Review Soundcore C30i review

Jun 17, 2024
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The reason they don't have a single tap option is the control surface is on the rear so it avoids accidental activation if your ear buds are flapping around. I've read reviews on Amazon where someone complained of that - but they did say they had especially large and flappy ears. I don't have that problem thank goodness although my ears are fairly large.

My larger ears causes another issue which is that the sound producing point is further from my ear canal than someone with small ears or minimal lobes. That means I don't get as much bass athough I did boost the bass a bit with the app and that helped. The preset "bass" option was too much and muffled.

They do get loud enough with most sources - enough to block out the outside world. However it can sound tinny to me. If I press the buds a little bit further into my ear they sound great but as soon as I release it goes back to normal.

I agree on the spatial sound option - it's pretty much worthless.

I like that the tap options can be set up differently for each ear although maybe that is standard. But at least I can do vol up/down, next/prev, pause, assistant all from tapping but triple tap can be a bit hard to hit right and I find if I lightly hold the bud between my thumb and middle finger and tap with the index it often doesn't register. I think the swipe up/down would be great for volume but you'd want that on the front.
 
Jul 6, 2024
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Do you find that these produce unwanted noise to others, ie someone sat near to you would hear what you're listening to?