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Soundpeats H1 Premium True Wireless Stereo Earbuds Review

Soundpeats H1

The Soundpeats H1 is the latest TWS of the brand that is now available locally via Digital Walker stores, This new Soundpeats TWS features a Qualcomm QCC3040 Bluetooth chipset with Hybrid Dual Drivers.

Soundpeats H1

Soundpeats is one of the best Wireless Stereo Earbuds brands I've used, it's also affordable, and they offer a wide variety of wireless earbuds models and designs. This time I got a chance to review the new Soundpeats H1 Premium courtesy of Digital Walker.

Soundpeats H1 Premium Specs

Wireless Stereo Earbuds
Dual Mic per earbuds & cVc Noise Cancellation
Bluetooth 5.2
aptX™ Adaptive, SBC, AAC
Qualcomm QCC3040 processor
Knowles Balanced Armature Driver & 8.6mm Dynamic Driver
IPX5 Waterproof
Type-C and wireless charging
HS: 60mAh / BS: 500mAh battery
6.5g Headphones Weight
44g Charging Case Weight

Soundpeats H1

What’s in the box?
The Soundpeats H1 Premium comes in standard packaging, with the image of the earbud on the front and back of the box, while at the side are some technical specs.

Soundpeats H1

There are several items included in the box, including the Soundpeats H1 earphones, charging case, Type-C charging cable, three spare eartips, and a user manual.

Design and Features
It's a pair of wireless earbuds that weighs only 6.5g per earbud and measures 24.5x22.5x27mm in size. It features a front-facing LED notification light, is composed of matte plastic and comes in gray and black colors. It features a transparent plastic inside that reveals the internal components, which adds to its sleek appearance.

Soundpeats H1

The earbuds' general shape and form are attractive to the sight; they are not excessively bulky or protrude from the ear; they also fit comfortably in my ear and thus are comfortable to wear. They successfully block out the majority of ambient noise, which is advantageous indoors but poses a slight safety risk when worn outside, as it is safer to hear what is going on around you while wearing the earbuds. To compensate for this, I use only one earbud to maintain awareness of my surroundings.

The Soundpeats H1 supports touch controls on the head of the earbuds.
  • One tap - volume up/down
  • Double tap - play/pause/accept voice calls (can also be used voice commands)
  • Tap and Hole of 1.5sec -skip tracks
  • Triple tap - activate voice assistant function
Soundpeats H1

The charging case, which also serves as a carrying case for the earbuds when not in use, is made of plastic material. The top is easy to open, it appears to be sturdy, and it is small enough to fit into a pocket or purse.

Soundpeats H1

Charging is accomplished via a Type-C connection on the back, and the case also supports wireless charging. Inside the case, four LED notification lights to indicate the battery level. Additionally, there is a status LED light on the back, adjacent to the USB-C port.

It's simple to pair the Soundpeats H1; simply remove the earbuds from their case and they'll enter pairing mode. On my smartphone, I simply enable Bluetooth and search and pair the Soundpeats H1. With Bluetooth 5.2 wireless communication, the connection is quick and stable.

Soundpeats H1

It utilizes TrueWireless Mirroring technology, which means that only one earbud maintains a Bluetooth connection with the smartphone at a moment, while the other reflects the connection. This allows me to keep one earbud in my ear while leaving the other in the case; the downside is that it only delivers mono sound quality.

Performance and Sound Quality
These earbuds sound fantastic; the music was crystal clear when both were worn. The distinction between the highs, mids, and lows is rather apparent. The bass is not as strong but still good, listening to Metal essentials tracks is still awesome.

Soundpeats H1

Podcasts are also enjoyable to listen to, and voice calls are clear as well as the microphone works perfectly to ensure that the other party on the line can easily hear my voice, courtesy of the phone's two built-in microphones and CVC 8.0 noise-canceling technology.

The enhanced 8.6 mm dynamic driver combined with the Knowles balanced armature speaker produces excellent music with deep bass, natural mids, and detailed treble.

One significant feature of these earbuds is the gaming mode, which maintains excellent audio sync by reducing latency to a minimum of 60 milliseconds. To engage in a virtually lag-free gaming experience, simply three tap to enter the game mode. It's also rated IPX5, which means it's splash-proof, so there's no need to worry about using it during a workout at the gym or while it's raining.

Battery Life
The H1 earbuds' battery life is rated at 10 hours on a single charge and 35 hours when used in conjunction with the charging case, according to Soundpeats. Based on my testing, the earphones lasted approximately 9 hours of use, which is still outstanding, and I was able to charge them six times more with the case, which is quite a bit of playtime.

Soundpeats H1

The long battery life is impressive, especially given the device's tiny size. Charging the earphones in the case takes roughly 1.5 hours, whereas charging the case takes approximately 2 hours via Type-C port, and even longer if wireless charging is used.

Good Sound quality
Cool design
Wireless charging case
Long battery life

Plastic built
Ambient outside noise

Final thoughts
The Soundpeats H1 is one of the most impressive wireless earbuds I had the pleasure of reviewing. The Hybrid Dual Drivers perform admirably and deliver excellent sound quality, making them suited for practically any genre of music. Its ergonomic design makes it pleasant to wear, and it features a strong wireless connection that makes it excellent for making calls. The Game mode is a standout feature, and the earbuds' lengthy battery life is impressive. Wireless charging is an added bonus.

The Soundpeats H1 is priced at P4,290 and currently, on promo, you can get one for only P3,790 on Digital Walker stores and Shopee and Lazada.

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