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post #2341 of 35472

im looking for a headset to use on my android smartphone.

i want to use it as control while listening music, like go to Next Track (especially this function)

 

Here is lots of Mx3 Moxpad users, can one say the button on wire do this or not ? i mean play Next Track . on Android 4.2 Smartphone ???

 

and Somic mh410i : http://www.buyincoins.com/item/41873.html

 

 

i think moxpad has better quality but if Somic can do the music control i will buy it.

 

Anyone knows this issue ? which ones button is working on android ?


Edited by MaDMaxiBo - 4/3/14 at 2:59pm
post #2342 of 35472

Moxpad X3 : i asked the seller about the android Next Track issue and the answer is : "As long as it is like an apple mobile phone standard interface, usually can use the remote control function, the Android system also can.
If the standard interface is not an apple mobile phone, may not be able to use wire."

 

There is no exact answer. 

 

Could anyone try it with android phone plz ?


Edited by MaDMaxiBo - 4/3/14 at 3:00pm
post #2343 of 35472

^^ Thanks I know the ebay seller but found it on amazon.co.uk and there are "different" versions for CX55 and CX400/300 but they look the same.

post #2344 of 35472

Which earphones are easier to drive?

 

MH1C or Pistons?

 

also anybody compared soundmagic E10 to those?

 

I just bought Sansa Clip+ for usage while snowboarding but my B2 and B3 are too power hungry for this little thing.

post #2345 of 35472
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Originally Posted by Bananiq View Post
 

Which earphones are easier to drive?

 

MH1C or Pistons?

 

also anybody compared soundmagic E10 to those?

 

I just bought Sansa Clip+ for usage while snowboarding but my B2 and B3 are too power hungry for this little thing.

MH1C is easier to drive.

A rockboxed Clip+ drives both of them well.

post #2346 of 35472
Yes mh1c is easy to drive but it will constantly fall from your ears. Cable is extremely microphonic as well. If you didn' t mention snowboarding I could possibly advise it on the first place. You may buy a moxpad x3 for sports purpose. Over the ear and snug fit is priority for that kind of conditions...
Edited by Baycode - 4/3/14 at 11:37am
post #2347 of 35472

^ thanks,

so Pistons are less microphonic and more suitable for sports than MH1C? I was thinking about Moxpad but heard that Pistons are better in SQ so gave up on them.

post #2348 of 35472
For sports your priority should be secure fit and microphonics. Also think about the wind noise. Some of the iems enhance the wind sound. Some are better for this respect. Sound quality comes the second. I have no idea on Pistons suitability for sports. But I have meelectronics ai-m6 for sports and very happy with it while mtbiking. Moxpads form is the same. For the sound it seems that the Pistons are better though...
post #2349 of 35472
Imo iems for sports should be over the ear design with as low profile, as possible. So something like meelec m6 (which I have) would be ideal for the role. M6 sounds pretty good out of normal sorces and it shines with something like DX50... Also, almost zero microphonics and zero windnoise. They cost 12-20$ depending on when you get it and won't be very sad to break one or two during sports activities...
post #2350 of 35472
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Originally Posted by Bananiq View Post
 

^ thanks,

so Pistons are less microphonic and more suitable for sports than MH1C? I was thinking about Moxpad but heard that Pistons are better in SQ so gave up on them.

Pistons are too heavy for sports - will fall out.

post #2351 of 35472

... It's funny but all of my Current DAPS and Amps are Chinnese :D

 

iBasso, Hifiman and Audio GD ^^

 

speaking of which, Hifiman makes a lovely DAP

 

iBassos makes a nice balanced portable amp

 

and Audio GD makes a killer Dac/Amp desktop combo! 

post #2352 of 35472

Don't we just love the Chinese :D

 

Won a fiio x5 at the La head fi meet and it just shipped two days ago so looking forward to it.

post #2353 of 35472
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Netforce View Post
 

Don't we just love the Chinese :D

 

Won a fiio x5 at the La head fi meet and it just shipped two days ago so looking forward to it.

Well that's awesome. Let us know how it is.

post #2354 of 35472
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Originally Posted by Baycode View Post

For sports your priority should be secure fit and microphonics. Also think about the wind noise. Some of the iems enhance the wind sound. Some are better for this respect. Sound quality comes the second. I have no idea on Pistons suitability for sports. But I have meelectronics ai-m6 for sports and very happy with it while mtbiking. Moxpads form is the same. For the sound it seems that the Pistons are better though...

 

Thanks for input - so the target is the best sounding Sport IEM:

 

Moxpad X3 vs MEElectronics M6 ---- what has better SQ?

 

I guess the other issues won't matter much because I will use helmet so there won't be much wind noise and falling out problems. Somic MH415 suitable too?

post #2355 of 35472
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bananiq View Post
 

 

Thanks for input - so the target is the best sounding Sport IEM:

 

Moxpad X3 vs MEElectronics M6 ---- what has better SQ?

 

I guess the other issues won't matter much because I will use helmet so there won't be much wind noise and falling out problems. Somic MH415 suitable too?

Somic is an awesome sounding iem. Fitment sucks though.

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