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Going fully Wireless IEMs. Too soon? Or are we there yet?

  1. mikp
    oh well, a year later and see no respon to upgrade from mavin and jabra 65t. with syllable s101 as backups.
    already thrown away some random ali sets

    Or are there any buds with :
    apt-x
    ambient sound
    waterproof
    volume control
    charging case takes foam tips
    multipoint
     
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  2. kiwikozo
    Still using my earin M2's nearly a year later with spinfit CP100. Really happy with them.

    The form factor of the buds and the case is unbeatable. Downside - dropped one of the M2's in my gym bag and that took a good 5 minutes to find.....

    Such an enjoyable/energetic sound. Clean and tight bass, very exciting mids and non-fatiguing highs (easily eq'd)

    Like them more than the MTW, MW07, 65t, galaxy buds.

    Will buy the M3 whenever they're released (hopefully at the end of next year or early 2021 latest).

    Did anyone compare the LP2 to the M2? The MW07 sounds exactly like the MW07 plus, right?
     
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  3. surfacecube
    Alright, thank you, you got me even more hyped ! Can't wait to receive them :ksc75smile:
     
  4. go0gle
    Does anyone else have this problem with the lp2 where the EQ resets every time you disconnect ? I end up having to open the app and set the one I want every time I connect.. it doesn't "remember"


    Nah..





    :upside_down:
     
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  5. Mouseman
    I've spent the past hour with the L2Ps,and I am definitely impressed. They're bigger than I expected, but very comfortable in my ears. I have to run some tests on different tracks and with different sources, but the sound at first blush beats every other TWS unit I own by a longshot. They rival wired IEMs in terms of SQ and soundstage. Amazon HD is a real treat.

    I only hear a faint hiss on poorly mastered tracks, I think it's the song and not the buds. More to come later.
     
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  6. Quicky32
    Longtime lurker, 1st post! I'm in the market for semi wireless, true wireless, or adding a bluetooth solution to my Ibasso IT01's because they sound decent. I have a set of Vsonic VSD1S that sound decent to me as well. I listen to anything from Rise Against, Avenged Sevenfold, Evanescence to rap like Aesop Rock, Atmosphere, Big Daddy Kane, Nas, etc.
     
  7. chinmie
    best bet would be something like the ES100 or BTR3, or for true wireless the options are the BT20/BT20S or Fostex TM2
     
  8. hifi80sman
    No issues with the L2P remembering the setting. Did you try to unpair, uninstall the app, restart the phone, then re-pair?
     
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  9. duo8
    Is the WF-1000XM3 a good buy? They don't seem to suffer from the issues the 1000X had.

    I wonder if Samsung will do a refresh of the Galaxy Buds.
     
  10. gibletzor
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  11. HiFlight
    I have noticed no excessive thump while walking with the 75t. Of course, there will always be some with a proper tight seal but a normal volume level pretty well covers it. I would say it's pretty similar to most of my other IEMs in this regard.
     
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2019
  12. Pete7874
    The Liberty 2 is here, my first TWS. So far, I am pleasantly surprised with their sound quality. Still need more ear time to judge long term comfort.

    I do hear a bit of hiss when nothing is playing, but due to lack of point of reference, I am unable to say whether it's normal or not.

    [​IMG]
     
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  13. HiFlight
    Some of my comments regarding the 75t:
    Out of the box they will please a basshead, which I am not. I found mine needed an update to the firmware which took about 15 minutes using the excellent Jabra Sound+ app, the use of which I consider to be a necessity. I was able to quickly create an EQ curve that matched my listening preferences. Tonally, they still sounded somewhat off but I discovered that they were using the SBC codec. Switching to AAC improved the overall tonality and timbre considerably.
    Overall, I am very pleased and consider them to be a definite upgrade to my 75t. Buttons are much easier to press than on the 75t and all controls are working flawlessly. Connectivity has been rock solid so far and the phones are extremely comfortable.
     
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2019
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  14. DigDub
    I had a good seal due to the long nozzle. Unfortunately it didn't work out for me.
     
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  15. georgelai57
    One for each day of the month :)
     
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