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

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  1. mindy123
    are they worth the extra over your jabra elite actives? I'm looking for them for mainly my gym sessions/commutes
     
  2. hifi80sman
    For SQ, yes. I found the 65t bland and uninspiring. The MTW will give you that extra rep, bruh.
     
  3. clerkpalmer
    Agreed and when maxing out on bench, use MW07 for an extra 5 pounds.
     
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  4. mindy123
    Thanks for the reply. Thats good to know! Would you use the MTW in the gym/running too? I can't really afford two separate sets so I need something that sounds good and I can use in the gym
     
  5. hifi80sman
    Not too surprised. It's clear Samsung is targeting the "masses" and not someone looking at, say Sennheiser. Most people I've talked to that are not into audio, have no idea who Sennehiser, B&W, M&D are, but they all know Skullcandy, Beats, and those darn AirPods.
     
  6. hifi80sman
    I use them on the treadmill, yes. I use the large tips and they seal and fit nicely. Every ear is different, so it's hard to say how your fit will be, however, they have a good design and seem to be compatible with most people.
     
  7. Bob24
    Yes, the higher end brands you mention were always going to be in a different league, but the way I read the review, they position the Samsungs clearly below your second category as well.
     
  8. mindy123
    i've ordered them! that 250 leaving my account hurts tho, ngl. I always look for value, especially when you come on here seeing people raving about chi-fi and what not but guess sometimes you gotta pay
     
  9. hifi80sman
    OUCH! LOL! Sammy needs to step up their game. I'm sure they can simultaneously target both the consumer and "audiophile" markets for long-term accessory channel growth, brand loyalty, etc., however, they are clearly playing the short game shooting for quarterly numbers. Nothing is going to change until the typical consumer demands more.
     
  10. hifi80sman
    Funny thing is, Audio is one of the few places where you're going to pay 10x more for diminishing returns. Does the HD 800 S ($1,500) really sound 5x+ better than the HD 600 ($300 or less)? What about the $55,000 Orpheus, which costs more than a Tesla Model 3? Does it really sound 183x+ better? Unless you're a dog, probably not.
     
  11. Slater
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  12. cheesesteak
    This is weird, I’ve tested the rha and the Jabra in store and found that the latency of the Jabra was much worse than the rha. If not for the better latency of the rha, I would have gotten the Jabra as it was much cheaper.
     
  13. LajostheHun
    yes will do.
    it was supposed to get here today but some reason it was delayed...:triportsad:
     
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  14. webvan
    There must have been something wrong with the setup or the 65Ts because mine have very little latency and I don't remember people complaining about it here, like say for the WF1000x.
     
  15. cheesesteak
    I was using an iPhone X tho. I’ve read that the latency issue was not an issue on the android phones. Now I’m tempted to get the nuarl nt01ax to try it out.
     
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