We knew Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds review was going to be interesting. A quick google search reveals that either Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds do not work as expected or they are simply out-of-this world and nothing comes close to it.
It’s either of following scenarios – either all of those 5 star reviews on Amazon and Flipkart are paid or we at Gadget Mix are getting a melon every single time.
We are pretty sure most, if not all Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds are defective. They suffer from manufacturing defect and Boom Audio simply does not acknowledges that. They are being backed by a PR team that tries to cover real truth.
On paper, Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds look pretty amazing. You know the usual Bluetooth earbuds deal – Buuetooth 5.0, long battery life, slick design, high bass and much cheaper sticker price. Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds ticks all of these boxes but there is something that is very wrong.
Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds don’t work as expected. As you can see in our Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds review on YouTube, upon pairing with Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, sound comes from only one earbud or sound begins to crack a lot if it decides to send sound to both earbuds.
We thought it might be Android / device issue, so we connected it to our MacBook Air M1. Same issue. Then, we connected it to Avita Essential laptop running latest version of Windows 10, which supports smart Bluetooth pairing. This allows you to connect to nearby Bluetooth devices by simply bringing them close to your computer. Same issue – voice cracks a lot.
Then, we tried it on Apple iPhone 12. Same issue. Clearly, Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds suffers from hardware issue and we are sure the company is well aware of that.
So, yes, the design is great and on paper, Boom Audio Shell True Wireless Earbuds is flawless but when it comes to real life usage and execution, it scores zero. Unfortunate – very.