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I posted a deal for these at $178 from a Sony retailer and it didn't make the FP. This is some bull shit
It's normal, many of the threads on this forum are paid and manipulated to boost sales, not necessarily the best deal. I once saw a 50+ TU thread for an item on ebay, the sale was less than 40
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Hate TWS, far prefer wired, but these are far superior than the airpods or airpods pro. I assume if these are going on sale the XM4's should be coming out soon presumably around MWC.
When is MWC?
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When is MWC?
Mobile world conference, an annual trade show in February where many new phones and mobile tech is announced.
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Tired of carrying my phone while running.
Me too, but I solved the problem by storing music on a smartwatch. That is a nice side bonus to being able to use running/exercise/tracking apps.
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Me too, but I solved the problem by storing music on a smartwatch. That is a nice side bonus to being able to use running/exercise/tracking apps.
have you found a bluetooth headphone that you can use without having to have it right next to your ear all the time. The Garmins only have a short list of headphones that are compatible with their watches. That's why I prefer to have storage built in instead of a watch however the only ones that have storage are the Samsung Galaxys which weigh a ton and are bulky. Looked into the Mighty Vibe that someone suggested but it requires a Spotify premium membership, very lame.
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It's normal, many of the threads on this forum are paid and manipulated to boost sales, not necessarily the best deal. I once saw a 50+ TU thread for an item on ebay, the sale was less than 40
Also because his deal was military only and not available to the general public.
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Also because his deal was military only and not available to the general public.
There are 22 million vets and vet deals have made the FP before.
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As an audio engineer, I am not impressed. I have been mastering and working on music production for the last 20 years and have been through many earphones/headphones. You're paying for the "portability" factor here and paying overpriced. I guess I put this down to the same folks that buy "Beats" phones, etc, when there are alternatives that are better priced, better quality for 150 bucks cheaper. Also, the 30 dollar Wish.com probably compare to these. I saw a tear down, and Sony are so cheap with their DRV boards. Ew. Overpriced.
So what do you recommend then for wireless earbuds?
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Got them through Amazon with Discover 20$ off bonus. Great deal for brand new 178$ plus tax
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Anyone know how these compare to Bose Soundsport Free for the gym?
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Are these equivalent to the Airpods pro?
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Are these equivalent to the Airpods pro?
Yes, with better sound quality, noise cancelling, and less battery life depending on the settings.

I like them, but I dislike that they do not have the ability to connect to more than one device and that they are not sealed at all.

I hope that the next model will have slightly better noise cancelling and have multi device connectivity.

If you can get them for less than $180, they're worth it, but at $200 and above, I just don't see the point. This is coming from someone who bought them at the current price of $199.

Also, if anyone is wondering, they're just OK for blocking out noise on an airplane. I read that they have the equivalent noise cancellation of the XM2 headphones, due to the 24 bit processor.

My main reason for buying these is that I can't stand wearing over the ear headphones for long periods.
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As an audio engineer, I am not impressed. I have been mastering and working on music production for the last 20 years and have been through many earphones/headphones. You're paying for the "portability" factor here and paying overpriced. I guess I put this down to the same folks that buy "Beats" phones, etc, when there are alternatives that are better priced, better quality for 150 bucks cheaper. Also, the 30 dollar Wish.com probably compare to these. I saw a tear down, and Sony are so cheap with their DRV boards. Ew. Overpriced.
As a professional audio engineer, what's your recommendations? For wired (open and closed) and wireless (Bluetooth 5 compatible, LDAC?).

I hate when a pro opinion is given but no alternative is provided.
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As an audio engineer, I am not impressed. I have been mastering and working on music production for the last 20 years and have been through many earphones/headphones. You're paying for the "portability" factor here and paying overpriced. I guess I put this down to the same folks that buy "Beats" phones, etc, when there are alternatives that are better priced, better quality for 150 bucks cheaper. Also, the 30 dollar Wish.com probably compare to these. I saw a tear down, and Sony are so cheap with their DRV boards. Ew. Overpriced.
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So what do you recommend then for wireless earbuds?
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As a professional audio engineer, what's your recommendations? For wired (open and closed) and wireless (Bluetooth 5 compatible, LDAC?).

I hate when a pro opinion is given but no alternative is provided.
And no supporting research links.....
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