Going fully Wireless IEMs. Too soon? Or are we there yet?
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Got a delivery from Amazon a few minutes ago. My last TWS till the new wave come with 5.2 and LC3+. Took some quick pics.
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size comparison with some not all :)
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Off to test them out a little.

First take is very positive. On all fronts actually. Like the case. Happy with the improvement over my JVC on the hear through and mic quality improvement. Sound impresses with the size and space, the bass reach, the resolution, and the space and roominess of the sound. No smear or congestion and you can hear everything in it's own space. Love the small size and easy fit and comfort. A little push and twist seems to be the right way to insert quick and easy. Case is small and solid and type C just no Qi. Quick solid connection, perfect touch controls. Easy enough to grab them on the sides and never accidentally touch the panel. Can get quite loud so not close to max volume on my devices. Can't think of anything negative to say.
 
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Hi,
Looking to purchase this black Friday some good TWS for sports and calls.
I put my eyes on the JBL 300TWS and the Jabra Elite 75t / 65t active
Any other suggestions?
Thanks.
 
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Saw this yesterday, anyone know anything about these? Not even on the soundcore site.

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Hi everyone, I would like to hear about your opinions about this;

https://www.cnx-software.com/2020/1...pports-truewireless-mirroring-and-hybrid-anc/
Interesting....They look remarkably like the Cleer Ally Plus/Monoprice M-TWEs... It is quite normal for Silicon providers to make reference designs. Interestingly it has AptX Adaptive and TrueWireless Mirroting support which hasn't yet appeared on any of the designs I've seen. Also interesting is that some features are still upcoming like 3 mic input for calls and adaptive ANC.
 
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A little heads up everyone... I have my Hiby WH3 and Fiil CC TWS up for sale in the sale/trade forum :)
I didn't actually find the WH3 there :sweat_smile: I searched the forums and found only one minor reference to them by someone who has heard them -- I'm considering them based somewhat just on the possibility that they get super loud, which is something my brother "needs" ...
 
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Well Black Friday made me do something I really couldn't afford to do but did anyway.

Vision Electronics had the Technics AZ70 on sale for $199 and I decided to jump on them. I had to then cancel my Status Between Pro order as I just could not afford both. Instant gratification wins... lol

But having spent some time with these I am pretty damned impressed. The ANC is as good as I have heard in an IEM and maybe as good as my 1000XM3 over ears.

Sonically speaking they sound sublime. Very balanced and detailed with the ability to go deep in the bass without sounding overblown, mids are nice and detailed and treble also sounded sparkly without being harsh, very nice sound stage too.

I own the original MTW and I like these more sonically speaking. Will do some AB comparisons to some of my other TW. At $200 CAD these sound very good.
 
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Hi,
Looking to purchase this black Friday some good TWS for sports and calls.
I put my eyes on the JBL 300TWS and the Jabra Elite 75t / 65t active
Any other suggestions?
Thanks.
I don't have suggestions, but I just want to say that I really love my Elite Active 75t. Good fit, deep bass, nice companion app including an equalizer - I like them so much that I immediately bought a second pair when I lost the original ones (found them later, turned out my little boy loved to play with the case!). Can only recommend them.
 
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If you find yourself needing to switch between sources the 75t (or 65t I suppose) can't be beat !

Abou the Anker Soundcore Life Dot 2 NC I only found this https://www.reddit.com/r/anker/comments/jvmkwz/new_release_life_dot_2_nc_soundcores_first_true and the Life Dot 2 reviews were not great. How about some L2P NCs so we can have the first (I think ?) DD+BA ANC TWEs !

In other news I have sent back the Bose QC Earbuds, more CONs (size, case, can't turn off ANC, poor PNC, price) than PROs (good ANC, good soundstage) I'm afraid...
 
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Hi, hoping someone can help please!

I haven't been following true wireless earphones, what has changed in the last 12 months?

Looking for the best TW in-ears - want to keep them for a while. Currently have Earin M2 which are coming on 2 years old. Onto a 2nd pair because of battery durability issues but I think it is time to let them go....

Will be pairing with a Samsung smartphone, would prefer smaller ones but I can go bigger if the quality makes it worth it.

I'm not a fan of the noise-cancelling vacuum effect so I would want to turn any active noise cancelling feature off. The in ear buds block out sound regardless.

Battery life is crazy high now for the newer models (my m2 only lasts for 2 hours max).

Is the MW07 plus still the best pair to go for? Or is it the Momentum wireless 2? Or is there something else?

I purchased the first momentum TW, and the anker soundcore liberty 2 pro but they were just too bright and had that hissing issue so I returned.

Hoping to get a good price this black Friday!

Thanks :D
 
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Another pair of inexpensive tws earbuds. Coopidea beans air. $54.90 Singapore dollars.

Full controls are available, including playback/pause, skip forward/backward tracks, volume up/down and even manual power on/off. Either side of the earbuds can be used while the other one is in the case. The left and right channels are downmixed into mono when only either one of the buds is in use. The case is USB-C and is very small and can be charged with quickcharge power adapters (so a real USB-C standard). The earbuds are small and comfortable too, it's shape is reminiscent of the once popular UFO tws earbuds.

Sounds consumer friendly, hard hitting bass, a tad grainy highs and mids are ok, overall relaxed sound.

edit: so I took a closer look at the box containing the tips and found that there are actually 3 sizes of bass tips and 3 sizes of balanced tips. The bass tips have a smaller opening and a more conical shape, while the balanced tips has a wider bore and a more tubular shape. Putting the balanced tips on, the sound becomes more balanced, the big bass is replaced with tight bass and the mids and mid highs open up and take centre stage.

Impressive features and outstanding value.





Case size comparison with Samsung buds live case.
 
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