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1Mii True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds 5.0 AptX Earphones $16.10 + Free Shipping

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Miibuy via Amazon [amazon.com] has 1Mii True Wireless Earbuds Bluetooth5.0 Earphones AptX Stereo Deep Bass for $16.10 w/ promo code 65384LYM at checkout. Shipping is free.
  • Bluetooth 5.0 with Qualcomm QCC3020 Chip
  • IPX5 Waterproof
  • Adopting the QCC AptX Audio and CVC 8.0 Noise Cancellation
  • 8 hours playtime on a single charge and Up to 150 Hours of Playtime from the charging case.
  • Supports APTX / HFP / A2DP / AVRCP, excellent for andriod and iSO, compatible with most Bluetooth devices.
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USB C charging. Also, the brand is Ankbit; seller is 1Mii.
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The name really sounds like they're trying to rip off both Anker and Xiaomi....
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For $17, I'll try them...
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5.0 aptx and usb-c for $16... what's the catch? in for one thanks op
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The name really sounds like they're trying to rip off both Anker and Xiaomi....
Funny how the Chinese are making knock offs of other Chinese products. They probably even come out if the same factories with minor cosmetic changes.
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5.0 aptx and usb-c for $16... what's the catch? in for one thanks op
They sound like crap. There is more to headphone design then just throwing a Qualcomm chip in and including a small battery and usb-c port. Manufacturers are literally giving headphones like these away for free in exchange for positive reviews on Amazon.
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Funny how the Chinese are making knock offs of other Chinese products. They probably even come out if the same factories with minor cosmetic changes.
They look exactly like my bomakers, but different case. But yes the chipset is very good. It's used in much more expensive sets.
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They sound like crap. There is more to headphone design then just throwing a Qualcomm chip in and including a small battery and usb-c port. Manufacturers are literally giving headphones like these away for free in exchange for positive reviews on Amazon.
Oh damn... might cancel bc I have the Treblab X5 that actually sound great
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They look exactly like my bomakers, but different case. But yes the chipset is very good. It's used in much more expensive sets.
The chips are made in China and are probably unreported to Qualcomm. The Chinese make 100,000 and report only 20,000 so they don't have to pay the license fee per chip like they are supposed to. It is a common practice.
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Oh damn... might cancel bc I have the Treblab X5 that actually sound great
Yeah I got a two different pairs that I did reviews for on Amazon for free with the same chip 5.0 aptX and usb-c. They did not even come close in sound quality to my one plus bullets.
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I bought these before and returned them. Using them for Zoom, people could not hear me. Purchased a pair of Aukey for $19 and did not look back.
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The chips are made in China and are probably unreported to Qualcomm. The Chinese make 100,000 and report only 20,000 so they don't have to pay the license fee per chip like they are supposed to. It is a common practice.
If it's a common practice, why would the quality be bad if it's the same as the licensed ones???
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If it's a common practice, why would the quality be bad if it's the same as the licensed ones???
Because there are more components in earbuds than just a microchip?
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