The bass is importent in my earphones.
Nice to see some questions about earphones, even so I don't expect on the the things most important to me to change. For me the bullet wireless are super compelling, I would get them except for one tiny detail, the tips.
Now I know many people are fine with them and I get that, but I like many others find the silicone and even foam tips super uncomfortable. The discomfort caused by the silicone buds have made me run with only 2 kinds of audio devices, big full over the ear headphones that are great but bulky and apple style in ear buds that are super comfortable but there are very very few choices that are of acceptable sound quality in the wireless range.
At the moment I'm waiting for the JBL T205BT, hopefully they will be fine for me. But I do like the neckband design more for the bullets.
mine one is in red colour had good quality materials & in audio too but the audio levels is lower even after audio equlizer tuned with OnePlus 6 but bass & other effects are bit lower in it as compared to other headphones in range
I have the one plus bullet wireless Bluetooth headphones. there is a slight problem with it. whenever i connect it to my one plus 5,it picks up a lot of background noise like of vehicles and other stuffs. even of people talking like quite far away. I don't what to do. i have tried changing all the settings and even formatting my ph but to no use.
Are you talking about Beats or OnePlus Bullets Wireless?
Bullet wireless. sorry for the typo about writing beats.
If you are talking about headset mic when you call then yes it picks up some noise also. Its not a problem with OnePlus 5, it happens with every phone, same thing with my OnePlus 6.
You can't expect noise cancellation for mic with the earphones for this price.
But it picks up a lot of background noise and the person on the other side has to literally reduce the volume in the call so that his ears don't get damaged. and the background noise is so clear that he can hear what the other person in my background is saying from quite a distance. is there no solution to it? you are saying this is a problem with all bluetooth headsets in this price. i am quite dissapointed to be very honest. i expected much better.
Conduct a survey regarding availability of some important accessories that are related to audio. At first place you remove the 3.5mm jack and include the connector with the phone. but what when you lose them? That product is out of stock since the beginning and their is no better alternative available.
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I've yet to find a pair of in-ear (earplug) earbuds, that aren't horribly uncomfortable to me. The closest I had to comfortable were the "FIIL Carat" that I won on this forum some time ago. But I always preferred classic, nineties style earbuds (flat head as they're called in the survey). I am unsure about the recent style of earbuds in "apple earpods" style, those are pretty uncomfortable to me, but not overly so. When I hit the gym sometimes I use the FIIL Carat if I don't want to be disturbed by other people's grunts (I also use these when I have to take the subway, since they're isolating, you end up keeping a lower volume because we have a tendency to increase the volume to unsafe levels when there is lots of ambient noise), but most of the time I use one of my "battle" earbuds, namely the Monk from Venture Electronics, these cost 5 bucks and sound pretty damn good, but they break easily so I bought 10 pairs 2 years ago, and I already killed 5 of them mostly due to the wire getting pulled accidentally while I'm lifting, and the wire snapping from the buds. Now I bought a pair of JBL Tune205BT which are wireless "earpods" style headphones, but I still haven't used them enough to say if they're good.
Honestly, when it comes to portable earbuds, I don't want to be fully isolated so I prefer non-intrusive earbuds.I wish someone would actually make a good pair of flat-head earbuds with bluteooth and AptX. Classic style earbuds can sound pretty damn good, the only thing that in-ears have over these is (mostly) awful, booming bass. Flat head earbuds can have amazing mids, highs, detail, and soundstage, but this type of earbuds are being phased out in favor of boomy in-ears unfortunately.
For home listening on the other hand, I prefer full size, circumaural headphones. My favourite headphone so far is the Sennheiser HD599.
Bluetooth sound is not perfectly received and very low sound quality
calling receiver voice is like speaker sound loudly
@Trista W. the survey page is not working.
one note that I hope designers would keep in mind is the possibility of listening the music while the device is changing, currently this quite annoying experience.
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Thanks, that worked! Really need to ban the community app...
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