Tribit QuietPlus 78 Review : A New Budget ANC Headphone King?

Tribit QuietPlus 78 Review
Tribit QuietPlus 78 Review
Tribit QuietPlus 78 Review

Tribit QuietPlus 78 wireless earbuds have been gaining popularity in the audio market for their high-quality sound, long battery life, and comfortable design.

These earbuds are designed to provide an immersive audio experience and are perfect for users looking for an affordable alternative to high-end earbuds.

We will take an in-depth look at the design, sound quality, connectivity and controls, battery life, and price of this product. We will also compare them with similar earbuds in the market and evaluate their performance.

Tribit QuietPlus 78 Review
Tribit QuietPlus 78 Review

Design and Build of Tribit Quietplus 78

The Tribit Quietplus 78, I think this was a pretty impressive headphone for its price of about $60.
The Tribit Quietplus 78 also comes with a hard carrying pouch, which is awesome and definitely a step up compared to the soft pouch of the 50.

Holding the new headphones in my hand, it definitely feels a little bit weightier, and it has a very nice dense feeling. Headphones’ material is the hard plastic type but has very high quality and smooth finish overall.

If I am ever blindfolded and feel these headphones on my hands, I definitely cannot tell that these are a budget range of headphones.

And You can feel that there should be quite a lot of technology inside these headphones. On the headphones’ sides, you get the nice Tribit branding there in a stealthy gloss black.

And The entire plate at the side actually feels like it is made of metal and surrounding nice silver chamfered finish so on the right headphone.

Tribit Quietplus 78 review
Tribit Quietplus 78 review

A stupid step back from the Tribit Quietplus 50 is you get a micro USB charging here.

The band of the Quietplus 78 is also very sturdy and even flexing it out to simulate that I have big hits, there are really no creaks or cracks, which is an indication that these are fantastically built headphones.

The cups of the headphones are also really soft not the memory foam type of cups but very comfortable foam, and the cups itself is not removable so you can’t swap them out if they are worn down.

Controls and Connectivity of Tribit Quietplus 78

You get all the controls for your media control so starting from the top you get the volume up control which also acts as the skip forward button, if you hold on to it in the middle you get a multi-function button to play or pause your media or pick up phone calls and below that you get the volume down button and also to skip tracks backward.

Below you will find ANC toggle and ambient mode control so you can toggle between ANC off low high as well as the ambient mode.

Next to that, you get a 3.5mm jack so you can use your headphones even if the battery is dead.

Ultimately the headphones take about 3 hours to fully charge from zero and although that seems like a long time the headphones provide you with 30 hours of continuous playback time.

And even if you run out of juice you can still plug it into the 3.5mm cable and run them like traditional wired headphones but you’ll lose the ANC function.

Features of Tribit Quietplus 78

For a mid-range pair of ANC headphones, this is definitely very impressive so the Quietplus 78 gives you most of the modern features you come to expect from modern headphones the headphones feature a Bluetooth 5.0 chipset.

No Qualcomm mentioned here this time but the headphones do support both AAC as well as SBC audio codec.

Similar to the Quietplus 50s I don’t see anywhere specifying that the headphones are IP rated so maybe try not to use this in places where you will get them wet but a little sweating will not kill the headphones.

Similar to the QuietPlus 50s the 78s also supports multi-point connectivity so you can connect the headphones up to two devices and you can seamlessly swap audio between them listening to music on your laptop and it will swap over automatically to your phone when you get a phone call so pretty awesome stuff there.

Sound Quality of Tribit QuietPlus 78

40mm dynamic driver definitely pumps out some impressive sound. Based on these are tight and punchy but I think comparing it to QuietPlus 50 may not be as strong as QuietPlus 50.

This on the other hand sounds a little bit more refined, sounds a lot more clarity and vocal controls are also really solid with no muffling or jumbling.

So far everything sounds nice and polished the sound stage is nice and wide on its headphone and does feel like the speakers are floating above your ears but since ANC headphones are all closed back.

You don’t get that every pressure less feeling of open backs. Overall as a pair of mid-tier ANC headphones these really sound quite amazing.

ANC in Tribit QuietPlus 78

ANC on the Tribit QuietPlus 78 is pretty decent for its price point, and the cups themselves do give you pretty good passive isolation and without any music playing, I would say it does a great job with lowering low harming noise.

But does let some high pitch chatters in which is typical to most ANC headphones at this price point but you can’t quite compare this performance to what you get with Bose and Sony.

I noticed the Tribit Quietplus 50 tries to adjust the ANC a little when you move your hit about even tilting your head to a source of noise actually changes the signature of the ANC which is a little hit and miss for me on the 50.

You get variable ANC levels to adjust according to your needs and another advantage over the 50s, The addition of ambient mode which very subtly amplifies the surrounding sound but not overly unnatural so it is a really nice additional feature to have on these headphones when using these headphones.

I would say it cuts off about 75% of ambient noise when at an ANC high and about 50% when in ANC low. The sound quality of the Tribit headphones always never disappoints.

Call Quality of Tribit QuietPlus 78

Call quality on these headphones is also very impressive and generally gets your voice through in quiet and noisy environments.

Similar to the QuietPlus 50 I think the headphones don’t reduce ambient noise too much but your voice still comes through extremely clear. Don’t expect a studio grade performance from these but these will fulfil your daily needs.

How does the Tribit QuietPlus 78 compare to the competition?

Compared to similar earbuds in the market, this model provides a strong combination of sound quality, connectivity, and features at an affordable price. Here is how it compares to some of its competitors:

  • Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 earbuds are similar to the Tribit QuietPlus 78 earbuds in terms of sound quality and features but are slightly more expensive. The Liberty Air 2 earbuds provide slightly better noise isolation but have a bulkier design that may not be as comfortable as the Tribit QuietPlus 78 earbuds.
  • JBL Free X earbuds are slightly more expensive than the Tribit QuietPlus 78 earbuds and have similar sound quality and features. However, the JBL Free X earbuds have a bulkier design and may not be as comfortable as the Tribit QuietPlus 78 earbuds. Also, the battery life on the JBL Free X earbuds is slightly shorter than the Tribit QuietPlus 78 earbuds.
  • TaoTronics SoundSurge 60 earbuds are similarly priced tо the Tribit QuietPlus 78 earbuds provide similar sound quality and features. The battery life on the TaoTronics SoundSurge 60 earbuds is slightly shorter than the Tribit QuietPlus 78 earbuds, and the earbuds may not be as comfortable as the others.

This product’s earbuds provide a strong value proposition compared to similar earbuds in the market. They offer a balanced combination of sound quality, connectivity, and features at an affordable price, making them a great choice for users looking for a budget-friendly audio solution.


Overall I think these headphones are quite a step up from the Tribit QuietPlus 50. The only funny downside is the micro USB on these headphones. Not the biggest problem for some people; if that doesn’t bother you, these are fantastic valued headphones for you.

Amongst these affordable, feature-rich, full-sized Bluetooth headphones with ANC, you really can’t make a bad decision.

It will come down to what’s most important to you. None lack in sound quality, though the associated app for the Soundcore Q30 allows you to tweak the sound to your preference.

They all integrate with your Bluetooth devices, though I give the nod here to JBL for their enhanced hands-free voice control of all major digital assistants.

All offer acceptable clarity for making and taking phone calls.

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