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  1. BQEYZ KB1

    BQEYZ KB1

    Specification: Design: In-ear, worn up (behind ear) Housing: Aluminum Colors: Black, Grey Nozzle size: 5.5mm Drivers: 10mm single dynamic + 6mm single dynamic + 1 Balanced Armature Frequency response: 7Hz–40kHz Impedance: 15ohm Sensitivity: 105dB Cable: Bluetooth 4.2 (w/aptX and aptX-LL), with...
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    Reply to review by 'slaterlovesspam' on item 'QKZ W1 Pro - In-ear sport headphone'

    I was very unhappy with the W1 Pros when I first got them. The soundstage is very narrow, there's a serious lack of bass, and they sounded very tinny. I don't know about the blue and red version, but my black version were totally sealed - no ports whatsoever (and it sounded like it too). That...
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    Reply to review by 'slaterlovesspam' on item 'QKZ W1 Pro - In-ear sport headphone'

    I was completely unhappy with my W1 Pros when I first got them. I listed to them for a day or 2 and stuck them in a drawer. I couldn't find a genre where these were enjoyable to listen to. These have a very narrow soundstage, a serious lack of bass (it's all midrange), and very tinny sounding...
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    Reply to review by 'slaterlovesspam' on item 'XDuoo X3 DSD 24Bit / 192KHz CS4398 Chip Lossless Music Player'

    @DynamikeB, I have both (Xduoo X3 and iPod Video 5.5 with 128GB SSD) and yes, the X3 sounds significantly better plus has twice the storage of my iPod (it even supports 2x200GB Sandisk microSDXC for a total of 400GB). If your iPod is Rockboxed, then it will have similar capabilities as a...
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