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Creative Outlier Pro – Classy Looking Earbuds at an Affordable Price!


The Creative Outlier Pro wireless earbuds cost $119 / £84.99, and for that low price, you get all of the features you’d expect from the best wireless earbuds available. The earphones, for example, provide outstanding active noise suppression, making immersive listening simple regardless of your surroundings.

Furthermore, the IPX5 resistance grade of the buds provides strong protection against water splashes, perspiration, and regular wear and tear. This means they’re really adaptable and might make an excellent set of exercise headphones.

With that in mind, the Creative Outlier Pro wireless earphones are extremely comfortable. They don’t hurt the ears during extended listening sessions, and because of their solid, secure grasp, users will have to adjust them, and they never fell out of their ears.

When it comes to the Creative Outlier Pro wireless earphones, bass reigns supreme. While this is wonderful if you’re looking for a chunkier sound, they do wander a touch too far in that extreme. In comparison, the buds’ mids and trebles are missing. As a consequence, it’s all too obvious to detect that the overall sound quality is muddy, with muffled vocals being the main culprit, even if the app’s equalisation is set to highlight voices.

The charging case itself is a bit of a mixed bag. The rounded form and metallic finish are appealing, and owing to a magnetic connection, the buds easily rest in the charging holes. Unfortunately, the plastic box in which the buds are housed is fragile and feels a touch loose when pushed outward There’s minimal chance of it breaking, but it does slightly detract from the charging case’s luxury feel.

Price and Release date

Creative Outlier Pro

The Creative Outlier Pro wireless earphones are now available globally for $119 / £84.99 from Creative’s webshop. That’s a little more than comparable cheap earbuds like the Honor Earbuds 2 Lite. However, it’s offset by longer battery life, more sensitive touch controls, and superb bass production, among other things.


Creative Outlier Pro - Classy Looking Earbuds at an Affordable Price!

The Creative Outlier Pro wireless earphones surely aren’t wanting for design. At first sight, the metallic umber finish, while bright, helps them stand out.

The stemless style of the earbuds may not be as unusual. However, they do have a lovely gloss to them, and their build quality is remarkable for the price.

As previously said, the charging case isn’t great. While the metallic appearance is appealing, the construction quality is very fragile. The case is also a touch bulky, limiting the mobility of the AirPods Pro, for example.

Audio Performance

Creative Outlier Pro

With the Outlier Pro wireless earphones, Creative is clearly aiming at a specific sort of audiophile. No matter your equalizer settings, the buds put bass above all else. And, while they are successful in this aspect, they are not for everyone.

Bass & Treble

The buds excel at bass, but if you want a more well-rounded, clearer sound Whether intentional or not, the bass-heavy soundscape means that these earphones are better suited to certain types of music than others.

If you appreciate music with a high level of adrenaline, such as metalcore, EDM, or pop, the Outlier Pro earphones are ideal. More laid-back or melodic compositions, on the other hand, suffer from the overall dirty sound, and vocals may be lost in the

Hardcore music like Hereafter by Architects, for example, strike extremely hard since the buds focus on the song’s thundering bass and metal-lined rhythms. They’re also a great complement for electronic music: Explosive by The Future Sound of London, for example, is a delight to listen to with the Creative Outlier Pro buds, owing to their ability to make the most of chunkier accompaniment.

Active Noise Cancellation

If these music genres are among your favorites, you may come to appreciate the Creative Outlier Pro wireless earbuds. It also helps that their active noise reduction settings are among the best users have seen in a less expensive pair. With these earphones, you receive ANC that is more than just a marketing ploy.

From cramped office spaces to crowded streets,the ANC was able to successfully filter out most background noises in all circumstances. The Ambient setting, which lets in enough sound to keep you more aware of your surroundings, is also excellent. Ambient is great if you’re in the city and need to be aware of crowds and incoming vehicles.

Battery life & Connectivity


The battery life of the Creative Outlier Pro is amazing for the price. With ANC turned off, you’ll get about 15 hours out of a single charge, with the charging case adding an additional 45 hours for a total of 60 hours of gameplay before the case itself has to be charged. Enabling ANC reduces this to 10 hours on a single charge and 40 hours with the charging case, but that’s still rather good for a relatively inexpensive pair of earbuds.

The final point to mention is connection. Connecting the buds to numerous devices, including a smartphone and a game console. In every case, pairing through Bluetooth 5.2 was quick and painless. When you transfer the buds from the charging case to your ears after the first connection, they will instantly connect to your linked smartphone.

However, the comparatively long time it takes for the Creative earbuds to join left us a little underwhelmed. It’s only a few seconds slower than other buds on average. However, it’ll be obvious if you’ve previously used faster-pairing Bluetooth earphones.

However, once connected, there were no problems with continuing connectivity. The earphones never dropped their connection or unexpectedly paused as a result of background noise. As a result, you can be confident that the Creative Outlier Pro wireless earbuds will enable you to listen to your favorite music and podcasts without interruptions.


The Creative Outlier Pro wireless earbuds aren’t going to change the world of cheap buds, but they do have a fantastic bass profile, a long battery life, a comfortable fit, and superb active noise cancellation. These buds aren’t for everyone, especially if you want your earphones to have a more balanced sound. However, if you enjoy bass, the Creative Outlier Pro wireless earphones are a good backup pair of buds.

Though turning ANC on isn’t much of degradation, either. If you want to utilize active noise cancellation to shut out the sounds around you, you’ll still get about 10 hours from a single charge and a total of 40 hours with the charging case.

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