I’ve reviewed a lot of the SoundPEATS Bluetooth headphones and, it seems to me, that each one is a progressive improvement on the last. The Q20s are like the Q12s, with their magnetic backs. However, unlike the Q12s, the magnets do something – turn the headphones on and off.
Today I’m reviewing a pair of the SoundPEATS Q12 Bluetooth headphones. SoundPEATS have a number of similar products on the market so what marks these out as different?
SoundPEATS have launched a number of Bluetooth headphones in recent months, and the QY8 are another set, this time sitting at the lower budget scale of the market. Costing less than £15 these still offer a lot of the high-end features that most costly models include.
SoundPEATS continue to produce quality wireless headphones at a competitive price – I’ve previously reviewed the Q9A, Q800 and A1, all excellent. Today it’s the Q11, their premium in-the-ear offering.
The A1’s, from SoundPEATS, are an over-the ear Bluetooth headset. But at less than £20 can these really delivery comfort, looks and sound quality?
The SoundPEATS Q9A are a pair of wireless earbuds/earphones that use Bluetooth to connect to your phone or other device.
The SoundPEATS M20 are a budget set of earphones which are designed to still deliver sound beyond their cheap price. But do they deliver?
The SoundPEATS Q800 are a rather unique set of wireless earphones. And they’re pretty cheap too.