makes sense. I HATE TO over-blow how great the sound is … I mean there are better more expensive options, but these T6 sound a lot better than I was expecting. I have only one other TOZO (though I’d love to try more) product in the NC2’s and I can see why so many LOVE the T6’s. I am not trying to say these are the most “wide” sounding when it comes to sound-stage but they are by no means the most “narrow” either. I like them the way they are.
Comparison/Comments about two TOZO products – These T6’s vs The NC2’s —
Before I go further since I just mentioned the TOZO NC2’s … THEY ARE an improvement to the T6s .. I love the T6’s do not get me wrong but the sound is just that much crisper and cleaner .. the base IS better on the NC2’s vs the T6’s and … I have “no issue” with the T6 sound. It’s what I love about the T6 … made better, sound wise.
If you like this form factor better over the NC2’s stem style design … may be the NC9s or NC7s would be right for you.
PASSIVE Noise Canceling – I have to say I am IMPRESSED with the passive NC these provide with the “right earbud tips”. I mean I do have to say the NC2’s ACTIVE NC is great and I love it but, these provide far more NC passively than I was expecting .. I ALSO know what ANC in this price range is… I do not expect ANC to “cancel everything out” … even when it say comes to higher end Sony Earbuds.
The Tozo T6’s provide GREAT passive noise cancellation with no audio on, however once there is say music playing … things are just drowned out. I have a black Honeywell fan near me, that is on most of the time and when I have the T6’s in and the fan on …. when music is on, I BARELY hear the fan at all. The NC2’s ANC cancels out noise like that VERY WELL, do not get me wrong, but I am just shocked how well the T6’s work blocking noise out when they do not even have ANC.
Comfort – OF COURSE this is all based on getting the right eartip as I have said before, but after some trials of different sized tips to at least see what the smaller or bigger ones are like …. I have what I like dialed on. I do admit it may be a bit of an issue for some to swap tips (my advise … flip the part of the tip that would be touching your ear around, so you can see the part that goes on the earbud and pull … same thing with putting the new ear tips on… so you can see what you are doing) but once you get the hang of it, it’s easy and … it DOES matter overall …. if the tips are too big they may hurt your ears so it doesn’t matter if they sound good, you will not like your earbuds then.
These are also earbuds that I have tried when going to sleep and I have NOT had any discomfort with them. I do “side-sleep” and they are no issue, though I admit in that case I use them one at a time with whatever side of my head faces down, NOT having an earbud in… I wake up and before I turn over I swap the buds… I just know my head on the pillow will trigger the touch controls and doing this method of swapping buds, I have done before with WIRED earbuds … no problem for me.
Build Quality – I am not going to go overboard and say how TOZO uses premium quality products here, but at the same time note how the build quality is another place where TOZO REALLY impresses me .. with the T6’s they (the buds AND the case) do NOT feel cheap or like corners were cut. I am not saying the case feels “heavy” or anything but there is just a feeling that things are well made … this may be my favorite case among the group of earbuds I mention having. Not saying it’s the smallest but the hinge does not flop shut on it’s own like some others do.
Controls – These seem decent and I have not had issues when I use them, though I have to be transparent .. I have these paired with an Android TV box, my Firestick 2nd Gen and my laptop. Even when I use them, I am not always using the touch controls.
Battery Life – I cant say I have had this long enough to really test this vs what is advertised but I am happy with the performance I have experience
Con – This is so picky and I don’t care to be honest but there is a voice that tells you they are connected for example .. the issue is when you put the second bud in, there will be say a “connected” over what you are listening to … I have HEARD that is annoying when on a phone call and say swapping buds.. that “connected” from the earbuds over what the other person is saying … I HESITATE to even mention this as a con. BARELY a slight annoyance to me though I admit I do not use these for phone calls… It’s just something I’d like to mention
Another thing that is picky … the earbuds when taken out of the case have to be flipped around before putting them in your ear … this seems so silly of a thing to mention but the earbud part that has the eartip faces inside of the case and the part that sticks out of your ear is on the outside … that’s all well and good but it does takes muscle memory to always remember to flip them around when taking them out of the case.
I am sure I am forgetting comments I wanted to make but, I DO RECOMMEND the Tozo T6’s, without hesitation .. only having one other TOZO product the NC2’s … I do admit they have the sound I love about the T6’s I love and have improved it. I would not hesitate to recommend either T6s or NC2’s (what many consider the two best TOZO models) to people