Realme Buds Review - Real value for money

Realme Buds Review - Real Value for Money 

In a very short time, Realme has gone from being an Oppo sub-brand to make its name in the mobile industry, and this is not an easy feat. This is possible because the company has given value-of-value smartphones.

Realme Buds Review
Realme Buds Review - Real value for money

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The Realme Buds is the company's first pair, which is ultra-affordable wired earphones because the company wants to expand its portfolio in India. At the Cost of Rs 499, the goal of Realme Buds is to offer loud, heavy sound with some thoughtful design elements, including Kevlar security and magnetic earbud.
  • These are bass-heavy earphones that are ideal for genres like Hip-Hop and EDM
  • The earphones come with Kevlar protection and magnets

These phones have given style and performance at affordable prices, so it is only natural that this philosophy extends to other things such as Realme Buds, for example.

If you are an individual who still believes in wired earphones and has not gone on wireless trends, please see our review of the Realme Review below. 

Realme Buds design

During this review, I will reiterate the fact that the value of Realme Buds is Rs 499, for the simple reason that wired earphones feel more premium than that. The look and feel of in-ear headphones will make you feel this way. Most wired areas are covered in a braided tack with safety, which means that the wire is not attractive and will not break easily. 

Kevlar coating also helps keep earphones away from reaching a great extent. Even if you manage to engage them in some magical, mysterious way, it's not easy to open earphones easily.

The top quarter of the wire does not get Kevlar protection. On the right, there is an in-line three-button controller for music playback. The up and down buttons are volume controls, while the middle button can play or stop a song, answer a call or sound assistant. The button lacks that tangibility, the feeling of clicking and pressing down is difficult. 

There is no higher marker on them, so you have to recognize the buttons from memory. Behind the controller, there is a microphone that records your voice with good volume, or so I have been told by the collar at the other end of the phone call.

Another point worth appreciating is the magnets on the earphones, which allows you to attach them together. You will not easily get magnetic earphones in this price range and it helps to ensure that earpieces are not easily attached. And they are a strong magnet, so you do not have to worry about keeping them in your bag.

In addition to magnetic ends, earpieces are mostly plastic. Earbands offer soft and comfortable silicone tips and to offer you the best in-year fitting, you get a couple of ear tips with boxes of different sizes. The ear is a noticeable angular design with tips, which is an angle away from the cover, which makes it easy to fit inside the ear. 

Although it also lets the earphones out and if you want to wear them while you sleep If you are thinking in this then it can be annoying. Between earphones and strings, there is a yellow rubber coating in the connecting point, which keeps them familiar with the new brand of Realme.

Realme Buds performance

Realme Buds are bass-heavy earphones that want to increase bass, so it really flows in your ears. Realme claims 160 percent more bass sound compared to its competition. It's a sensible way to go to the company because there are so many baseheads that want a cheap and simple pair of earphones to listen to bass-heavy tracks.

Realme Buds offers a different V-shaped sound signature with a very tight soundstage. It focuses on bass and treble, with less emphasis on maids or vocal music. Buds get 11 mm drivers inside each earpiece which operate at a frequency between 20 to 20,000 Hz and provide an impedance of 32 ohm.

A song like Bohemian Rhapsody looks great for the first half because it consists mainly of vocals and small musical instruments. The low-end and high-end frequencies of Freddie Mercury get the founder, while the middle boundary is suppressed. When playing guitar, playing drum and tone sounds very fast. 

The musical instruments become very tight and inseparable at the end of the song. Similarly, in music such as blockades by music, there is a noticeable side to deep bass sounds and high-speed electric guitar, so matte. The voice of Bedlam goes to lose his punch until he reaches his trademark high-pitch falsetto.

Kendrick Lamar's humble song is an example of a song that works very well on Realme Bunds. Bass actually punishes a lot through everybody through the song, and Lamar's voice is also clear because there are not many tools involved in it. 

Similarly, in the lyrics like Apna Time Ayega, who is still angry at all, through base powers, while Ranveer Singh's vocals have some clarity, though it is not suppressed.

Should you buy the Realme Buds?

For Rs 499, there are not many brains for anyone looking for an affordable pair of Realme Buds wired earphones. Realme has performed well in offering a low-cost pair of in-head headphones, which manages to get out of the crowd by offering an attractive design that includes a convenient magnetic attachment and a braided Kevlar wire. These are small yet helpful features that are easy and manageable to keep wired earphones.

It is important to keep in mind that Realme Buds has been designed for baseheads, looking for additional thump while listening to styles like Hip-Hop and EDM. Due to a narrow soundstage, these are not the best earphones for those genres that have multiple instruments like rock and jazz. 

Pros Of Realme Buds
  • Excellent design and build quality
  • Three-button remote and microphone work well
  • Can get very loud
  • Well priced for the feature set on offer

Cons Of Realme Buds
  • Rough sound
  • Excessive bass

Ratings (out of 5)
  • Design/ comfort: 4
  • Audio quality: 2.5
  • Value for money: 4
  • Overall: 3.5

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