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

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  1. clerkpalmer
    Pure sq, look at master and dynamic mw07, sennheiser MTW and b&o e8.
     
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  2. Terminator3000
    20190228_125534.jpg 20190228_125553.jpg 20190228_125626.jpg Amazon.co.uk have listed 3 new colours for the MW07. Apologises if already posted.

    White Marble
    Pink Coral
    Piano Black
     
    Last edited: Feb 28, 2019
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  3. Kenneth Galang
    Hi! May I ask for some suggestions?

    I'm debating for a portable setup between TWE's and bluetooth wired. It's for use outside with varying weather for long periods of time, so SQ is currently not my priority, but definitely a plus

    So far my focus is:
    1. Battery
    - I know only a few TWE's have battery life over 7 hours. But I can make do with MW07, MTW and more having quickcharge averaging an hour of playback for 15 min charging.
    - Jaybird Tarah says 14 hours (thanks to the user who mentioned this a few pages back)
    - shure Bt2, 10 hours, with decent SQ ( through e5000), has mention tens of pages back that there is sound cut off

    2. Features
    - TWE all the way for these, also really convenient

    3. SQ
    - decent sound will be fine, my listening set will be used elsewhere, but any sound better than mediocre would be lovely!

    Currently leaning towards the shure bt2 for its battery life, and so i can put my e5000 to use. either that or i sell the e5000 and opt for a better solution.

    Any help would be great thank you so much!
     
  4. Strodinck
    The RHA Trueconnect might be an interesting option for you. They're IPX5 rated and have 5 hours of battery life plus another 20 hours from the case. The case supports quick charge so it can charge the buds from empty to 50% in 15 minutes.
     
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  5. Kenneth Galang
    that sounds awesome!

    also, any recs on a small player? was thinking on getting the shanling m0 :)

    thanks again!
     
  6. clerkpalmer
    The RHA seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth. Amazon dropped it. Website says "sold out due to demand". To me this is code for "we're fixing all the issues in our half baked product". I could be wrong but it's strange that they have been unavailable for so long. Must be changing the hardware to address all the complaints on dropouts etc. Maybe they will come back with an option to upgrade firmware remotely.
     
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  7. clerkpalmer
    That white marble is sweet.
     
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  8. Kenneth Galang
    good to know thanks!!

    I'm thinking about getting the mavin air-x O.o
     
  9. clerkpalmer
    I've been checking those out too but the nozzle size is scaring me off. They look huge.
     
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  10. kiwikozo
    The galaxy buds will be interesting to try with the cp100. The gear icon x 2018 is really comfortable due to the rounded shape but sound-wise the highs were very harsh.

    They're coming with my s10+ preorder, maybe they will be comparable to the RHA in terms of SQ. Early reviews say they do sound much better than the Jabra and have a neutral sound.

    For $120 / £130 they seem like ridiculously good value for the mainstream user.
     
  11. cheesesteak
    I had mine for 2 weeks. Only did it drop out once. Other than the fact that my case doesn’t charge with usb c to usb c cables and the Singapore distributor unwilling to change the case for me. Everything is fine for the price I paid.
     
  12. howdy
    I see that Cowon has joined the TW market and it seems like it's got some good tech stuff inside.
     
  13. hifi80sman
    So they DO support aptX? Someone answered on Amazon they support AAC, but It's likely they have no idea what they're talking about.
     
  14. Wrathbringer27
    The Mifo O5 meets all your criteria. The battery in the case I have not charged in a week and its still charging the buds. I use them about 2h daily
     
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  15. SyCoTiM
    According to the official website, it supports AptX. When comparing it to another "wireless" headset called Dudios which also supports AptX, I noticed the transparency(clarity) was very similar, so I can stand by it.

    Here's the link to FOCUSPOWER's website if you want to more info:http://www.focpower.com/cpmk/showimg.php?lang=cn&id=49&ref=steemhunt
     
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