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The Soundpeats earbuds sound good. Very good. Way better, in fact, than you'd expect for $37. Credit the dual dynamic drivers, Qualcomm 3020 chipset, aptX technology or some other techno-blab I won't pretend to understand. They're just good.
The first thing that impressed me is that these SOUNDPEATS H1 offer a dual-driver array. For the price, these wireless earbuds provide unsurpassed clarity and detail in music, movie and game audio, making them super easy to recommend.
I wasn't expecting all that much from the Soundpeats H1. However, one listen and I was hooked. If you're looking for a pair of true wireless earphones, you simply can't go wrong with the Soundpeats H1. They are well worth a listen. Recommended.
When looking at all of the core building blocks of true wireless earbuds, the TrueFree+ have just about everything you could want. The earbuds are built well, sound great, the battery life is wonderfully long, and wireless performance is reliable.
Soundpeats makes a rock-solid set of true wireless earbuds that do what you want, when you want, sound great to my highly biased ears, nail the fundamentals as well as anyone and give me very few reasons to get annoyed with them.
SoundPEATS H1 have a balanced and somewhat darkish frequency response apart from a generous boost in bass. Their hybrid design (8.6mm dynamic driver and Knowles balanced armature driver) provides a tighter, more controlled sound.
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