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Can someone explain ? wired vs wireless in-ear.

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Better amps. that can use more power, then from a tiny battery in an in-ear

Can someone explain why, my way cheaper wired in-ear have better sound dynamic range, bassier bass and more pronounce treble than f*ing air pods pro, kinda up set by that, sorry for language.

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i know before u said transparency, and noise canceling feature, or that last update, i know that feature was amazing, but really tho beaten by about 10 times cheaper product ? 

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Better amps. that can use more power, then from a tiny battery in an in-ear

When i ask for more specs, don't expect me to know the answer!
I'm just helping YOU to help YOURSELF!
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1 hour ago, TukangKopi said:

Can someone explain why, my way cheaper wired in-ear have better sound dynamic range, bassier bass and more pronounce treble than f*ing air pods pro, kinda up set by that, sorry for language.

I won't make any comment on sound quality but as far as cost goes it is far cheaper to produce a wired headphones than a wireless one due to amo and battery costs etc. Personally I use KZ S1 wireless earbuds and I think they sound damn good enough for daily use. For sure I'm not doing critical listening on them but I don't think anyone should be doing critical listening wirelessly so that's a non-issue. Do they sound better than my ATE or ZS3 earbuds? I don't know, It doesn't matter to me.

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Wireless audio is also compressed, and isn't lossless

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2 hours ago, OfficialTechSpace said:

Wireless audio is also compressed, and isn't lossless

LDAC is prettymuch lossless and is certainly wireless audio.
Besides, lossy compression is far less detrimental to music than poor mastering or poor speaker elements.

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8 hours ago, The Flying Sloth said:

I won't make any comment on sound quality but as far as cost goes it is far cheaper to produce a wired headphones than a wireless one due to amo and battery costs etc. Personally I use KZ S1 wireless earbuds and I think they sound damn good enough for daily use. For sure I'm not doing critical listening on them but I don't think anyone should be doing critical listening wirelessly so that's a non-issue. Do they sound better than my ATE or ZS3 earbuds? I don't know, It doesn't matter to me.

hmmm did u have any equalizer recommendation for wireless device in ios and win 10 pc ? because the high hz sound surely loud af, when i test the latency in warzone game the spike of sound was unbearable even tho the latency is quite good

 

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5 hours ago, The Flying Sloth said:

LDAC is prettymuch lossless and is certainly wireless audio.

Key words being 'pretty much'. LDAC is certainly nice, but not a lot of devices currently support it (since it's still relatively new). LDAC also compresses audio down to 330kbps, 660kbps, and 990kbps depending on the strength of your connection.

 

5 hours ago, The Flying Sloth said:

Besides, lossy compression is far less detrimental to music than poor mastering or poor speaker elements.

Hence why I said 'also' and not exclusively. I am aware of this also.

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COOLER: EVGA CLC 280    STORAGE: G.SKILL Phoenix FTL 240GB SSD (boot), Crucial MX500 1TB SSD (main), Toshiba DT01ACA200 7200RPM 2TB HDD (backup)

PSU: EVGA GQ-1000W 80+ Gold    CASE: Deepcool Matrexx 70 ADD-RGB 3F    MONITOR: AOC 24G2 144Hz (IPS)    MOUSE: Logitech G502 HERO (wired)

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