Picture of the Auvio 3300465 stereo earbuds in original package, front view.

Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds Review

Auvio 3300465 kids earbuds are definitely for the novice listener.  Not the audiophile.  In this Auvio® earbuds review, we feel guilty saying that these are high fidelity earphones.  Nowhere close to it.

The treble frequencies are muted and distorted, and the bass is weak, with some of the lowest bass notes in my favorite songs missing altogether.  The mid range frequencies and perhaps the low highs, are the only parts of the audio spectrum that these earbuds reproduce with decent faithfulness.  It’s difficult therefore to even use them in a pinch, because their sound lacks so much.  But, they are cheap, at less than $18 per copy, and at least, you get a hefty white plastic carrying case with them.  I think you can better spend your money on Skullcandy or JBL ear buds, as for the same cost, you’d get way better sounding earphones than these.





Benefits, Features, Advantages, and Pros of the Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds  

A Lot Like Apple’s Earpods

This accessory is in the same style as Apple iPod stock earbuds.  That is, they do not jut into the ear canal.  Their little speakers rest in the outer part of the ear, just outside the ear canal entrance.  So they get less soiled over time than canal buds.

Need No Ear Pads 

So, these phones require no ear pads. Thus, the user need worry not over finding a pair of pads that fit into his ears.

Not Very Heavy

These are light weight, which enhances their comfort.

The Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds are Decent Fitting

They fit comfortably.

Gold Connector

A gold-plated 3.5mm stereo plug is included along with a highly flexible coaxial audio cable.





Flexible Audio Cable

This round cord is equally flexible no matter which direction you bend it in.

Great Mid Range Response

The mid range frequencies are the best reproduced in this Auvio® product.  For speech, it’s hard to get better than the 3300465.

The Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds Stay Where you Put ‘Em

These ear buds stay in the ear very well, requiring little adjustment or re positioning, even during long hours of listening.

Closed Air Mode

The closed-air design in the Auvio 3300465 kids earbuds allows these phones to block out surrounding sounds fairly well, but not so well as the canal buds.  This property makes this particular ear bud set highly suitable for road-side joggers, walkers, and bikers, who need to hear traffic sounds above their music during their jaunts, for maximum safety.  However, warnings against wearing these earbuds during said activities are provided inside the package.

They Explain what Safe Listening Volume Is

Instructions are also provided for how to safely determine your preferred listening volume.

Included Strain Relief on Cords

Somewhat flexible strain reliefs are provided at the plug and earbud ends of the audio cable.  These are rather rigid however.  So avoid pulling too hard on the cables near these joints.





Left and Right Stereo Channels Marked on the Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds

The left and right earbuds are marked with L and R letters respectively, located at the bottom of the ear stem, where the cord enters the bud.  They’re pretty easy to find, thus, and read.

They Go Loud

They produce plenty of volume, even with an iPod or iPad, and do not easily distort.

Can Lay on the Comfortably

These buds have about the same depth, front to back, as the Earpods.  So they protrude from the ear no further than those pods.  Thus, they are equally comfortable as the Apples, with the head against a pillow in bed.

Decently Long Cord

From the plug to the vertex of the Y, you get approximately 3 feet of cable, which is an effective length for preventing needless cord tangling, yet long enough to allow putting your media player on your arm or in a pocket.  Above the Y, you get about fourteen more inches of cable, for an over all length of just over four feet.

We like the deep blue color of the phones and cables. The color matches between them.





Disadvantages, Limitations, Problems, and Cons of the Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds 

No Harmonic Distortion Figures in Specs

It’d be nice if they supply harmonic distortion figures with this product, although these values are likely so bad that they opted not to.

We Found No Warranty Info. 

But as cheaply as these earbuds were priced, having a warranty is likely a luxury.

Entry Level Sound

While these $16 buds sound better than those in the $3 to $7 range, We  recommend against them for anyone but the novice listener. This product indeed lacks audiophile-par sound quality.

No Mic on the Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds

No microphone is included in this set; something that most ear buds should include nowadays given the proliferation of the iPhone and iPod Touch units.

Microphonics, Yes Indeed

But microphonics indeed happen here. These noises get loud in this set, particularly if the cord is held tot.   To minimize microphonics, allow the cord to loosely dangle, and avoid handling it while listening.





Too Much Mid Range

We heard significant harshness in the mid-high frequency range, even when playing newer recordings.

Also, these earphones did not, in our view, faithfully reproduce the high frequencies very well.  We ran them through our “Material Girl” earphone test. We listen to Madonna’s Material Girl song for crisp reproduction of those high frequency ding-ding electronic sounds found therein. Unfortunately, the Auvio 3300465 kids earbuds just did not cut it.

Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds Specs

  • Frequency response: 20 – 20,000 Hz.
  • Sensitivity: 105 DB, plus or minus 3 DB.
  • Impedance: 16 ohms.

Our Rating for the Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds

Unfortunately, the low price of these Auvio® ear buds does not mitigate how poorly they sound.  So I’d recommend them only as a very first pair of ear buds for a child, or for someone who does not know the pleasures of listening to truly high fidelity sound.  For everyone else: Pay a little more for a better earbud set, or check out a different brand.  I’d rate these ear buds at 70 out of 100.  Perhaps the best thing about them, is the included carrying case.

Where to Buy the Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds

I bought mine at a Radio Shack store.  But they’re also available on eBay and Amazon. They come packaged in a clear plastic heat-sealed box with blue insert cards inside.





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References for Auvio 3300465 Kids Earbuds

  1. Auvio®    at Radio Shack
  2. Where to Buy   Auvio® 3300465 Earphones

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