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Sounds like Bob is selling old overstock. Am I missing anything?
Nope, he's just keep selling b-stock/demo units/discounted pairs...
Yeah, I think he had 20 pairs total from my count.
@TimeSnow What he said.
I like mine and still use them on a regular basis. They were my everyday at work pair until I got the IMR R1s which now get the majority of my listen. I swap them back into rotation every so often (coincidentally used them this morning whilst walking to a meeting).
That is ridiculous.. So apparently they actually did have an OK solution for a truly wireless IEM and seem to be that it is not even highly complex design. Yet they were not able to produce them in decent numbers..
Sort of. The 2 sets of Air that I had in my possession both had poor battery life, connectivity was really bad - basically they were unusable. One set died completely just by sitting in the drawer for a few months.
My guess is that it was a half-baked product that should have never made it to production. If someone actually bothered to put the time and test it they should have experienced the connectivity issues right away, same goes for battery life.
The case is flimsy and the whole things just felt like an unfinished prototype.
It's just a cheap marketing trick to get more sales. Creating a sense of urgency so the prospective buyer is more likely to pull the trigger. It's the same strategy they used with their TAE products.
Common words used to express urgency
ONE DAY ONLY
NOW OR NEVER
DON’T MISS OUT
ONCE IN A LIFETIME
PRICES GOING UP
Right, point being? Trinity didn't invent that, nor did IMR (Bob)... It's just a flash sale of inventory to increase cashflow. I don't see why we should make a fuss about it. At the very least, it lets people grab the R1 (Which is an excellent IEM) at a more than affordable price and lets Bob get cash flow to pay off anything he has lingering.
That and Trinity strategies pretty much left with Bob, of course he'll replicate the strategy in his new venture...
I agree with that. It IS a half baked product... But the antenna issue is an easy fix. The battery will be a whole other issue. I'll probably have to gut it open and solder a new cell onto it in the future. In the meantime, at least I'll get some usage out of the product I paid for.
Well, you asked a question and I was trying to answer it. I don't know why you're using that tone with me. Are you back to being the Trinity/Bob defender again?
I didn't use any tone, I just don't get why it's of any importance. And why would I be back to defending any of this? Srsly. This thread is wearing everyone down.. We should all just quit while we still have a bit of sanity.
@harpo1 - You still have the gutted Air? Can you take down any writings on the battery and measure it for me please? Trying to find high quality replacement cells.
Ok. I received my PM6s. Hooray. I used the PM6s at the gym with my Bluewave Get. As @Karendar said, they excited my Tinnitus. Overly bright and almost harsh in the treble. They sounded pretty good but i want to say there was some sort of cloudiness with them. Not quite clear/clean. The timbre of the drums was a little odd.
When i got home i played with all the filters. I found the "Gold," Blue, Green and gun metal did not excite my Tinnitus. The "Gold" filters sounded the best and made these better than the default Blacks. I paired them with my AR 20. To be honest paired with this unit the PM6s sounded pretty damn good but also pretty damn boring. The "Golds" brought the mids closer as i felt the mids felt pretty recessed. Still, the timbre of drums sounded odd. Cymbals were good and that cloudiness was cleared up a bit but still something off. Maybe an overall veiling.
Not bad but to the for sale section, i think.
Congrats for finally getting the P6. Seems like Air / Pantom 4,6 / Master all feel to be like prototypes.. I used to own P4 & tried P6/Hunter during exhibitions (and both of them either had balance issues or dead driver..) and they all sounded kinda unpolished, or unfinished.
TA probably wouldn't have sunk if they weren't so hasty about blasting out new products so often. They reached out to all kinds of things exceeding their ability.