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If you are in New York sitting listening to music and eating your lunch, then yes you want it blocked out. But when you are jogging and are about to cross the track, then you probably don't want the train noise blocked out. I don't think this tech exists accept in the AI. Realm.
Cipherking
· September 8, 2021
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Any noise you hear while eating or from your jaw joints is being conducted directly through your head. These will only filter acoustic noise.
Pierre
· January 4, 2021
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The same is happening to me. I just bough my Tozo earphones and when I put the in the case, the left earbud turns on and starts trying to pair. It seems like a hardware problem because if I move my charger the left earbud starts turning on and off.
Rodri
· October 22, 2021
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When you take them out of the case, neither Transparency mode nor ANC mode is on, according to their user guide. Tap the left earpiece once to go to transparency mode, then again to go to ANC mode. After that, tapping switches between ANC and transparency mode. You can't turn off both modes without returning the earbud… see more When you take them out of the case, neither Transparency mode nor ANC mode is on, according to their user guide. Tap the left earpiece once to go to transparency mode, then again to go to ANC mode. After that, tapping switches between ANC and transparency mode. You can't turn off both modes without returning the earbuds to the case. see less When you take them out of the case, neither Transparency mode nor ANC mode is on, according to their user guide. Tap the left earpiece once to go to transparency mode, then again to go to ANC mode. After that, tapping switches between ANC and transparency mode. You can't turn off both modes without returning the earbuds to the case.
Lynette Schafer
· November 10, 2020
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It is Bluetooth so I expect that any Bluetooth device will communicate.
Gary D. Roy
· November 1, 2020
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The noise cancellation option is incredible! In fact, for safety, you need to be aware of your surroundings when on noise cancellation because you will hear almost nothing than your music.
Titus Lyaruu
· November 17, 2020
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18 months. Must register product. Instructions in box.
MH
· September 26, 2020
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Eugene
· August 24, 2020
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Make sure that they are facing the right way. I had mine (T10s) hanging down rather than up and had the same problem. When I turned them upward, no problems.
Thomas Humbach
· March 21, 2021
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Sure you can, but you will lose certain functionality. For one, active noise cancellation does not work (per the instructions). Depending on which earpiece you use you will lose out on the functions associated with the other earpiece. For instance, the left earpiece controls volume down, previous track, etc ... and the… see more Sure you can, but you will lose certain functionality. For one, active noise cancellation does not work (per the instructions). Depending on which earpiece you use you will lose out on the functions associated with the other earpiece. For instance, the left earpiece controls volume down, previous track, etc ... and the right controls volume up, next track, etc ... However the phone functions are the same on each earpiece. see less Sure you can, but you will lose certain functionality. For one, active noise cancellation does not work (per the instructions). Depending on which earpiece you use you will lose out on the functions associated with the other earpiece. For instance, the left earpiece controls volume down, previous track, etc ... and the right controls volume up, next track, etc ... However the phone functions are the same on each earpiece.
JimK
· June 4, 2020