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The price of $50 is a bit expensive, how long can it be used under full power, if the price is a bit lower, maybe I will consider
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The price of $50 is a bit expensive, how long can it be used under full power, if the price is a bit lower, maybe I will consider
up to 20 hours of playback (6 hours max playtime in the earbuds + 14 hours max from the charging case)
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The price of $50 is a bit expensive, how long can it be used under full power, if the price is a bit lower, maybe I will consider
Their website says 6hrs, but realistically its 4-5hrs esp with battery degradation and whatnot. $50 is not a bad price, but I have too many so I'd wait until they hit $30 or so at xmas or sometime next year until I snag one of these, but by then bt 5.3 devices should be out and those will be really fun to play with, expect 8-12 hrs for earbuds maybe.

$50 is not bad esp since samsung buds are hitting those prices too, but these should be superior to samsung buds. I think they were $140-$160 this time last year.
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How are these for working out?
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What's the latency on these? Looking for something that I can watch movies with.
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How are these for working out?
I find them a little to light to really build muscle mass.
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The price of $50 is a bit expensive, how long can it be used under full power, if the price is a bit lower, maybe I will consider
So buy Galaxy buds+...11-13hr playtime and one charge from the case...I can easily do a 10hr shift without charging.
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Can't find any mention of them being USB-C, which makes me assume they're micro-USB, so that'll be a pass.
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So buy Galaxy buds+...11-13hr playtime and one charge from the case...I can easily do a 10hr shift without charging.
Galaxy Buds plus are great earphones, but they were discontinued a year ago. Whatever stock you may find may be counterfeit or have degraded battery.
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So are wired bluetooth headphones not a thing anymore? I'm not a fan of the true wireless. They're way to easy to lose and I can't just pull them out and let hang around my neck.
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$50 for this thing or $100 for that Anker Trash?
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So are wired bluetooth headphones not a thing anymore? I'm not a fan of the true wireless. They're way to easy to lose and I can't just pull them out and let hang around my neck.
If you mean the neckband type, yes they still make those.
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The price of $50 is a bit expensive, how long can it be used under full power, if the price is a bit lower, maybe I will consider
Quality headphones cost money , see Bose quiet comfort
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How do these compare to the Bose quiet comfort headphones I've never been able to find one that matches their quality they're wired tho
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