Tranya, a Hong Kong-based brand dedicated solely to personal audio, claims its $80 wireless workout headphones create a ‘musical feast for the senses.’ So, with hungry ears, we put ’em to the test.
用绳子将很快使他们的方式退出，它的时间寻找到“真正的无线”耳机。The first generation of wireless audio meant in-ear headphones that attach to one another with a wraparound cord. But these days, with increasingly sophisticated Bluetooth technology, “cordless” means absolutely no cords.
But with thebest wireless workout headphonespushing $200, jumping into the world of wireless can be a shock to the wallet. Enter the Tranya Rimor “true wireless” headphones. Even at $80, the headphones boast “the most advanced audio technology” for active and everyday audiophiles.
我以前测试过的$ 180Jaybird Vista wireless earphonesand loved them. So I came into this review with a high bar. Over the last 2 months, I’ve worn the Rimor headphones for runs, bike rides, home chores, and at work. I tested them for audio quality, functionality (pairing, range), and utility during exercise.
In short:为了钱，这将是很难被击败的Tranya Rimorwireless headphones. The design and out-of-the-box functionality compete with options more than twice the price.
It doesn’t quite provide the rich sound that Jaybird’s Vista achieves with its personalized EQ. But the Rimor offers a more streamlined fit and feel, and even punches above its class with greater range and quick, reliable pairing.
Look & Feel
Like many competitors, Tranya packages its Rimor headphones in a sleek charging case. And when I say sleek, I mean it. Both the case and headphones go for a round, smooth design.
This may seem purely aesthetic, but I actually had a difficult time getting the marble-shaped headphones out of the case the first time. This contrasts with competitors likeJaybirdand theUnder Armour Flash, which offer flat surfaces and edges.
As for fit, my ears consistently work best with the default gels. But Tranya, like others, includes large and small buds you can swap out to secure the best fit.
Once fit, the Rimor stayed in my ear during runs on trails and around the city. Even with some vigorous head shakes (you know, for testing), the buds stayed in place.
I had no trouble connecting the Rimor to any of my devices. And after the first pairing, the Rimor consistently found and automatically paired with my phone and laptop.
As for range, Tranya advertises an industry-standard 10 m. But I found theRimoractually exceeded this on occasion, provided there was a clean line of sight to the device (no walls).
Charging & Runtime
的听力时间,Rimorsre tough to beat. On a full charge, the headphones will run for 5 hours. That’s about standard (Jaybird claims the Vista will reach 6 hours in peak conditions), but with a fully charged case, users can extract 25 hours of runtime.
Of course, that will be broken up by charging cycles of the headphones in the case. But with just a 10-minute charge, the headphones will gain another 90 minutes of juice. A full charge requires 1 hour. The case requires 2 hours to fully recharge.
But what Tranya did well here was the addition of a basic charging meter on the case.
Unlike the Vista, which has a fluctuating light that goes solid when fully charged, the Rimor case has four lights to indicate when the case is 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% charged. This really helps you gauge how much juice you’ll have if you need to pull the case before it’s fully charged.
如果有一个领域，保费价格从品牌的其余部分分离，这是音频质量。这并不是说，Rimordoesn’t sound good — it offers clear, rich sound. But compare that to the custom EQ of the Jaybird Vista, which tailors bass, treble, and midrange frequencies to your specific hearing thresholds.
Although the Rimor can’t quite mimic that level of audio, the sound it blasts mirrors what you’d expect in any modern headphones. That said, the Rimor outperformed the Vista when it came to two-way audio. On phone calls, others said my voice sounded clearer and had less ambient noise compared to the Jaybirds.
Using the in-earphone controls for the Rimor took some getting used to. Unlike the Vista’s haptic buttons, the Rimor responds to simple touches of the left and right earphones.
Once I got used to it, however, I prefer this to the traditional button press. While running, it can be troublesome to properly depress; it’s much easier to simply tap the earphone.
That said, the Rimor’s touch control isn’t customizable. While the Jaybird has an accompanying app that allows you to choose which and how many presses control what, the Rimor’s control profile is exactly what you’ll get out of the box.
Long press on the right earphone to advance a track, long hold down on the left to go back. Tap twice on the right to incrementally increase volume, and the left to decrease. Answer calls with a single tap on either, and tap again to end calls. Long press to reject a call.
I did encounter one issue with this touch setup. During an especially hot day, I found that if moisture (sweat) sat on the earbud, it could trigger the long-press control. It was easy to rectify and hasn’t happened again, but it’s worth noting.
Finally, those with a smart assistant — Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant — can access it with a triple tap.
After months of using both the $80 Rimor and $180 Jaybird wireless headphones, I’ve come away pleasantly surprised by what Tranya packed into its budget offering.
不到一半的价格，你 - 在我看来 - 一个更加时尚和人性化的设计，许多相同的功能和通用性跨越的用途，和有竞争力的规格（范围，充电时间，重量）。
Where the Rimor’s price shows through most is the sound. It has a very solid audio quality. But for $100 more, you’ll get noticeably richer, nuanced sound. That said, if you plan to make and receive a lot of phone calls while using wireless headphones, I found that the Rimor filtered out ambient sounds much better than its more expensive counterpart.
如果$ 80不上你的钱袋太大的打击，你正在寻找一个坚实的无线耳机对用于上下班，工作场所和锻炼，在Tranya Rimor是一个坚实的购买。