They Are Awesome!
I test many wireless earbuds for my channel, in fact, I have a draw full of them!
Whilst testing does include daily driving a set of earbuds for at least a week, my go-to wireless earbuds for almost a year have been the Google Pixel Buds Pro.
I love their sound quality, great bass as well as the features they come with such as Multi-Point Bluetooth.
While I’ve been seriously enjoying the Pixel Buds Pro as my daily driver, I recently tried a new product which I feel matches my taste in music more, the Soundpeats Capsule 3 Pro.
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been testing the SoundPeats Capsule 3 Pro which if you haven’t checked out my review, I highly recommend you do so! You can find a link to it here or underneath this blog post.
I think that the SoundPeats Capsule 3 Pro are an excellent set of wireless earbuds, which for the price of £63 are just exceptional!
I wanted to start this post by talking about their stunning design, an area in which Soundpeats never disappoints!
Soundpeats have done a really good job with the Capsule 3 Pro, I absolutely adore the Bronze-on-Black approach!
The earbuds themselves feel plasticky which at that price, you can’t really complain about as they really do look like a much more premium set of earbuds.
The case itself is a standard-looking case and you can find a similar looking one with many of their products. It feels cheap and cheerful but keeps to the Bronze-on-Black approach.
Let us move on to something more important and the primary reason why I’m thinking of switching to the SoundPeats Capsule 3 Pro.
From the very first time I put these into my ears, I found them to be loud, especially if we compare them to the Pixel Buds Pro.
To some that may be a good thing, but for those of you who don’t like loud music, I would keep away from the top volume levels.
I tend to be a fan of loud music and I found that even at full volume, the sound quality remained the same.
I find the bass to be punchy and well weighted, but at the same time, not overpowering, which is something that not many manufacturers seem to get right.
Active Noise Cancellation (ANC)
Based on my experience with the Soundpeats Capsule 3 Pro, they tend to block out external noise really well.
During my tests, I’ve taken them to some very loud places including the train station, which can be a very loud place! I’ve also taken them on a train with me, to a busy cafe and a busy road.
In all of the above scenarios, the Soundpeats Capsule 3 Pro’s performed exceptionally well, especially at the train station, which was incredibly loud at the time!
The Soundpeats Capsule 3 Pro are certified by Hi-Res Audio and supports LDAC technology, so you will be able to enjoy the high-fidelity sound and hear every detail of your favourite songs. I tried the Capsule 3 Pro’s with Tidal and my music sounded really good and still loud.
Each earbud has 3 built-in microphones for super clear calls and to filter out background noise. I used these earbuds at work and during phone calls and from the feedback I received, my voice sounded really good.
The transparency mode is also really good, I could comfortably hear the cars around me when walking and I could have a conversation without removing the earbuds.
Overall, the Soundpeats Capsule 3 Pro are definitely a great set of wireless earbuds. They are perfect for someone in the market for a new set of earbuds under the £100 price tag.
Outside of testing, I’ve definitely been using the Soundpeats Capsule 3 Pro more than any other wireless earbuds, including the Google Pixel Buds Pro!
I definitely think that these earbuds will become my daily drivers for the foreseeable future, and rightly so! I mean they sound great, are packed with useful features and support Hi-Res audio.
My YouTube Review
Disclaimer: This sample was provided by Soundpeats for an honest review. All opinions, observations and feelings are based on my own experience of using the product.