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SoundPEATS Trueair2 $35.24, Truecapsule $24.74, Truefree2 $32.24, Sonic $44.99 + Postage ($0 Prime/ $39+) @ AMR Direct Amazon AU

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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(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08NB6ZW2B) Was $59.99 Now $44.99

SoundPEATS Truecapsule 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) (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07S9XVTBH) Was $32.99 Now $24.74

SOUNDPEATS 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
(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08MQP7GYY) ~~Was $46.99 +code UQI9ESOR ~~ Now $36.74
(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08JGZQCM1) ~~Was $48.99 +code UQI9ESOR ~~ Now $35.24

SoundPEATS Truengine 3 SE Wireless Earbuds with Dual Dynamic Drivers, 30 Hours Playtime, Touch Control, Bluetooth Headphones with 4 Mic, Stereo Sound in-Ear Earphones, Compact Charging Case, USB-C(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08B4C5S8S) Was $63.99 Now $47.99

SoundPEATS 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
(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B085C8C3LX) Was $53.99 Now $32.39
(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B086PSKY3Q) Was $54.99 Now $32.99

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(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08BYBWWTH) Was $57.99 Now $43.49

SoundPEATS Truecapsule2 True Wireless Earbuds with 4 Mics, in-Ear Detection, Bluetooth 5.0 Headphones, 40 Hours Playtime, Single/Twin Mode, USB-C Quick Charge, Touch Control, TWS Earphones Deep Bass (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08PK96H79) Was $54.99 Now $41.24

SoundPEATS Truewings True Wireless Earbuds Over-Ear Hooks Bluetooth Headphones 5.0 in-Ear Stereo Wireless Earphones with Touch Control IPX7 for Sports, 13.6mm Driver, Mono/Stereo Mode, USB-C Charge(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0827JB47V) Was $55.99 Now $41.99

SoundPEATS TrueFree2 Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth 5.0 Headphones in-Ear Stereo IPX7 Waterproof Sports Earbuds, Monaural/Binaural Calls, Single/Twin Mode, Customized Ear Fins, USB-C, 20 Hours Playtime
(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08BLL8467) Was $42.99 Now $32.24
(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B08PBCKTPS) Was $44.99 Now $33.74

SoundPEATS Q30HD Bluetooth Earphones, Wireless 5.0 Magnetic Earbuds, In-Ear IPX6 Sweatproof Headphones with Mic (13 Hours Playtime, APTX-HD, CVC Noise Cancellation, 10mm Drivers)Upgraded (https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B079PQZ5PS) Was $41.99 Now $31.49

SoundPEATS Truefree+ True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds in-Ear Stereo Bluetooth Headphones Wireless Earphones (Bluetooth 5.0, Built-in Mic, Stereo Calls, Total 35 Hours Playtime)(https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07N77M5XV) Was $44.99 Now $33.74

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  • +1

    Damn, bought another pair of True Air 2 from you in last week's sale, for $5 extra! (Albeit for white) :-(

    • I did the same yesterday! I have Prime though so will just buy them again today and return the others

    • +1

      Same! got the white yesterday for $41. Need one urgently so can't cancel my order.

      • I ordered this one, it's being delivered tomorrow. I mean really you can use the one coming today and return the other, they are the same item :)

        • +1

          And save $5 :) Ozbargain spirit

        • You’d be paying more than $5 to return it though.

          • @CompulsiveOzB: Free returns with Prime, no questions asked :)

            • @iShibby: How are you getting the return postage free though? I have Prime myself and basically there has to either be something faulty with the item itself or the delivery needs to be late to get a free return label. If it’s neither of those then you pay for a return label. Otherwise you can lie to them to try to get a free return.

              • +1

                @CompulsiveOzB: All the items I’ve returned have had an option like “item not as described”. Just selected that, took them to a drop off point, they add a label and the refund is in my account within days

                • @iShibby: Alright so as I suspected you're lying to them to get it free. If one wants to stay honest about it, it's not exactly "free returns with Prime, no questions asked" for them.

                  • @CompulsiveOzB: Sorry you are correct. I’ve only ever returned faulty items or stuff that didn’t work. Never realised they charge you :(

    • +1

      Almost the same here (black). I think I paid $39. But won't be returning them, because the True Air 2 is just such a great product (this was the second pair for our household), and I was happy with the $39 price. I'm astonished at the excellent quality for the price.

      • hows the comfort for longer periods of use? (1+ hours)

  • Tempted to get the TrueEngine3 SE. I have had my TrueShift2 for 6 months and I use them everyday when out and about but wouldn't mind a bit more audio quality and the TrueEngine 3 SE might be what I need…

  • Could someone please recommend whether I should get the TrueEngine 3 SE or Sonic?

    Hard time deciding since there doesn't seem to be much of a difference.

    • +1

      sonic has bluetooth 5.2 and chipset 3040 and 35 hr working time vs 5.0 and chipset 3020 30 hr working time on trueengine.
      trueengine has ipx6 and touch control vs sonic has ipx5 and button control.
      If you looked at the bottom of the amazon page there is a table for comparision to help you decide.

      I chose the sonic

    • I'd also wondering which one is the better choice. Dual drivers potentially would give better sound right?

    • +1

      Can recommend the SE, great sound.

    • I owned both. I prefer the SE 3 for the sound quality (detailed sound, punchy bass) and great call quality. I gave the Sonic away.

  • Do any of these do multipoint?

  • Good big product line up, however none of them work for me unfortunately, and can't wear IEMs or in ears that require a seal (rubber tips).

    I was chasing some airpods 2 knock offs that were goof for android, and even the the TrueAir2 hurt smaller after no time - the shape and size is a bit bigger than airpods.

    • +1

      That is true about the size of the TrueAir2, being a bit bigger than AirPods 2.
      In my case, I wear the AirPods when I want something really comfortable, and the TrueAir2 when I want something that is less likely to fall out of the ear.

      Hopefully there's another product out there which is right for you, G-rig … any other OzB folk got suggestions on that?

      • Tempted to get the airpods 2 for $177 just because I know they are comfortable and decent, using android Pixel so the sound quality wouldn't be the best (AptX is preferable over AAC) but something like that handy for general stuff, calls and meetings on the phone or pc.

      • Actually not worth getting airpods for android use.
        I noticed some rip offs dick smith sell for $50 (Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds (Earphones like Airpods ) HD Quality Sound) something like that would do ;)

  • How does the TrueAir2 compare to the likes of the xiaomi air se 2 or the QCY T8's?

  • which ones are good for receiving calls

    • I have the TrueAir2 for Zoom and Skype calls. The concept is similar to AirPods. I like them, coz you can still hear your own voice naturally, unlike fully sealed buds or headsets.

    • +1

      Got the SOUNDPEATS TrueAir2 10 days ago (for $39.94) but will be returning them anyway.

      Other may have better experiences, but for me I basically cannot take calls on them in any public place (even for example in a "quietish" cafe) or with any sort background noise (e.g. walking on the street in the city, or road noise when at home in my study) - had people on the other side complain that they couldn't hear me and there was too much background noise. It's a pity because music coming through them was excellent at this price point!

      • Good with Amazon you can return them
        (I've send two back, mostly not suitable but will leave it at that lol)

  • I have the Trueair2 and Trueair buds - the 2 version has much better Bluetooth. It’s a more stable connection and almost imperceptible lag.

    The Trueair has quite noticeable lag and doesn’t like you moving if you are more than a few metres away from the source (eg TV). So I am assuming Bluetooth 5.2 is better than 5.0.

    • I have the Trueair2 and the connection is great at home/office even when a fair way away from the source. However, i did notice it to be cutting in and out when I'm outside in metropolitan areas (St.Leonards & Sydney city mainly), even when I hold the phone in my hand. Wondering if it's to do with all the airwaves around.

  • i just bought a pair of sonics for $51 yesterday. any chance to get the price difference refunded?

  • It’s a shame for me with the SoundPEATS Trueair2. They tend to feel like they have sharp edges and cut into my ear.
    They also do t stay it too well.
    I must have different ears than most. Bugger.

    • +1

      I thought the same. I was forcing these earpods in my ear which made it feel like it had sharp edges. I simply started gently pushing them inside and now I can wear them all day.

    • +1

      would have been perfect if they were the same shape as the airpods
      Always something with these, each model has different features/specs/quirks different the the next one.
      The Truefree2 has pretty good sound but not as small as in the picture, no mic noice cancelling tech and have to press the button quite hard. That newest/preorder model (SoundPEATS H1 Hybrid TWS) looked like it would be good

  • +2

    My partner is having trouble with her Trueair2 repeatedly cutting out, seemingly without dropping the bluetooth connection. Music will stop playing through one or both earpieces and then start again a short time later.
    Within arm's reach of the phone. Tried multiple phones. Any suggestions for a remedy?

    • Only a suggestion, maybe reset the trueair 2 so it forgets every device it has connected and stored.

      • Yeah tried a hard reset and didn't seem to help.

  • +1

    Does anyone with the TrueAir2 use them in the gym / jog? How well does it stay in without the rubber tips?

    • +1

      I use it for gym and jog all the time, they sit in well. Happens to fall out very rarely.

  • +5

    OzBargainers, I'm sure lots of you know this already, but be careful of the phrasing when they say "noise cancellation". It's almost always in reference to the microphones' ambient sound reduction preventing noise filtering in for others when you're talking on the phone, rather than ANC that eliminates ambient sound around you while you're listening to music or watching content. CVC (clear voice capture) noise cancellation is for phone calls, ANC (active noise cancellation) is for listening.

    They know exactly what they're doing when they put terms like 'CVC noise cancellation' in the description, they're hoping to deceive less tech-literate buyers into purchasing what seems like a cheaper set of noise-cancelling earbuds.

    • +2

      Excellent explanation.

      There's also noise isolation, which is when the rubber/silicone tip forms a good seal and blocks out noise. Different to noise cancellation.

  • so many choices, can anyone tell which one is the best?
    I found sonic has the highest price, so sonic?

    • Best in what? Sound quality, battery life, taking calls etc? Just because you pay the most, doesn't mean they are the 'best'. Everyone has different needs.

  • +2

    Here's my opinion of the ones I have. Different strokes though, so take with a grain of salt.

    SoundPEATS Q30HD - These are awesome for music, but obviously you have the cabling. Very similar sound profile to the old Sennheiser CX 300 II wired headphones with nice bass. Also has APTX HD, so if you have a phone capable of this ie, some LG models, you can get the most out of these. Very loud and totally blocks out any traffic noises. Heaps of options for ear pieces and hooks. Had these for a year and a half and still going strong. Not one bluetooth connectivity issue at all.

    SoundPEATS Q35HD - Not as good as above, even though they are apparently an upgrade. Maybe it's just the bass that's less pronounced.

    SoundPEATS Truecapsule2 - Had these for a week. Would have bought the TrueAir2, but prefer the adjustable buds. Sound great to me, probably similar sounding to the Q30HD's, but nowhere near as loud. Good for podcasts and some music. Super comfortable in ear as well, probably the best of the lot. No issues with connectivity as yet.

    SoundPEATS Truengine 3 SE - Rubbish. For music they sound horrible too. Had these for 6 months or so and occasionally they will work fine. Sometimes there will be no issues, but then you will get frequent dropouts with either earpiece and/or weird phasing of the noise between each earpiece. Sometimes you need to disconnect and reconnect a few times to get a steady connection, but it's pot luck really. Also had to factory reset a few times. Maybe that they don't like my phone, but it's the same chipset as the others. Otherwise, okay for podcast when they work and the case is nice I guess.

  • Tossing up between sonic, truefree 2 and trueshift 2. Can anyone vouch for any of these?

  • +1

    As I have said before, I wouldn't recommend the Truewings headphones. I bought a pair just over a year ago and was 'blown away' by the quality of the sound for the price I paid. After less than 6 months the right ear piece stopped working intermittently and eventually stopped. I tried contacting AMR via Amazon and they made it difficult to claim the warranty so I gave up as it wasn't worth the hoops they make you jump. There's also a serious flaw in the design of the charging case. The ear rings touch when they sit in the charging case and it's difficult to keep them in position to charge. If you read the reviews on Amazon, I'm not the only one who has experienced these things. The Truewings showed so much promise at the beginning but as the saying goes 'You get what you pay for' with the Soundpeats Truewings. I recommend putting your money towards another brand.

  • +1

    Bought 2 pairs Trueair 2, hopefully they are as good as the reviews say. Thanks OP been watching them for awhile.

  • Anyone can comment on which of these model is good for running/workout?

    Just needed something that would fit and to bring with me on the run but unsure as to if the fit is secure enough for running, especially for the TrueFree2

    • 1hr gym session with the Sonic's and they were great. Will test a 5km run on Sunday.

  • Bought the Sonic, thanks OP!

    Anyone know how well we can expect these to integrate with Google Assistant? Things like making/taking calls using voice and listening to text messages etc. Works really well with the wired earbuds supplied with a Pixel but hoping these are comparable functionality.

  • my sonics just arrived today and they are amazing. 1hr gym session and never felt like they were going to fall out. Sound is strong and blocks out most outside noises.

  • I ordered TrueFree2 and TrueCapsule2 before this special! Ordered on 17th but Amazon delivered mine to wrong address so got a refund. Ordered again yesterday so expecting it today but missed this coupon but still ended up $5 cheaper than my wrongly delivered order!

  • My TrueFree2 and TrueCapsule2 arrived. Like both have their pros and cons. The pros are what I bought these for - use when exercising so perfect!

    TrueFree2

    pro

    • fits perfectly in my ears out of the box. There's no way they're falling out as fin and just the fit sits right in my ears. No head shaking will make them fall out. Yawn, laugh and chewing won't loosen them unlike my Taotronic BH079 (though they don't fall out just feel like they would but won't).
    • they remember previously paired devices so can pair with my windows 10 laptop and my android mobile
    • physical press buttons mean no accidental presses lowering/raising volumes

    cons

    • physical press buttons are harder to press
    • the button controls are reverse of every other Bluetooth earbuds I own so you need to double press right/left for volume up/down instead of a single tap
    • sound quality not as good as my Taotronic BH079
    • battery life on buds themselves is shorter at 4hrs while Taotronic BH079 does 8-9+ hrs easy and in theory, TrueCapsule2 should be ~8hrs.

    TrueCapsule2

    Pro

    • fits perfectly in my ears of the box. No head shaking will make them fall out. Yawn, laugh and chewing won't loosen them unlike my Taotronic BH079 (though they don't fall out just feel like they would but won't).
    • they remember previously paired devices so can pair with my windows 10 laptop and my android mobile
    • 8hr battery life on buds themselves is in theory better than TrueFree2 at 4hrs and would be comparable to Taotronic BH079

    Con

    • has in ear detection, so when you remove one of the buds it will auto pause/stop music etc. But to continue playing with the other bud in ear, need to hit play again. Needs some getting use to as I usually just remove one bud and just use one. Can see it as a pro for some who use both and usually only remove one if they want to hear something.
    • sound quality not as good as my Taotronic BH079

    Hope this helps others decide.

  • For anyone wondering the SoundPEATS Truengine 3 SE sound really good. Don't know if anything compares for the price.

  • Bought mine from AliExpress 2/10/2021.
    Just over one month later the left earbud no longer charges

    • Best off front these from Amazon, very easy sending back, no questions asked. Ali and China takes forever for deliveries but I'd contact support and hopefully they'd credit you or send a new pair out

  • has anyone ever added silicone tips to the trueair2 airphones?

    • added silicone tips to the trueair2

      Better buy other models, won't work and fit.

      • already bought. foam tips helped but considering silicone too

        • Any reason why you want to add tips?

          With trueair 2 you may feel like it is going to drop out, I owned it, it won't drop out even I move my head around.

          • @superforever: yeah fit is pretty good, not perfect. it prob feels like it will fall out more than it actually will. having a bit extra grip is nice.