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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    My old Samsung s8 and every Samsung flagship since can send music to two different bluetooth speakers. Its called Dual audio.
    Not much point sending the music to me watch.


    Cheers, no big deal, will probably just buy bud earphones that have a cable, couldnae be bothered down loading apps then setting it all up, then losing one, then losing the rag when I stand on it with bare feet 20 minutes later etc etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    but not about high quality headphones.
    Pull your head out I buy ChiFi IEM's because I only use them when I am out of the house. When I am at home I only use my Sennheiser HD 660's with the sound pushed through that Dac/tube amp setup that I posted above. No IEM can hold a candle to over the ear headphones so to compare them is apples to oranges and stupid.

    You have proved that you THINK you know audio put the truth is you are clueless. BTW I fucking hate Iphones ya twat.

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    Snubby, calm down...

    My Shure in ear, say me 535s, are much better sounding than those nasty HD660s...

    Sennheiser HD660...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    My Shure in ear, say me 535s, are much better sounding than those nasty HD660s...
    You are fucking clueless as fook.

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    *Bump*. My iPod Shuffle finally died recently after many years of sterling service. Apple stopped making them more than 2 years already, and I'm wondering if anyone can recommend decent non-phone music / MP3 player good for sweaty gyms / running, etc.? Equivalent to the Shuffle maybe.
    I have some good quality sports ear phones (Sennheiser) already, so wired application would be good. Cheers in advance.

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    ^ I know you said non-phone music, so not exactly what you asked for, but...

    Use Spotify on your phone.

    Free for basic and about 150 baht a month for premium (first 3 months are free at the moment)

    Has every song/album and podcast you want, learns what you like and makes new playlists for you.

    No need to download songs or transfer files and can use on the phone, car stereo, smart TV and whatever bits off tech you have laying around that can play music.
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    ^Cheers, B. I have music and playlists on my phone, but looking for a small clip-on player for running, etc.

    There is a player uses Spotify called "Mighty" that looks okay. Cheap enough too.

    mighty.jpg

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