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Astounding Sound

XFree Go gives you a Pro level sound without breaking the bank. Precisely balanced tonality and a true to life sound signature ensure outstanding music quality with zero distortion at any volume.

Technical specifications
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  • Driver Size

    • Dual 40mm

  • Connectivity

    • Bluetooth Version:

      5.0

    • Bluetooth Range:

      Up to 52FT

  • Battery

    • Type & Capacity:

      Lithium-ion 3.7V 400mAh

    • Case Charging Time:

      Less than 3 hours

    • Playtime:

      Up to 24 hours

    • System Frequency Response

      32Hz-18KHz

  • General

    • Dimensions:

      179.43*165.77*80.82mm

    • Weight:

      332g

  • Support

    • HFP/HSP/A2DP/AVRCP

  • Audio Codecs

    • SBC AAC


Reviews On Amazon

By Heather Hobbs Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
Great customer service and great quality product!
By RayJ Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
I can wear these for hours without ear discomfort and that's been nearly impossible for me for headphones in the past. Sound isolation is very good (in my home), even with no noise cancellation. The sound quality is good, but I'm no expert judge of such things and my hearing is fading with age. The sound is certainly superior to my laptop and TV. There's some sound lag between my TV and the headphones, but my transmitter is old and doesn't support V5, so that may be the reason. Most of the time, it's not a problem

I had some trouble with the interface with my older Bluetooth transmitter not working perfectly and they were happy to send me a new pair just to check if if might be their headphones instead (it wasn't). After 4 months heavy usage, the plastic headband failed near the pivot joint and they promptly sent me a new one with my just sending a picture of the failure. Just outstanding support! I might try to grip above the joint in the future to prevent a recurrence.

I should get an upgraded Bluetooth transmitter to match their headphones better and reduce the sound lag, but it's OK as it is.

Initially the batteries would last for about 4 days; now they last about 2 days.

The headband cushioning is marginal -- not firm enough padding. Yet I'm still fine wearing it for several hours at a time.
By Noah Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
If you were on the fence about buying these then I am here to tell you that it is worth the purchase.

These Bluetooth headphones are not only cheap but they also have high-quality audio that is comparable to some more expensive headphones, they have a battery life of 24-hours, they can be charged to full in 1 hour or you can charge them for 10 minutes which allows you to use them for 4 hours. Also, they seem to have a great build quality for headphones at this price point with a hard plastic build and metal hinges, and they come with a really nice carrying case, a charging cable, and a cable to turn them into wired headphones!

However, I wouldn't recommend these to anyone who is looking for noise-canceling headphones because these really don't cancel noise at all else you are playing your music really loud which then allows others to hear what you're listening to; also, they use a micro USB charger instead of a USB-C charger if that type of thing is something that would bother you.

However, besides those 2 issues, they are really amazing Bluetooth headphones for this price; the pros of these headphones far outweigh the cons in my opinion, so I would honestly recommend these headphones to anyone looking for a pair of decent headphones at a cheap price!!
By E. Degerman Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
I purchased these bargain headphones on the recommendation of CNET, and I have not been disappointed. I wear these while handling chores around the house mostly to listen to podcasts, so I'm not asking them to be something they are not, but the music quality isn't bad. I got these to replace the heavily used ECO-V300, and that was $15 well spent. However the Tribit X Free are much more comfortable and hold a charge longer 鈥 and for less than $30. I haven't begun to explore its other features.
By Stella Rezension aus Deutschland vom 13
| Verified Purchase
I am positively surprised by the quality of the headset. I tried to make a phone call with it and it worked quite fine as well.
By Trevor Benally Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
We bought this for our son for long trips. So far they have worked wonderfully. They have great noise cancellation and the sound quality is good. Also it comes with an extra cord for when you forget to charge the headset, and we didn't need to charge it for 3 days.
By Legend Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
I use the Tribit XFree Go headset to listen to TV, listen to movies on my computer monitor, for Google Meet and listen to music phone calls from my Android phone. Never had any problem connecting to BT unit. The sound is clear for what I use it for. I can't say how it would work on a high quality sound system but for my purposes, it's great.
By noel jones Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
Good sound, am able to talk on phone calls successfully and clearly.
By HG Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
Love these, great sound quality! Does not have active noise canceling but does minimize noises greatly! Battery life lasts longer than expected
By joanql66 Reviewed in the United States on
| Verified Purchase
Excellent Headphones, Cheap and with good sound. Regular battery life. Recommended
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