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in the end i bought a T1C for 17€ on aliexpress, if only i had more coupons...
They sound pretty damn good. Not quite the best form factor but amazing for the money.
Alterola IE600 are by far the smallest wireless Earbuds I have. The soundstage is not as wide as the anbes 359. These lean towards more neutral, but sound good. The low end is great and maybe the best I've heard on a wireless Earbuds. I may end up keeping them for size and sq. I still need to try the call quality. I may edit this tonight and let yall know.
If I turn off bluetooth on my iPhone, would the MW07 shut down as well or would it continue to drain battery? I don't want to carry the case around all the time.
sorry which TWS are we talking about, there is so many mini conversations going on I lost the thread. thanks
I had connectivity issues also, developed after a few days of use, don't know why it was rock solid before that. My phone is an Android LG V30
most [battery powered] BT products shuts down if they are not paired within a certain time that includes manual disconnect since it will return to pairing mode again. but I can't vouch for the MW07 for sure as I don't own one. It's on my radar though.
My 4mm punch came in today and I modded the foam covers. The X12 do keep the extra bass from the foam but this mod "unveil" the mids and highs a lot ! They're almost a bit "aggressive"/"ticklish" now, I guess I need to get used to them a bit. Anyway thanks for the tip !
So are the anbes 359 still the best budget truewireless in the 30.00 to 40.00 range? I left my back pack at home, and all my true wireless buds were in there! I am going nuts here at work not having any true wireless headphones to use!!!!
IMHO it's the best budget TW out there. Get them.
A new contender: https://www.cyrusaudio.com/products/soundbuds/ from a Cyrious company. Only £79 !!!!!
oki doki, order today. I hope they are at least on par sound quality wise with the Jabra 65t active. I know they wont be at level with sennheiser momentum wireless, I need something I can leave in my desk for emergencies.
You think? They look like older tech to me.
Bluetooth V4.2 HFP V1.7, HSP V1.2 A2DP V1.3 ACRCP V1.6
• 80 hours standby time Approximately 3 hours talk time
• Up to 2.5 hours playing time (depending on volume and music content)
• Recharge 3 times without external power using the supplied Cyrus recharge case
• IPX5 rating, resistant to water splashes and jets
• Up to 10m range in free air
• Light weight, only 4.5g per ear
I just saw this
yeah but Cyrus are a decent audio company, if their amps are anything to go by these should be first class. They look like they stick out a bit, but I'm hoping they sound amazing