Macaw GT350s IEM

Macaw GT350s IEM

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Macaw has earned a reputation for consistently delivering high-value IEMs with premium housings that belie their affordable price. The GT350s earphones are a case in point Read More

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porcupince
6
Mar 30, 2019
Is there any review of this iem?
markholt1
0
Mar 29, 2019
How do these compare to the GT600S?
Kizuna
13
Mar 26, 2019
How easy is it to get replacement cables if necessary?
wizrad
6
Mar 26, 2019
They're just MMCX, so very easy. I found a set I quite like for my MMCX IEMs on Amazon, but AliExpress has a ton and there are high-end cable companies as well.
MFHRaptor
4
Mar 27, 2019
You mean wirelss (Bluetooth) cables? I have the old version of MEE Audio BTX1 Bluetooth Cable and it works well. There's even a new and improved 2019 version. It works fine: decent battery life, connects to 2 devices simultaneously (Note9 + Surface Pro), good range, and most importantly solid connection. Last week I ordered a cheap one from AliExpress and although the functionality is the same, the connectivity is so bad that putting my smartphone in my pocket while walking causes it to drop the connection repeatedly.
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ChumbWumba
195
Mar 26, 2019
I'm curious about these as well..having the timing filters to play with is an appealing option at this price point as there are likely to be some relatively big compromises in SQ and to have the ability to choose which specific tuning you most prefer is helpful generally speaking to tailor the house sound a little more to your preference. I am interested in knowing a little more about these and their general sound signature, if anyone has any experience with them that is, and wouldn't mind chiming in. Thanks friends 👍🏼
jakob.s
65
Mar 26, 2019
It’s been hard for me to find any reviews for these online anywhere, does someone either have experience to share or have a link to a review? A drop price of only $35 is good for an on-the-go pair as long as they aren’t literal garbage.
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