The Tranya B530 are dual-master truly wireless Bluetooth 5 earbuds that boast IPX5 (sweat and splashing,) and theoretically 64 hours of playtime per case charge (or 8 hours per earbud charge.)
Fast charging of the earbuds means that putting them in the charging case for 10 minutes will get you an hour of playtime. Charging for about an hour and 40 minutes appears to take them from dead to topped off.
The Tranya B530 earbuds are extremely comfortable for me, your ears may vary in comfort of course.
The dual master feature means you can connect to the left, or the right, and whichever one connects will control the other. Alternately you can just pull one out and pop it on if you want to listen to mono or are more used to talking to someone on a single speaker phone than dual earphones.
After talking on a single unit pull the other one out and bam, you’re in stereo again within a couple of seconds.
Of course it’s got AptX, why do people even ask? You’ll need to make sure it’s a codec that’s enabled and selected on your phone, or you’ll be potentially be using meh quality which most people are from what I can tell.
Tranya B530 initial impressions
I’ve tried a whole lot of headphones and earbuds in my time. These are in the top five for fit, but I don’t feel like I’m getting the advertised 10 meter range, not that I have ever considered the ability to go past 10 feet or so a requirement for my earbuds, but I noticed a cutout at about 20 feet.
The bass is touted heavily on their product pages. I’m not getting it. This may be because of the earbud fit which seems far too comfortable. The buds sound like someone said “let’s make everything treble perfect” and succeeded and forgot about the bass.
Now, the bass is good, don’t get me wrong, but it’s your standard emulated bass at least from what I’m hearing.
Music is enjoyable, trying to remember what earbud to tap to do what, not so much, but then again if I keep using them I think I’ll get it in a bit. Different tap patterns than another unit I did, perhaps operator confusion here.
For inexpensive earbuds, they’re pretty good. They definitely win my “most wearable” award, which doesn’t really exist but they are comfy. The lack of ability to customize the bass profile, combined with Tranya’s unique settings, mean you’re going to love it or hate it and there’s no quick and dirty way to modify it.
My advice on it, get them, try it, don’t like it, return it. If you’re not the kind to return anything ever, wait on it.