The Grado GT220 wireless earbuds review will be divided into three parts. Firstly I will explain what are the differences between these two brands of headphones? How does a true wireless earbud differ from a wired one? Finally, will this new model from Grado please the majority of consumers?

Grado GT220 Wireless Earbuds Review

In this Grado GT220 Wireless Earbud Review, we will be looking at how true wireless earbud technology works. We will look at two different models of the said technology, the Grado GT 220 Active Noise Cancelling earbud headphones and the Grado GT 220 passive noise cancellation ones. In this part, we will examine the passive noise cancellation part of the earbud. While the active noise cancellation component of these headphones has been around for some time now, it is still relatively new to most consumers. With this being the case, it is quite expected that many of these new devices will have to face an inferior in the popularity department to their predecessors. After all, this is the same company that brought us the excellent Grado Wireless Headphones with excellent passive noise cancellation properties.

As I mentioned at the beginning of this Grado GT 220 Wireless Earbud Review, we will now look at the key features of the two brands. Both of them are equipped with such key features as voice control via google assistant, water resistance, and the ability to use your pulse rate monitor. In this section, we will look at how these three features are beneficial to you.

If you are looking for a truly wireless set of earbuds, you should take a close look at the Grado GT 220 Wireless Earbud. This is largely due to the superior audio performance that they offer. The impressive audio performance of the Grado brand has earned them the respect of top industry professionals. They offer true wireless earbuds that are a comfortable fit and easy to use.

In addition to the comfortable fit and long battery life, I find another of the unique aspects of the Grado GT 220 Wireless Earbud Review to be their exceptional sound quality. The sound is clear and crisp. They are not overly tinny nor do they have a sibilance that can be bothersome to the ear. I have taken several sets of these wireless earbuds out on a sunny day and they produce an exceptional sound almost like you were sitting next to speakers just off the side of a building. The audio performance is clearly above average.

Grado GT220 Wireless Earbuds Review

The only negative to me regarding the Grado GT220 Wireless Earbud Review is the simple lack of EQ settings. They don't offer you much in the way of volume control. If you need more of a bass boost or an equalizer then you will likely have to look to some other brand. But, even with those features, the Grado GT220 Wireless earbuds produced a brilliant sound quality throughout the entire duration of my testing. They kept me from wanting to switch over to something else during quiet phone conversations. They held my attention long enough for me to make the decision to keep the set-up going until I was ready to go to sleep.

The last characteristic that I find to be excellent about the Grado GT 220 Wireless earbud headphones is that they are quite compact. While it might not be big enough for you to wear them while running, hiking, or carrying your laptop around, this is small enough to slip into your bag for a quick workout or meeting with your friends. This, along with the impressive bass and clarity, makes them a great choice for exercising and even for working out at home. When you compare these headphones to competitors like Google Assistant and Apple Airplay, the Grado's price becomes even more affordable.

Final Words

The final thing that I want to highlight is that these in-ear hearing devices are extremely durable. The included car charger even offers an extra level of life. While I haven't had any issues with durability in general, the included car charger really came in handy during one intense session of my yoga session. While I didn't have any water-resistant problems, I would recommend that you turn off the water-resistant setting if you're going to be exercising outdoors for an extended period of time.

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