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Zinsoko Noise Isolating Earphones Black, Type-C Wired In Ear Earphones, Dynamic Noise Reduction, Full Loosless Audio & get a white or pink pair free £7.99 (Prime) £11.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by ATFRUK and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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【High Compatibility】It works with almost all Type-C devices, like tablets and PC, smartphone such as Huawei p9/Nova,LG G6,Sony Xperia XZ,Galaxy C7 Pro,Microsoft Lumia 950,HTC 10/Nexus 6P,etc. Please e-mail us and tell us the model of your smartphone if you have any question of the compatibility.
【Dynamic Noise Reduction】With dynamic noise reduction, it will provide you true lossless stereo sound quality and super noise isolating effects.
【HI-FI Audio & Bass Sound】Full digital lossless audio, HI-FI level CDLA standard and digital architecture, from the processor to the headphone jack ensure 96K/24bit transmission. And the Bass Sound will meet your demand for sound quality.
【Fashion and Elegant Design】The ergonomic cochlear design can offer you comfortable wearing. And the compact construction with ceramics can not only prevent it from scratching, but also provides fashion and elegant appearance that satisfies aesthetics need of customers.
【High Quality & 3 Years Warranty】Applying the latest digital audio technology. Using the zirconium oxide ceramic material with little allergy, which will give you a different wearing experience. We offer 3 years warranty for the product, if you have any problems with the product, please e-mail us for help.
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Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 29th Jul 2017
Ordered thanks op
Just to point out the obvious - these are USB-C and not the usual headphone jack.
Otherwise... HOT!
Worth a go, I guess.

Thanks
Do these work with oneplus3?
What's so special about these earbuds? Aren't all headphones/earbuds noise isolating? Dynamic noise reduction! The rest is flimflam! All Chinglish!
Thanks OP.Great for my Moto Z phone. Didn't know you could buy Type C earphones.
Does anyone know if it would work on zuk z2?
jasee

What's so special about these earbuds? Aren't all headphones/earbuds … What's so special about these earbuds? Aren't all headphones/earbuds noise isolating? Dynamic noise reduction! The rest is flimflam! All Chinglish!



From my understanding of USB Type C over 3.5mm jacks is that the digital processing moves from the devices DAC to a DAC in the headphones, closer to the earbud. This lessens any noise from inside the device on the signal to the speaker, lessening the travel distance and away from internal circuitry. This also means since the DAC is in the earphones the earphone manufactuer is now in more control, meaning you will get the same music quality across devices. Forgot to mention through that also it moves the amp from the device to the earphone also. On the other side of it, active noise cancelling earphones require power but since USB C can give the power no need to charge the earphones anymore.
Upon saying all off above, I wouldn't expect too much from something at £4 but worth the try before spending on something better. Personally I was only buying as cheap earphones for holidays.
From reading around I beleive they will work with any device that has a USB Type C. Personally mines for a Nexus 6P.
cecilmcroberts

From my understanding of USB Type C over 3.5mm jacks is that the digital … From my understanding of USB Type C over 3.5mm jacks is that the digital processing moves from the devices DAC to a DAC in the headphones, closer to the earbud. This lessens any noise from inside the device on the signal to the speaker, lessening the travel distance and away from internal circuitry. This also means since the DAC is in the earphones the earphone manufactuer is now in more control, meaning you will get the same music quality across devices. Forgot to mention through that also it moves the amp from the device to the earphone also. On the other side of it, active noise cancelling earphones require power but since USB C can give the power no need to charge the earphones anymore. Upon saying all off above, I wouldn't expect too much from something at £4 but worth the try before spending on something better. Personally I was only buying as cheap earphones for holidays. From reading around I beleive they will work with any device that has a USB Type C. Personally mines for a Nexus 6P.


Depends on what mode they're in, there's another mode that runs analogue audio over the port, i.e. no different from a 3.5mm jack. If anyone gets these and does some proper testing on how they behave it'd be interesting. Best case they just appear as USB audio devices to whatever they're plugged into, but with a USB-C port. Android's supported external audio devices since version 5.0 iirc, windows and mac OS would be plug-and-play. Problem then is a minimum 100mA of current, 0.5W of power consumption which is quite high for headphones. That'd drain my phone's battery in 20 hours without any music playing.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 30th Jul 2017
CampGareth

Depends on what mode they're in, there's another mode that runs analogue … Depends on what mode they're in, there's another mode that runs analogue audio over the port, i.e. no different from a 3.5mm jack. If anyone gets these and does some proper testing on how they behave it'd be interesting. Best case they just appear as USB audio devices to whatever they're plugged into, but with a USB-C port. Android's supported external audio devices since version 5.0 iirc, windows and mac OS would be plug-and-play. Problem then is a minimum 100mA of current, 0.5W of power consumption which is quite high for headphones. That'd drain my phone's battery in 20 hours without any music playing.



Should be arriving Monday (although I'm working evening shift) but will be able to test on Tuesday. Best ideas for testing? Will be on a Nexus 6P.
cecilmcroberts

Should be arriving Monday (although I'm working evening shift) but will … Should be arriving Monday (although I'm working evening shift) but will be able to test on Tuesday. Best ideas for testing? Will be on a Nexus 6P.


Honestly not sure how you'd test these fully, but if you have developer options enabled there's something under media: "Disable USB audio routing". If you toggle that on then unplug/replug and the headphones stop working, we'll know they're appearing as a USB audio device. Power consumption would be a pain to test.
Edited by: "CampGareth" 30th Jul 2017
Silly question, but is this suitable with Galaxy S7 edge?
CampGareth

Honestly not sure how you'd test these fully, but if you have developer … Honestly not sure how you'd test these fully, but if you have developer options enabled there's something under media: "Disable USB audio routing". If you toggle that on then unplug/replug and the headphones stop working, we'll know they're appearing as a USB audio device. Power consumption would be a pain to test.



Got the setting in Dev options. I'll try that, hopefully it may show under the battery metering although from reading around quite a few blogs have said they hardly notice the battery drain but guess that might be more specific to each set of earphones. Reading around can't see any other way of telling apart from opening up and seeing which pins are connected on the USB end. That sounds a plan if I break a set on holidays lol.
azmina

Silly question, but is this suitable with Galaxy S7 edge?



Nopes the S7 Edge is micro usb 2.0 connector. Easy way to tell is "do you have to put your connector in a certain way". USB Type C will go in upside down or whatever way you would like to put it! Although I have now seen some normal usb that will go either way around but normally they don't fit "snug" into the connectors.
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 30th Jul 2017
cecilmcroberts6 h, 27 m ago

From my understanding of USB Type C over 3.5mm jacks is that the digital …From my understanding of USB Type C over 3.5mm jacks is that the digital processing moves from the devices DAC to a DAC in the headphones, closer to the earbud. This lessens any noise from inside the device on the signal to the speaker, lessening the travel distance and away from internal circuitry. This also means since the DAC is in the earphones the earphone manufactuer is now in more control, meaning you will get the same music quality across devices. Forgot to mention through that also it moves the amp from the device to the earphone also. On the other side of it, active noise cancelling earphones require power but since USB C can give the power no need to charge the earphones anymore. Upon saying all off above, I wouldn't expect too much from something at £4 but worth the try before spending on something better. Personally I was only buying as cheap earphones for holidays. From reading around I beleive they will work with any device that has a USB Type C. Personally mines for a Nexus 6P.



interesting, thanks
CampGareth3 h, 4 m ago

Depends on what mode they're in, there's another mode that runs analogue …Depends on what mode they're in, there's another mode that runs analogue audio over the port, i.e. no different from a 3.5mm jack. If anyone gets these and does some proper testing on how they behave it'd be interesting. Best case they just appear as USB audio devices to whatever they're plugged into, but with a USB-C port. Android's supported external audio devices since version 5.0 iirc, windows and mac OS would be plug-and-play. Problem then is a minimum 100mA of current, 0.5W of power consumption which is quite high for headphones. That'd drain my phone's battery in 20 hours without any music playing.



Also interesting thanks,
as I only have android devices with the standard micro-usb port, but adapters are cheap
CampGareth51 m ago

Honestly not sure how you'd test these fully, but if you have developer …Honestly not sure how you'd test these fully, but if you have developer options enabled there's something under media: "Disable USB audio routing". If you toggle that on then unplug/replug and the headphones stop working, we'll know they're appearing as a USB audio device. Power consumption would be a pain to test.



It doesn't seem to me to be to difficult to test, have you not seen those inline USB to USB testers?
I've got one, they're quite good besides voltage and current they can measure total current consumed over a period
cecilmcroberts6 h, 41 m ago

From my understanding of USB Type C over 3.5mm jacks is that the digital …From my understanding of USB Type C over 3.5mm jacks is that the digital processing moves from the devices DAC to a DAC in the headphones, closer to the earbud. This lessens any noise from inside the device on the signal to the speaker, lessening the travel distance and away from internal circuitry. This also means since the DAC is in the earphones the earphone manufactuer is now in more control, meaning you will get the same music quality across devices. Forgot to mention through that also it moves the amp from the device to the earphone also. On the other side of it, active noise cancelling earphones require power but since USB C can give the power no need to charge the earphones anymore. Upon saying all off above, I wouldn't expect too much from something at £4 but worth the try before spending on something better. Personally I was only buying as cheap earphones for holidays. From reading around I beleive they will work with any device that has a USB Type C. Personally mines for a Nexus 6P.



Intersting thanks
jasee

It doesn't seem to me to be to difficult to test, have you not seen those … It doesn't seem to me to be to difficult to test, have you not seen those inline USB to USB testers?I've got one, they're quite good besides voltage and current they can measure total current consumed over a period


I've seen them for USB A to A, but not C to C. Then again there are definitely devices that can get in the loop to see Power Delivery negotiations happening so I guess they must exist.
CampGareth40 m ago

I've seen them for USB A to A, but not C to C. Then again there are …I've seen them for USB A to A, but not C to C. Then again there are definitely devices that can get in the loop to see Power Delivery negotiations happening so I guess they must exist.



I mean something like this:
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Anyone get these and test? What do you think?
My deliverly date is now Tuesday (I'm N.Ireland so used to not getting next day at times) so hopefully test then depending on what time they arrive, on evening shift this week.


Darkmemento

Anyone get these and test? What do you think?

CampGareth

I've seen them for USB A to A, but not C to C. Then again there are … I've seen them for USB A to A, but not C to C. Then again there are definitely devices that can get in the loop to see Power Delivery negotiations happening so I guess they must exist.



Will hopefully know tomorrow but I'm thinking the device will show under battery usage graph as the device name. When I use a Type C to A converter, plug in memory stick it shows as the memory stick name. Although off course the above would get a more accurate reading.
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