Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro, the definitive cheap headphones?

Active noise cancellation for everyone

There are many True Wireless type headphones that already exist on the market, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. There are high-end models such as the AirPods Pro from Apple or the latest from Sony that offer great sound quality and differentiated features such as user experience or noise cancellation systems that are all a reference. Of course, at prices that not everyone is willing to pay.

Then there are other models where you have to assume certain commitments if you don’t want the amount to be paid for them to skyrocket. Xiaomi’s proposals have entered that selection of cheaper headphones many times, but now they are willing to give a little guiding twist to the subject with the Redmi Buds 3 Pro.

These headphones that have been in China for a while have been announced globally, so you can soon get one of them if they convince you. Although if you have already tried any of the models released previously, at least for design and comfort of use, they should. But that is not the main or great attraction of this new option that you will soon have at your fingertips.

The new Redmi Buds 3 Pro will stand out mainly for two aspects compared to a good part of its competition: autonomy and noise cancellation. Yes, two aspects that in the end are the ones that can weigh the most when acquiring one or the other option along with the sound quality itself.

According to Xiaomi, these in-ear and True Wireless headphones will have a autonomy of almost 30 hours, a quantity far superior to the majority of current proposals. This is achieved thanks to a case that, while maintaining a fairly compact size, allows a few extra charge cycles to reach that figure.

On the other hand, the evolution that the brand has been making in its noise cancellation system through the experience gathered with past proposals seems to allow it to reach up to 35 dB less. That is, a fairly important external noise cancellation that can be adjusted, yes, with three different modes.

This will undoubtedly be one of the great attractions, because until now being able to opt for an active noise cancellation system was something basically limited to high-end models if you wanted it to be really effective. Here it seems that it will not be like that and if you have a Xiaomi or Redmi terminal you can also enjoy the advantages that an AI will provide to adjust the headphones according to the scenarios that it will be able to detect. An eye-catching feature to add value to your own product ecosystem.

Price and design Xiaomi

As you may have seen from the images, the Redmi Buds 3 Pro maintain that aesthetic so characteristic of Xiaomi. That is to say, they are a well-designed, aesthetic product, available in black and white and with interesting details such as the USB C charging connector, the possibility of recovering its maximum autonomy also through the wireless charging, IPX4 protection and Bluetooth 5.2 connection.

If to all this we add those aforementioned characteristics of active noise cancellation, it is possible that we are facing one of the most complete and attractive options on the market by price. Because the 45 euros And that is quite a cheap amount for a product with such characteristics.

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