Anonymous, 10 Jan 2021But Soundpeats build quality ?I actually like my SoundPeats TrueFree buds. They have AptX and a really balanced sound for about $25 on Aliexpress. I had no issues with quality with them either. Great value for money. The only real downside being shorter battery life, but that is a tradeoff of their ultra-compact design and I am happy with the compromise. 4 hours life on the buds and 2-3 full charges from the case is fine for me.
Earlier I had their TruePods that have since been discontinued, and they had great dynamic sound and thunderous bass, but the little screens covering the drivers came unstuck and I had to glue them back on again as their customer service wasn't great in that instance.
A previous purchase of their TrueCapsule model was pretty successful though and an issue with missing foam on the case lid to keep them from rattling around in their case (and thus connecting to the phone unexpectedly) was resolved with a discount for my next purchase. My GF uses them all the time after I used some thin after market foam tape to secure them and she loves them.
Anyway, those were my experiences with them and overall, I enjoy them a lot - especially for the money.
They deserve a review IMHO.
After reading the review, I didn't feel that I'd order it. Because it lacks in a lot of areas. Like case, connected sound, physical button etc.
Can someone tell me the name difference between the button style (galaxy buds) vs the wireless buds that have a stem?
Just make's searching much much easier than sifting through pages and pages of mixed styles.
DSenge, 10 Jan 2021Hi, these earbuds sound really good. I also liked the way they were reviewed in such depth. Im... moreNot that I try to convince you, I had these and also I own SoundCore Liberty 2 Pro. Both are in the same spec range, however, I think the soundcore is one step ahead. Both great, depends on which design you prefer, but try both and make your decision.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2021Multi-device pairing should be mandatory for bluetooth earbuds and headphonesagreed
Hi, these earbuds sound really good. I also liked the way they were reviewed in such depth. Im in the market for a new set of buds- which ones would you say are best overall?
Multi-device pairing should be mandatory for bluetooth earbuds and headphones
I actually own a pair of these and can confirm most of your findings. I don't find the voice cues (pairing, connected) to be as obnoxious as you describe and my experience with the build quality of the case is better than yours, but that may be just my unit. On the other hand, I have compared these to the moondrops and the tin t2 and I think they fall squarely in between. The moondrops are my favorite items I have ever heard, but I ended up returning the t2s because they didn't live up to my expectations (they were pretty hyped up to me) and the Tevi were better. Also, to the guy who said just get a dongle and the tins, a good, high quality bluetooth DAC is on the order of $100 anyway, so these come out well on top imo.
Tevi's are good until they break. Both sides of mine stop working for calls, now I can only use then as media headset.
And they stop responding to my email when I asked then where should I send then for the replacement.
This happened after 7 month of use. You can find my review in Amazon.
Do not buy, they are good while it last, and its not much.
I have been using the for almost a year now and absolutely despise them. They are uncomfortable and unreliable for more than one device. And near impossible to connect without an encyclopedia. Yes they sound good, but no better than way more comfy units selling for almost half the price. Finally donated these to my brother recently, who curses me everytime he uses them.
While this maybe good, the fact that you put BL-03 or T3 makes it amusing to me. Unless my phone doesn't have an earphone jack, it's hard to think about $90 wireless earphones when a $30 wired BL-03 plus a high quality dongle is just as good as those while still cheaper.
Still in my wishlist since 2020 .. lol..
For a new brand name, this really hold the value really well.. even fiil or soundpeats drop in value after sometimes.
the "linkin park" Tevi would be on my radar only if they had multi device pairing. idc about aptX and all that crap. as long as it sounds good and it fits, i am happy