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Bluetooth stereo phones w/GOOD sound (comparable to my Shures)?
Does anyone have a set of Shure earbuds and know what I am talking about when I say good.
I consider the Shures at the $150 a good start for decent sound, I'm not super picky, but most earbuds suck.
I may just upgrade to some IEMs and get them custome molded (all together $450-500)
It would be nice to find a set of bluetooth headphones that actually has good sound quality as a secondary, and when I am at home or work, use the more expensive ones. I've tested several models, but the sound was either dead and muddy or tinny/overbright highs, and ones that are both muffled lows and nasty highs. The ones that are usually branded by companies that don't make audio or electronics and seem to go on namesake alone were the worst, Oakleys bleh, I could hear the electronic noise in them. I'm not picky about price, but I am picky when it comes to sound quality, when I say I'm obsessed with music it is an understatement, and I am tired of faux stereophile branded junk I've tried.
I can't be the only, and I hate to use the term, audiophile here, so please chime in and let me know.