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

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  1. linhlev
    I know this problem has been brought up many times but still there is no real solution out there after I've done a heavy research on Google, Reddit. Have anyone figured out a way to eliminate that hissing (white noise) on the left ear bud of the Jabra 65t model? I just got the active one and I have the same problem. It's really bugging me. Someone recommended to turn down the volume on the earphones and increase the one on the phone but that doesn't work with iPhone.
     
  2. LouisArmstrong
    Is there any brand that makes bluetooth customs?
     
  3. Slater
    I wouldn’t think that work with current technology, because the shape of everyone’s ears are a little bit different. I would think it would be impossible to line up the IEM charging pins with the mating pins in a charging case.

    Perhaps with wireless charging, or maybe if plugged in to recharge using cables (like the TRN BT20).

    Who knows
     
  4. DigDub
    New firmware for Galaxy buds.

    [​IMG]
     
  5. palestofwhite
    There was the Bragi Dash Pro customs by Starkey.
     
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  6. chinmie
    Last edited: Apr 18, 2019
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  7. webvan
    Looks interesting, cheapest QCC3020 so far ?
    Not sure about the bulk/fit though.
     
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  8. chinmie
    yeah, it sure looks like it will bulge a bit. physically it looks the same as that indiegogo KNZ soundflux, so you could browse for reviews on how it might look when worn. the KNZ doesn't use qualcomm though
     
  9. Markolav
    I placed an order for Sabbat E12 to get myself introduced to the wireless world (50€ from Gearvita including shipping). Any owners here, what are your thoughts about them?
     
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  11. actorlife
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  12. srinivasvignesh
    I have both the x12 Pro and the e12. Unfortunately the e12 is not as good. X12 has better sound and mic. E12 has better isolation, but not much really. E12 connection switches between sbc and aac, not so with x12.

    Much more reliable experience with x12pro
     
  13. Markolav
    Ok thanks, maybe i should give a try to X12 too in the future.

    Are there any other "must have" wireless IEMs under $100?
     
  14. chinmie
    yes, the QCY T1C /QS1
     
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  15. david8613
    How does this x12 pro compare to the anbes 359?
     
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