Soundcore Life P2 Mini True Wireless In-ears.

Lorna & Soundcore were extremely kind and sent out a large haul a few months back. These fabulous little IEM’s are the first of many Soundcore reviews on the way.

Soundcore have not paid or sponsored me for this review.
This is an unbiased review and the views and opinions in this publication are my own.
I’d like to thank Lorna & Soundcore for kindly sending these True Wireless IEM’s out to The Audiophile Cafe for review.

They currently retail at £39.99 and you can find them by following this link:

Review equipment and software:
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
Qobuz Studio Premier.
Apple Music for Android.


Various albums on Apple Music and Qobuz Studio Premier.

What’s in the box:
Life P2 Mini true wireless earbuds.
Charging case.
XS/S/M/L/XL eartips.
USB-C cable.

10mm triple-layer dynamic drivers.
Playtime per charge: 8 hours.
Total playtime with charging case: 32 hours.
Fast charge: Charge for 10 minutes, listen for 1 hour.
IPX5 waterproof.
Bluetooth 5.2.
2 microphones with AI-enhanced uplink noise reduction.
Ultra-lightweight build, 3 EQ modes, touch control, USB-C.
Recommended for business calls, commute and travel.

Battery life:
As stated in the specs. Very impressive!

Build & finish:
This will be my second review of a Soundcore product. The first time around I was impressed with the build quality and finish and the same can be said for these Life P2 Mini’s.
The only thing I missed here was wireless charging. However, at this price point you can’t expect every bell and whistle.
And the USB-C is a good robust connection and the case charges quickly.

Setup, app and use:
Setup is straight forward with the bluetooth pairing first time and keeping a stable connection .
The Life P2 Mini don’t utilise the Soundcore app which for some will make these easier to use.
They do however, benefit from touch controls on both sides which are easy to use and the controls are clearly explained on the website.

The Life P2 Mini are light weight and extremely comfortable.
The ear-tips are silky soft and fit very well inside the ear.
I was able to wear them for a long 2.5 hour listening session without any discomfort.

Focused soundstage. In-car like.
Good separation of instruments and vocals.
Bass – Tight, punchy mid bass. Plenty of deep bass.
Mids – Smooth and defined.
Highs – Crisp and clear.

Final thoughts:
Bargain at £39.99!
Lightweight and very comfy.
fabulous sound for the price.
Suits all genres.
Great all rounder.
These were quickly taken off my hands by my son who has had his eyes on them for a while now.
He is enjoying them very much and prefers them over the far more expensive HIFIMAN TWS600!


Many thanks to all of my readers and contributors, both for the ongoing support and for your patience while I had some downtime.
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