The advent of wireless audio devices has completely changed the industry. Be it headphones, speakers, or earphones wireless capabilities give these devices a lot of conveniences. Of course, some stand-out members of these groups provide more quality for their price than others. For earphones, these are Tozo’s T series of earphones. The two we will take a deeper look into today are Tozo T6 vs Tozo T10 Bluetooth wireless earbuds. We will go over their strengths and weaknesses, compare them, and give you a suggestion on which of the two is the better purchase option.
|Weight||0.1 ounces||0.1 ounces|
|Dimensions||0.59 x 0.79 x 0.59 in||1.04 x 0.99 x 0.66 in|
|Color||black, white, rose, and gold||black, gray, white, and khaki|
|Water Resistance||IPX8 Waterproof||IPX8 Waterproof|
|Battery life||6 hours||3.5 hours|
|Battery life with charging case||30 hours||9 hours|
|Frequency||18 Hz-20kHz||16 Hz-20kHz|
|Bluetooth range||25-40 feet||25-40 feet|
|Charging||USB, wireless||USB, wireless|
A special addition to these earphones is their very own charging case. It functions both as a power bank and storage for your earphones. The amount of battery life you can get out of them varies per model but nonetheless, they provide ample expansion of your battery life.
Both of these models have IPX8 waterproof capabilities. Earbuds as well as the charging case have an inner nano-coating which makes it waterproof up to 1 meter of depth for over 30 minutes. Any splashes of water or falling raindrops will be intercepted by this effective design trait, preventing damage to your device.
The two earbuds pair up immediately after being removed from the charging case. From there on you need only do a quick connection with your phone to get them running. The convenience of this setup is one of the standards Tozo brings to the market.
One of the most important aspects of all wireless devices is how long they can be used before requiring a recharge. There’s no use in removing the wired connection if the device will have to get back onto the charger after a single hour of use.
The first Tozo model on review has a very impressive battery life for its category. Without any hassle this model’s battery can last for up to 6 hours, covering any trips or walks you may go on. It is likely a single charge will last throughout your entire day but the long-lasting battery isn’t the only good aspect of this product. Tozo T6’s charging case, as we mentioned before, functions as a power bank. If necessary you can always charge up the earphones with this little storage item. The best part is that you can use wireless charging as well, maintaining the convenience of not having to take cables with you anywhere. You can still use a USB-C cable for a somewhat faster charge time but the usefulness of having multiple charging options shouldn’t be underestimated.
After a wider look at the charging case, we can see the utility it brings to these models. Just like Tozo T6, the T10 model boasts one of these handy storage cases. However, the max charge you can siphon out of it is far lower. It still gives a firm increase in your wireless enjoyment of music with 9 hours of an extended lifetime. Earphones alone last for about 3.5 hours each, which still affords a decent duration for your daily activities. The charging options remain, wireless and USB-C are both legitimate ways of filling up the earbuds’ batteries.
The Winner: Tozo T6
While the battery is one of the key aspects of a wireless set of earbuds range of sounds reproducible by said earbuds is something important to any style of audio listening gear. There can be a lot of minute influences that improve or degrade the quality of an item but the following section will focus on some base specifications.
Specifications that boost sound quality are aspects such as speaker driver size and frequencies the device can reproduce. For T6 the size of its speakers is 6mm, which gives decent sound quality in itself, while frequencies reproducible by earphones range from 18 Hz up to 20 kHz. As far as market standards go 18 Hz is slightly higher than the usual lowest frequency, which is good as this means more sounds can be properly reproduced into the soundscape, the upper limit of 20 kHz is simply standard but does get some mileage out of inherently good sound quality. Noise cancellation is in effect here as well, making sure to block out most of the surrounding noise.
For the opposing model, we can immediately see some differences. The size of the speaker driver is now 8mm, which offers a firm improvement. What also got a proper upgrade is its lowest reproducible frequency. It is now 16 Hz, allowing for an even clearer bass. The upper limit didn’t get any upgrades, remaining at 20 kHz. Noise cancellation is still in effect so you needn’t worry about losing that fruitful feature.
The Winner: Tozo T10
The biggest difference between the two in terms of appearance is the color choice and size of their cases.
The color options here are black, white, rose, and gold. Tozo T6’s charging case is exceptionally compact, fitting into any pocket.
For this model, you can pick from black, gray, white, and khaki in terms of colors. However, it is not as compact being almost twice the length.
The Winner: Tozo T6
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