Sabbat E12 Ultra True Wireless IEMs Unboxing

Just yesterday afterwork hours I went directly to a store to buy my Sabbat E12 Ultra, the true wireless earbuds (or in ear monitors you can call it).

I was given X12 Pro, E12 and E12 Ultra to test. Well on the back they have the same look, the same shape, the same size (except the color)

Sabbat E12 Ultra (left I am wearing), E12 (middle), X12 Pro (right)

Sabbat E12 Ultra box packaging

I picked the bingo silver version: Bluetooth 5.0 and AptX support
On the box side, again it shows the Bluetooth 5.0, AptX, cVc 8.0 noise reduction for microphone, and more than 6 hours of battery between charges. It is also said the Sabbat E12 Ultra is a person’s concert, really?

If you already have a wireless charging pad (such as CHOETECH Wireless Charger with over 6,000 five-star ratings), it is good to go.

On the other side it show the wireless charging capacity of the case. Compatible with QI-certified chargers (charging pad)

And the last side of the box

A lot of specs, the audio decoding which is AptX, AAC and SBC, charging port type C. Sadly no quick charging supported and it takes 60min to get full charge. The battery life is 6+ that is positive and I need to verify this.

The white box inside

The E12 Ultra earbuds with Sabbat logo.
Manufacturer name and address, the Sabbat E12 on the side means they use the same box for both E12 and E12 Ultra
Just opened the box – next to my travel coffee mug, the user guide for Sabbat E12 Ultra.
Under the user guide, a pair of earbuds with a lot of accessories – charging case, 6 pairs of eartips. No foam tips included. The black pair with a shallow insertion will change the sounding profile – lack in bass and less secure fit.
Oh, it includes a travel pouch and USB type-C charging cable. I forget to mention the charging case has a USB-type C port for charging.
I pop earbuds into the case, it is being charged. But the earpiece doesn’t always fit right, it can play music (in connected mode) when I pop them back in.
I like this glossy, polishing finish. This charging case is no upgrade, the same for the E12 model
With battery level indicator you will know when to place it on the wireless charging pad

At first it’s not easy to take the earbuds out of the case, then I figure out the trick.

How to take earbuds out the charging case

After pairing and connecting with my phone, every time when I take the earbuds out of the case, it is automatically connected to my phone. I tried to turn off Bluetooth and turn it on again, it still does so – that’s nice.

The Bluetooth connection is solid (the QCC3020 Bluetooth chipset does a good job for both sound and Bluetooth), and I haven’t experienced Bluetooth cut out yet. And because the QCC3020 requires less-power to perform, the E12 Ultra comfortably plays more then 6 hours.

The QCC3020 processor has been used in 1More Stylish True Wireless.

On the go, it is just like this

I got a few phone calls and Messenger call from my friends and both earpieces work, not the single bud (L, R).

Fit and comfort

The Sabbat E12 Ultra look much larger than my old FiiO EX1 earbuds, but the first is more comfortable, if you have smaller ears than mine, it may not fit.
They fit perfectly into my ears

After one day of listening various kinds of music, I feel the sound is better, perhaps it would have gone through burning-in, perhaps it’s a charming friend, the more I spend time with, the more I find something news and interesting. It’s true for a good pair of earbuds because at first having them on you listen your favorite tracks, you won’t immediately know how they are different, replay you acknowledge that they just heard the sound you never hear before from those songs. Read my full review here for the sound quality.

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  1. M Ramirez December 22, 2019
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