SoundPEATS Life Review

Sounpeats Life review featured

Today’s review is of the SoundPEATS Life TWS earphone. The Life features active noise cancelling (ANC) with ambient mode, Bluetooth 5.2 and a 12mm dynamic driver. The price is $32.

Disclaimer: This sample was provided by Soundpeats for an honest review. All observations and opinions here are based on my experience with the product.

SoundPEATS Life Review
With good ANC and sound at this price, it's hard to find faults with the SoundPEATS Life earbuds.
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Active noise cancellation with transparency mode
Smooth and engaging sound
Overall bass impact
Value for money
App support
No LDAC or aptX
No wireless charging
Bass might be too heavy (without EQ) for some listeners
Our Score

SoundPEATS Life

  • Sensitivity: 119±3dB
  • Resistance: 32Ω
  • Frequency Response Range: 20-20KHz
  • Codecs: SBC
  • Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth 5.2
  • Maximum Working Range: 33 feet/10m (no obstacle)
  • Playing Time: About 5 hours (volume at 60%)
  • 1Earbuds Charging Time: About 1.5 hours
  • Charging Case Charging Time: About 2 hours
  • Price: $32
What’s in the Box
  • SOUNDPEATS Life Wireless Earbuds
  • Charging Cable
  • Charging Case
  • 3x Pairs of Interchangeable Ear Tips
  • User Manual
Open charging case

Call, Video and Game Performance

The call quality on the SoundPEATS Life is decent. There’s some audible Bluetooth compression but my voice sounds clear and loud enough to easily make calls.

I didn’t notice any latency while watching YouTube videos on my iPhone. The gaming performance is great, especially in Game Mode (3x clicks on the left earbud or use the app to enable).


The SoundPeats Life puts a lot of emphasis on its bass. Bass notes are thick and have a slower decay, giving them a large girth. Kick drums thump like a swift down pillow to the head and sub-bass notes gleefully produce a deep rumble.

While this might be ideal for bass lovers, it might be a bit over the top for some. Thankfully, you can adjust the bass level with the SoundPEATS app’s preset or custom EQ modes. I spent most of my listening time on the “Bass Reduction” preset.

The midrange is warm and full-bodied. It’s slightly recessed due to the abundant bass, but it’s clear and engaging enough to get you singing along with the music. You might be surprised by the level of resolution too: for a budget TWS, the Life holds the mids together well with good restraint and note density.

The treble is laid-back, lending a darker tonality to the overall presentation. Despite that, the soundstage is still fairly wide and you never feel cramped or boxed in. The highs are smooth and should be tolerable even for treble-sensitive listeners.

Sounpeats Life earbuds with case


The SoundPEATS Life TWS earbuds come with proper ANC, decent battery life and pretty impressive audio quality. That’s hard to beat at this price, making them great value.

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