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Wireless Earbuds SOUNDPEATS Sonic in-Ear Wireless Headphones, Bluetooth 5.2 Headphones APTX-Adaptive True Wireless Earbuds with Immersive Bass, TrueWireless Mirroring, 35 Hrs USB-C Mono/Stereo Game Mode Earphones Was $59.99 Now $44.99

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SoundPEATS White Trueair Wireless Earbuds with Charging Case, Bluetooth Headphones Smart Touch Control 30 Hours Playtime, Qualcomm aptX Audio Qualcomm cVc Noise Cancellation Built-in Mic, Bluetooth 5.0 TWS Earphones One-Step Pairing Was $53.99 Now $34.42 (15%coupon)

SoundPEATS Black Trueair Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless Earbuds Smart Touch Control, 30 Hours Cycle Playtime in-Ear Earphones with Charging Case, Single/Twin Mode Qualcomm cVc 6.0, Waterproof TWS Stereo Headphones with Mic Was $54.99 Now $35.05 (15%coupon)

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SOUNDPEATS White TrueAir2 Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth V5.2 Headphones Wireless Earphones with Qualcomm QCC3040, TrueWireless Mirroring, 4 Mic for Clear Calls and cVc 8.0 Noise Cancellation, aptX Codec, Total 25 Hours Was $46.99 Now $36.74

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SoundPEATS Trueshift2 True Wireless Earbuds 100Hours Playtime with 3000mAh Charging Case, Bluetooth 5.0 IPX7 Waterproof Sports Headphones in-Ear Stereo Earphones, Graphene Drivers, Touch Control Was $57.99 Now $41.32 (5%coupon)

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  • @spcoker: Just paid $41 for the white Trueair 2 last week in her last promotion. Bit rough that the price lowered just one week later ☹️

    • Contact Amazon to see whether they can give u some credits for price difference.

    • FYI, the Trueair 2 have been fantastic (imho). Have been using it in MS Teams meetings, and so far no complaints. Sits lightly in the ear and comfortable for back-2-back meetings. Very happy with the purchase. Cant believe how small/light the case is. Great to carry around.

      @the fine people of this group:
      I am interested to know if there are silicone tips for them? Not for me, but the wife prefers that type of fit. But wants the call quality of the Trueair 2.
      Or if there are ones here that are better call quality with more in-ear?

      • Every pair of Bluetooth earbuds I have used with Teams in the past have truly sucked. The mic's either pick up too much of the ambient sounds around me or I get comments like "Are you standing next to a jumbo-jet". The only headset that works for me is a Jabra headset with a dedicated Bluetooth dongle.

        Are you using these buds with MS Teams on your laptop or phone?

      • spcoker - do you know if there are silicone tips that would work with the trueair 2

        Or also over the ear books as well like the true wings

    • same happened with me! thankfully there is only a few bucks difference between what i paid.

    • Money that tight?

      You are complaining about either $4.76 or $3.26.

  • Bought the Sonics last week for $51. Great earphones, sadness the price has dropped, but fantastic sound for the price! (and 35 hours of charge!)

  • Nice price, same as BlackFriday when I bought the TrueAir2.

  • +2 votes

    Any suggestions as to which of the earbuds would be best for video conferencing with Zoom or Skype?
    It's a fairly quiet "work from home" setting, where there is not much other sound in the room — so the earbud microphones wouldn't have to compete with surrounding noise.
    At the same time, the user would prefer to hear their own voice naturally, rather than muffled by passive noise reduction.
    (Of course, I realise that with the final requirement, it may be that only open-backed on-ear headphones can provide this — but I figure it's worth asking, this case any other OzB members have relevant experience.)
    Thanks in advance!

  • I got the Sonic a week ago. Here's my impression. Hopefully it helps Ozbargainers who are interested in the Sonic.

    The buds and the case are small, at least in my opinion, and the buds are comfortable to wear, sitting snugly in the ear canal.

    Connection is quick and solid. I haven't had any disconnection in use. I've used it in Teams meetings. Voice is clear. People can hear me clearly. No complaints. Range is good at 10m, as claimed.

    The MFBs are responsive to press. I think they're better than touch controlled.

    The battery is fantastic. The buds alone last approx 12hrs in use as opposed to 15hrs claimed. The charging case gives you another 20hrs.

    Now the most important thing anyone cares about: the sound. Unfortunately, it sounds tinny and dull to me, contrary to the glowing reviews on Amazon. The volume is also a bit low. I may have too high of an expectation for these tiny drivers. If you do decide to get the Sonic, or indeed any of the budget buds, do not expect the sound quality would be as good as your headphones, not even close.

    I've only had it for more than a week. I'm now looking for some memory foam tips. If anyone knows where to get some, please share the information. It's a shame no memory foam tips are included in the box.

    • Thanks for great review!

    • These are bassy buds, perhaps you are not getting a good fit. Happy with mine.

    • note that volume adjustment on the sonic is independent of volume adjustment on your phone. so u can adjust volume on both ends.
      also light doesn't go off if ur on discord call. so it will blink really brightly in the middle of the night

    • Note that standard foam tips are generally too long for wireless buds and cause them to not fit properly inside the charging case, so you need to find shorter ones which are usually marketed towards wireless buds.

      I'm currently using these Misodiko tips for my Sony wf-1000xm3s and 1Mores and can recommend them.

      But you may need these instead since it looks like the Sonics have a keyway nozzle (Double check the nozzle width too)

    • This, the sound quality is quite mediocre, but for the price they aren't too bad.

    • I had truengine 3 SE's but lost the case, and bought Sonic's to replace them, and I have found the Sonic's to be very underwhelming. The Truengines sounded better in every way, and I find the Sonics to be not loud enough (100% volume seems to be about equivalent to 40% on the Truengines. I contacted Soundpeats and they told me this is just how they are.

    • Just wondering, do you know whether the device you're using the earbuds with is using Bluetooth 5 or 4?

      I was tempted to buy the Sonics just for the battery life, but I just checked both my laptop and phone and turns out they only support Bluetooth 4.2. I suspect the amazing battery length of these earbuds is at least partly due to the more efficient BT5 protocol, and that I won't get that 15 hrs unless I buy a new computer and phone. And I already own a pair of wired Etymotics, QCY earbuds, wireless Sony headphones, and a pair of no-brand wireless loop earphones…

  • Thanks spcoker. Just bought the Trueshift 2. Think this might be the lowest price I've seen.

  • I bought the TrueAir2 Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth V5.2 a couple of months ago and I am very happy with the sound quality - listening to TV and music. Quality of the mic for phone calls seems okay.

    The sound/picture sync is pretty good on these…. ie not much lag.

    The only thing I’ve found is that they don’t always automatically connect to the TV. When I take them out of the case mostly they will, but not always. It’s also a bit hit & miss for when they are on & then I turn the TV on. It’s a simple matter to go to the TV menu, so for the price I’m happy.

    • Slightly off-topic but how are you piping the sound from the TV to the earbuds?

      • Bluetooth.

        My Sony TV has it as standard.

        I have been using an FM transmitter plugged into the earphone socket, with a little FM receiver and corded headphones - but these bluetooth earbuds are much more comfortable.

    • I also have them and it sounds great, apart from a slight hissing noise when I'm listening to something quiet like a podcast or in-between songs (also when nothing is playing though it does stop after several seconds in this case). Do you have this too? It's not deal breaker for me, just a minor annoyance; but if it's only affecting me I'm wondering if I should try for an exchange.

      • Haven’t noticed, but maybe your hearing is better than mine.

        • Hm, yeah it's only really noticeable in a quiet room. Maybe I should return them anyway and get a fresh pair for a slightly cheaper price or just use the current ones as a spare. Thanks for the reply!

      • Mine hiss too, in exactly the same way. I've debated returning them because of it.

        They are otherwise great though—especially for phone calls, I can walk through windy paths and supermarkets and the other person says they hear none of it. So it's a dilemma. I may just keep them and avoid using them in quiet rooms.

  • I bought the TrueAir 2 last week and I've been really impressed with what you get for the money (and I even paid a little more than this deal): good audio quality, maybe a little bass heavy but I'm not complaining, and a great microphone. Called a friend and they couldn't tell a difference when using them or my phone mic.

  • Which are going to be best for running? I just need them to fit snugly so I'm not constantly fiddling with the fit, deal with sweat, and last around 3 hours on a charge.

    • I just bought the the TruefFree2 and the fit been good for the couple of (sweaty) runs I've done.

  • I have the Sonics and am quite impressed.
    Good quality sound, good battery life, nice fit, yet to figure out the buttons but happy so far

    • how are you finding the volume and bass?

      • Bass is definitely sufficient, probably a little more than what i would prefer but i dont find it too bad.
        The volume is fine, playing off my Xiaomi Pocofone F1, i have the volume 50-70% at normal listening levels

  • I received a pair of True Air 2 headphones over a week ago and cannot get over how good they sound, I usually use Bose QC30 but now find myself grabbing the True Air2 as they do not need turning on and are always charged. The sound stage on them is so good that last night I was watching TV with them and ended up leaping for the TV remote as it sounded like the tv speakers were playing sound but it was just the headphones doing too good a job. Also work really well on pc for gaming.
    Get them if you want a second backup pair of in-ear headphones, need something for phone/Zoom calls or discrete headphones you can lay on your side while wearing. I tried them with my motorcycle helmet and only issue was they pop out when removing the helmet afterwards.

    • any lag when watching TV?

      • Minimal on mine. Not enough to annoy me and certainly better than my Sony headphones that cost 10 times more.

    • I was looking for some for the bike too. The Samsung buds are OK, but they pop out and do hurt on the way out of I'm not careful. Are these a lower profile than the Samsung buds?

  • Any chance that Soundpeats will release an open earbud (like the Trueair) with game mode for the wireless connection? Something like the insides of the Sonic with the outer shell of the Trueair would be great.

  • Which buds here truly have good battery life on single charge? I've bought and returned multiple buds (not soundpeats though) that all claimed battery life greater than 5 hrs and each time it was BS. Even bought Backbay duets from USA and in process of returning those now as well.

  • I bought the TrueShift 2 for the gym back in October when they were on sale, and they're great with their 100 hours of playtime.
    I haven't even had to re-charge the case yet and it's been 3 months…..

  • I just returned the Tao Tronics buds. Good for the most part, but wouldn't stay in, even with different tips.

    Any recommendations for sound peats?

  • What's the difference between these? SO confusing!!

    I have had Soudpeats old model and confirm that one ear bud survived a trip through the washing machine and the other did not. :)

  • Shame the H1 aren't being sold here :-/

  • Thanks OP bought sonic

  • Question regarding the Wireless Earbuds SOUNDPEATS Sonic in-Ear Wireless Headphones,

    Do they do dual audio for phone calls instead of mono? and do they come in a all black colour as well? Not a fan of the gray/bronze.

  • Which one would be the best one to watch movies? (less lag, amazing sound, no worry about microphone or calls)

    • Sonic.

      Amazing sound (for $45, bought them in December)

      Has 'Game' mode to reduce/remove lag

  • Could they possibly have any more models of earbuds?!

    • I have a problem with their listings, often can't tell what model it is… the Titles on amazon are often just a bunch of random tech words in different order e:

      Direct copy/paste - guess the model!

      SoundPEATS True Wireless Earbuds, Bluetooh V5.0 Headphones in-Ear TWS Bluetooth Earphones Auto-Pair Wireless Headphones with High Definition Mic (Stereo Sound, Smart Touch,IPX5, 24 Hours Playtime)


  • Have multiple pairs of these and various previous models. They are awesome, faultless connectivity to mobiles and stay in while exercising. Also at this price you are not stressed if you lose one.

  • TrueWings also seem to have a 25% coupon.

  • I have these ones, please note that this brand leaves a card in the box for a review on Amazon, they don't ask for a 5 star but it is implied.

    I got for $51 and they refunded me 50% ($25.50) for the review after I showed screenshots, order number, etc.

    As for the quality I can actually recommend them for this price, connected to my computer on BT5.1 I get perfect connection walking around my house and even some of the yard, 8M radius, not a single crackle. Connected to my phone which only has BT4 it's okay but I have to manually reconnect sometimes.

    Edit: More comfortable than Taotronics I had. Can only connect to one device at a time.

    Edit: also, can only connect to a single device. Way more comfortable in-ear over Taotronics.

    It's not the loudest earphones I've had but they are definitely loud enough.

    The battery in the ears are more like 7.5hrs not 15hrs as advertised, the case however is nowhere near the advertised 20hrs which is actually a bit of an issue.

    In order for the earphones to automatically turn-off and disconnect the case has to have charge, it's the charging that switches them off and makes your phone disconnect. I would say I get about 6-7hrs worth of use and charge before the case runs out and I find out by my phone still being connected.

    On the upside it is USB-C so it has been way to charge with my phone cable. My previous SoundPeats different model was unable to charge the case at all and I had to return due to being unusable once the earbuds ran out.

    Pay attention to your buds and send back to Amazon for free if they are faulty, otherwise they are very comfortable and good value as long as they aren't defective like I have experienced.

  • could anyone please confirm if the sonic has ambient mode like galaxy buds+?

  • Can recommend the Smart Watch as a better alternative to a Mi Band.

    Bigger screen, sleep and heart rate monitor, has all the basic smart watch functionalities, decent battery life.

  • Thanks, I grabbed the trueair 2 for just below what was in the link above with free next day delivery.

    • Trueair 2s just arrived. I haven't done any real testing yet but am wrapped with how much louder they are over my tronsmart onyx ace. I'll post my thoughts in a few days time.

  • Got the TrueAir2 from a previous deal and received it last week. Just wondering if anyone else experience a slight hissing noise while playing something quiet (eg. a podcast) or just after connecting? If nothing it is playing it does stop after a short while but I'm just weighing up if it's concerning enough to get an exchange, if no-one else is affected. If it's widespread, I can learn to live with it as it's only a minor inconvenience especially with how convenient the earphones themselves are.

    (Using a Pixel 2 if that makes a difference!)

    • The infamous white noise issue. I had it on a previous soundpeats TWS and returned it.
      I also had it on Creative outlier air and even the replacement one had it.I gave up and chucked it in to a drawer.

      I dont have this hissing issue on my Samsung Galaxy buds,Galaxy buds plus and AKG n700ncm2

      Once you hear the hissing,it ruins the entire experience.
      I believe its a limitation of the QCC3020 and QCC3040 chipsets used as various brands using that chipset are plagued with the hissing issue.

    • Yes, I have this on a pair I got a month or so ago. I hunted around and couldn't find reviews talking about it, so maybe it's a newer issue?

  • How is the microphone quality o these? For making phone calls to be exact.