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

  1. Blueshound24
    Same here with the L2P, I could not get a solid deep fit with them due to their housing necessitating a shallow fit.

    I haven't tried many TWS, but all others I have tried have had a good secure feel.

    HiFiMan TWS600 - Good mids and treble, but lacking bass.
    Shanling MTW100 BA - Excellent dynamic balanced sound.
    SSK TWS - Good mids and treble, ok bass, budget priced.

    EDIT: I would look for the IPX rating of TWS if they're going to be used in the gym.
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2019
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  2. Quicky32
    Thank you. The Shanling look like the Sabbat E12...
  3. D3soLaT3
    Look what came in the mail today.
    Just as soon as my girlfriend thought I was done getting Amazon packages I hit her with...
    Another One
    bronco1015, d3myz, RobinFood and 6 others like this.
  4. actorlife
    Hi Guys! Haven't looked at this thread in about 3 weeks. Anything good bargains lately? Does Chi-Fi the SSK/Anbes/Ofusho have competition? Fill me in.:alien::punch:
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2019
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  5. indigo
    No, no discernible hiss, on either Spotify or stored music. Source is a Galaxy Note 10.

    I'm beginning to like these more and more, the bass impact is becoming stronger with burn in, yet the mids and highs are still present, with no equalization.
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  6. voicemaster
    Fiil t1x maybe.
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  7. makimo2989
    Huh... No matter what I also can't get a good fit for my left ear with the L2P, be it the included silicones, or any foam tips that I have (and I have a lot of eartips and foam tips!). And dont get me started on the wingtips, I have to fit the largest wingtips to fit my ears, but no matter what, my left ear is no bueno! It keeps popping out...

    So if I were to rank the TWS I have on hand, my preference are:
    1) Tronsmart Spunky Beat (bass, mids, highs, all just the right amount - what's not to love?) (rock solid connections, they fit like a glove right out of the box and they're freakin' cheap, got them for only $18!!!)
    2) Soundcore L2P (can't beat the bass, soundstage and highs - if only they fit properly on my left ear)
    3) Sabbat E12 Ultra (sounds very good, but I think I have a defective pair, the connection sucks! Even if I move my head a bit to the left or right, the opposite earphone will just go silent, until I move my head back to straight forward! So not recommended for the gym!)
    4) Creative Outlier Air (my first pair of TWS, showing it's age, although it's only 7 months! Bass is a plenty but other than that everything is a bit recessed, soundstage, mids, highs... But they fit oh so snug.. using the E12 Ultra's small TWS silicone!)
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  8. Samplingentropy
    Back again, decided to give tws a try if I can figure out the "best bang for the buck" pair.
    Budget is low, really low, like 20-30€
    Has to be shipped from EU, taxes an custom and whatnot =\
    Read through this thread from start to end.
    From what I remember these are highly praised for the money.

    Anbes 359
    Mpow m5
    Tronsmart spunky (can't find the low price mentioned here)
    Qcy something (don't remember the one recommend,found t5 within my budget)

    Anything else I should look at?

    Preferences are balanced sound that works for everything, I listen to classical,through hip-hop to metal,not a basshead but I do appreciate some thump.
    Is there a tws that fits my rather sad budget?

    Or should I just order a new pair of Kz ed9's that are "good enough" and so cheap I can actually afford them without my wallet crying..
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2019
  9. tma6
    What's your budget man? Could try to make some suggestions. Been trying out FiiL T1Xs and they're def worth a try at $50. Fit is tough to gauge bc it is unique for each person. Actually, if you're looking for pure comfort, ease at the gym, with solid sound I'd also take a look at the 1more stylish which you can get for around $75 on amazon rn.
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  10. Caipirina
    You only missed 11.11. and BF :wink:

    The Tronsmart Spunky Beat recently got some good hype here as cheapest AptX with pretty neat sound which were avavilable for 19.99 now back to 25 (always check scarbir for latest reviews, Bartig is not done yet with hoarding, while I am slowing down and might rather focus on some more top end models this xmas)
  11. D3soLaT3
    With the Anbes and SSK so difficult to come across, I would recommend the Soundpeats TrueDot. Currently $25.50, thats 15% off if you can buy direct. If not Amazon (U.S) has them for $23.99 after you clip the $6 off coupon. Swedish prices may vary. I own the Anbes, SSK, and the TrueDot and have no problem recommending them for a budget option. I believe they even share the same Realtek chip. Surprised they are not discussed more on this thread.
  12. georgelai57
    I see that Anker is offering the L2P for $40 off again. With so much love on this forum, maybe the one or two stalwarts here who are getting their “free” third version, could request Anker for an additional discount for us mere mortals.
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  13. Samplingentropy
    Those looked small and nice in form factor, but "item does not ship to Sweden"
    And when I try to eBay them price is almost dubbled =\
    My best chance seems to be through eBay and limiting the search to Europe.
  14. voicemaster
    Try this video for soundstage
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  15. Caipirina
    Slightly side-of-topic: Anyone here use their TWS on planes with an AirFly (or similar)?
    I wonder if this is something I need, I really enjoyed using my APP on my last flight, but for movie watching I pulled out my QC35 (which was ok, battery on APP needed recharge :wink: )
    Aliexpress has several other BT transmitters ... what mind-boggles me is 'how does the pairing work'?
    Usually at least one of the devices of what I am trying to pair has a screen. Can someone shed some light on that?

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