Klipsch T5 True Wireless review

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  • Klipsch T5 True Wireless
  • Klipsch T5 True Wireless

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date April 22, 2019
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Pocket-lint

Wire-free earphones with stunning sound

from Pocket-lint

We've been pretty blown away by the impact of the sound and the detail offered by these in-ears. You'll struggle to find anything with the punch and dynamic sound on offer elsewhere at this price point.

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We've been pretty blown away by the impact of the sound and the detail offered by these in-ears. You'll struggle to find anything with the punch and dynamic sound on offer elsewhere at this price point.

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RTINGS

A decent option for people looking for wireless headphones

from RTINGS

Just okay for mixed usage. These headphones have a very long stalk design that enters the ear quite deeply, which isn't the most comfortable to wear for long periods of time. They also have an exciting, V-shaped sound profile if you get a good fit, which won't satisfy critical listeners who are l...More

Just okay for mixed usage. These headphones have a very long stalk design that enters the ear quite deeply, which isn't the most comfortable to wear for long periods of time. They also have an exciting, V-shaped sound profile if you get a good fit, which won't satisfy critical listeners who are looking for a neutral sound. They're also only rated IPX4, which isn't that great for sports. They can have decent isolation performance with a good fit and their 8-hour battery life on a single charge is what makes them stand apart.

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Gear Hungry

Stylish design, great sound

from Gear Hungry

With a stylish and vintage-inspired design, the Klipsch T5 promises to be a lot better than the AirPods. It guarantees a dynamic sound profile that will have you dancing to the beat in no time. It has a great battery life and an attractive charging case, too.

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With a stylish and vintage-inspired design, the Klipsch T5 promises to be a lot better than the AirPods. It guarantees a dynamic sound profile that will have you dancing to the beat in no time. It has a great battery life and an attractive charging case, too.

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Headphone Dungeon

Suave and satisfying

from Headphone Dungeon

Klipsch lands a solid hit with the T5. It’s not so good as to pose a threat to models above $200, but it’s good enough to make you consider spending the extra $40 over a cheaper option. The sound quality is on point, the battery life is great, and it doesn’t look bad either! The fit may mak...More

Klipsch lands a solid hit with the T5. It’s not so good as to pose a threat to models above $200, but it’s good enough to make you consider spending the extra $40 over a cheaper option. The sound quality is on point, the battery life is great, and it doesn’t look bad either! The fit may make or break the T5 for some, and they’re not the most rugged option. But a solid choice nonetheless.

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MajorHifi

Great balance of sound, beautiful design

from MajorHifi

The Klipsch T5 True Wireless is a great product. I love its design and I have nothing bad to say about it’s sound, which is good. It punches above its weight class with an MSRP of $199.

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The Klipsch T5 True Wireless is a great product. I love its design and I have nothing bad to say about it’s sound, which is good. It punches above its weight class with an MSRP of $199.

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Android Guys

Fantastic fit, better battery life, but not enough bass

from Android Guys

If you’re looking for a pair of Bluetooth headphones with unmatched comfort and fantastic battery life, look no further. The Klipsch T5 Sport delivers on both fronts. On the other hand, if you’re hoping for a pair of bass-heavy workout buds, you’ll need to look elsewhere. That’s the one a...More

If you’re looking for a pair of Bluetooth headphones with unmatched comfort and fantastic battery life, look no further. The Klipsch T5 Sport delivers on both fronts. On the other hand, if you’re hoping for a pair of bass-heavy workout buds, you’ll need to look elsewhere. That’s the one area I feel Klipsch comes up short with the T5 Sport buds. 

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PCWorld

Eye-catching design, great battery life

from PCWorld

$349 might get you a set of slick-looking earbuds, plenty of battery life and a charger case that’s unlike anything else out there, but it doesn’t buy you perfection.

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$349 might get you a set of slick-looking earbuds, plenty of battery life and a charger case that’s unlike anything else out there, but it doesn’t buy you perfection.

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Good Gear Guide

Striking design that stumbles when the basics

from Good Gear Guide

While I applaud the distinct approach and sense of style that Klipsch have brought to their first effort in the category, it feels like they’ve fumbled on a lot of the basics. That’s a shame. Despite the handful of years between now and the day Apple declared the headphone jack dead, the tru...More

While I applaud the distinct approach and sense of style that Klipsch have brought to their first effort in the category, it feels like they’ve fumbled on a lot of the basics. That’s a shame. Despite the handful of years between now and the day Apple declared the headphone jack dead, the true wireless category has already become far more homogenous than I’d like it to be. Fundamentally, I want to see more true wireless earbuds that look like the Klipsch T5s.

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What Hi-Fi

Rugged and sonically clean, but competition at this level is stiff

A great-looking pair of true wireless buds – but connection and fit issues, plus the tough competition at this level, means they don’t get the full five stars.

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A great-looking pair of true wireless buds – but connection and fit issues, plus the tough competition at this level, means they don’t get the full five stars.

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JimsReviewRoom

They sound quite good

from JimsReviewRoom

Overall, these earphones from my assessment is good and executes the audio in a very well balanced manner.  If that floats your boat, I highly recommend these. By themselves, they sound really good. But time and time again, listening to other competitors back to back, I can sense the ever to sub...More

Overall, these earphones from my assessment is good and executes the audio in a very well balanced manner.  If that floats your boat, I highly recommend these. By themselves, they sound really good. But time and time again, listening to other competitors back to back, I can sense the ever to subtle differences… and those competitors have a little more sparkle, a bit more detail, slightly wider soundstage.

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