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Tronsmart brings aptX with the very affordable Spunky Beat TWS earphones

Tronsmart brings aptX with the very affordable Spunky Beat TWS earphones

by Vyncent ChanOctober 14, 2019
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First up, yes, the word “spunk” does not evoke pleasant images. But perhaps only Tronsmart is really the only brand brave enough to use the word in their new Tronsmart Spunky Beat True Wireless (TWS) headphones. Well spunky means something else, but you know what I mean.

Besides its eyebrow-raising name, the Tronsmart Spunky Beat TWS also comes with a pretty exciting set of features. It packs the somewhat popular Qualcomm QCC3020 chip, thus bringing with it support for Qualcomm True Wireless technology over Bluetooth 5.0. It also touts aptX support, for high quality wireless audio. To ensure that you can hear that quality, Tronsmart uses custom-made, graphene-coated 6mm drivers, with them claiming better deep bass and incredible surround sound.

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While we wouldn’t recommend using TWS earphones for calls, Tronsmart has built in cVc 8.0 active noise cancellation technology to improve your call quality.

Last but not least, Tronsmart has integrated a USB-A charging cable into the case, making it extra convenient to charge your Spunky Beats.

tronsmart spunky beat charging

If you decide to not use the cable, there’s also a USB-C port to charge it faster. Tronsmart really cared about the charging, with two ways to juice up your Spunky Beat. You won’t really need it that often though with up to 7 hours of battery life in the earphones themselves, and an additional 24 hours with the charging case.

How much do these cost? The Tronsmart Spunky Beat TWS earphones goes for only $29.90 (~RM125.22). I would say that’s a pretty good price for TWS earphones supporting aptX, not to mention one that supports two charging input methods.

Pokdepinion: That’s quite spunky of Tronsmart!

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.
  • Andy Phua
    November 14, 2019 at 2:21 pm

    Errr, I’m sure these only supports apt-x, not apt-x HD…

    • Vyncent Chan
      November 19, 2019 at 10:07 am

      The information provided to us was that these come with aptX HD support though… We will confirm it when Tronsmart sends us review samples :D

  • Mcdull
    November 26, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    From the web page, it only has aptX logo, while aptX HD should have a logo like [X]HD
    I’ve found a couple of earbuds use “aptX HD sound” to confuse customer, it should read aptX for high definition sound.

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