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Tranya Nova Lite Review

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Tranya Nova Lite earbuds

Tranya Nova Lite are great earbuds for anyone looking for a full package at $50. But, while they’re perfect for students and commuters, they’re less suitable for sportspeople. Learn what we’ve found out in our 9-category test.

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Our Conclusion

Tranya Nova Lite offer a lot for little money. Good sound, effective ANC, excellent call quality, fully customizable controls and EQ, Game Mode, Bluetooth multipoint, and many more.

Naturally, for around $50, you can’t expect perfection. But again, at this price, it’s hard to complain. I can easily recommend them to students and commuters who want a budget solution.

Of course, I have some grime with the Nova Lite. Read the full review to find out what I’m talking about.

Tranya Nova Lite side view
Side-view of me wearing Tranya Nova Lite true wireless earbuds.

Pros & Cons:

  • Sound needs some EQ tweaks to become good
  • Active noise cancelling performance rivals earbuds twice the price
  • Mobile app with lots of customization options
  • Good 6.5-hour battery life and Qi wireless support
  • Bluetooth multipoint & Game mode support
  • Great call quality regardless of the environmental noise
  • Mediocre passive isolation means you need to use ANC
  • Buggy firmware is causing volume & tuning changes
  • Unnecessary fullscreen ads in the mobile app

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    Our Analysis and Test Results

    Our tests showed that the Tranya Nova Lite offer excellent “intelligent” active noise cancellation and ambient sound mode for their price (50 dollars). On the other hand, passive noise isolation could be better.

    Audio quality could also be better if they avoided boosting the 6kHz region, which you can’t tweak using their in-app EQ.

    Sound

    Star Rating
    3.5 Almost Great

    Tranya Nova Lite have a boxy sound with a noticeable bass boost and hollow-sounding vocals. Custom EQ helps a lot but can’t quite save the earbuds from their saturated tuning. But beware of using the Tranya audio app.

    Key points:

    • Bassy, kind of boxy sound with thin vocals out of the box.
    • More balanced sound signature after applying equalizer settings.
    • The soundstage is averagely wide, while the imaging is pretty accurate but with a few blurry spots near the center channel.

    Check our Tranya Nova Lite A/B sound test

    Tranya Nova Lite Sound Quality Test – HeadphonesAddict

    When using their default audio settings, their sound is very muted and overly bassy—so much so that it veils the midrange. Fortunately, customizing EQ settings provides a much better result.

    However, there’s a hump around 6kHz that you can’t reduce, and it affects the overall tuning of the Nova Lite.

    Bass: Muffled but much better after EQ

    By default, the bass sounds undistinctive and muffled. There’s too much energy in it, and it bleeds into the midrange.

    Lowering the frequencies below 125Hz in the equalizer reduces the stress on the 12mm dynamic driver so it can play the audio in a slightly more controlled way.

    Suddenly, the bass feels more nuanced and smoother, great for listening to any music genre you want. Even metal, although double pedals could’ve sounded tighter to be more enjoyable.

    Tranya Nova Lite frequency response

    Tranya Nova Lite measurement
    Earbuds sound somewhat balanced from a laptop. However, using the mobile app and changing ANC modes makes the sound go wild.

    Learn how to read and understand our frequency response graphs.

    Midrange: Quite balanced (after EQ)

    Midrange frequencies are quite problematic out of the box. There’s a strong bass presence, which adds a ton of warmth and muddiness.

    Fortunately, applying our custom EQ settings helps the mids to breathe and sound more balanced. Male vocals start to sound great, while the females remain a bit thin due to the 6kHz hump.

    In order to mitigate that 6kHz hump, you can slightly reduce the 4kHz. That also eats away some of the loudness from electric guitars, but to reduce a kind of boxy, shouty sound, that’s a worthy sacrifice.

    Treble: Nicely shimmery but could be more textured

    Treble frequencies sound clear and shimmery, especially when you boost them in the app’s EQ. Increasing the 8kHz and 16kHz adds clarity and air, which nicely balances out the bass.

    That said, there isn’t much detail behind the shimmer, so while cymbal crashes sound pleasant, you can’t quite hear the sizzle of the vibrating metal that more premium earbuds can achieve.

    It’s worth mentioning that the earbuds’ volume is all over the place. Even at 10-20%, they’re already pretty loud, sometimes almost unbearably. It’s probably a firmware issue, as I haven’t tested any earbuds that would act like this.

    Have a listen to how our custom equalizer settings sound next to the default sound and other sound profiles:

    Tranya Nova Lite Custom EQ & Presets – HeadphonesAddict

    The soundstage is pretty big but could use more details to make its size more apparent. Nevertheless, you never feel like the sound is trapped in your head.

    Moreover, the imaging is pretty good but has a few blurry spots in the center and left and right channels where you can’t quite pinpoint where the sounds are coming from.

    Sound glitch causing irregular loudness

    Earbuds suffer from a strange audio glitch that affects loudness. Firstly, they’re somehow already really loud at 20% volume. Secondly, their sound mutes and becomes less congested when you enable some of the ANC modes, either using touch controls or via the app.

    Furthermore, opening the app and fiddling with equalizer settings makes earbuds forget their original tuning. Since there’s no “Default Sound” button to press on, you’re stuck with whichever EQ preset you pick.

    This has to be a software glitch that I hope Tranya can soon fix, as it not only makes these earbuds difficult to test but also annoying to use.

    Sound Comparison

    My conclusion

    Overall, for $50 (the Canadian Amazon entry price), Tranya Nova Lite earbuds aren’t too shabby. If you could reduce the 6kHz hump, they would’ve been excellent for the price.

    I hope Tranya fixes the volume issue, as it really hurts the user experience. I advise you to try our custom EQ settings and customize them further based on your taste.

    Also check other:

    Comfort & Fit

    Star Rating
    4.0 Great

    Tranya Nova Lite have an elegant AirPods-like design that fits comfortably in your ears but can’t securely hold the earbuds. That’s why sportspeople might need to look elsewhere.

    The Nova Lite’s ergonomic design is almost identical to the EarFun Air 2, except that the Tranyas have a slightly shorter stem. That makes them similarly very comfortable.

    The packaging holds 3 pairs of silicone ear tips, which come in an oval instead of circular shape. That better contours the ear canal shape, so you feel less in-ear pressure. The latter never evolves into pain.

    Tranya Nova Lite ear tips
    Tranya Nova Lite use oval ear tips compared to circular on the EarFun Air 2.

    However, while you can wear Tranya Nova Lite all day, they could’ve provided a more stable fit.

    When I tested them, they fell out of my ears after just a few head swings.

    That makes them less suitable for gym-goers and outdoor sportspeople who don’t want to lose them in the middle of the road (they are hard to find due to their beige/cream color).

    Comfort and fit during activities:

    • Commuting: Comfortable for hours, no irritation.
    • Exercising: Passable for lighter workouts like weightlifting but not jumping.
    • Running: Earbuds would bounce in your ears and slowly push out of your ears.

    Compared to other similar models

    Tranya Nova Lite are the most similar to EarFun Air 2 and Air S, although the latter are slightly better at stability.

    Durability

    Star Rating
    3.5 Almost Great

    Tranya Nova Lite are built to withstand sweat and rain but not pouring water (IPX5). They’re overall sturdy, but their glossy exterior gets scratched easily.

    Tranya Nova Lite sweat resistance
    Tranya Nova Lite can easily withstand sweat, thanks to the IPX5 rating.
    Housing materialPlastic, glossy finish
    Eartip materialSilicone
    Official water resistanceIPX5
    Official dust resistanceNone

    Nova Lite are rated for an IPX5, which makes them sweatproof and water-resistant to use in the rain but not underwater. Even taking them under the showers isn’t advisable.

    Nonetheless, you can take them to the gym or for an outdoor walk without fear of injury from sweat or a summer storm.

    How did they feel in my hands?

    Nova Lite have an AirPods-like shape with a long stem that pushes the microphone closer to your mouth. While they’re glued together from 4 parts, they feel robust and shouldn’t break unless you really want them to.

    Charging case durability

    The charging case is lightweight and feels okay in your hands. The only real issue is the thin hinge connecting the lid to the case, which might break upon impact.

    Another small cosmetic problem is the glossy finish, which gets easily scratched. I already have a few scratches from simply having the charging case on my desk.

    Are they suitable for…

    • Wearing in the rain: Suitable as long as you’re walking through a light and not pouring rain.
    • Running & exercising outside: Suitable but avoid overly dusty roads due to the lack of a dust IP rating.
    • Sweating: Suitable, even if you sweat pretty heavily.
    • Dipping underwater: Not suitable, as you need at least an IPX7 rating for that.
    Wearing in light rainSuitable
    Wearing in heavy rainSomewhat
    suitable
    ExercisingSuitable
    SweatingSuitable
    Dipping underwaterNot suitable

    Durability comparison

    Tranya Nova Lite are pretty average regarding their IPX5 rating but perfectly usable for everyday tasks. TOZO NC7 are slightly more robust and can be taken under the shower thanks to an IPX6 rating.

    Battery

    Star Rating
    3.5 Almost Great

    We tested the battery life of Tranya Nova Lite at 6 hours and 28 minutes (with ANC). They support Qi-wireless charging. However, there is no official mention of fast charging.

    Tested battery life6 hours 28 minutes
    Official battery life8 hours
    Difference1h 32min (-23.7%)
    Quick chargingn/a
    Qi wireless chargingYes

    Tranya Nova Lite battery comparison

    Tranya Nova Lite battery comparison

    Despite slightly overestimating their battery life, Tranya Nova Lite fall above the average among ANC earbuds on the market.

    In our test, where we left them playing music at 50% volume and with ANC enabled, we got precisely:

    • 6 hours and 28 minutes on a single charge.

    Officially, they should’ve lasted 8 hours per charge, although Tranya doesn’t disclose if that’s with or without active noise cancelling. 

    There’s an additional 24 hours inside the charging case, which also supports Qi wireless charging. It takes 1.5 hours to charge the earbuds from 0-100%, but there’s no mention of fast-charging support.

    Tranya Nova Lite wireless charging
    The charging case supports Qi-wireless charging.

    Be aware that the charging case can be picky about which charging cable it wants to use.

    It refuses to charge with my stock Samsung cable but has no issues charging via stock Huawei cable.

    Battery rating comparison

    Here’s how Nova Lite’s battery rating compares to ratings of similarly priced competitors:

    Note: The battery rating considers battery life compared to alternatives, wireless charging support, and the speed of recharging.

    Features

    Star Rating
    4.5 Almost Perfect

    Tranya Nova Lite has many features, a few helpful customization options, and great call quality. In contrast, it also has very sensitive controls and an app that uses a lot of battery during usage. And I hate the ads!

    Tranya Nova Lite app settings
    Here’s how the Tranya app’s first page and settings look on mobile.

    Costing only around $50, Tranya Nova Lite have a ton of features. Here’s a complete list:

    You can customize settings for most features, while some are enabled permanently and cannot be fiddled with, like Bluetooth multipoint and wearing detection for music playback and ANC modes.

    The latter has caused a few issues during our testing, as it prevents the earbuds from activating ANC while in our MiniDSP E.A.R.S. measuring rig. Of course, average users won’t experience any problems.

    Tranya Nova Lite taped sensors
    I couldn’t fool the earbuds into thinking that I was wearing them (taping the sensors), so it was impossible to make an ANC video test.

    Moving to the Tranya Audio app, there are 2 things that I dislike about it.

    • First is the battery drain. My smartphone lost 1% of its battery each minute while using the app.
    • There are ads showing in the app. If you’re using the app, you probably bought Tranya headphones, so why would you see ads for different Tranya headphones? It ruins user experience.
    Tranya Nova Lite app ads find my headphones
    The ad on the left is unskippable and lasts for 3 seconds. Then, you can finally go into your earbuds settings.

    Find the device

    The “Find the device” feature works automatically, and it shows their location on the map. 

    While that’s helpful if you lose them in the middle of the run, Tranya should add the option to play a loud sound from one of the earbuds so you can also find them in your house or the middle of the road, as the location alone isn’t accurate enough.

    Custom equalizer

    Tranya app even offers a custom EQ with 10 frequency bands and -/+8dB adjustments, which gives you good control over the sound.

    We made separate EQ settings for ANC ON and ANC OFF modes. Here are our settings:

    Frequency
    band
    Custom
    EQ settings
    (ANC OFF)
    Custom
    EQ settings
    (ANC ON)
    31Hz-4dB-4dB
    62Hz-5dB-5dB
    125Hz-3dB-5dB
    250Hz0dB-2dB
    500Hz-1dB-1dB
    1kHz-1dB-1dB
    2kHz0dB0dB
    4kHz-2dB-2dB
    8kHz+2dB+2dB
    16kHz+5dB+6dB

    Unfortunately, a 6kHz frequency band is missing, which would help tremendously, as that frequency is the most problematic (funny how that frequency band is shown in the marketing material).

    Tranya Nova Lite custom EQs
    This is how our custom EQ for ANC off (left) and ANC on (right) looks in the app.

    Custom controls

    Touch controls are fully customizable, unlike the ones in the EarFun Air 2 (even though the EarFun and Tranya apps are almost identical in many aspects).

    Tranya app lets you use all 4 major gestures (single, double, triple, and long taps) without any exceptions (even a single tap can activate Game Mode or ANC).

    Tranya Nova Lite custom controls
    Here are all the commands you can allocate to a gesture.

    Furthermore, gestures can be turned off, which is especially important for a single tap gesture, as it often suffers from ghost touches.

    Microphone quality

    Tranya Nova Lite have great call quality for the price, even beating Apple AirPods Pro 2 in noisier environments.

    Tranya Nova Lite microphone test: (no noise test from 0:00-0:22, with background noise test from O:22-0:43)

    Call quality from the dual built-in microphones isn’t the clearest, but you sound full and easy to understand thanks to enhanced voice signals. Despite the heavy noise reduction of earbuds, they don’t butcher your voice.

    Even when exposed to loud outside noise, the voice pickup unit successfully blocks it while keeping your voice understandable with minimal distortion.

    Because of that, I can easily recommend them for phone and non-professional video calls.

    Features rating comparison

    Since Tranya Nova Lite have a ton of features, their rating is among the highest compared to competition.

    Noise Isolation

    Star Rating
    2.5 Average

    Tranya Nova Lite have a decent passive noise isolation that primarily reduces high-frequency sounds. Nonetheless, they should be fine for bus rides if you also plan to listen to music to drown out the remaining noise.

    Measured average noise isolation13,07 dBA

    Nova Lite are pretty basic for passively isolating noise. While they start isolating at 200Hz, that only becomes noticeable from 600Hz and up.

    Tranya Nova Lite Passive isolation comparison

    However, a 5dB reduction isn’t enough to meaningfully reduce annoying things like speech or traffic noise, so you must also listen to music in order to drown out the remaining noise.

    The effectiveness is (again) very similar to the EarFun Air 2, EarFun Air S, and Edifier TWS1 Pro 2.

    Here’s a table of how effective is Tranya Nova Lite’s passive noise isolation at blocking specific frequencies:

    FrequencyNoise reduction
    dB SPL
    Noise reduction
    dBA (A-weighted)
    100 Hz0,9 dB-18,2 dBA
    200 Hz2,2 dB-8,6 dBA
    400 Hz4 dB-0,8 dBA
    600 Hz5 dB2,8 dBA
    1 kHz7,6 dB7,6 dBA
    2 kHz14,1 dB15,3 dBA
    4 kHz29,4 dB30,4 dBA
    6 kHz23,9 dB24 dBA
    10 kHz28 dB25,5 dBA
    15 kHz31,1 dB25,1 dBA
    Average/13,07 dBA
    A-weighted values from the International standard IEC 61672:2003

    How severe is sound leakage?

    Sound leakage is moderate but manageable. You can take the earbuds in a library if you keep the volume down. You shouldn’t have issues with that since they’re already loud at 10% volume.

    Noise isolation rating comparison with other models

    Noise Cancelling

    Star Rating
    3.5 Almost Great

    Tranya Nova Lite have a pretty effective active noise cancellation that matches some of the more expensive competitors. Even ambient sound mode is good, albeit you can hear some background hum.

    Measured average noise reduction with ANC on19,33 dBA
    Cumulative noise reduction of isolation + ANC

    Considering the price, Tranya Nova Lite have great active noise cancellation performance. It matches the already good TOZO NC7 and even Edifier NeoBuds Pro 2, which cost $130.

    That means they’re great are reducing the upper bass and midrange frequencies, although the abovementioned competitors are better are sub-bass frequencies.

    Tranya Nova Lite ANC vs. TOZO NC7 comparison

    Furthermore, the competitors’ performance similarly struggles around 1kHz, where the Nova Lite actually does the best job. Others are again slightly ahead at reducing frequencies between 1kHz and 3kHz.

    Overall, these earbuds are quite suitable for commuters who want to block engine noise and other sounds on public transport. In contrast, they could be better for office as they struggle with speech.

    Here’s the table with the Nova Lite ANC test results:

    FrequencyNoise cancelling
    dB SPL
    Noise cancelling
    dBA (A-weighted)
    100 Hz27,9 dB8,8 dBA
    200 Hz29 dB18,2 dBA
    400 Hz24,6 dB19,8 dBA
    600 Hz16,2 dB14 dBA
    1 kHz8,6 dB8,6 dBA
    2 kHz17 dB18,2 dBA
    4 kHz34 dB35 dBA
    6 kHz25,4 dB25,5 dBA
    10 kHz30,5 dB28 dBA
    15 kHz23,2 dB17,2 dBA
    Average19,33 dBA
    A-weighted values from the International standard IEC 61672:2003

    How good is ambient sound mode?

    Ambient sound or transparency mode boosts ambiance quite naturally, with just a bit of thinness in human speech due to the boost between 600Hz and 2kHz.

    The only thing slightly bothersome is the background hiss present when using transparency mode. It occurs when the microphone’s signal gets overly boosted.

    Tranya Nova Lite Ambient sound mode measurement

    Noise cancelling rating comparison

    Bluetooth

    Star Rating
    4.0 Great

    Tranya Nova Lite have an indoor Bluetooth range of 40 feet, support seamless dual device connection, and have a Game Mode. However, the latter is slower than advertised.

    Bluetooth version5.3
    Bluetooth range
    (no obstructions)
    200ft+ (60.9m+)
    Bluetooth range
    through a wall
    40ft (12.2m)
    MultipointConnect to
    up to 2 devices
    Audio latency
    (audio delay)
    200ms (Game Mode Off)
    90ms (Game Mode On)

    As far as I’ve heard during testing, the Tranya Lite earbuds have a solid Bluetooth connection with zero random stutters. Since they support Bluetooth 5.3, they should not interfere with other wireless devices.

    In our indoor connection range test, we got:

    • 40 feet (or 12.2 meters), with a few stutters present right after passing the second brick wall.

    That means you can walk into neighboring rooms without experiencing audio cuts, whereas you might have connection problems if you go further.

    How to use Bluetooth multipoint

    Bluetooth multipoint support works by default and in its simplest form. You connect Tranya Nova Lite to two different devices and audio plays from whichever device you press play.

    You don’t get to see which devices are connected in the app, nor can you switch between them (like in EarFun Air 2) or manually select the source (Sony WF-1000XM5).

    Tranya Nova Lite multipoint
    Earbuds are simultaneously connected to my smartphone and Windows laptop.

    How to pair Tranya Nova Lite?

    1. When pairing them for the first time, all you need to do is open the case’s lid and remove the earbuds. Pairing mode initiates automatically.
    2. To pair them to a different device, put them in the charging case and hold the button on the back until you hear “Pairing” out of them. You can also leave them outside the case without being connected to any device. They should start pairing automatically.
    Tranya Nova Lite pairing button
    Pairing button in located on the back of the case.

    What Bluetooth codecs do they use?

    Tranya Nova Lite support basic SBC, LC3, and AAC Bluetooth codecs. Unlike their more expensive Tranya Nova, the Lite version doesn’t have aptX Adaptive.

    Is there any audio lag?

    There’s no audio lag when watching video content on YouTube, Facebook, and other social media platforms.

    Video latencyNot visible
    Game latency200ms
    Game mode latency90ms

    On the other hand, there’s a noticeable lag when playing mobile games. Fortunately, enabling Game Mode lowers the audio latency to 90ms, which is more than the advertised 38ms. However, while that’s visible, it is definitely playable.

    Tranya Nova Lite mobile gaming
    Are you into mobile gaming? Then Tranya Nova Lite should be a good pick.

    Bluetooth rating comparison

    Should You Get Tranya Nova Lite?

    Star Rating
    4.5 Almost Perfect

    There’s a lot to like about these earbuds for the price. Some features truly stand out, like their ANC technology and sound, making them a suitable buy for students and commuters.

    However, you have to live with their quirks, which are loudness swings, changing EQ after changing the ANC mode, and overly sensitive touch controls. Look elsewhere if you don’t have patience for that.

    Tranya Nova Lite front view
    Tranya Nova Lite are worth considering if the company fixes some of the app and firmware issues.

    Pros & Cons

    • Sound needs some EQ tweaks to become good
    • Active noise cancelling performance rivals earbuds twice the price
    • Mobile app with lots of customization options
    • Good 6.5-hour battery life and Qi wireless support
    • Bluetooth multipoint & Game mode support
    • Great call quality regardless of the environmental noise
    • Mediocre passive isolation means you need to use ANC
    • Buggy firmware is causing volume & tuning changes
    • Unnecessary fullscreen ads in the mobile app

    Who are these best for:

    • Students who want good sound, low latency audio, quality microphone for calls, and ANC for pleasant commuting.
    • Frequent commuters who need an affordable pair with good ANC and punchy sound.
    • Casual gamers who need a fairly low latency during gaming and long-lasting comfort.
    • Users on a budget who want capable features

    Who should avoid them:

    • Gym goers and active users, as these earbuds don’t stick in ears that well.

    How do Tranya Nova Lite compare to the competition?

    • Their ANC is slightly more effective, and they boost ambient noise more naturally than most competitors.
    • The call quality is much better than that of the competition.
    • Battery life of 6.5 hours is better than what most competitors offer.
    • There have many more features, which are also more customizable than in the competition.
    • The sound quality is good but slightly more unbalanced than the competition.
    • Stability is slightly worse compared to competitors.

    Here’s their value rating compared to similar alternatives:

    Are they worth the price?

    At $50, Tranya Nova Lite is definitely worth their price. However, I hope Tranya fixes the abrupt loudness issue and weird EQ swings when changing ANC modes (as well as gives you the option to disable the wearing sensor).

    Tranya Nova Lite alternatives

    EarFun Air 2

    EarFun Air 2 in ears

    These slightly cheaper earbuds offer a more balanced sound, similarly customizable app, similar comfort and fit, but higher durability thanks to an IPX7 rating. In contrast, they lack ANC and ambient sound mode.

    EarFun Air 2 review

    TOZO NC7

    TOZO NC7 in hands

    Energetic-sounding earbuds are a bit more textured but also harsher in the treble. They offer similar comfort, fit, and very similar ANC performance. But, they lack multipoint and a Game Mode.

    TOZO NC7 review

    What’s in the Box?

    Tranya Nova Lite accessories
    • Tranya Nova Lite true wireless earbuds
    • Charging case
    • USB-A to USB-C charging cable
    • 3 pairs of silicone ear tips (S, M, L)
    • Quick user guide (in 3 languages)

    Specifications

    Type: True wireless
    Connection: Bluetooth 5.3
    Back design: Closed-back
    Drivers: 12mm dynamic
    Frequency range: n/a
    Impedance: n/a
    Weight:
    Mic & Controls: Yes
    Water resistance: IPX5
    Battery life: 6.5h + 24h in case
    Charging time: 1.5h – USB-C & Qi wireless charging
    Active noise cancelling: Yes, hybrid
    Bluetooth codecs: SBC, AAC, LC3
    Wireless range: 40 feet (12.2 meters)
    Microphone: Yes, 4 noise cancelling mics

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