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Small Driver, No apt-X and only IPX5!! Why would I want these?? Bought a pair of GoNovate on Amazon for $29.00. They have apt-X and sound amazing. Very small size also.
That's odd, I looked on Amazon and only found GoNovate earbuds with apt-X for 124.51. Nowhere in ANY of the models under $$100 say they support apt-X. There is $29 bluetooth 5.0 but that's it. They are also only IPX4
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GoNovate Demi Wireless Earbuds
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I don't know how to copy and paste this one. I did try. They are now $42.99 IPX7 and have apt-X. The case is the size of a silver dollar and like I said they sound very good. Please let me know If you find them and what you think. Thanks, Bob
Wireless Earbuds, GoNovate Demi Bluetooth 5.0 Earbuds with Metallic Charging Case Apt-X Incredible Sound Quality CVC8.0 Noise Cancelling, Ipx7 Waterproof 8H Continuous 40H Cyclic Playtime
I did look at those but on on Amazon.ca so different price. however in the description it doesnt say on the sales part, but in the pictures below it does say "Superb Sound Quality with Bluetooth 5.0
Demi USES the latest Qualcomm QCC3020 chips on the market, including AptX audio decoder that can more effectively encode audio. let you enjoy the play in the concert, such as the Boston Symphony concert hall."
Can you confirm on your device it ways aptX when connected. Sometimes they use the policy that description may vary and Amazon only requires them to have the text portion at the top to be accurate, where it doesnt say aptX. If it does, then good deal and i might order a pair. What do they sound similar to?
That being said, Anker certainly has AAC and AAC + apt-x offerings that also rock the BT 5 and are ipx 7. Honestly, I've always been a bit surprised that Drop never had any collabs with Zolo (Anker's "lets throws this audio product concept at a wall and see what sticks" arm).
I ordered both MEE X10 and GoNovate Demi, I'll post here on how they compare.
The MEEs are not bad earbuds despite the lack of aptx. I’d say the sound is definitely not the distinguishing factor between the two. The Demis have a slight edge in that they have (a) a smaller pocketable case that (b) fits deeper/bigger tips and (c) the buds themselves are smaller and lighter and easier to wear for a long time. I think the MEE have a slight edge in mic quality. They are both pretty terrible for calls but the MEEs are better. Both have good sound, good range, and both have issues with the occasional signal interruption. I don’t use the buds around water so the ipx rating didn’t matter to me.