SoundPEATS Q32 true wireless earbuds are considered budget earbuds because of the price, but that’s where it ends. I have had the SoundPEATS Q32 for about a week and all I can say is I am very impressed. I have and have used a few True wireless headsets, Jabra elite 65t, Galaxy buds, Galaxy icon 2018, Mpow t6 , t5 and Tranya true wireless. They all have their strengths and weaknesses. The Galaxy’s and the Jabra elite 65t are costly and are a step above the rest for the total experience, but it comes with a price. The SoundPEATS Q32 are one the best of the so called budget headsets I have used. they deliver Robust sound with good Quality, long battery life, comfort, ease of use all for a budget price.
Whats in the box.
- rechargeable case
- 2 true wireless earbuds
- usb to micro usb cable
- extra ear tips to your ear size
Design and Build
The SoundPEATS Q32 has a very solid build, nothing feels cheap about it, the case is sturdy, although slightly larger than I like. It has a strong magnetic pull to hold the ear buds in place. There is a micro usb charger on the front as well as a button battery indicator to tell you when fully charged. The size and feel of the earbuds are great for me, They are small in size and fit in my ear securely and are very comfortable. I work outdoors and I use them for hrs at a time and not once did i feel uncomfortable with them on. The buttons on the earbuds themselves have a nice feel, easy to press and control.
Buttons And Functions
The buttons on the SoundPEATS Q32 are multi functionality. You can activate voice assistant with a 3 second press, you can pause or play music,videos answer calls and hang up all with 1 press on either earbud. You have the ability to fast forward or rewind both music and video using left or write earbuds, 2 presses on right side button will fast forward and 2 presses on left side will rewind.
Sound Quality and Battery
This is where the SoundPEATS Q32 seperates itself from Budget headset category. I find the sound on these to be on par with my Galaxy buds and my Jabra elite 65T. The volume is loud, sound is clear , highs, mids, and lows all sound fine for me. I’m no audiophile but color impressed especially at this price range, this is under $50. The battery is as advertised and the case can charge the earbuds up to 18 – 20 times giving it a 55hr life span.
I have absolutely no problem recommending these for anyone interested in buying a true wireless headset. I think pound for pound it matches up to any other headset I used. I will list the pros and con below and you decide if its for you.
- Sound quality
- Battery life
- can use left and right earbuds separately
- No Usb C charging (subjective)
- No volume control from headset itself
- Better IP rating
- no wireless charging (subjective)