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Hi, I have recently purchased a Xiaomi Mi3 and in the lookout for a comfortable earphone to make and recieve calls. Please suggest a blue tooth or Wired one and the approximate cost etc.
Hi, didn't you got xiaomi piston earphones with phone ? If yes then thoae are best for your phone.
 
Guys, I had ordered electric avenues pa2v2 headphone amplifier however seems it is lost in transit and Gary is giving refund, if anyone here willing to sell one or fiio e11, do let me know.
 

nekhrun

Active Member
Any suggestions for an in-ear plugs for listening music from a mobile? I'll using the headphone to listen music while morning walks, travelling (2-3 times a year), and while watching movies on phone.

Budget: Rs 500-700
Music: Bollywood, Pop, Country, No Rock, No Classical

I have zeroed on SoundMAGIC ES 18 Headphone for Rs 650 from Flipkart. Any other suggestions?
 
Any suggestions for an in-ear plugs for listening music from a mobile? I'll using the headphone to listen music while morning walks, travelling (2-3 times a year), and while watching movies on phone.

Budget: Rs 500-700
Music: Bollywood, Pop, Country, No Rock, No Classical

I have zeroed on SoundMAGIC ES 18 Headphone for Rs 650 from Flipkart. Any other suggestions?
Soundmagic ES18 has tendency of channel imbalance means one ear sound more than the other, Apart from that you can go for philips she3590 .. for around 400/- those are best sounding and very comfortable.
You can also search for memorex eb110 on ebay, at 360/- you will get comply foam tips too, which are best. Both philips and memorex will serve your purpose.
 

Sandeep Dhawan

The Contrarian!
Guys suggest some good music system for Ritz/Swift

I am using JBL infinity.
Would like to change them. Not interested in Bass tubes/boxes, tweeters. Just 4 - 6 speaakers of top notch quality damped properly in doors and/or parcel tray.

And some trusted multibranded shop in Delhi-Gurgaon.

Thanks
 
So I never received my PA2V2 may be lost in transit, Got one from someone from head-fi. Initial impression with my clip+ player is increased soundstage. Will post full review after some hours of listening.
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So here is the Pros and Cons of PA2V2 headphone amplifier.

Pros -
1. It definitely shapes the output music by adding some oomph to bass. Listening to bass heavy tracks are bliss as there is NO distortion in lower frequencies.

2. Clears and reshapes the high frequencies - Treble. Hence it becomes more clear and somewhat a little less due to which you don't feel ear fatigue.

3. It doesn't color the sound way too much and sounded close to the original music output. The changes I mentioned above are good as they removes the distortion.

4. Pretty much powerful for any headphone out there, I used Sony MDRV55 40 ohm with just around 1db gain on amplifier. So can say any headphone till 120 ohm will sound loud enough.

5. No hissing sound even with maximum sound on AMP.

6. Battery life is impeccable. More than 80 hours of continous listening on 2 Ni-Mh AA Betteries.

7. When using in Car between Aux cable and player. You will be amazed how your car stereo sounds.

8. Lifetime warranty. The Amp is construction is so simple that one can even solder components if one goes bad.

9. The person Gary makes each and every AMP by hands and may be the nicest person you may find online. Exceptional customer service.

Cons -

This amplifier is said to be portable. However paired up with any player out there and you may not be able to keep it in any pocket. Unless you have Cargo pants.

Below 10% of volume levels, there is noticable channel imbalance.

When charging batteries in AMP, there is no indicator.

Summary -

This Amp can be used anywhere from high end home theatre systems to phones, mp3 players, Radios, Car stereo, Watching movies at night with headphone from TV.

Below is the link of his website.

http://www.electric-avenues.com/

There is a good news for bike riders

He also makes amplifier for bike riders where you have 3 inputs, 1 for music and 2 for walkie talkies. Gary calls it Amplirider and i think just 5usd more.
 

anupmathur

Super Moderator
Staff member
It has never been difficult to achieve great sound with headphones and/or binaural phones... The REAL game begins when you come to the domain of loudspeakers.
About time to move on.
 
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