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Edifier NeoBuds Pro Review: $100 MUST-BUY!!

The Edifier NeoBuds Pro are the best earbuds you can get for US$100. Period.

So let’s talk design. I’m not a big fan of the case design, I’ll be honest. It’s just that the mesh of metal and plastic doesn’t really do it for me. But anyway, there’s a nice lip so you can open the lid really easily, and you get a LED indicator there that shows charging and flashes when put into pairing mode. The USB-C for charging is on the rear, which means you can sit the case down nicely when it’s charging. I think quite a few brands are putting more attention to these sort of small details nowadays, which is great.

Inside, you get the earbuds as well as a subtle, almost hidden button to activate pairing mode. Pretty simple.

As for packaging, you get a silver sleeve, with the box inside giving a nod to Edifier’s 25th anniversary. Open that up and you get to the six eartip options inside, with the seventh already installed on the earbuds themselves. Underneath, you get a nylon carrying pouch as well as a charging cable. Pretty standard. Now, Edifier is claiming these are the world’s first Hi-res certified earbuds, and I’m not 100% sure that’s true? Of course, they’re one of the first, I’m sure, but I believe Sony’s WF-1000XM4 earbuds also support LDAC, which is a hi-res codec, so yeah. I’m taking their claim with a pinch of salt, but even if they’re not the first, they’re one of the first. So good enough.

You get touch controls here, although it’s just double tap an