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

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  1. david8613
    I'm still working them in. I liked the galaxy buds alot, they were clearer, brighter than the t3. Separation might be the same from what I remember, I sold them because they were too similar to my jabra 65t sport, so I sold them. The sennheiser beats both for separation easily. The thing about the t3 is its raw power delivery and authority in the bass department but its still warm and smooth. Sennheiser have more bass and are warm also But I think t3 might be warmer still and darker than the other 2, but not in a bad way. One thing I noticed is you probably wont want to use these t3 on a tread mill, thump thump thump with every step, not good for running. Weight lifting yes, but running no. If you ever heard of VModa full size head phones, the sennheiser mtw and the tranya t3 sound like that but in a tiny little bud! Its amazing. The t3 uses acc codec, no aptx or ldac too bad...
     
    Last edited: Jun 30, 2019
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  2. Slater
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  3. vstolpner
    Why clean your ears when you'll just have earbuds in there anyway... :ksc75smile:
     
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  5. diab0lik
    Hi guys
    i just bought a pair of sabbat e12s and was wondering if someone could tell me which size of comply foams fit them. thanks
     
  6. radis290
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  7. FYLegend
    Hmm, Earfun Free now has an Amazon.com listing and it says it supports AAC - no info on such on the manual or on Indiegogo.
     
  8. vstolpner
    Hmm, interesting earphones, and support music pausing when taking out of ears. And 13mm driver....

    I didn't hear the best reviews for the Bluedio T-elf, although they look kind of interesting too.

    Let us know if you decide to go for it.
     
  9. Bartig
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  10. Dcell7
    no mentions of any codecs though. I think i'll bite too. If the sound quality sucks i will be using it on my iPad for watching videos :ksc75smile:
     
  11. Caipirina
    Don't make me count them ... I would probably disintegrate in shame :wink:

    Good they are so tiny and look all similar, here is hope that wife-y never finds out :D
     
  12. Caipirina
    Ah, those tempting low-price offers ... I think I am done with stem-based TWS, if I can't jam it all the way in, it's just no fun (this does sound weird ... ) Plus, I have a funny aftertaste when it comes to the Bludio brand name ...

    Speaking of low price offers ... found these on amazon.de and while it was simmering on my wishlist the price went from 20€ to 16€ ... and i like the looks ... though all reviews I found told me not to get them ... well, if they are a total fail I can send back ... anyone know them?

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  13. Slater
    I agree, I’m done with Bluedio.

    I gave them a lot of support and business over the years. But they’ve really gone to the dogs in the last 2+ years. I am no longer getting sucked into their half baked train wrecks.

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    The T-elf was par for the course for the way they seem to run things nowadays. I don’t expect this Hi model to be any different, but I’d love Bluedio to prove me wrong.
     
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  14. Caipirina
    I finally found a way to fit the 1More 'stylish' into my wonky ears so that I get a proper seal and get much better sound. But it looks weird ... first of all, I thought I needed the biggest rubber wings for best fit in my big ears, but no, those actually prevent me from jamming them all the way in ... so, after even trying without any wings, I found that the smallest size works best (together with the medium tips, which usually works for me straight out of the box )... now, towards the end of insertion (really trying to not sound dirty here .. ) I need to give them a little twist and then I end up with THIS:

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    I am especially curious what @Bartig thinks about that, I just read his comparison of Mifo O5, 1more and Tranya T3 ... i wonder if maybe the 1more, similar to the Bose SSF is not supposed to have a tight seal and I am now just happy about booming bass like a kid who poured way too much sugar on his cereal?
     
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  15. Mouseman
    This, 1000%. I've gotten screwed by them too many times, and when they replied to me that the constant connect/disconnects and the volume bouncing up and down on the V2s must be my phone and not their POC headphones, I vowed I'd never buy another one of their products. Which is too bad, because the TN2s are actually pretty good, but their attitude and cr@ppy products have burned me too many times.
     
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