Customer Review

Reviewed in Australia on 24 October 2020
I have the TruEngine SE 3, which I love, so this was a pair to swap in between whilst the other is charging.
Also, I quite prefer this form factor, as there's no mucking about with silicon tips.
Without further ado, here's my breakdown of the TruAir2.

Pro(s):
- Good fit. These do not move when you put them in.
- Much more noticeable bass. Great for those RnB tunes. The 14.2-millimeter driver that definitely comes through, and I was surprised that there was some 'kick' in in-ear TWS earbuds. LMFAO.
- Battery case form factor is much more travel friendly compared to the TruEngine SE 3. It's slim, light, and fits in any pocket neatly. This is a huge plus, because the TruEngine SE 3 case is THICC. (See attached photo)
- Responsive touch controls. To be fair, I've been impressed by SoundPeats touch controls. It's consistently good.
- QC3040, so aptX, instant pairing, solid connectivity and no drop outs.
- $17 cheaper than the SoundPeats TruEngine SE 3 ($64 vs $47)
- No bright white LED when music/podcast has ended. (TruEngine SE 3 quirk) The wife doesn't get a flash of white light next to me. :)
- Good microphone. Better than the TruEngine SE 3s. This is the wife's verdict from our phone calls.
- I can sleep in bed on the side in the TruAir 2s. I can't do that on the Tru Engine SE 3s, as they jut out too much.

Con(s):
- OK battery life. Only get just over 4 hours at 50% volume.
- Softer trebles. Volume feels slightly less than TruEngine SE 3s.
- IPX4 only vs IPX5 on the TruEngine SE 3. The TruAir 2s' box claims to be marketed for "Urban Sports", so should handle some sweat though.
- Case has no indicator light, so you kinda have to guess how charged up it is. Small quality of life inconvenience.

Conclusion
For the audiophiles, go straight to the SoundPeats TruEngine SE 3. The general audio quality from two 6mm drivers is just superior compared to the TruAir 2s. However, if you want some bass, pick these up. Heck, I'd recommend getting both of them, as you'll probably need to switch out as one pair is charging.
This is a worthwhile purchase. Recommended for the bass and form-factor.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worthwhile TWS Earbuds
By PC on 24 October 2020
I have the TruEngine SE 3, which I love, so this was a pair to swap in between whilst the other is charging.
Also, I quite prefer this form factor, as there's no mucking about with silicon tips.
Without further ado, here's my breakdown of the TruAir2.

Pro(s):
- Good fit. These do not move when you put them in.
- Much more noticeable bass. Great for those RnB tunes. The 14.2-millimeter driver that definitely comes through, and I was surprised that there was some 'kick' in in-ear TWS earbuds. LMFAO.
- Battery case form factor is much more travel friendly compared to the TruEngine SE 3. It's slim, light, and fits in any pocket neatly. This is a huge plus, because the TruEngine SE 3 case is THICC. (See attached photo)
- Responsive touch controls. To be fair, I've been impressed by SoundPeats touch controls. It's consistently good.
- QC3040, so aptX, instant pairing, solid connectivity and no drop outs.
- $17 cheaper than the SoundPeats TruEngine SE 3 ($64 vs $47)
- No bright white LED when music/podcast has ended. (TruEngine SE 3 quirk) The wife doesn't get a flash of white light next to me. :)
- Good microphone. Better than the TruEngine SE 3s. This is the wife's verdict from our phone calls.
- I can sleep in bed on the side in the TruAir 2s. I can't do that on the Tru Engine SE 3s, as they jut out too much.

Con(s):
- OK battery life. Only get just over 4 hours at 50% volume.
- Softer trebles. Volume feels slightly less than TruEngine SE 3s.
- IPX4 only vs IPX5 on the TruEngine SE 3. The TruAir 2s' box claims to be marketed for "Urban Sports", so should handle some sweat though.
- Case has no indicator light, so you kinda have to guess how charged up it is. Small quality of life inconvenience.

Conclusion
For the audiophiles, go straight to the SoundPeats TruEngine SE 3. The general audio quality from two 6mm drivers is just superior compared to the TruAir 2s. However, if you want some bass, pick these up. Heck, I'd recommend getting both of them, as you'll probably need to switch out as one pair is charging.
This is a worthwhile purchase. Recommended for the bass and form-factor.
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