SOUNDPEATS is like the earphone maker equivalent of China handset makers. Why? They just can’t stop pushing new true wireless earbuds. Speaking of which, the SOUNDPEATS H1 Hybrid Dual-driver TWS Earbuds is one of the latest the company and it is now on Kickstarter.
If you have read my review on the TrueEngine 2, you will know I am sold by their quality and sound. While we are on the topic of review, there is one more review for a budget pair from SOUNDPEATS. So stay tune.
Anyhoo, back to the SOUNDPEATS H1. Like the TrueEngine2, the H1 is a dual-driver, but this time, SOUNDPEATS has gone for a hybrid dual drivers setup comprising of 8.6 mm driver and a Knowles Balanced Armature, and bolstered by a self-developed, patented crossover that promised to deliver HiFi sound.
Other highlights include Bluetooth 5.2, Qualcomm 3040 Bluetooth chip, Qualcomm aptX Adaptive, full touch controls, dual mic cVc noise cancellation, and a wireless charging case that offers a total of 40 hours of playtime.
Not going to lie. We can’t say if it sounds good or even awesome, but from a person who have reviewed two sets of TWS from SOUNDPEATS from two spectrum, I’d say sound should be decent, if not excellent, for the price point. But what’s music to one’s ears may not be for another, so we will leave to be the judge.
However, if you want to take plunge, you can find SOUNDPEATS H1 Hybrid Dual-driver TWS Earbuds on Kickstarter selling for 581 to 649 Hong Kong dollars (or about US$75-US$86, according to Kickstarter).
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