With LDAC™ High-resolution Codec Tech, SOUNDPEATS Capsule3 Pro is certified by Hi-Res Audio Wireless, supporting transmission of up to 990 kbps, transmitting pure high-fidelity sound, and bringing out every last detail. The custom-made 12mm biodynamic divers and Bluetooth5.3 of Capsule3 Pro let you get lost in the seamlessly tuning audio, from 20 Hz to 40 kHz, from luscious treble to boundless bass!
Hear What You Want to Hear
Hi-Res Listening at Every Moment
Little Goes a Long Way
Each earbud weighted only 0.17oz, bringing you burden-free comfort and convinience. Littile as it is, the Capsule3 Pro is enhanced on battery capacity allowing it a prolonged 52-hours of listening with 5.5 times charges in the case. Feel free to listen for up to 8 hours in the normal mode, or 5.5 hours in the ANC mode. Bring Capsule3 Pro, music always on!
World In or Out? As Your Wish
Want to let the world out? Capsule3 Pro Wireless Earbuds boost a groundbreaking tri-mic Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation Tech with maximum ANC depth as high as 43dB to bring you a distraction-free listening and peace of mind. Or you want to let the world in? Just a 1.5s tap on the left bud swiching to Transparency Mode to let outside sound in, so you can hear what's going on around you.
Never Struggle To Hear or Be Heard
Carefully positioned to be closer to your mouth, each stick of Capsule3 Pro houses 3 highly-sensitive microphones (FF+FB+CALL MIC) that let you take and make calls with confidence. Enjoy a crystal clear call no matter in a subway station, busy airport, restaurant, office, or quiet home.
Lower Game Latency, Match Sound with Sight
Benefited from the algorithm optimizations, Capsule3 Pro effectively reaches the gaming latency lowest up to 70ms. A simple triple-tapping on the left bud to enter game mode achieves the synchronization in sound and sight, and then your onscreen actions will be more immersive and rewarding!
Supported Bluetooth Codec: LDAC,SBC,AAC
What's in the Box
SOUNDPEATS Capsule3 Pro In-Ear True Wireless Earbuds
Type-C Charging Cable
Eartips*3 : S M L
Battery Capacity: 35*2 mAH(Earbuds) 500mAH (Case)
Charging Time: ≤1 hour(Earbuds& Case)
Charging Port: Type-C
Total Playtime: 52 hours
Single Earbud Weight: 5g
Charging Case with Earbuds: 48g
Control Type: Touch
Waterproof Rating: IPX4
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10% or less Red
While charging the case, the indicator flashed slowly.
Warm tip: Please be careful not to press the earphone too hard in the charging case, so as not to damage the copper pillars in the charging case.
2.Please make sure the earbuds are correctly placed in the charging case, and make sure the charging contacts are clean. Please try to clean the places between the charging case and the earbuds with something like a microfiber cloth.
In addition, not using the earbuds for a long time, and earbuds storage location is not dry, moisture will also cause damage to the earbuds.
If you haven't used your headphones for five months, the battery is probably dead. At this point, we suggest that you first check whether the charging case has power (whether the indicator light is on) and whether the charging contact at the bottom of the earbuds and charging case is dirty.
If there is dirt, please clean the charging contact at the bottom of the charging case with a dry cloth or towel. As for earbuds not turning on or the battery drain rapidly when earbuds are taken out of the case, Our recommendation is to place the earbuds into the charging case for 2 hours and close the cover repeatedly and try this way for 1-2 days.
2. click "get verification code";
3. Type in the code you get from your email;
4. Finish register;
2. Check your spam folders/junk inbox first;
3. Try to register with a different email address;
4. Uninstall the App of the SoundPEATS then re-install it and restart your device to register again;
5. Please manually type your e-mail into the area instead of auto fill for your e-mail address, and also please pay attention to the format of English letters and the space before and after the email address;
6. Please try to turn off anti-virus software. If you have data encryption software on your phone, you may have to turn it off momentarily;
2. Please make sure that the earbuds Bluetooth name is the default “ SOUNDPEATS Mini Pro HS “.If you changed the default name, please change to its original format. Then restart your phone. Please note that if you change the default Bluetooth name of the model, it may cause connection issue to this app.
3. Please make sure both earbuds pair with each other, then connect to you phone first. After the earbuds connected to your phone, then please open the app to connect earbuds.
4. If the earbuds could not still connect to app, please follow the steps one by one:
-try to turn off earbuds app completely (Turn off the background running of the app totally);
-unpaired the earbuds via your phone, then turn off phone Bluetooth;
-put two earbuds into the charging case and do a reset as the manual; -reconnect the earbuds to your phone first after reset (In this step, please make sure SoundPEATS APP is off);
-re-open the app to search earbuds to connect to app;
1. Please try to reset the earbuds as the manual;
2. Take the earbuds out of the charging case and leave some time for the two earbuds to pair with each other. Then please turn on the blue tooth of your phone to connect with the earbuds;
3. Make sure your phone is connected with good network. Turn off the app and reopen it;
4. Try to connect the app with your phone and do the upgrade again;
Precautions during the app upgrade process:
1. During the upgrade, the distance between the earbuds and the mobile phone must be within 0.5 meters;
2. Do not put the earbuds into the charging case;
3. Do not disconnect, play music, or answer the phone calls;
4. Don't close or shrink the upgrade page;
I use these buds around the office for calls, and at home for YouTube videos, Amazon music, etc. They're very comfortable for extended wear. The sound quality is as good as any other bluetooth buds I've tried.
What I really like are the noise cancellation modes - pass through, normal, and ANC. The difference between modes is very noticeable. Pass through is nice when you need to have a side conversation; normal is good for walking around town, when you need to have some awareness of traffic, but still want good sound, and ANC is great for meetings.
To start, the case that these buds come with is surprisingly good. It feels well built and looks sharp. It also is a great size, especially compared to previous pairs of wireless earbuds that I have owned.
The battery life on these earbuds is good, with a full charge of the buds lasting about a half a day of constant use. And, this can be increased by the case, giving the buds more than enough battery life.
The audio quality of these buds is acceptable. They sound reasonably balanced, but a little bass heavy. Of course, most wireless headsets I've used tend to be low on the bass, so I'd rather it skew this way!
Overall, these buds deliver good sound and battery life in a solid case. And at this price point, they perform as well as other buds at or even more expensive that I've used. The minor knocks on audio quality are to be expected of wireless headsets at this price. If you really want the best audio quality at a lower price, wireless headphones are probably not the most cost-effective option.
But for normal use, these are easy to recommend!
I've started to migrate away from Bluetooth and focus on quality wired connections for music. However, sometimes it isn't possible to stay wired.
I've enjoyed other Soundpeats products, so I decided to try these out, especially with the LDAC codec. (If you don't know, LDAC transmits the most data over Bluetooth, getting us closer to a wireless lossless sound) Anyway, LDAC is supposed to provide the best sound via Bluetooth.
These fit like the airpods pro, so they don't cram far into the ear canal. These just seal off the ear canal. A good seal to the ear canal is crucial for the best sound, and I've always had issues getting buds like these to maintain that seal. These actually sealed fairly well and they are very comfortable to wear.
The sound quality is very subjective and I'll provide my opinion on the sound. I tried the preset EQ settings and they all sounded pretty bad. It either sounded muffled or very tinny. I finally found a custom EQ setting that sounded good for all genres of music. I'd say the sound is definitely not bass-heavy rather leaning to the highs. Some songs had shrill highs (I used all hi-def master tracks for testing so it's not the source that is shrill)
The noise cancelling worked fairly well. It masked the sound of my fan and brought my TV down to a murmur. The pass-thru function could be a little better. It didn't really amplify the surroundings.
After I fiddled with the settings, I finally got these to a point where I can recommend them.
These are a nice set of earphones without the super high price tag.
The noise cancellation was about the same as my Airpods that I have. They cancel out different sounds, but both are pretty good at stopping most of the external noise from coming in. It also lets you switch between listen through mode and standard noise cancellation.
Sound is good. So is the comfort level. Battery level is also good. Easy to charge and see when things are ready to go.
These are basically solid wireless earbuds.
I've always liked the SoundPEATS brand. I own several of their earbuds. This is no exception. Very nice looking with nice copper colored accents. Makes them look very expensive.
Sounds quality is wonderful. Maybe a tad high on the bass but there is an app that allows you to create your own equalization along with a bunch of presets. I found the presets to be terrible, but you can just use the SoundPEATS Classic and it will be just fine.
I have no way of testing the LDAC codec but I have no reason to believe it wouldn’t work fine.
All in all a great product at a great price.
These are nice earbuds. They sound great, feel good in my ears (and don’t fall out), and feel like good quality. If you’re looking for a decent quality pair of buds that won’t break the bank, these are a good choice.
The buds sound great, and I like that I can activate game mode and ANC without needing to go to the app. But I did find them not all that responsive to taps. Sometimes tapping on one of the earbuds does nothing. Sometimes it takes several attempts to get them to respond. This should get ironed out in a firmware update. A little annoying but not a show-stopper.
The ANC works great. I tried standing in front of a 60DB air conditioner with them in ANC mode, and the sound nearly disappeared. I’d say the 40 DB ANC noise reduction is accurate. I also checked out the game mode by watching a few YouTube videos. I can still detect lip-sync delay, but not so bad as to be annoying. I’d say the 70 ms latency they quote is accurate.
These are decent earbuds. The annoyance with the app is a minor issue, and a firmware update will no doubt fix the other issue. Once they are paired, and you’re listening to music, they are great. I checked out the supported codecs, and I’m posting a screenshot with this review. They support SBC with a high bit pool of 52 (equates to about 380 kbit/s), AAC, and LDAC. I have an iPhone, so I could only test LDAC on my PC. It works and sounds good, though, to my ears, I didn’t notice any difference over AAC. That could be my source (I’m using Spotify, which caps out at around 320 kbit/s).
There are better buds out there, but these are quite good for the price, especially if you have a device that supports LDAC.
Capsule3 Pro themselves are actually pretty good. The battery life is excellent, easily lasts a couple days of medium use. The noise cancelling is good, and just like all the others, some low and high frequency noises will still find their way in. Phone calls were good, as well. People on the other end could hear me clearly and with minimal background noises.
Overall, these are a really good pair of earbuds. I do highly recommend them, I just don't like the idea of forced app registration and account creation.