Soundcore Life P3 True Wireless IEM’s.

First review of the new year and this time we look at the Soundcore Life P3…

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 £69.99 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 P3 true wireless earbuds.
Charging case.
XS/S/M/L/XL eartips.
USB-C cable.

Input 5V ⎓ 0.35A
Battery capacity 63 mAh x 2 (earbuds);
800 mAh (charging case)
Charging time 3 hours
Playtime (varies by volume level and
Up to 7 hours (Total 35 hours with the
charging case)
Playtime (with ANC mode turned on) Up to 6 hours (Total 30 hours with the
charging case)
Driver size 11 mm x 2
Frequency response 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Impedance 16 Ω
Waterproof level IPX5
Bluetooth version V 5.0
Bluetooth range 15 m / 49 ft

Battery life:
Accurate to Soundcore’s claims.

Build and finish:
As I have come to expect from Soundcore, these are very well made.
The case has strong magnets inside so don’t worry about accidental IEM dropping out moments.
And wireless charging is included this time.
These came in “Oat white” and I adore the colour and texture.

Setup, app and use:
The Life P3 paired with my phone in moments and the connection there after is stable with no drop outs.
This time we are able to use the Soundcore app.
I have previous experience with the app and have writtten about it in previous reviews, so I won’t go into great length here.
Suffice to say however, the app is user friendly and is a fantastic tool with which you can tweak your IEM’s to your hearts content.

Soundcore have yet again created an extremely comfortable in-ear which I wore for hours of listening time with no discomfort or fatigue.
The included silicone ear tips are smooth and feel like silk in my ears!

The team at Soundcore have knocked it out of the ball park yet again and create a great sounding true wireless IEM that certainly punches well above its weight.
A wide, spacious soundstage and brilliant separation.
Controlled, low sweeping bass with tight accurate mid bass.
Mids are organic and airy and the highs finish everything off with a crisp, sharp top end that offers impressive clarity and detail.

Final thoughts:
For £69.99 you’re getting a true wireless IEM that sounds and looks more like something in the £150 and above range.
It’s a fantastic TWS IEM, stylish, comfortable and a lively perfomance.
You really can’t go wrong at this price point.


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