- Dec 15, 2009
look I really do not want this plague of a discussion to ruin yet another topic. please take it to a topic about human hearing, bit depth, dynamic or whatever it is you're trying to say. we can probably find a dozens of those topics still open on Headfi, so pick one if the subject really interests you and maybe link your answer in here so that the few who care, can go there and follow up on the discussion.
if you find a BT headphone with "110dB in precision"(whatever that means) at your usual listening level, maybe I'll reconsider all this as being relevant to this topic. then I'll probably go and buy that headphone. ^_^
Having fun yet? I generally disagree with not being allowed to flesh out answers with relevant info from surrounding fields, I believe a brief discussion about dynamic range was relevant to the understanding of precision when comparing different audio codecs.
If you are genuinely interested in quality Bluetooth headphones, consider modularising... Have a look at the Radsone Ear Studio ES100, which provides a portable unit that you can plug unbalanced or balanced headphones into with better than average sound quality using 2 of these internally:
Straight out S/N ratio of 110 dB and some low distortion too.
It has support for AAC if you're Apple, or AptX HD if you have a device that supports transmitting it, AptX too, but I personally wouldn't use that unless you had to.
It sells itself so I don't have to and the designer/producer/manufactuer is active on head-fi with respect to fw updates etc. @wslee