I got JAYS a-Six Wireless IEMs few days ago in the mail and have been using them quite a bit during these days. They are the first wireless headphones I've ever owned and I've only tried few full size ones over the years. They will serve the purpose I got them (podcasts at work), but I was surprised how mediocre they are in terms of sound quality. I'm in no means a true audiophile, but I do try to have better-than-the-average-consumer stuff whenever I can justify the cost. Now, like I said, they will work just fine for podcast listening. Apparently they have a good battery life (12h) and they were "only" 80€, but trying to listen to music with them leaves you a bit baffled. There's a notable hiss/buzz in the background that's distracting and the sound lacks richness. I was fully expecting them not to have much bass, but that's the least of their problem. Even the highs and mids sound dull, flat and slightly muddled. Even when listening to podcasts I notice the quality drop from any wired ones I've used. I know the reputation that Beats have and when I tried my colleague's wireless Beats Studio (3?) I can see why. They had a fairly similar flaws as these ones. So I guess my question is: are these just bad? Is wireless this bad? Do you need to drop A LOT more money for wireless to get anything usable (for music)?