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

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  1. Slater
    Looks pretty cool, and is a neat idea.

    And after a million delays, I’m sure it will probably ship in about 2 years.

    That seems to be how 95% of the crowd funded stuff goes...
     
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  2. I2evived
    I just wish they had a truly wireless earbud that supports either LDAC or APTX HD
     
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  3. 4min
    Sounds like the behavior I want, thank you! Now just need to wait untill the Singapore store starts selling the black ones.
     
  4. FYLegend
    The main problem for me with the 65t is not the tuning, but the clipping distortion and noise floor of the left bud. It seems many people either don't have it or don't notice it, but there is a fairly large number of complaints about it. The Active 65t I tried in store and my own regular 65t have the problem. The sealing is also an issue for me. The medium tips are the most comfortable but the bass doesn't always seal properly especially when commuting. The large tips seal a bit better but the flange flexes back on my ear which is very uncomfortable.
     
  5. bronco1015
    Does anyone know of any TWS aside from the EarinM2 where either iem can be used as the master by itself? I just moved into a job at work that requires me to be able to pay attention to employees as they walk by or up to me to speak etc. I'm totally blind so prefer to have 1 ear open to the world as i listen to Podcasts, music or whatever. And if theres a sleeper hit like the QCY T1C I might just pull the triggor.
     
  6. RobinFood
    Sabbat X12 Pro is perfect for this use. You can use either side, and they are open so they let in outside sound too. They are very comfortable and you can easily wear them for an entire 8 hour shift with no discomfort or pressure.
     
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  7. LouisArmstrong
    How do I pick up a phone call on bluetooth with the Louis Vuitton/MW-07?
     
  8. bronco1015
    awesome! Glad these are an option, as i've thought about getting a pair previously. Thank you for the suggestion.
     
  9. mikp
    No info about those behind it - check
    Fake random blog blurbs - check
    Wrong spec comparisons - check
    Many crowdsource pr agencies - check
    Spamming updates with other crap crowdfunds- check
    Location is set as Cupertino.. Really.... Sure

    My predictions is angry comments in December after months of delays.

    Just look at the track record for TWS on kickstarter and indiegogo.

    I know mavin for some reason tried indiegogo, but they had a working product. For some reason mavin says they are a California company when they started in Taiwan in 1999. So a lot of strange stuff going on in the tech business
     
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  10. WesennTony
    This weekend I tried Anbes 359 and Galaxy Buds. They both sound good, on the same level, but not to the level of MW07 that I once owned. I prefer the sound sig of Galaxy buds, more accurate, neutral and balanced. The problem of them is the size of the buds. They are small, but not the earin M2 kind of small, and the somewhat round shape does not fit my ears well. Anbes 359 are more bean shaped and thus fit my ears perfectly, second to earin M2. So I'm gonna keep Anbes 359 for gym use, and return Galaxy buds. I'm thinking of Nuarl NT10AX whose elongated shape may fit my ears well, and they seem to have better SQ from the feedback here.
     
  11. assassin10000
    Anyone have the earin m2 and the tiso i4? I know they are worlds apart in features but I'm interested in a side by side pic for size comparison.
     
  12. hifi80sman
    Most of these things are just investors contracting with a Chinese ODM and repackaging it with their sensationalized marketing. Pretty sure "AirLoop" isn't going to be Sennheiser.
     
  13. Slater
    Exactly.

    A friend of mine has a son in college, and him and a few of his frat bros contracted with a Chinese factory to private label some existing $9 AirPod style buds.

    He marketed it with a fancy website, spam emails, and some slick Facebook ads. Sold hundreds of them a month for $99.99 a pair. One month before Christmas he even sold 1,000 pairs.

    I asked him about them because he knows I’m into audio, and he said “oh you don’t want ours; they’re total junk.”

    He doesn’t sell them anymore because he apparently thought he could get away without paying taxes on the income and the IRS wouldn’t notice. He’s kinda in some hot water right now lol

    The point is a huge percentage of the stuff you see on crowd funding sites is fly by night scams or shady operations. It’s often considered by investors as the ‘Wild West’, where just about anything goes.
     
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2019
  14. actorlife
    Flash sale. For those looking for sports Earbuds that won't fall out.
    Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Sport Earbuds 60H Cycle Playtime 3D Stereo Sound Wireless Headphones Built-in Microphone, Sweatproof with Charging Case https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N633YWG/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_i_a45VCb8DYGFWX

    Anbes 359 rebadge.
    Flash sale

    Wireless Earbuds, Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless Headphones, Hands Free Sweatproof Earbuds 15H Playing Time Built-in HD Dual Microphone – Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N1GXXFN/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_i_yj6VCb0XDTXD5
     
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2019
  15. hifi80sman
    Yup. Buy Chi-Fi that is unabashedly Chi-Fi, not Chi-Fi masquerading as some ingenious product. You could buy the Raycon and "Power your Hustle" for $79.99 or you can buy the "XIKER" for $26.99 and still, hopefully, "Power your Hustle".
     
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