SoundPeats Space Review – Best Battery

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In this article, I’m reviewing the SoundPeats Space Bluetooth headphones. Space features hybrid Active Noise Cancelling (ANC), Bluetooth 5.3 and outstanding battery life. It’s priced at $79.

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

SoundPeats Space Review – Best Battery
The SoundPeats Space do just about everything right at a wallet friendly price.
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Preset and custom EQ modes
Amazing battery life
Low-latency gaming mode
Good ANC performance
SoundPeats app support
Decent call quality
Wired mode is underwhelming
Non-detachable earpads
Our Score

SoundPeats Space

In the Box
  • SoundPEATS Space Headphones
  • Type C Cable
  • 3.5 mm AUX Cable
  • User Guide
SoundPeats Space design


The SoundPeats Space feel good for $79 Bluetooth headphones. They’re lightweight but sturdy and don’t have a hollow or cheap feel about them. I think they look great with the SoundPeats ‘S’ logo on the earcups.

A fabric cover is on top of the headband and protein leather covers the padded underside. The protein leather earpads are plush and soft, making them comfortable even during long listening sessions, although they can get on the ears after a while.

The earcups rotate about 95 degrees so you can lay them flat around your neck or on a surface while not in use. Moreover, the headphones are foldable which makes them more compact for transport or storage.

Volume and playback controls and the power button are located on the right earcup and the ANC button is on the left side.

Soundpeats Space earcups and earpads

Bluetooth and Battery Life

The SoundPeats Space comes with Bluetooth 5.3 for a fast and stable connection. AAC and SBC codecs are present but there’s no aptX or LDAC.

With ANC turned on, the headphones deliver an outstanding battery life of up to 65 hours, extending to an amazing 123 hours when ANC is turned off. You can get a crazy 12 hours of playback from a 10-minute fast charge so you never need to worry about running out of battery.

Active Noise Cancelling (ANC)

The ANC is effective at cutting out low-frequency sounds like engines, fans and air conditioners. I found it worked great, especially for a cheaper BT headphone. What’s more, the audio quality is consistent between ANC modes which is impressive.

Transparency mode, as with most budget gear, is hit-and-miss. It effectively raises ambient sounds but everything comes through thin and tinny and sounds unnatural.

SoundPeats APP

One thing that sets SoundPeats products apart is the excellent app support. The app gives you access to extra customization, ANC and game mode settings plus the preset and customized EQ settings. The EQ settings, in particular, are incredibly useful for users. If you want more bass, just switch to Bass boost mode. Too much bass? Try the Bass reduction mode or any of the other presets. But I know a lot of people will end up enjoying the benefits of the 10-band custom equalizer. It makes it fast and easy to tune the sound just the way you like it.

Call, Video and Game Performance

I found the microphone quality of the SoundPEATS Space to be above average for budget headphones. My voice sounds quite clear and easy to understand, even if it could use more fullness. It’s fine for making calls and for video conferencing.

Video and game performance are both very good. The Space has a dedicated low-latency gaming mode which works extremely well but even in normal mode, I found its performance was great.

Space buttons and microphone


So how does the SoundPeats Space sound? It’s smooth as velvet, lush and vibrant. It has a juicy bass with deep, satisfying tones. The bass bleeds into the mids a little in the SoundPeats classic EQ preset but if you find it’s too much you can switch presets or dive into the customizable EQ. But I found it to be nicely balanced with the rest of the spectrum and not overpowering.

The mids sound lush but vibrant. Midrange notes get warmth and body from the bass but still produce vibrant and colourful tones. The midrange is soulful and emotive and evokes deep feelings and connection in music and movies.

There’s no need for concern if you are sensitive to treble because Space’s high-frequencies are smooth and non-fatiguing. It’s not a sparkly treble but it’s inoffensive while still creating ample energy and detail retrieval.


Final UX2000

The UX2000 (review here) feels more premium in the hands – the plastic is a bit more solid and silky smooth to the touch. At the same time, UX2000 is a tad heavier, adding to the premium feel.

Concerning audio quality, the UX2000 is simply no match for Space. It’s dominated by heavy bass and the midrange sounds thick and congested. Moreover, there’s (currently) no app support outside of the Japanese market and thus no way to customize the sound profile.

ANC is comparable on both headphones and both have decent call quality. Considering the UX2000 is $119 compared to $79 for the Space, I’d say the Space is the clear winner here in everything except build materials.

Soundpeats Space profile


Simply put, the SoundPeats Space Bluetooth headphones are staggeringly good value for money. From the design and functionality to the audio quality, these might just be at the top of their class right now. Recommended.

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