EarFun Air Pro SV earbuds Review

EarFun Air Pro SV

The EarFun is introduce its latest mid-range truly wireless earbud the EarFun Air Pro SV. The earbud come with a Premium Aluminium design, QuietSmart™ 2.0 Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation up to 40dB, Wind-noise Reduction, transparent mode, Built-in 6 professional mics, 10mm Wool Composite Dynamic Drivers, 80ms Low Latency Mode for Better Video and Gaming Experience, 24-hour Playtime, IPX5 Sweat & Water Resistant, Activate Voice Assistant and more.

  • QuietSmart™ 2.0 Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation
  • Good voice assiatance
  • Bluetooth codec SBC/AAC support
  • Multi connectivity missing
  • Not for longer voice calls

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Price and availability

The EarFun Air Pro SV Earbud come with a Black colour variant. It is price $89.99. You can purchase this earbud from the company’s official website myearfun.com.

Who should get EarFun Air Pro SV?

  1. It is best option for those who want a cheap price with a active noise cancellation.
  2. Also, it is best for gaming with a 80ms low latency.


Box Content

EarFun Air Pro SV
  • EarFun Air Pro SV
  • Charging case
  • Ear Tips(s,m,l)
  • USB Type-C cable
  • User Guide

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What is the design of EarFun Air Pro SV?

EarFun Air Pro SV

The Earfun Air Pro SV is another brand model derived from the Fiil model. Built with durable premium materials including anodized aluminum and silicone surfaces, the Air Pro SV is easy to clean and handle. Moreover, the compact, aluminum charging case has a rubber-coated base optimized for Qi-charging. The charging case looks fabulous with premium shape and design. Doesn’t look like any other standard earbud. The earbud is magnetically attached to the charging case. That way, you don’t have to push too hard when putting the earbuds back in the case.

In addition, the case is not only compact, but also lightweight. An LED light on the front side changes colors to indicate the remaining battery life. The case can recharge the earbuds four times completely. Later, you can give it new power via USB-C or wireless charging. However, fiil uses the famous diagonal earpiece to always create a comfortable and snug fit, with oval rubber ear tips attached. Eartips offers three different pairs, small, medium and large. All you need to do is pick one tip, which will make a completely passive isolation with your ears. As a result, the earbud effectively reduces the loud noise of the airplane engine while maintaining a balance of ear pressure for a more comfortable and relaxed journey.

Furthermore, the IPX5 waterproof makes them resistant to rain and sweat, but it doesn’t automatically make them ideal for sports. Due to the triangular shape of the stem, the Air Pro SV makes a lot of noise when you are moving at a low speed – like when you are running or cycling.

How do you control EarFun Air Pro SV?

Looking for touch control, the Earfun Air Pro SV provide a simple and reliable touch controls.

Tap Twice (L & R)Play/Pause
Triple Tap on RightNext Track
Tap once on Right and LeftVolume up/ volume down
Tap twice (L/R)Answer/End calls
Tap and Hold for 2s (L/R)Reject a call
Tap Triple (L/R)Answer and transfer two calls
Tap and Hold for 2s (R)Voice Assistance
Tap and Hold for 2s (L)Noise Cancelling/Ambient sound and normal
Tap Triple(L)Game On/Off


  1. Turn on the Game mode can drop latency as low as 80ms and improve the playing game and watching video experience. But, it will shorten the connection distance. We suggest you to turn of the game mode when you use the earbud for music
  2. The normal mode provide latency about 200ms.
  3. Bluetooth technology can’t eliminate latency.

Should you download EarFun Audio App?

The free My Earphone app is available on iPhone and Android, and while you may need to restart the iPhone app to pick up earbuds, it looks good and works directly. Options you have:

  • See the battery status of the left and right earbud
  • Update the firmware
  • Switch between ANC on, Ambient mode, ANC off
  • (De)activate the game mode
  • Change the device name
  • Read the product manual
  • Change the control option for the triple-tap and long-press
  • Choose four different equalizers or create your own

Unfortunately, the equation is not as promising as they appear. Of the four options (bass boost, bass reducer, treble boost, trouble reducer), only the bass boost option seems to have a slight effect – giving more weight to sub- and mid-bass. Other options do not make a significant change in sound. Hopefully, future firmware updates will replace this. With the control options, you can kick out the gaming mode for the option to return a song, which may be convenient.

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How does EarFun Air Pro SV earbud sound?

However, with the Earfun Air Pro SV, you can feel the rush od your favourite music with the customized 10mm Wool Composite Dynamic Drivers. which will offer powerful bass, crisp mids and highs. Indulge your ears every time you put on your earbuds. The earbud also includes a 80ms low latency for powerful gaming experience.

In addition, the sub-bass goes on the latest earphones and feels deep, and can cause powerful yet controlled rumble – featured by James Blake’s wonderful Test Track Limit to Your Love. Also, there are no rough edges, no loosening – the lowest frequency is impressive on the Air Pro SV. Mid-bass delivers strong thumps that stretch a few times, increasing the weight of the bass. As they pull, it’s not the fastest bass, but the pacing is definitely fast enough to excite the songs.

Does EarFun Air Pro SV Wireless block out noise?

The earbud offers a QuietSmart™ 2.0 Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation up to 40dB along with Wind-noise Reduction. The Air Pro SV continuously detects external sound and emits precise sound waves to counter the noise. Up to 40dB of noise can be eliminated with exclusive QuietSmart™ 2.0 technology. Enjoy your world in peace, regardless of how loud the surrounding gets or how heavy traffic is. Moreover, more inconsistent sounds, like nearby chatter, traffic, and construction site sounds, are still hearable, although well reduced in volume output – especially the lower frequencies. You can still hear details like a motor accelerating, but much softer with the function turned on. Play music on moderate volume on top of it, and you won’t hear your surroundings at all anymore.

Transparency / Ambient mode puts through the medium and bright sounds at the moments you need – and it does so with ease. Closer conversations are just as easy to follow and as easy as finding the traffic around you. It’s all done naturally; Even when you listen to music at medium volume, the traffic is still hearable and doesn’t sound too metallic.

Furthermore, Earfun Air Pro SV raises a lot of wind noise in ANC and transparency mode. It’s good to have the option to turn off the ANC on earbuds, but as the saying goes – because of their shape, the sound of the wind still beats your music when you’re building a bit of speed. The ANC functions of the Earfun Air Pro SV are sufficient unless you frequently ride a bicycle or exercise with these earbuds.

Does EarFun Air Pro SV Wireless have a good microphone?

The earbud comes with a built-in 6 professional mic for a stunning voice call experience. This microphone provides clear voice during long voice calls. With the mic, the ear tips provide a tight seal between the ear tips and your ear to create a solid passive isolation. As a result, you can hear clear and balanced voice-free sound during phone calls.

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How does EarFun Air Pro SV connect?

The Earfun Air Pro SV earbud come with a most advance Bluetooth 5.2 wireless fast and secure connection. It has max 15 meter of wireless range without obstacles. You can connect the other devices like smartphones, Pcs, TVs and iOS.

In addition, it has includes a SBC and AAC, Bluetooth audio codec. The SBC offers a (slightly) better sampling rate and maximum bitrate than AAC, though it performs worse, especially on Apple devices. This is because AAC uses a superior compression algorithm, and Apple’s phones, tablets, and headphones can run this potentially battery-guzzling codec so efficiently.

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How long does EarFun Air Pro SV battery last?

EarFun Air Pro SV

The Earfun Air Pro SV earbud offers up to 4.5 hours of battery life on a single charge with noise cancellation turned-on. Also, up to 6 hours of battery life on a single charge with noise cancellation turned-off. Means, it gets total 24 hours of listening with multiple charges in the case, supported with USB-C charging and wireless charging.

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Overall, the Earfun Air Pro SV earbud is good option to buy with a most advance QuietSmart™ 2.0 Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation up to 40dB along with Wind-noise Reduction. Which does not let voice come outside and create a perfect noise cancellation. Also, it offers a customize 10mm drivers with 80ms low latency provide a best sound with gaming experience. But you may have to look further when you cycle a lot or are on the phone all day.

What should you get instead of EarFun Air Pro SV Wireless?

boAt Airdopes 500 ANC is a best option to buy against the Earfun Air Pro SV earbuds. Furthermore, it come with a 35dB Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation, Ambient Mode, their custom BEAST (bionic engine and sonic technology) technology low-latency audio experience, Insta Wake ‘N’ pair technology, Bluetooth 5.2 and more.

Monster Clarity 108 ANC is also good option to buy against the Earfun Air Pro SV earbuds. It features an active noise cancellation technology to reduce ambient noise effectively. However, there is also a transparent sound monitoring technology. With that, even without taking off the earbuds, you can easily communicate with people around you. In addition, the Monster Clarity 108 ANC offers IPX5 water and dust proof, Environment noise cancellation mode, fast charge, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and touch controls.

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