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Here's a battery_bench.txt of a build from the latest 2a1e9eb-160503, repeat album, Opus 192kbps, files on microSD, EQ on, screen off. Device (Clip Zip) bought new on May 2015. Ignore the 02:34:55, that was from charging. Also, device had crashed during the first run.  [[SPOILER]]
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It's strange how little impact these have made on this side of the community (although I recall there was a couple of mentions of these on r/headphones). Perhaps they've had better luck on the European forums. It's a real shame, considering the pedigree of the designer. I would have liked to have seen more impressions on these.
Big Black - Atomizer     Tim Hecker - Love Streams
Yep. I sure love Seifeld.   The BA100 foams are a bit stiffer (read: cheap-feeling, like a lot of foam tips that come stock) than Complys or Olives. That might be good for some people. For instance, I don't even have to squeeze them for insertion. Speaking of Olives, I had some stems for foams that managed to fit the Titan nozzles, and put some de-cored Olives over them a while back. Comfy, but the Olive foam kept sliding off. Probably could have used some adhesive.
Mulva May. Man-hands May. (Junior) Mint May. Maestro May.
And sometimes they fall asleep on you!
I did the exact same thing yesterday, also with the Titans (1ES). Then I watched some Seinfeld with them.  I also use foam tips on them (not Complys, I'm using the ones supplied with the Hisound BA100s) as it's really the only way to get a shallower fit, while still having a seal secure enough to not have them fall out. And this way, the earphone body, and that sharp edge on the ear-facing side, does not touch the ears. And, I get a chance to use foam tips. I hardly ever...
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Yes! I've been following the thread on the Rockbox forums, and have been using Mihail's patches for voltage scaling for a while now. I was really happy when I saw that upstream had merged it. The battery on my current unit is around a year old, and currently gets 15-20 hours (playing Opus files, various IEMs). These are not hard numbers, have not run a battery_bench. Either way, 15-20 hours is already fantastic compared to the 11-12 hours I had prior to these changes.
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