Soundpeats T3 Review: GREAT OPTION under $40!!
If you remember my Soundpeats Mini Pro review, I thought they were pretty good, but the price was a little too high. Well, the Soundpeats T3 actually sounds almost quite as good, but it’s more affordable and I think I can recommend this much easier.
So, let’s talk design. These come in a black, plastic case that’s, unfortunately, still quite prone to these scuffs and scratches. I haven’t even dropped these yet, these are just scuffs from being rubbed against stuff in my bag. The good part here, though, is that the case is relatively resilient to skin oils from your fingers and such, so yeah. There’s a charging LED that also serves as a case battery indicator, although it’s quite vague. A green light means there’s 50-99% battery, a yellow light is 10% to 49% and a red light means the case has under 10% battery.
On the side of the case, you get an off-centered USB-C charging port. While I’m very thankful for the inclusion of USB-C, this off-centre placement kinda drives me nuts. But I guess it’s a small price to pay.
As for the earbuds, they’re the standard stemmed design, which is fine. They sit securely enough in the ear for me with the medium si