Shanling MTW100 TWS Bluetooth 5.0 IEM

Shanling MTW100 TWS Bluetooth 5.0 IEM

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Product Description
The first generation of Shanling’s MTW100 IEM offers two earphone models, each with a unique set of drivers configured to specific listening preferences. First up is the red option, which features a Knowles balanced armature driver for balanced sound with strong detailing and sensitivity Read More

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MMMMM
111
Feb 9, 2020
No AptX, no go.
PromNightFetus
67
Feb 10, 2020
Yeah which is really disappointing as everything other than the fact it's AptX is great from what I've read and heard. Wide sound stage is almost a must for me and I was giving up on getting any TWS with some decent staging. I have the Bowmaker Sifi as my TWS of choice as it's very cheap so I don't mind if I do lose it and it has AptX. Was really hoping for these Shanlings (my fav chifi company) to have AptX as well. Hell I'd spend an extra 20-30 for one with it lol.
Jas0n
36
Feb 9, 2020
Are these capable of multipoint pairing by any chance?
PromNightFetus
67
Feb 6, 2020
Any touch or button controls on the buds themselves?
Redbaaron
230
Feb 8, 2020
Do you know if the mic quality is any good? How good is the outgoing noise cancellation/filtering?
PotatoRawr
59
Feb 8, 2020
I never actually tested the mic so I can't help you with it.
kageneko
7
Feb 6, 2020
These look a lot like the Linsoul Sabbat E12s and the TFZ X1s except the case is different... rebrand?
PotatoRawr
59
Feb 6, 2020
I don't see it anywhere in the descriptions so I'll just drop this information here. The charging case supports wireless charging so you don't have to go through the hassle of plugging it in to charge. The fit felt loose but doesn't fall out easily so all's good. I think the only problem I have is that the charging case lid feels flimsy and might break off if you exert just a little more force than usual. Other than this, it's really decent.
PotatoRawr
59
Feb 21, 2020
Thanks for the information, I never knew that.
h0130j03
3
Feb 26, 2020
No problem :)
TheBigTEA
12
Feb 6, 2020
To anyone looking at these, the case is very restrictive in terms of eartips. It is so shallow that I couldn’t find any other tips that allowed a little deeper insertion but still would charge. They are fantastic sounding headphones and made really well though, so if you don’t need them to sit deep in your ears they are great.
rebbi1
49
Feb 9, 2020
You make a good point that having a Bluetooth receiver with wired headphones is a very different experience than true wireless IEM’s. There’s nothing like being able to pop a couple of wireless earbuds into your ears and go about your business. I’m just saying that for me, it’s a solution that is working for the time being.
Evshrug
2303
Feb 10, 2020
Right, all the difference between being fully wire free and plugging into something the size (and clip/placement ability) of an iPod Nano.