Wireless In-Ear | Audio Quality | Isolation | Microphone | IPX5

What should I pick?

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Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum.

I'm here to ask suggestions on which wireless earbud to pick.

I previously owned Jaybird X3s, but I sold them because I wasn't satisfied about the microphone quality. It was almost impossible to have a conversation on the phone.
My budget is under 100€ and I was looking at these models:

Beyerdynamic Biron BT

Optoma NuForce Be 6i

Optoma NuForce Be Sport 4

Sennheiser CX 6.00 BT

Sennheiser CX Sport


I've already checked their specifications and it seems to be like the Sennheiser CX Sport is the best one, due to a wider frequency range and and high impedance. Unfortunately their too expensive for my budget.

Of the group, the "second best one" should be the Optoma NuForce Be Sport 4 (32 Ohms, 10 hours of battery life, quick charge, range 20-20 kHz and IPX5 certified).

I also read online that the Beyerdynamic are very good (despite lower impedance) thanks to a wider frequency range, but they're not IPX5 certified, have a lower battery life and don't have the cable clip (which is important to me).

What should I pick?

I'm a little bit confused. What is better: high impedance or wider frequency range?

My previous JayBird X3s had 20-20 kHz frequency range, 16 ohms and a 6 mm dynamic driver unit.
 
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