Going fully Wireless IEMs. Too soon? Or are we there yet?
Nov 22, 2021 at 1:49 PM Post #39,497 of 42,001

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Seriously? Fatiguing highs, low battery, wind noise issue, and picky touch controls is a king of what? :) Some forced clarity with a treble heavy sig seems about it. Really want to go outside where you use even higher volume with that? Love the part about them falling out after a short jog. Getting about a little over 3 hours of use is great. Dude can't even shave right and you are gonna think about buying something on his word. Go ahead buy these over a Comfo Pro or the latest Earfun. :)
They forgot to mention that Wyze probably supplied the Verge with a free suite of their products and sponsorship money. JK, but seriously and 8/10?
 
Nov 22, 2021 at 1:51 PM Post #39,498 of 42,001

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Thanks ! I missed this and I just saw the review ok Scarbir's website as well...
So I just asked Amazon for a return and bought the Free Pro 2... Amazon France offers a 20% coupon on the 2 so it's basically the same price as the 1st version until 26th November
Awesome, i'm interested to hear your thoughts.
 
Nov 22, 2021 at 1:52 PM Post #39,499 of 42,001

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I'll keep the 1st version for a few days to compare with the 2nd directly
 
Nov 22, 2021 at 2:38 PM Post #39,500 of 42,001

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Picked up the Earfree Fun Pro 2, these are proper little bass canons. It might be too much for most of what I listen to but it definitely makes me want to pick up the Fiil T2 Pro (that's the T1 Pro in the back) to listen to these with a tamer sound and some EQ.

Case and buds are a little bit smaller than the previous model, comfort is about the same (very comfortable for me), ANC seems pretty much as useless as the T1 Pro unfortunately, ambient mode seems better but introduces a faint hiss to everything.

Overall a good shout for anyone after something for about £50 with some heavy bass for those genres that need it, definitely a great gym headphone recommendation.
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Nov 22, 2021 at 3:09 PM Post #39,504 of 42,001

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I've returned my AZ60 today and got refunded already. In overall, they were a nice pair, they sounded good. Bluetooth connectivity was weak, meaning the phone should be in the same room with me. Also, the fit was not the optimum, on a windy day I could hear the wind passing through on peaceful songs. I never took them while jogging but something tells me they are not meant for sports, because one day, while brushing my teeth and leaning over, one felt off my ear. In any case, I enjoyed them and for fifty pounds less, they would be a bargain.

Today, I've also received these. I've just started burning them in, they require 200+ hours... The fit is amazing, and I sincerely hope they will open up and play better = more bass. I believe they will pair well with my FiiO UTWS5, which arrives around December 13.
I actually just returned the AZ60 as well. A very good set but with something lacking for me. Perhaps I am chasing something which does not exist, however I am chasing nonetheless. The AZ60 have an issue with complicated tracks. For me they lack in some areas of the bass and have certain areas of the spectrum with graininess. Please don't get me wrong any of you who enjoy the AZ60 should be happy.... I'm just a crazy person. I sti primarily listen to iems thru dongle, dap, qudelix or btr5 but I am on the hunt for the best SQ out there in a tws and if I'm not completely happy than why hold onto a $240 set of tws?
 
Nov 22, 2021 at 3:25 PM Post #39,506 of 42,001

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So would the Jabra 75T be a good choice for $99CAD? Never tried a Jabra yet...
 
Nov 22, 2021 at 3:36 PM Post #39,507 of 42,001

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I actually just returned the AZ60 as well. A very good set but with something lacking for me. Perhaps I am chasing something which does not exist, however I am chasing nonetheless. The AZ60 have an issue with complicated tracks. For me they lack in some areas of the bass and have certain areas of the spectrum with graininess. Please don't get me wrong any of you who enjoy the AZ60 should be happy.... I'm just a crazy person. I sti primarily listen to iems thru dongle, dap, qudelix or btr5 but I am on the hunt for the best SQ out there in a tws and if I'm not completely happy than why hold onto a $240 set of tws?
The sibilance and fit are leaning me towards returning mine as well. They're not awful, but are losing some love over here.
 
Nov 22, 2021 at 3:38 PM Post #39,508 of 42,001

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Nov 22, 2021 at 3:50 PM Post #39,510 of 42,001

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The sibilance and fit are leaning me towards returning mine as well. They're not awful, but are losing some love over here.
Man I really wanted to love these. You are correct about the sibilance. I did every mod I could to help it but.... These are just a sibilant set. I think I did get these to a place of good sound but like the LP3 that was with heavy eqing.
 

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