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I paid $13 for mine a few months ago. They really don't get very loud. Music sounds great, bass is good but could be better.
All in all I would buy them again

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Audio Technica ATH-CKR75BT Sound Reality Bluetooth Wireless In-Ear Headphones with In-Line Mic $27 at BuyDig

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I don't see any diffrence between these 2... unless there's nomthing i'm not seeing.
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You have to charge it 3 hours to get 5 hours of playtime? That doesn't seem efficient.
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You have to charge it 3 hours to get 5 hours of playtime? That doesn't seem efficient.
They both clearly have 7 hours of playtime, where are you seeing 5?
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I paid $13 for mine a few months ago. They really don't get very loud. Music sounds great, bass is good but could be better.
All in all I would buy them again
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They both clearly have 7 hours of playtime, where are you seeing 5?
I charged mine for an hour yesterday and listened to them for 3 hours. They still have charge.
But they usually charge to full in about 2+ hours and last 6 to 8 hours for me
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Yikes, seems like they may have some issues:

https://www.macworld.com/article/...eview.html
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So I got some similar earphones recently (Sony, but similar) and I really don't like them. They have great reviews, but the "microphonics" of these in-ear phones drive me nuts. It feels like I'm wearing a stethoscope and every little bump on the cord is maddening to me. Is that common with this type of earphone? I'm going to have to go back to regular headphones or cheap earbuds.
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So I got some similar earphones recently (Sony, but similar) and I really don't like them. They have great reviews, but the "microphonics" of these in-ear phones drive me nuts. It feels like I'm wearing a stethoscope and every little bump on the cord is maddening to me. Is that common with this type of earphone? I'm going to have to go back to regular headphones or cheap earbuds.
Maybe just the Sony or whatever ones you got. I use these mainly for conference calls and they sound about the same as wired earbuds. Cannot say the same with those cheaper true wireless buds..
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Darn. No water resistance
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So I got some similar earphones recently (Sony, but similar) and I really don't like them. They have great reviews, but the "microphonics" of these in-ear phones drive me nuts. It feels like I'm wearing a stethoscope and every little bump on the cord is maddening to me. Is that common with this type of earphone? I'm going to have to go back to regular headphones or cheap earbuds.
I get that effect with all of the rubber cone style buds. Upside is they block outside noise better, like a lawnmower. Downside is I "hear" the wire. Having used various sets over the last 15ish years, I can ignore it now.
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I don't see any diffrence between these 2... unless there's nomthing i'm not seeing.
one has bigger driver 11.8 mm. less expensive one has 9.8mmm driver
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How are these compared to something such as the sony extra bass earphones (mdr-xb50ap)?
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