The number one Airpod killer is reduced again for Prime Day.
I reviewed them here
, scoring them a price-weighted 96% and raw score of 86%. Now the earbud market moves quickly, but Soundpeats are still ahead of the chasing pack despite these having been around for a while. It wasn't just me scoring them high - Scarbir
gave them 5/5, saying "If you're looking for cheap AirPods-alternatives, you can't miss the SoundPEATS TrueAir2 with its engaging sound, solid battery life and excellent call quality" and established youtuber Kenneth Tanaka agreed that they're best Airpod alternative to date.
We've all reviewed a load of models from 1More, Haylou, Xiaomi, FIIL, Huawei, Honor etc since and none of them come close.
As many of you know I'm a long-time HUKD member that reviews earbuds on the side. Often I see comments like 'peats by dre' attributed to these deals and I kinda roll my eyes because looking beyond your perception of the brand name, they are not only excellent buds, but the tech in them is better than that used by the likes of 1More and Soundcore in their releases.
SoundPEATS were one of the first to use the Qualcomm QCC3040 SoC, which gives you true wireless mirroring for a more stable connection, is super low power so not only do you get decent battery life it also drains your own battery less, has good mic quality, well-thought out design and the new version even gives you an indication light as to how much battery the case has left. They even support Bluetooth 5.2, future-proofing you for the foreseeable future.
Often earbuds of this type are thin on bass, that's not the case with the TrueAir2. Bass is not neglected, nor is it over-emphasised.
With Amazon cracking down on the fake review products from MPOW, Taotronics and Aukey, the pool of earbuds remaining are quite limited. So we've seen a lot of the prices go up. The TrueAir2 have been as low as £18 at one point, but £23 is still a bargain and the best you're going to get for a while.
Soundpeats also have on offer:TrueFree2 - £20.99Soundpeats Q - £24.99TrueEngine 3SE - £31.99
Q30 HD - £19.49
Grab a bargain! I haven't tested all of those models, but can attest for the TrueEngine 3SE - they're superb bang for buck too.