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The Linsoul 150 has good bass response but does not bleed into mids
how to use the Linsoul 150 in LG V30, i believe it only have 4.4 and 2.5 plug.. and if i will use adapter (another cost ), will you please recommend
decent 2.5 to 3.5 from aliexpress? thanks a lot Panda Bear..
What a headache lol
It's a good tip but man AE need to sort that sh1t out...
Why don't you guys try the app? Prices are cheaper on the app, no bull, I noticed it a few days back, I found zishan dsd ak4495 on sale for 75, shared it but the link didn't work, so I told the person asking what store it was in, he said it was 106, i felt bad, guy whent through all the trouble and it was 106 not 75, then he pm me and said it's only on the app. Seems the app has some better prices
I am sorry that I have not hear Yuin PK1, DIY PK1 nor Linsoul BLD150.
Often, some of us who do use the app to make purchases are using our PCs to read and reply to threads. It is much easier, for me anyway, to use my normal keyboard to type replies and it is easier to read the screen. Also my PC loads the pages faster and often I am working on other projects on my PC or I am reading other web pages or Facebook... or listening to music through my desktop system. Multitasking is much easier on a PC. To me a phone is a phone... and mine is not even a smart one I just want to be able to click on the links that people post so that I can see the item they are sharing. At least include the model info so that I can search on ali for it myselt. Just an unusable link with no info is useless for me.
I hear you, but like I said, there seems to be better prices on the app, I use computer too and yeah it's better then a phone for sure, but I have understood there are ways of using Android apps on computers, to get around that problem, like I said, it seems the app has added deals that the sites don't even show
Yes, and I said we do use the app on my husband's phone to make the purchases when that is the case. I prefer to not have a smartphone myself. No need for one. I have all my bases covered with other gear without having to suffer the annoyance of phone interruptions.
Would it work if you add to cart on Pc and pay with the app
yeah I used to get annoyed with my phone, people calling, telemarketing, wrong numbers, facebook, emails, now I switch sim cards every 6 months like a paranoid d___g dealer, no one calls, no one bothers, only father, wife and 2 friends have my number no Facebook on my phone and use a random email for gmail...... hmmm maybe it's time I buy a nokia banana
The phone that I have had for 5 years now... but I have not bothered to put minutes on it for a long time.
The android app is one of the best ive used in terms of UI too. I prefer it over the website to be honest. I always use the app.
Blox TM9 in the house
Super Light, soft cable (very nice cable), Unique sound (more on that in a second).
Sub bass is up to TOTL spec, it extends well and has good presence, not quite Vido/WS Mk2 levels of sub bass but easily more than Shozy BK. Compareable to emx500 levels.
From sub-mid bass it takes on a softer approach, there's not a big peak like emx500 or Rose Mojito or even shozy BK. It's full and calm, so it won't punch as hard but will handle ambient bass tracks and bass instruments with ease. (Correction: it punches hard foamless or with certain foams but I think the sub bass neutralises it in some instances were as other buds have a more defined punch due to quicker sub roll off.)
Low mids are were it weavers slightly, it could use more emphasis, it's massive soundstage comes at a price and that's the lighter approach to the vocal range which dips slightly for deeper vocals. Upper mids are surprisingly brighter, so there's plenty of detail and definition to carry the vocals, im just craving a little more weight to them.
Lower treble has a great neutral-neutral bright approach, it's got a good attack but is never sibilant, no complaints here, near perfect.
Upper treble is softer, it's lacking slightly in extension (although nothing compared to darker earbuds.) but still has presence. It's got enough sparkle with no foams, or very thin foams. But using thick full foams which is what want to do to thicken up the low mids, kills the treble, sadly.
Soundstage is effortless, big and wide. It's not magic though (as said above its a low mid dip that creates this effect) but it's impressive nonetheless. Imaging is crisp enough, well placed and natural.
Are these the best I've heard? Not in every department, but in soundstaging I'd say yes.
Still looking for a foam setup for these the beats foamless, but it's hard to achieve. Foamless seems to retain low mid bidy somehow (i think its the driver being closer to my ear) but i prefer the bass response with thin foams.
Yeah, i was just warning you, so you buy it knowing what to expect.