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KZ SA08 True Wireless IEM

KZ SA08 True Wireless IEM

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New from KZ, the SA08 IEM offers a true-wireless experience with impressive sound quality, connectivity, and performance options for the modern listener. True to its name, the SA08 is equipped with a total of eight balanced armatures (four per side) Read More
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AustonTexas
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Dec 15, 2020
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Pretty Decent For The Price.
The Good: 1) Pretty good sound. It won't win any awards, but as I mainly intend to use these at work with one ear out, they will do just fine. 2) The fit is quite nice and comfortable. The cheap ear tips make it slightly finicky when placing them in the ear, but once you get them seated they aren't going anywhere and seal quite nicely. They are quite light and don't dig into your ear, so you hardly notice them once they are in. 3) The Bluetooth connection is fantastic. Unlike many other Bluetooth devices I have tried, (even at significantly higher price brackets,) I have not found any angle where I drop the connection/get spotty playback from the signal passing through my body (Such as having my phone in the right pocket with the left bud in, and I have even tested leaving my phone in another room and had no problem getting a signal >50 ft away, through a wall. 3a) Good enough to give it its own point IMO, each bud can be used independently, and I have yet to have any issues with needing to 're-pair' the buds. I just take out the buds, and they connect. Like it should be. The Bad: 1) As others have said, there is some white noise which is obnoxious, but it is quiet and fades out when anything is playing, so not a deal-breaker for me at this price point. 2) The ear tips which come with it seem quite cheap. Not unusably so, but enough that I plan to buy replacement tips if I can't find any decent spares from previous impulse IEM purchases laying around the house ;). The Mediocre: 1) The touch controls are *okay*. Personally, I am not much a fan of IEMs which require you to tap them, but they pretty consistently get the right input when I do use the touch controls instead of digging my phone out, and it's a hell of a lot more pleasant in your ear than a button you have to click in. (God, my ears hurt just thinking about it). 2) The case could be a bit smaller considering the size of its battery, but I still manage to fit it into that little coin pocket in my jeans, so I give it a pass. Summary: As long as you keep in mind these are ~$50 wireless earbuds and temper expectations accordingly, you should be pleasantly surprised by how well they sound and perform.
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Would recommend to a friend.
Bobby_C
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Dec 11, 2020
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Awful. Just awful.
Please save yourself the time and do not buy this. The white noise is so high that it can be hard to listen to much quieter tracks. The bass is extremely heavy, making it fatiguing to listen to for hours. The highs aren't really clear and tends to have static here and there. Soundstage is good, but that's about it. I guess you get what you pay for.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
PHXMIKE
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Dec 9, 2020
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