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Good, wanted to believe that. They sounded decent enough for me not to be suspicious.
post #1097 of 35472
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Originally Posted by SyCo87 View Post

http://www.ibuygou.com/p-original_xiaomi_piston_earphone_updated_version_brown-5708-usd.html

Are these the real Pistons? I've already ordered it for my girlfriend and it sounds decent.


Is the unit for mute/volume control metal or plastic? 

post #1098 of 35472
I don't have it around me but, I believe it's black plastic.
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Just tried out the CoGoo T02's.

 

For the price there a darn site better than what you'll pick up at the local supermarket that's for sure.   The bass isn't terrific and the high's as mentioned are not crisp enough for my personal liking, but if your on a budget, these are worth the bargain basement price and will give you a set of headphones you'll actually use as opposed to throw away.

 

Not bad for the price.

 

6/10

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Originally Posted by Spaceresearcher View Post
 

Just tried out the CoGoo T02's.

 

For the price there a darn site better than what you'll pick up at the local supermarket that's for sure.   The bass isn't terrific and the high's as mentioned are not crisp enough for my personal liking, but if your on a budget, these are worth the bargain basement price and will give you a set of headphones you'll actually use as opposed to throw away.

 

Not bad for the price.

 

6/10

Yep, nothing more, nothing less. I've seen them on sale for $5, and they would blow away any $20 pair you would be forced to buy at an airport or supermarket if you forgot to bring a pair.

post #1101 of 35472
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Very good impressions on the AX35 through the first hour. I normally can't stand single BA sets, and the R-50 was way too harsh and shrill for me. This is my favorite in-ear with a BA unit to date.

 

 

Am i the only one with the AX30s? Would love to hear other opinions.

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Why my havi b3 sounds very weird
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Dont' rush the guy, lol! Sounds good. Hopefully the A81 do as they have a lot to prove for $299. The other $300 Chinese dynamic driver I know of, the Widening(or whatever the brand was) got no play most likely due to the over $300 price tag.

 

Widing ME10-EX. One of the best dynamic driver based IEMs I've heard. If they ever come out with the ME10-DX successor (that was scheduled for last year), I'll be all over it.

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Although the AX35 is the better earphone, the Somic MH415 is very very good for less than half the price. Very surprised by it. It's like a more refined Moxpad.

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Finding this thread during Chinese New Year == :(

 

My buddy who lives in Shenzhen told me to wait till about Feb 14th before placing any orders to avoid issues.

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Although the AX35 is the better earphone, the Somic MH415 is very very good for less than half the price. Very surprised by it. It's like a more refined Moxpad.

And they will be even better - give them at least 50 hours burn-in :)

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Although the AX35 is the better earphone, the Somic MH415 is very very good for less than half the price. Very surprised by it. It's like a more refined Moxpad.

Now I really want those. I've got Moxpad thanks to your recommendation and I'm loving them.

Any place I could get them before the end of Chinese New Year celebration? Can't see them on ebay / amazon.

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Although the AX35 is the better earphone, the Somic MH415 is very very good for less than half the price. Very surprised by it. It's like a more refined Moxpad.


Any chance you can try the cables on your Moxpad just to confirm they are compatible? Maybe they might make the Moxpad sound a little better :)

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Any chance you can try the cables on your Moxpad just to confirm they are compatible? Maybe they might make the Moxpad sound a little better :)

The MH415 cord does work on the Moxpad, and vice versa, and they may in fact sound slightly better. Could be placebo.

 

The Moxpad is way more comfortable though. I have trouble getting a good fit with the 415, but it sounds great when I do.

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Maybe placebo maybe not. I did notice in the MH415 cable pictures that it was braided and stood a chance of separating the channels better thus a slight improvement was possible. Not quite as good as what they did in the Havi B3 Pro but could best the Moxpad and/or the Soundsoul SQ a bit.

 

Look forward to the AX and MH impressions as they progress with burn in and tip rolling!

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