Xiaomi Redmi Buds 5 Pro Debut Internationally

Redmi Buds 5 Pro

The global market is finally getting the top-end earbuds from Redmi. Originally launched back in November of last year, the Redmi Buds 5 Pro is finally stepping outside the Chinese market.

For those who missed our original launch coverage, the Redmi Buds 5 Pro has two major selling points. One of them is LDAC support, which offers high-quality wireless streaming. The second is 52 dB ANC, which means the earbuds can deliver a fully distraction-free listening experience.

Yes, you can get these from other wireless earbuds that are available in the market. But what really makes the Buds 5 Pro Bluetooth earbuds stand out is that they offer those high-end features and more for just $78.

Main Highlights of the Redmi Buds 5 Pro

Want to know more about the Redmi Buds 5 Pro? Let’s take a quick look at the main highlights of the Bluetooth earbuds:

Hi-Res Wireless Audio

As mentioned earlier, one of the main highlights of the wireless earbuds is the support for the LDAC codec. With this, the earbuds become certified for wireless Hi-Res streaming, offering a sample bit rate of up to 24bit/96kHz. So, you get minimal distortion, and most details of the audio get preserved while streaming.

But the support for a high-end wireless codec won’t mean anything if the Redmi Buds 5 Pro earbuds don’t have a capable driver setup. Well, Xiaomi has kept that in mind. These Bluetooth earbuds feature a coaxial dual driver setup, featuring an 11mm bass driver that has a titanium diaphragm.

Driver setup of Redmi Buds 5 Pro

The secondary driver of the wireless earbuds is a 10 mm piezoelectric ceramic driver. These two make the buds capable of offering precise sound production throughout the entire frequency range. In other words, you get smooth highs, solid lows, and rich mids.

Comfort of Buds 5 Pro

Moreover, the Redmi Buds 5 Pro comes with built-in immersive sound modes. You can get a better experience while watching movies and TV shows with these Bluetooth buds on.

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Enhanced Active Noise Cancellation

The second stand-out feature of the Redmi Buds 5 Pro is the ANC. It can offer an industry-leading 52 dB noise cancellation. With this, the earbuds can make you pretty much tune out of the world and dive straight into your favorite audio playlist.

More importantly, the ANC of the wireless earbuds can cover an ultra-wide frequency range of up to 4 kHz. That means it doesn’t really matter, even if you’re in a very noisy environment.

ANC performance of Buds 5 Pro

You also get full control over the ANC, allowing you to select from three different modes. These modes allow you to tailor the noise cancellation of the Redmi Buds 5 Pro according to the environment you’re in.

Transparency modes of Redmi Buds 5 Pro

In addition, like the high-end earbuds, the Buds 5 Pro earbuds have a Transparency feature. It also has three different modes, allowing you to decide how much of the sound you want the buds to pick up.

Colors of Redmi Buds 5 Pro

Comfort, Connectivity, Calling Performance, and Battery Life of Redmi Buds 5 Pro

The Redmi Buds 5 Pro wireless earbuds don’t skimp on the comfort. They come with an ergonomic design, allowing you to get a secure and comfortable fit. Also, they are equipped with three microphones, letting them pick your voice up with great clarity.

microphone setup of Redmi Buds 5 Pro

As for the battery life, you can get up to 10 hours of runtime out of the buds. And with the charging case, the Buds 5 Pro can deliver up to 38 hours of runtime. Connectivity-wise, wireless earbuds have Bluetooth 5.3, which ensures reliable connections. There’s support for Google Fast Pair as well.

Color options of Buds 5 Pro

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