SoundPEATS True Wireless Earbuds 5.0 Bluetooth Headphones in-Ear Stereo Wireless Earphones with Microphone Binaural Calls One-Step Pairing Total 35 Hours TrueFree Plus – White Review

By | May 7, 2020

SoundPEATS True Wireless Earbuds 5.0 Bluetooth Headphones in-Ear Stereo Wireless Earphones with Microphone Binaural Calls One-Step Pairing Total 35 Hours TrueFree Plus – White Review

[TRUE WIRELESS & BLUETOOTH 5.0] – Adopt professional Bluetooth 5.0 chipset with high resolution decoder built-in and AAC/SBC audio coding technology to deliver extraordinary Hi-fi sound with low latency. [AUTO PAIRING & ON-EAR CONTROL] – Auto power on and enter pairing mode right after out of charging case. User-friendly on-ear button on each side supports play/pause, switching tracks and handling phone calls easily. [MONAURAL & BINAURAL CALLS] – Built-in microphones in both earbuds for you to enjoy hands-free calls and voice assistant with single or both earbuds as prefer. Voice comes from both earbuds in stereo mode. [MORE & LONGER ENJOYMENT] – 3.5-4 hours working time per charge for the earbuds, 9-10 times full charge by the charging case. SoundPEATS TrueFree Plus wireless earbuds bring extended playtime and enjoyment. [COMFORT FIT & WIDE COMPATIBILITY] – Different sized ear tips and in-canel cable-free design provide comfortable fit. Support Bluetooth-enabled devices with version 4.0 and above. PS: SoundPEATS provides 12 months hassle-free warranty to ensure the enjoyment of your purchase.


3 thoughts on “SoundPEATS True Wireless Earbuds 5.0 Bluetooth Headphones in-Ear Stereo Wireless Earphones with Microphone Binaural Calls One-Step Pairing Total 35 Hours TrueFree Plus – White Review


tacfq says:

Original Review:I just ran through the first full charge on these earbuds.They sound better than the price point may lead one to believe.I’d seen what other vendors have to offer and thought that they were more a fashion accessory than hardware that provides a quality user experience.And with a price that makes me cringe, I figured I’d sit this particular gadget out.These are the real deal.For a little over $30 these are amazing.The Upperfit earbuds fit the best with it’s curve, but the SP and E19 still fit comfortably in my ear.Although they stuck out a bit, it still had a low profile and the ear tips were just the right size to give me a secure ear closure.I have the SoundCore Liberty Lites and Zolo Liberty ear buds.I’m not an audio buff, though I can appreciate quality, but when it comes to wireless it is more about convenience, portability and in the case of these type of ear buds it is the charging case that is a selling point.I also have a set of $70 True wireless earbuds which I was/am pretty impressed with considering similar specced ones as those go for 100-200…I figured get another brand at a lower price point for a noisy shop I work in that I wasn’t afraid to lose, get dirt,get sweaty in, and these matched what I was looking for.Battery life is decent and as advertised, I get about 3.The headphones started out great but in just 2 weeks of use, the left earbud has started giving me problems.The left earbud started cutting out while listening to things.These aren’t worthy of a purchase, in my opinion.The first pair ordered shorted out on workout #1.They are advertised at 35 hrs.I paid more for the longer battery life because that was important for my needs.Won’t stay in your ears seriously bad design of the ear pieces.Too bad case design was excellent and competitive with expensive models.

JouDe says:

Original Review:I just ran through the first full charge on these earbuds.They sound better than the price point may lead one to believe.I’d seen what other vendors have to offer and thought that they were more a fashion accessory than hardware that provides a quality user experience.And with a price that makes me cringe, I figured I’d sit this particular gadget out.These are the real deal.For a little over $30 these are amazing.The Upperfit earbuds fit the best with it’s curve, but the SP and E19 still fit comfortably in my ear.Although they stuck out a bit, it still had a low profile and the ear tips were just the right size to give me a secure ear closure.I have the SoundCore Liberty Lites and Zolo Liberty ear buds.I’m not an audio buff, though I can appreciate quality, but when it comes to wireless it is more about convenience, portability and in the case of these type of ear buds it is the charging case that is a selling point.I also have a set of $70 True wireless earbuds which I was/am pretty impressed with considering similar specced ones as those go for 100-200…I figured get another brand at a lower price point for a noisy shop I work in that I wasn’t afraid to lose, get dirt,get sweaty in, and these matched what I was looking for.Battery life is decent and as advertised, I get about 3.The headphones started out great but in just 2 weeks of use, the left earbud has started giving me problems.The left earbud started cutting out while listening to things.These aren’t worthy of a purchase, in my opinion.The first pair ordered shorted out on workout #1.They are advertised at 35 hrs.I paid more for the longer battery life because that was important for my needs.Won’t stay in your ears seriously bad design of the ear pieces.Too bad case design was excellent and competitive with expensive models.

PGmUSz says:

Original Review:I just ran through the first full charge on these earbuds.They sound better than the price point may lead one to believe.I’d seen what other vendors have to offer and thought that they were more a fashion accessory than hardware that provides a quality user experience.And with a price that makes me cringe, I figured I’d sit this particular gadget out.These are the real deal.For a little over $30 these are amazing.The Upperfit earbuds fit the best with it’s curve, but the SP and E19 still fit comfortably in my ear.Although they stuck out a bit, it still had a low profile and the ear tips were just the right size to give me a secure ear closure.I have the SoundCore Liberty Lites and Zolo Liberty ear buds.I’m not an audio buff, though I can appreciate quality, but when it comes to wireless it is more about convenience, portability and in the case of these type of ear buds it is the charging case that is a selling point.I also have a set of $70 True wireless earbuds which I was/am pretty impressed with considering similar specced ones as those go for 100-200…I figured get another brand at a lower price point for a noisy shop I work in that I wasn’t afraid to lose, get dirt,get sweaty in, and these matched what I was looking for.Battery life is decent and as advertised, I get about 3.The headphones started out great but in just 2 weeks of use, the left earbud has started giving me problems.The left earbud started cutting out while listening to things.These aren’t worthy of a purchase, in my opinion.The first pair ordered shorted out on workout #1.They are advertised at 35 hrs.I paid more for the longer battery life because that was important for my needs.Won’t stay in your ears seriously bad design of the ear pieces.Too bad case design was excellent and competitive with expensive models.

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