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post #16 of 57
I am wondering whether it will sound better if connecting to aptX enabled devices?
Btw I noticed that there is no NC, will it still be good to use during travel?
And what about the leak? smily_headphones1.gif
post #17 of 57
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Originally Posted by zodiac007 View Post

I am wondering whether it will sound better if connecting to aptX enabled devices?
Btw I noticed that there is no NC, will it still be good to use during travel?
And what about the leak? smily_headphones1.gif

Leakage is pretty good. Not much leakage. I don't have any aptX enable device, so I can't comment on that. They have bit of isolation, so they can be used for commuting/traveling.

post #18 of 57
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Simple and classy looking rig!

Sorry for poor pic quality. I only have my phone to take pics with.

post #19 of 57
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Leakage is pretty good. Not much leakage. I don't have any aptX enable device, so I can't comment on that. They have bit of isolation, so they can be used for commuting/traveling.

Thks, Pal. smily_headphones1.gif
post #20 of 57

No over ear version?

post #21 of 57
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No over ear version?

Sadly, just on ears for now. Voxoa is a new company, so there definitely is a chance for future over ear version though. But the on ears are still very comfortable.

post #22 of 57

An APT-X device is a must for devices like these. Bluetooth 3.0 and 2.1 will sound horrible in comparison. Use a Bluetooth 4.0 apt-x adapter for your pc if needed. They are $13.

 

The Voxoa seem to be a rebrand of these. Most likely the same OEM.

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Free-Shipping-Wireless-Bluetooth-stereo-headset-headphone-with-mic-for-cellphone-PC-MP3-MP4-wireless-headphone1/109695_1045384554.html

 

$38 shipped vs. $150 is a massive price difference.

post #23 of 57
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An APT-X device is a must for devices like these. Bluetooth 3.0 and 2.1 will sound horrible in comparison. Use a Bluetooth 4.0 apt-x adapter for your pc if needed. They are $13.

 

The Voxoa seem to be a rebrand of these. Most likely the same OEM.

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Free-Shipping-Wireless-Bluetooth-stereo-headset-headphone-with-mic-for-cellphone-PC-MP3-MP4-wireless-headphone1/109695_1045384554.html

 

$38 shipped vs. $150 is a massive price difference.

Actually my GS3 has bluetooth 4.0.

 

But I can say from what I could tell, they are little different from the OEM you showed. Rebrand is a possibility, but I'll reserve my comments as I have not heard the OEM hp.

post #24 of 57

Yep, the GS3 uses apt-x (stock software only, not on custom roms).

post #25 of 57

Same cups etc. do not mean same drivers.

post #26 of 57
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Same cups etc. do not mean same drivers.

No, but do you honestly think this new company manufactures their own?

 

I have the $38 one on its way to me, and I would compare them against the Voxoa. $150 is too rich for my blood though. Even at a $110 promo I saw them at, still too much, considering the $38 is very much likely to be the same model... much like the Jaycar Yoga OEM - Brainwavz HM5.

post #27 of 57
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An APT-X device is a must for devices like these. Bluetooth 3.0 and 2.1 will sound horrible in comparison. Use a Bluetooth 4.0 apt-x adapter for your pc if needed. They are $13.

The Voxoa seem to be a rebrand of these. Most likely the same OEM.
http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Free-Shipping-Wireless-Bluetooth-stereo-headset-headphone-with-mic-for-cellphone-PC-MP3-MP4-wireless-headphone1/109695_1045384554.html

$38 shipped vs. $150 is a massive price difference.


Yes, what matters to sq is supposed to be aptx, actually, bt4, 3 or even 2.1 should have no sq difference.
4=3+low energy=2.1+high speed+low energy
post #28 of 57
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Yes, what matters to sq is supposed to be aptx, actually, bt4, 3 or even 2.1 should have no sq difference.
4=3+low energy=2.1+high speed+low energy

K. That is good to know. It does go really well with my GS3.

post #29 of 57
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No, but do you honestly think this new company manufactures their own?

I have the $38 one on its way to me, and I would compare them against the Voxoa. $150 is too rich for my blood though. Even at a $110 promo I saw them at, still too much, considering the $38 is very much likely to be the same model... much like the Jaycar Yoga OEM - Brainwavz HM5.

Is it with aptx?
As you can see from pics, they are using different Pcba, but not sure about the driver.

Pls post the comparison when you get them.
post #30 of 57
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Is it with aptx?
As you can see from pics, they are using different Pcba, but not sure about the driver.

Pls post the comparison when you get them.

This one looks exactly like it:

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/HiFi-Bluetooth-V4-0-stereo-headphone-aptx-wireless-music-headset-support-handsfree-call-music-streaming-for/1326028092.html

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