Wireless Earphones

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  1. potpot2

    potpot2 PhilMUG Addict Member

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    I just saw this post by btb,
    Sabbat E12 Ultra True Wireless HiFi Earphones are now available in selected Beyond The Box stores!

    PRICE: Php 2,990

    True to our promise to deliver quality products with great value for money, you may enjoy premium sound with Qualcomm aptX, Qi wireless charging, dustproof and waterproof resistance with IP5X rating, and 10mm dynamic drivers that meets Japanese hi-res certification for only P3,590.

    Your purchase also comes with an official 1 year warranty.

    As a gift to you, we will be offering a special introductory price of P2,990 until November 25, 2019.

    Currently available at: Robinsons Ermita, Robinsons Galleria, Resorts World, Uptown Mall, VMall, Century City, City of Dreams, Piazza, Rockwell, and Southwoods

    #BeyondTheBoxPH
    #SabbatPH

    what do you think guys?
     

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    ^It’s way cheaper than the one sold in Lazada. Fairly good price for a fairly good true wireless earphone, I guess. Those who have tried it swear by its sound clarity, minimal controls and design, though the charging case is a bit on the cheap side. It gets a 6.6 rating in comparison to current TW earphones. Its only drawback is it is not water and sweat resistant or it hasn’t been tested that much yet.
     
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    Can be has be
    You can get this for less than 2.5k in shopee
     
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    link please
     
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    Anyone who has this already? Best Buy is currently the exclusive retailer. Was thinking of using LBC. :unsure:

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    I've been using my Sony WF1000XM3 for quite some time now. Am happy with it.

    My friend (whom I bought the WF1000XM3 from) even confessed he missed the sound quality of the Sony when compared to his Airpod Pro. However, he is very happy with the latter since it really fits in his ears well, and he likes the noise cancellation.
     
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    I have the WF1000XM3 and Jabra 65t (i wish it was 75t)... Here are some of my opinion on these two

    Sound: Sony FTW, Jabra isn't that bad. It's good as well
    Comfort: Jabra, you have the option to completely seal it or not to tight so you can hear the environment (even if there is a feature to enable environment sound)
    Fit: Jabra, as mentioned you can seal or loose fit. it will not fall over. Sony, you have to really plug that firmly else bye bye... Funny though this called "Hint" where in it really is the better, if not the best, way to snug fit
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    Charge: since I'm all Type C, Jabra is still micro USB
    Pocketable: Jabra though it doesn't stand except when you do it sideways. Sony is too bulky
    Magnet to hold the units: Sony, Jabra doesn't have one
    Seal: Sony - if you snug fit it, Jabra if you tighten it (like twist to lock :D)
    Price: Jabra esp. when you buy it in Amazon :D
    Noise cancelling (tested both inside plane): Sony. Jabra isn't that bad though
    Ear wax protection: Sony, with foam or something

    Which one I prefer: Jabra 75t :D because of the fit of 65t. The passive noice I think is good enough.
    OK OK between the WF and 65t, WF for me...
     
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    Had them all or at least most of the popular ones, as I am an audio enthusiast. Jabras, JBLs, Sabbat, etc.
    Jabra 65T - 2nd best sounding for me. Hate the case, hate the fit though.

    Sony WF1000XM3 - best sound bar none! The fit is okay, as I use the largest foam tip. ANC is top notch. Controls on the buds itself is great. The Sony app is good.

    Sabbat E12 Ultra - Fit is good. Yung lang. Everything else is crap. Sold it in 2 days.

    JBL Flash - love the sound. Fit is not that good. It broke down on me only after a week. Got a replacement and sold in a whim.

    Apple AirPods 2 - fit is the best for me. Its like having no buds in your ear. Best in class for connectivity. Bass is non-existent. Volume needs to improve though.

    AirPods Pro - this ticks all the boxes! ANC, fit is perfect for me, sound is way way better than the AirPods 2, it is small and it does not protrude out of my ear like the Sony's.

    I pre-ordered a Samsung phone that will come with the new Buds Plus. Will see if this is good.
     
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    Qualcomm’s latest chips could make noise cancellation standard on new wireless earbuds | The Verge

     

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