The Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless are wallet-friendly in-ears with active noise cancelling (ANC). They have a very neutral sound profile out of the box, which makes them versatile enough for most audio content, and they have a well-built design. However, their ANC struggles to block out the low rumble of bus or plane engines. Their 4.4-hour continuous battery life is quite short, and you may need to recharge them throughout your day. On the upside, their carrying case holds roughly three additional charges if you need it.
The Wyze Buds Pro are good for neutral sound. They deliver audio very consistently and have a neutral sound profile that's well-suited for a variety of audio content. However, they lack any sound customization features if you want to adjust them to your liking. Their passive soundstage also feels closed-off and as if coming from inside your head.
The Wyze Buds Pro are good for commute and travel. They have a decently comfortable fit and are well-built. Their small and lightweight design makes them easy to take with you on the go. However, while they have ANC, they still struggle to block out the low rumble of bus or plane engines. Their continuous battery life of roughly 4.4 hours may not be enough to get you through long trips without recharging them.
The Wyze Buds Pro are great for sports and fitness. Even though they lack stability fins, these in-ears have a lightweight, breathable, and stable design. They're also well-built and are rated IPX4 for water resistance, though we don't currently test for this. Unfortunately, their continuous battery life isn't very long, and they lack volume and track skipping controls.
The Wyze Buds Pro are alright for office use. They have a breathable, decently comfortable fit and don't leak too much audio at high volumes. Although their ANC struggles to block out bass-range noise, they do a much better job of reducing office chatter around you. However, they only have a continuous playback time of 4.4 hours, so you may need to recharge them throughout your day.
The Wyze Buds Pro aren't recommended for wireless gaming. You can only use them via Bluetooth, meaning they aren't compatible with Xbox or PlayStation consoles. While they can connect to Bluetooth-enabled PCs, their high latency may not be suitable for gaming.
The Wyze Buds Pro are Bluetooth-only headphones, and you can't use them wired.
The Wyze Buds Pro are fair for phone calls. Their integrated mic does a decent job of separating speech from ambient noise, so you should be understandable, even if you're speaking in a moderately noisy environment. However, its recording quality is disappointing, and your voice sounds thin, muffled, and lacking in detail. Even though the headphones have ANC, they also struggle to block out bass-range background noise from car engines.
The Wyze Buds Pro come in one color variant: 'Black' and you can see our model's label here. If you come across another variant, let us know in the discussions, and we'll update our review.
The Wyze Buds Pro are wallet-friendly truly wireless headphones with a similar design to the Apple AirPods (2nd generation) Truly Wireless and Anker SoundCore Life P3 Truly Wireless. They have an ANC system, though it doesn't perform as well as other budget competitors like the EarFun Air Pro True Wireless. That said, they have a very neutral default sound profile, which makes them versatile enough for a variety of audio content.
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The Anker SoundCore Life P3 Truly Wireless are better in-ears for most uses than the Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless. The Anker are more comfortable, their ANC can block out significantly more ambient noise, and their battery performance is better. Their companion app also offers a graphic EQ and presets so that you're able to customize their sound to your preferences. However, the Wyze have a more neutral default sound profile, which some users may prefer.
Depending on your usage, you may prefer the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro Truly Wireless or the Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless. While both headphones are decently comfortable and well-built, the Anker have a significantly better noise isolation performance, and their companion app offers a graphic EQ plus presets so that you can customize their sound. The Wyze have a somewhat better battery performance and have a more neutral default sound profile, which some users may prefer.
The Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless and the Wyze Buds Truly Wireless have different strengths, and you may prefer either. The Pro have an ANC feature and isolate you from much more noise. Their mic has a significantly better noise handling performance and they have a more neutral sound profile that some may prefer. On the other hand, the Buds have longer continuous battery life and a better mic recording quality. Their app also includes a graphic EQ and presets, so you can customize their sound.
The Wyze Noise-Cancelling Headphones Wireless and the Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless have different strengths, and you may prefer either one. The Noise-Cancelling Headphones are over-ears that are more comfortable, have a significantly better noise isolation performance, and longer-lasting continuous battery life. Their companion app also offers a graphic EQ and presets so that you can adjust their sound to your liking, and you can connect them with up to two devices at a time. However, the Buds Pro are in-ears with a more stable fit. Their sound profile is much more neutral, which some users may prefer, and their integrated mic offers better noise handling performance.
The Apple AirPods Pro Truly Wireless are better headphones than the Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless. The Apple are more comfortable, feel better built, and have a significantly better noise isolation performance. They have a longer continuous battery life, and their H1 chip allows you to seamlessly pair them with other Apple devices. However, the Wyze have a more neutral default sound profile, which some users may prefer.
The EarFun Air Pro True Wireless are better in-ears than the Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless. The EarFun have a more comfortable fit, their ANC can block out significantly more ambient noise around you, and their battery performance is a lot better. However, you can remap the Wyze's controls using their companion app, and they have a more neutral sound profile, which some users may prefer.
The Jabra Elite 85t Truly Wireless are better in-ears than the Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless. The Jabra are more comfortable and feel better built. They also have a somewhat better noise isolation performance, as well as longer continuous battery life, and they can be paired with up to two devices at once. They have a companion app too, and you can customize their sound profile using the app's graphic EQ and presets.
The Jabra Elite 85h Wireless and the Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless have different strengths, and you may prefer one over the other. The Jabra are over-ear headphones that are more comfortable, have a better overall microphone performance, and have longer continuous battery life. They also have a more robust companion app with a graphic EQ and presets to help you adjust their sound, and they support multi-device pairing. In comparison, the Wyze are in-ears that are more portable and lightweight. They also have a more stable fit and have a better noise isolation performance.
The Wyze Buds Pro Truly Wireless are slightly better in-ears than the TOZO T6 Truly Wireless. While both headphones are decently comfortable and well-built, the Wyze have a more neutral default sound profile, which some users may prefer, and their battery performance is a bit better. However, the TOZO have a significantly better noise isolation performance, even though they don't have active noise cancelling.
The Wyze Buds Pro have a simple, non-descript look. They have a glossy finish and ear stem design that seems similar to the Anker SoundCore Life P3 Truly Wireless. They only come in one color variation: black.
These headphones are decently comfortable. They feel light and don't enter your ear very deeply. Using the controls also doesn't push them further into your ears. However, the plastic part of the buds' casing that sits inside your ear could cause fatigue over time.
Update 02/21/2022: The manufacturer has added ANC off to the headphones' controls via firmware update 0.6.6.0. You can now switch between ANC on, transparency mode, and ANC off. We have updated our review to reflect these results.
The Wyze Buds Pro have passable controls. They have a touch-sensitive surface on both buds, and there are voice prompts when pairing, turning the headphones on and off, or cycling between ANC on, transparency mode, and ANC off. There are also beeps when activating voice assistant. Unfortunately, they lack volume and track skipping by default. While you can remap these controls using the companion app, you lose the default controls. You can register the following commands using either bud out of the box:
The Wyze Buds Pro have outstanding breathability. They don't trap a lot of heat against your ear, and you shouldn't sweat more than usual, even if you're wearing them during workouts.
The Wyze Buds Pro have a very portable design. They're small, lightweight, and should easily fit in most pockets or bags.
The Wyze Buds Pro have a good carrying case. It's mostly made of matte plastic, and there's a small light in the front of the case to indicate the case and buds' battery life. There's also a small light inside the case to indicate Bluetooth pairing.
The Wyze Buds Pro's build quality is good. They're mostly made of plastic but feel similarly sturdy to the EarFun Air Pro True Wireless. They should survive a couple of accidental drops without taking too much damage. They're also rated IPX4 for water resistance, although we don't currently test for it. Unfortunately, the glossy finish of the buds could be prone to damage.
These headphones have good stability. Although they don't have stability fins, they shouldn't fall out of your ears during casual listening sessions or moderate physical activity.
The Wyze Buds Pro have a neutral sound profile that's well-suited for a variety of audio content. They deliver a touch of extra warmth while vocals and lead instruments are bright. Unfortunately, even though they have a companion app, they lack robust sound customization features to help you adjust their sound. While there's a 'Bass Booster' feature available, it's been reported that this is a typo and that this feature is actually an 'Adaptive EQ'. However, we don't currently test the performance of this feature.
Note: There's a slight discrepancy between the left and right driver in the raw frequency response graphs due to how the files were processed. However, all other graphs are correct, and this difference shouldn't be audible to most users.
These headphones have excellent frequency response consistency. Once you achieve a good fit and seal, you should get consistent bass and treble delivery each time you use them.
The bass accuracy is fantastic. The range is fairly flat and well-balanced. A dip in the low-bass slightly weakens thump and rumble, while a bump in the mid-bass adds a touch of extra warmth.
The Wyze Buds Pro's mid accuracy is excellent. Most of the range is flat, resulting in clear, accurate, and detailed vocals and lead instruments. However, a dip in the mid-mid can nudge vocals and lead instruments to the back of the mix.
The Wyze Buds Pro's treble accuracy is fantastic. Just like in the bass and mid-ranges, the treble response is very neutral and flat; this ensures that the upper harmonics of vocals and lead instruments are detailed and present. Sibilants like cymbals are also bright but not piercing.
The Wyze Buds Pro's peaks and dips performance is excellent. A dip in the low-bass weakens thump and rumble while a peak in the mid-bass adds warmth. Another dip in the mid-mid nudges vocals and lead instruments to the back of your mix. An uneven low-treble can make the upper harmonics of vocals and lead instruments alternatingly dull and bright. A steep peak in the mid-treble makes sibilants like cymbals piercing.
These headphones have a satisfactory imaging performance. The group delay is below the audibility threshold, which results in a tight bass and transparent treble range. The L/R drivers are also well-matched in amplitude and frequency response, important for the accurate localization of objects like footsteps in the stereo image. However, there's a high mismatch in phase response, and peaks in the bass and mid ranges are audible with real-life content, resulting in inaccuracies in the stereo image. That said, our results are only valid for our unit, and your experience may vary.
The Wyze Buds Pro's passive soundstage performance is terrible, which is to be expected for in-ear headphones. They completely bypass your outer ear, which is one of the key factors in creating a spacious soundstage. As a result, their soundstage seems closed-off and as if coming from inside your head, rather than from speakers placed in the room around you.
The weighted harmonic distortion performance is excellent. All frequencies fall within good levels, resulting in clear and pure audio reproduction.
These are the settings used to test the Wyze Buds Pro. Our results are only valid when used in this configuration.
The Wyze Buds Pro have an alright noise isolation performance. They have an active noise cancelling (ANC) system, which can help cut down some noise around you. They do an okay job of reducing the low rumble of bus and plane engines. However, the ANC isn't as effective as the buds' passive noise isolation capabilities in the mid to treble ranges, and the ANC can let in more ambient noise around you. While they can help block out some ambient chatter, it may not be enough if you're working in a noisy office. They do a much better job of cutting down the high-pitched hum of an AC unit, though.
The Wyze Buds Pro's leakage performance is great. Leakage is mostly concentrated in the treble range, and escaping sound seems thin. If you're listening to audio at high volumes in a moderately noisy environment like an office, people around you shouldn't hear most of it.
The integrated microphone's recording quality is sub-par. Your voice sounds very thin and unnatural, even if you're speaking in a quiet environment.
The microphone's noise handling performance is decent. The mic can separate your voice from moderate ambient noise around you, although your voice may sound a bit more boxy and muddy. If you're taking a call while in a loud environment like a busy street, you should still be understandable.
Update 02/21/2022: The manufacturer released firmware update 0.6.6.0, which aims to improve the battery measurement's accuracy. We retested their battery life but received similar results to our previous measurements. There hasn't been a change in our review.
The Wyze Buds Pro's battery performance is sub-par. The manufacturer advertises them to last 4.5 hours continuously with the ANC on, and we measured a very similar amount. They also have three additional charges in their carrying case, which is handy when you're on the go. You can use one bud while the other one charges too. That said, battery life can vary depending on usage, and your experience may vary. Although they don't have a power-saving feature, you can turn their auto-pause feature on or off using their companion app. This feature doesn't turn off the headphones when you're not using them, though. If you're looking for earbuds with longer continuous battery life, you may prefer the Sony WF-C500 Truly Wireless.
The Wyze app is decent. You can turn the ANC on or off and turn transparency mode on. You can map the single, double, and triple tap commands and call-related controls, choose which voice assistant you want to use (whether it's your phone's voice assistant or Alexa), rename the buds, turn on or off the auto-pause feature, and see the battery level of the buds and case. You can also turn on the 'Bass Booster' feature, but it's been reported that this is a typo and that this feature is an 'Adaptive EQ'. However, we don't currently test this feature.
The Wyze Buds Pro have okay Bluetooth connectivity. Unfortunately, they lack both multi-device and NFC pairing. Their latency is also high on PC and Android devices, and you may notice delays between your audio and visuals. Their latency on iOS devices is somewhat lower, though. That said, some apps and devices compensate for latency, so your experience may vary.
You can't use these truly wireless headphones wired. They come with a USB-C to USB-A cable to charge their carrying case.
The Wyze Buds Pro have full audio and mic compatibility with Bluetooth-enabled PCs. You can't connect them to a PC in any other way, though.
These headphones come with a hard carrying case. It has roughly three additional charges, but it only has a USB-C port for recharging the case. The case also supports wireless charging.