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SoundPEATS Q20 Bluetooth Sports Headphones

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. They are also of a different design, with these having a square shaped back to the earbuds, rather than rounded.

When I received them, I took them out as they were and they fitted in my ears wonderfully – really quite comfortable. As soon as you seperate them, a voice command tells you they’re switched on. They paired easily and I was soon listening to music through them. Putting them back together again and they powered themselves off – the idea is that when not in use, you can wear them around the neck.

But I’m getting ahead of myself here… let’s go back to the basic details.

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SoundPEATS Q12 Bluetooth Headphones

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?

In black plastic, only a green centre to the eartips adds any colour. The cables are flat to reduce size and general bulk too. However, the USP for these are that both eartips are magnetic – allowing you to connect them together when not in use, allowing to hang securely around your neck. The magnets aren’t overly strong but enough to do as they’re intended. Different wireless earphones in the SoundPEATS range move the bulk (circuitry, etc) to different parts of the earphones – in this case it’s to the rear of the eartips but extending outwards rather than, say, back, as with some of the others.

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SoundPEATS QY8 Bluetooth Headphones

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.

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SoundPEATS Q11 Bluetooth Headphones

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.

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SoundPEATS A1 Bluetooth Wireless Headset

The A1’s, from SoundPEATS, are a budget over-the ear Bluetooth headset. They are very well padded – both the ear sections and the headband and, needless to say, comfort is not an issue. There are numerous control buttons around the ear-cups, and these look to be metallic but are actually very well disguised plastic (to keep costs and weight down). Otherwise, looks-wise, they’re a little disappointing. In matt black, with no other colour highlights, they look a little bland.

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SoundPEATS Q9A Wireless Earbuds

The SoundPEATS Q9A are a pair of wireless earbuds/earphones that use Bluetooth (4.1 to be more specific) to connect to your phone or other device. They also use APT-X, so if your transmitting device has the same technology you’ll benefit from much clearer Bluetooth sound.

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SoundPEATS M20 Earphones

The SoundPEATS M20 are a budget set of earphones which are designed to still deliver sound beyond their cheap price.

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SoundPEATS Q800 Bluetooth Earphones

SoundPEATS is a recently formed Chinese company, specialising in the design and manufacturer of audio products. And, like many Chinese technology companies, their products represent excellent value for money.

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