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If only we knew if it was going to keep the title "Grab Bag" and actually come in some sort of bag. Defeats the purpose if you just throw the headphones in a box and ship it. Am I right?
So, you're complaining that it may not come in an actual bag? smh...
Im not complaining I'm just saying it be appropriate if it would seeming its a "Grab Bag". But its your way to perceive the information and I'm not going to judge your perception. Cause it could be seen in multiple ways.
I don't care if it comes in a bag or not I just want the product it contains.
I'm sorry, but this is just hilarious lol.
Grab Bag: a container from which a person chooses a wrapped item at random, without knowing the contents.
So basically they should send us ALL the prizes, and we can just grab one from the box they send............
Definitely wouldn't abuse that system
What if it's a bag/ sack/ fannypack but it doesn't say, "GRAB ME"?
What if it's a box but printed across it is, "GRAB BAG"?
A box labeled "bag"? Shh...that's how you take down an android/terminator. Box=bag - "Does not compute!".
Mine came in a clear bag :p
Wooh! xD It has a bag!... Hey now it can formally be called a "Grab Bag"
You missed the point a bit lol..
I already had the M-Duos, and got the A151Ps. Not even comparing them to the M-Duos they just sound too tinny for me. Maybe it's my pair, but just no bass at all and they almost sound empty. Maybe experimenting with different tips will help. Also, they feel a lot cheaper than the M-Duos. Just my opinion, everyone has their personal sound preference.
The balanced armature is something different and will sound weird if it's your first pair of B.A's I too noticed what you did on first impression (bessless & thin) but I let my ears settle in with them and get used to the sound. I ended up liking mine because though they lack in bass they make up for it in amount of detail they offer in the upper-mid to high range or frequencies. Just a recommendation before you write them off :)
This. Unless you step up to 10 BA custom IEM, I think dynamic and armature drivers generally will have their own sound signatures. BA deliver tight and very accurate bass but lack a body and reverb. They also generally have better treble, detail, sound-stage and presentation. Great for some genres, not so much for others. At least that has been my impression...
I feel the same as you just looking at the two...my pair of M-Duo's seem so much higher quality than the cost. Even better than my old Jaybirds BB X. Also, people looking to trade could just sell them for a bit less than 50 on eBay and go and buy a new one for just a few dollars loss.