Google Pixel Buds A-Series In-Ear Sound Isolating Truly Wireless Headphones - Olive
- 12 mm dynamic speaker drivers deliver high-quality audio with powerful bass and crisp highs
- Flush-to-ear design with three ear tip sizes and a stabilizer arc helps earbuds stay in place and create a gentle seal for amazing sound
- Touch controls let you answer calls, as well as play, pause and skip between tracks easily
- Beamforming mics focus on your voice, so the person that you’re talking to hears you loud and clear
- Adaptive Sound adjusts the volume on your headphones to fit your surroundings
- Water-resistant with IPX4 rating so rainy days and sweaty workouts are no problem
- Enjoy long battery life of up to 5 hours of listening time or 2.5 hours of talk time with a single charge
- Google Assistant (Google Assistant-enabled Android 6.0 or newer device required) compatibility helps play music, check the weather or just get hands-free updates
- Pair the earbuds with your Pixel or any Android device in just one tap and quickly and easily connect to iOS or any other Bluetooth 4.0+ device
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Of the 518 reviewers who responded, 413 would recommend this product.
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- Much improved!- June 22, 2021
The new Pixelbuds A-series are solid earbuds, and work superiorly better than last year's 2020 Pixelbuds. No connection issues, Bluetooth stability issues, or unwanted white noises. All good, thus far. App works well too. However, a EQ setting is desperately needed to improve sound / music playback quality. However, the biggest let down is the below average / disappointing audio playback quality. Oddly Pixelbuds suffer from having very low volume levels, and a very muddled / flat sound. Really needs a EQ setting within the app. As the music playback is far too flat / average sounding. Even my basic Apple earbuds sound better. Really disappointing to have such lackluster audio experience. Especially when playing music, and on my Pixel 5 phone.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Reliable and Convenient, with Pretty Good Sound- September 13, 2021
The Pixel Buds A-Series are very convenient. They pair instantly with my Pixel phone and instantly display their battery life. Sound quality is good. It's not on par with my Sony MX1000, but these are also a lot cheaper than the Sony. Works well on phone calls as well, although the buds sometimes briefly cut out on phone calls (never on music playback). You can adjust the fit with the different earbud tips, and I advise doing to. My own fit really improved when I changed to a smaller tip. Overall, I recommend the Pixel Buds A. They aren't the best earbuds I've heard, but to get a better combo of sound and functionality, you have to pay a LOT more.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- tested for awhile. can only recommend- August 1, 2021
Don't usually write reviews so this must be something special. Absolutely live there headphones. Pro's: Connect automatically particularly fast with no intervention, individually connect so neither bud tied to the other which is useful for single usage, small and comfortable. Con: Sound is not impressive for audiophiles (I am not), bass boost is amazing with correct song but doesn't always come through that way, tend to pop out of the case a bit too easy, no wireless charging. Like I said everyone who tries mine loves them and ends up purchasing and I 100% recommend them especially at 99 bucks. So just buy them way chea per then most. premium budsYes, I would recommend this to a friend.