I've been using Soundcore, a model around $45. They connect consistently, are comfortable, have good battery life, and work well with my Android phone. In my view, spending money on wireless earbuds is about basic durability and usability, not on high fidelity. These tick off those boxes. Plus, no heartache if they get lost. $45, no biggie.
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Thanks hilde, I hear you. But I'm sure there has to be something better for not too much money. Not high fidelity for sure, but maybe medium fidelity? Maybe someone will chime in with a winner. Doesn't have to be earbuds per se, maybe some good portable closed backs that will stay on your head well enough.
If you can stretch a little the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 would offer top-notch sound quality, at least for TWS earbuds. But both the Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro and TRN T300 offer DD and BA drivers at less than half the price of the Senns and likely sound very good as well. Doubt you’d be disappointed with any of them — just depends on form factor and how much you want to spend. Anyway, for sound quality these are the three I’d look at FWIW. Best of luck.
I like the Raycon IEM’s. Very high quality and they come with five different sizes of ear cups for a superior fit. Once charged they last several days and come in a variety of colors.