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I'm having a similar problem to others. Connected them to my OnePlus 7 Pro, after a few minutes they disconnect from the phone. Happened every time I turned them on, and they are now in a weird state where the led is a slowly fading white led. I cannot believe having spent so much, and waited for so long, that they are unusable out of the box. I have submitted a ticket to support and will update when I receive more information.
Anyone looking for a positive... For the few minutes they worked, they were the best sounding headphones I have ever experienced.
Seems like the Nov batch got some of the Panda have this Bluetooth connection issue or audio cut off. Hope they reply to you soon. I got my return label but since I from Singapore it a bit hard for me to drop the package since they(UPS dropoff) only open on weekdays and recently I been busy. Will do it tomorrow and I let you know my status
i.e how fast the replacement is etc.
These reviews are just draggin' me down. Can't believe there are so many defective units and the thought of buying these for hella lot and then this just scares me. Hope to get some official info, I wish for the app and some firmware updates cause this is starting to be really depressive here. I just wanna normally designed good-sounding working wireless/wired headphones with AptX HD etc. Can't find better ones (well maybe Shure AONIC 50 now)... but still rooting for these.
So glad you said something. Wanted to pull the trigger but i will not leave my OnePlus 7 Pro behind for these. So many other better deals in audio. I might wait around for them to get the kinks worked out in a Panda II...
I also wanted these for my OnePlus 7 Pro and 7T Pro 5G McLaren. =/
So sorry to hear about your experience with the Panda's, especially when we had to wait so long for them. I got mine back in September and have been very happy with mine, I mostly use them with my OP7 Pro. So for what it's worth I don't think the combination of Panda and OP7 is an issue, it must be your Panda's that are faulty.
Strangely enough, these work perfectly with my Xiaomi phone (playing via LDAC), but not with my ibasso DAP, win10 PC or work laptop...
As you have seen in my review, the Aonic 50s absolutely should be brought up more often in terms of high end bluetooth headphones, they are fantastic.
What model Xiaomi? Also are you streaming audio via Spotify or other app?
I'm using Mi Note 10. Spotify; Tidal; everything works. After using and reading up a bit more, it is likely that the LDAC is simply reverting to the lowest quality option when bandwidth is insufficient. When I set my DAP to use aptX instead it streams fine.
In all likelihood, the receiver in the Panda is not very good/powerful or optimised for range instead of speed. It is also very very prone to interference, which sucks for indoor use considering the number of wireless devices present.