May 18, 2023
Review: Tranya T6 wireless earbuds ditches the gimmicks for quality
A sleek, good-looking option that manage to stand out from the crowd The wireless earbud market is a competitive one and it takes something really special to grab your attention. And this is what
A sleek, good-looking option that manage to stand out from the crowd
The wireless earbud market is a competitive one and it takes something really special to grab your attention. And this is what Tranya is hoping to do with its T6 buds - a sleek, good-looking option that do manage to stand out from the crowd.
The Tranya T6 come in a compact charging case in rose gold with a matte finish. It's one of the smallest cases I've come across and can be easily stored in your pocket or a small bag, but they can also add another 25 hours of playtime after being fully charged via a USB-C cable.
When it comes to audio performance, the Tranya T6 do not disappoint. Equipped with 6mm wool composite drivers, these earbuds deliver rich, clear sound with a deep bass response. The audio signature leans towards a slight emphasis on the low end, making it ideal for bass enthusiasts. However, the mids and highs remain well-balanced, ensuring a well-rounded listening experience across various genres.
You can also download the Tranya app that allows you to tinker with the EQ settings (either choosing a pre-set or coming up with your own) as well as being able to change the controls. It's these controls that really are a difference-maker as they are physical push buttons.
So many brands seem to be transfixed on touch controls. And these can be great if you're splashing out on some Apple Airpods, but more affordable options really struggle to meet that standard. In fact, half the time they don't work at all, and for the rest of the time they often do something you just didn't want to do. And don't get me started on the inadvertent input. Anyway, all this is avoided on T6 thanks to the buttons that operate with a reassuring click.
The buds are pretty clever, too, automatically to the kind of audio you are listening to. For instance, if you are gaming or on a call they will automatically switch to a low latency mode. But if you're listening to music it will up the quality.
Battery life is a very decent nine hours and Bluetooth 5.2 multipoint will allow you to connect to two devices at the same time. They are also IPX5 water-resistant. Now you might be thinking where is the ANC? The answer is they don't have it, nor a 'voice-thru' mode. I'll be honest I didn't miss either as I enjoyed a high-quality paint of buds that weren't hampered by ropey tech that can't be reliably delivered at a lower price point.
You can buy a pair of Tranya T6 via the company's website for £101. You can find other Tranya tech on Amazon.