Tranya T20 Review : Affordable fully wireless earbuds perfect for calls


Personally, I have recently been participating in more and more web conferences and communicating with overseas staff using my smartphone instead of a computer.

Since I didn't have any fully wireless earphones with a microphone on hand, I wanted something with a microphone for work, so I bought it without a second thought.

As a result, it was quite easy to hear voices and the microphone performance was sufficient and quite cost-effective.

The headphones I usually listen to music with are in the 30,000 yen range, so naturally they are not enough for listening to music, but I think they can be used for both listening to music and meetings for those who often take calls or hold meetings at work.

Considering that these are fully wireless earbuds with a microphone for under 10,000 yen, I think they are an excellent product!

Here are some details about Tranya's T20.

Basic Specs

Let's take a look at the basic specifications of the Tranya T20.
But this area can be found on the product page, so let's take a quick look!

Continuous use time (earphones only) 8 hours
Maximum use time (including case) 40 hours
Product Weight
Earphone weight 4.4g (one ear)
Playback frequency 20Hz ~ 20kHz
Supported codecs SBC / AAC
Waterproof specification IPX7
Charging USB typeC

We appreciate that the battery lasts longer than other Tranya earbuds.
The earbuds are lightweight, and I am glad that they do not hurt my ears even if I use them for long periods of time.

I'm also personally quite happy that I can use type C for charging!
I don't like having to use all kinds of cables to charge my stuff!


Let's check what is included in Tranya T20.

  • Sticker
  • User's Manual
  • Case
  • Main body of earphone
  • 6 earpieces
  • Charging cable

First, when you open the lid, you will find a sticker and an instruction manual.


Instruction Manual

When you take these out, you will find a case containing the main body of the earphones and six types of earpieces.
I think most products come with three types of earpieces, so having six different types is great for finding the perfect earpieces for you!

Below the earpieces is the charging cable.

Unfortunately, the cable alone does not contain the charger itself, so you will have to charge the battery by utilizing a USB connection or another charger.

Small, unobtrusive, and not tiring to use for long periods of time.

The earphones are extremely light, weighing 4.4g per ear.
Thanks to this, they do not hurt at all even if you wear them in your ears for a long time.

Even a cat can carry them with ease!

I purchased these earphones for web conferencing and making phone calls with my smartphone, so it is very important for me to be able to wear them for long periods of time without getting tired.

The case is also very compact, and compared to a business card case, it is almost the same size, just a little thicker.

So it's perfect for people who don't want them to get in the way when they use them at work!

Recommended for meetings as it is easy to hear people's voices

This is exactly why I bought these earphones, but I bought them for web conferencing and calls with my smartphone rather than for listening to music.

The T20 has two microphones, one on each side of the earbuds, which are very sensitive, and it also has a noise-canceling feature for calls.
This makes it very easy to hear what the other person is saying, making it a good earphone for conversation.
The price is reasonable, so if you are not able to afford airpods pro, I would recommend you to consider this earphone.

Not enough for listening to music

While the earphones originally attached to smartphones may be sufficient for those who use them, I usually listen to music using headphones priced at over 30,000 yen.
Therefore, my impression is that it is basically insufficient for listening to music.
However, there is too much difference in price, so I am not sure if this is a fair evaluation.

The bass range seems weak, as the voices are easier to hear.
However, this is well addressed by the BASE BOOST mode for listening to music.

If you set it to normal mode for web conferencing and calls, and to BASS BOOST when listening to music, you will be able to enjoy music quite a bit, so I want to use it for music as well! If you are one of those people, don't worry!

Of course, if you are particular about sound and use good earphones on a regular basis like I do, you should be aware that you may find them lacking!


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