SoundPEATS T2 Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds, ANC Earphones with Transparency Mode, Bluetooth 5.1 in-Ear Headphones, 30 Hours Playtime, USB-C Quick Charge, Stereo Sound, 12mm Driver
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The front has a lip for easy control of the lid, and three charge lights at the front. Whereas the TrueEngine3se had the lights inside, recent Soundpeats releases have recognised that displaying on the case is far more useful, even upgrading the TrueAir2 to support this with their second iteration (so I am told)
I love that it has the soft power on mode because you can really hear it start to eliminate the Outside noises and surrounding noises as it powers up to full control. Aside from the branding on the sides, there’s not too much to look at around the earbuds. Their design is fairly simplistic, which gets the job done, and there are a couple of holes dotted around for microphones and LED indicator lights. The underside has charging pins as well as ear left/right indicators and the underside of the earbuds is also slightly rounded to give themselves a more ergonomic design that fits comfortably into the ear. The audio pass through works extremely effectively but the end result can't really be described as 'natural sounding'. Outside sounds come through pretty clearly but both amplifier and compressed. Don't get me wrong, it serves its purpose but Sony and Apple's definitely do it better. To be honest, it's actually not a feature I use all that often.The earbuds themselves claim to have up to 10 hours of battery life, though this only pertains to having ANC off. With ANC on, the earbuds last about 6 hours or so. The battery indicator for the earbuds themselves still shows about 90% left after 1-2 hours of use, but drops more abruptly within the last 2 hours or so. Overall, I am still impressed with the battery life but the percentage indicators could be more accurately scaled. There's no doubt in my mind that the technology that Sony, Apple, Bose and Sennheiser employed in their leading edge products from the last couple of years have now filtered down into the budget market. I'm a big user of wireless headphones - both iem and full sized. Whilst I recognise that from a technical perspective, the sound quality of wireless will always play second fiddle to their wired counterparts. For me, the differences and both fairly subtle and certainly tolerable. Whilst I can still appreciate the purer sound quality from a really good player coupled with a set of really good wired headphones (Sony NW A55 Walkman and Ultimate Ears Triple Fi 10's for example) - for much of my music listening I tend to veer towards wireless simply for the convenience.
to increase the volume, tap once on the right earbuds, and it will slowly increase your volume and to volume down, press once on the left earbuds, and it will increase slowly volume down Személyre szabott hirdetések Ezeknek a sütiknek köszönhetően mi és partnereink az Ön vásárlásai, viselkedése és preferenciái alapján releváns és személyre szabott termékeket és szolgáltatásokat tudunk Önnek felkínálni.The earbuds themselves are quite large but surprisingly comfortable and stay put in my ears very well. They have an ergonomic negative profile - the issue is more into how much they protrude out of your ears than the fit. Therefore they are not ideal for sleeping with or wearing a hat over. Battery life has been great. I wanted to see just how long these would last with my normal several hours per day listening schedule. After the first charge, I used them starting on a Saturday afternoon all the way to the middle of the next Thursday without recharging the case. This was with 4 – 6 hour average per day listening, with extra time where they were in my ears on standby when I needed to concentrate but didn’t want to have to put the earbuds away. I usually charge my earbuds every night so it’s not very often that I would need to go almost a week between full charges but it’s nice to know I could for a camping trip, for a prolonged power outage, or some other time when I just don’t need to think about needing to charge them. Despite the cheap price, the SOUNDPEATS T2 feature Active Noise Cancelling, Passthrough (Transparency mode) and Bluetooth 5.1.