PLUSSOUND AUDIO - Introducing BLUETOOTH CUSTOM CABLES - Available for 2-PIN/CIEMs, MMCX, FitEar, Sennheiser, Audeze, and more

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  1. recon56
    Despite it being large I have found that it is very light. It has been a comfortable fit. [​IMG]
     
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  2. B9Scrambler
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  3. lostman
    Thanks for the photo. That looks quite good!
     
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  4. B9Scrambler
    Yw. The size makes it seem more unweildy than it really is. The module is quite light.
     
  5. PLUSSOUND
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  6. webreaper
    Well, having decided that my IE80s with custom sleeves are too good to discard, and seeing that properly wire-free IEMs still have some way to go, I took the plunge on a PlusSound BT cable today. Just got to wait until the new year before they're built and shipped to me in the UK. :wink: Will update the thread with my thoughts once they arrive. :)
     
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  7. recon56
    I have tested on IPhone and an Android phone, my battery level is always reported as 60% by the phone. No matter if it's fully charged or if I have used it for a few hours. I also only get 8 hours of battery time, even when I force the Bluetooth connection to use SBC audio codec.
     
  8. kevinscottcaja
    Hi, just to update you as well, mine is also stuck on 60%. I'm using an iPhone X as a source. However I do get 9 hours (although this is not the case when I use it outdoors during subway commute) of playback on 40% volume and 8 hours if volume is 60% to 70% but nowhere near 10 hours or even more than 9 hours. My IEM is the Westone UMPro 50 (2017). Its just a minor annoyance that we can't gauge the actual battery life of the bluetooth device as it seems to be stuck at 60% all the way...
     
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