Advantage: Klipsch T5 True Wireless is built in a great way, it also delivers excellent sound if you get a tight seal and also has strong battery life. Its Zippo-inspired charging case is sleek, solid and also features USB-C charging.
Drawback: The fit is not for everybody, the charging case is very heavy.
Conclusion: The Klipsch T5 True Wireless is worth checking out if you are considering a premium set of true wireless headphones. Check out the review to know more!
Klipsch T5 vs Sony WF-1000XM3
The Sony WF-1000XM3 sounds a little warmer, with bigger, also more rounded bass that’s going to be a better match for those who listen to more hip hop and also electronic dance music.
Sony is great for sound and has a comfortable fit, but the Klipsch makes our list of best-sounding true wireless headphones.
Unlike Sony, the Klipsch T5 earbuds do have some water resistance which means it is splashproof but not waterproof.
Also, the battery life is great. The charging case provides three additional charges on the go. The buds themselves can run for up to 8 hours on a single charge at the best moderate volume levels.
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What are some of the Klipsch T5 True Wireless specs?
Klipsch T5 wireless buds deliver excellent sound, have strong battery life (8 hours) and they also include a sleek-looking (and solid) Charging case juices up via USB-C. They are a very good set of wireless earphones.
Klipsch T5 Earbuds has been making in-ear headphones for a while and also has some patented oval-shaped tips to help you get that tight seal.
Klipsch T5 Case
The Zippo-inspired carrying case is sleek looking and feels very sturdy, but it is also heavy for its compact size, weighing in at 3.84 ounces (109 grams) with the buds inside.
This case does fit in a pocket but it’s not something you would want to walk around with at the gym.
Geekria Hard Earbuds Case
- Quick and easy Klipsch T5 attaching to your backpacks, luggage, duffel bags, camera bags, belts, and also other clipable items.
- Convenient to open and close by Zipper design, also protect your Headphones and accessories away from wet, dirt, and dust.
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Klipsch T5 Ambient Sound
The Klipsch T5 earbuds feature the signature Klipsch sound, which is warm, also detailed, and never harsh. They are closer to neutral than the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless when it comes to strong bass.
Mids are where the Klipsch shine which allows the vocals to shine as acoustic music, which favors mids, are lush and detailed. The detail extends to the highs as well, allowing these headphones to sing in the higher registers without ever being harsh.
The soundstage is good as music has a good sense of width and height to it. It is not open-back headphone quality but imaging is also excellent, allowing for the precise location of individual instruments.
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How are Klipsch T5 True Wireless Earbuds Designed?
They contain a large earbud chassis, a long sound tube, and also a single button on each earbud. This makes these headphones insert into the ear, which is great for active noise isolation, which is excellent but may be uncomfortable for some. Klipsch only includes small, medium, and also large tips in the box so finding an ideal fit is difficult.
The tips are very much fragile. One tip broke off in the earphone, requiring us to pick it out. We hope Klipsch can redesign the ear tips without the need for the small plastic clip that can become stuck in the headphone in depth.
What is the battery life of Klipsch T5 Earbuds?
One major benefit of the T5 True Wireless earbuds is battery life, which is at 8 hours on a single charge. The charging case holds another extra 24 hours. This places the buds higher than the AirPods (5 hours) and also Elite Active 65t (5 hours), and in the same stratum as current battery leader, the Beats Powerbeats Pro (9 hours, 24 hours w/ charging case).
You can run your favorite shows on youtube, Spotify, and much more before plugging it to the charging case!
The charging case does offer fewer recharges than the AirPods case, but even so, it has very fast charging to get you 2 hours of listening time in 15 minutes.
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Call and Sound Quality
Calls on the T5 True Wireless earbuds sound loud and clear.
Sometimes you would notice background noises such as keyboard clatter and also a droning air conditioner. The voice is clear but vocals are more transparent in silent settings.
The left bud sometimes struggles to sync with the smartphone, and when it finally connects, it gets stuttered at a horrendous rate. Only after an hour of listening the connection stabilizes.
Klipsch T5 True Wireless Earphone Features
- It has 5mm dynamic drivers.
- Three sizes of Klipsch oval ear tips.
- USB-C charging
- Four-mic system designed to better capture the voice in noisy or windy conditions
- Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX and also AAC audio
- Up to 8 hours of battery life at great and moderate volume levels (three extra charges from charging case)
- The price is under $200.