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    Drinking-Swimming Mastah
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    MP3 y Audifonos Waterproof!

    Eso amigos;

    Alguien tiene información o que haya usado alguno de esos reproductores que me pueda recomendar?

    El tema es que me voy a inscribir nuevamente en natación y quiero uno de esos aparatos, pero como hay tan poco información no me atrevo a comprar el primero que "haiga" en mercado libre, ya que no tengo límite de tiempo para nadar y no quiero estar dos horas a pura agua en la oreja, jajaja.

    Gracias y saludos!

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    Re: MP3 y Audifonos Waterproof!

    esta marca se especializa en eso, en la pagina tambien hay otros modelos, cases...etc

    H2O Audio : Waterproof Headphones, Sport Headphones, Waterproof iPhone Cases, Waterproof iPod Cases & Armbands

    (3A49) H2O Audio Surge Pro Mini


    Reviewed Apr 2011

    Details: BA-based waterproof earphone from H2O Audio
    Current Price: $51 from jr.com (MSRP: $99.99)
    Specs: Driver: BA | Imp: 56Ω | Sens: N/A | Freq: 18-20k Hz | Cable: 3.9’ I-plug
    Nozzle Size: 6mm | Preferred tips: Stock single flanges
    Wear Style: Over-the-ear

    Accessories (2/5) – Single-flange conical silicone tips (5 sizes) & foamhybrid tips (2 sizes)
    Build Quality (3.5/5) – The housings are made out of a tough plastic and feel solid. The cable is medium in thickness and sheathed in blue plastic. Small rubber sleeves take the place of strain reliefs on cord entry and a 2” long strain relief, designed to work with waterproof mp3 player cases, protects the 3.5mm plug. And yes, they will survive prolonged exposure to sweat and/or water
    Isolation (3.5/5) – Quite good, especially with longer tips
    Microphonics (3.5/5) – Bothersome when worn cord-down; tolerable with over-the-ear wear
    Comfort (4/5) – The Surge comes with five sizes of unusually thick elastomer tips, which require some getting used to for those of us accustomed to silicone. Getting a good seal with them takes careful selection of the right size but once sealed the earphones will stay in surprisingly well even during intense physical activity. The housings are also very small and light – on par with the entry-level Flex model. Several days may be required for the cables to break in for over-the-ear wear

    Sound (6.2/10) – H2O Audio’s dynamic-driver Surge and Flex models both managed to impress me with the competency of their sound despite the waterproof coating applied to the drivers. The single balanced armature transducer used by the Pro Mini is a bit less fortunate, losing speed, clarity, and articulation compared to all but the cheapest armature-based competitors, but still performs very well next to the other waterproof earphones I’ve had the pleasure of hearing. At the bottom end the Pro Mini lacks a bit of extension – those looking for sub-bass rumble and slam will probably want to stay away. On the whole, however, the bass is quite tight and punchy. Impact is decent for a single BA, falling just a hair behind the pricier Meelec A151 and Westone 1. Don’t expect Ety-like control out of these but they fare about as well as a consumer-oriented sub-$100 BA should.

    Expectedly, the midrange is completely free of bass bleed. Detail and texture are decent but the clarity seems to drop a notch compared to my armature-based Apple Dual-Drivers and Meelec A151s as well as some of the more analytical dynamics in the price range. As a result, the mids of the Surge Pro Mini sound just a tad muffled. Balance-wise I would call the earphones slightly mid-centric in that no part of the frequency spectrum takes attention away from the midrange and the treble and bass both roll off gently at the very top/bottom. Both the midrange and treble are quite smooth even next to the darker-sounding Meelec A151. There is just a bit of sparkle at the top end but nothing that would make them harsh or sibilant except at the highest of volumes (which itself are impractical for reasons outlined below). Top-end extension isn’t the greatest either but quite reasonable for a single-armature design.

    The presentation of the earphones is competent but far from outstanding. The soundstage is slightly below-average in width and depth. Arguably, soundstage size benefits from a shallower seal although using the earphones in their waterproof capacity rules out shallow fitment. Separation is generally good but the drivers seem to run out of steam on very fast and busy tracks. They are still quicker and more resolving than the dynamic drivers used in the Surge and Flex models but the spread in favor of the Pro Mini is smaller than I expected. Tonally, the earphones are fairly neutral – more so than the dark-ish A151s or the brighter Apple Dual-Drivers. There is one more thing worth mentioning – the Surge Pro Mini exhibits some sort of driver flex when inserted. Since it is an armature-based earphone, the effect cannot be driver flex in the traditional sense but the sound put out by the earphones does change dramatically if a lot of pressure is applied on them while maintaining an airtight seal. In their normal, non-pressurized configuration, the Minis are also extremely difficult to drive to high volumes. While they don’t benefit from a dedicated amp from an SQ perspective, they really are very quiet at my normal listening volumes. With the Cowon J3 – a relatively powerful device as far as portable players go – I often found myself cranking the volume to 25/40 or higher just to get reasonable volume out of these.

    Value (8/10) – The H2O Audio Surge Pro Mini is a purpose-built underwater listening device that, like H2O’s lower-end models, sacrifices surprisingly little in the way of functionality and sound quality for the sake of shrugging off moisture. The single balanced armature produces balanced and neutral sound and performs remarkably well on all but the busiest tracks. The earphones do require a lot of power to get up to listening volume and the accessory pack is more modest than that of the cheaper Surge model but other than that I have no real complaints about the Pro Mini. For those in search of earphones that can withstand a large amount of moisture and still maintain a focus on accuracy and realism over thumping bass and tonal coloration, these are the ones to get.

    Pros: Waterproof, reasonably well-built, secure fit, balanced and competent sound
    Cons: 2” strain relief may not work well with tiny players, elastomer tips can take some getting used to, likes power
    *Reproductor: Sansa Clip+ 4Gb + Micro SD 8Gb, Cowon iAudio F2 2Gb, Samsung YP-U2 2Gb
    *Audífonos in-ear:
    VSonic GR07 MKI, VSonic VSD1S, Fischer Audio Tandem, VSonic R02 Silver, VSonic GR06, JVC HA-FXT90, DUNU DN-19 Tai Chi, Brainwavz M3, Brainwavz M4, Soundmagic PL11, MEElectronics M9, Panasonic RP-HJE270
    *Amplificador:
    Fiio E11

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    Re: MP3 y Audifonos Waterproof!

    Buen dato compadre, ví la web y tienen un kit de ipod 4g + case + fonos por US$139.

    No es malo, en comparación a que acá venden un mp3 + fonos de dudosa reputación ML por $50000.-

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    Re: MP3 y Audifonos Waterproof!

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    Hola

    Para natacion te recomiendo el
    Speedo Aquabeat LZR Racer 2 GB Digital Media Player | eBay


    Si estas en Santiago ve a Mallsport. Hay 2 tiendas especializadas en productos de natacion, en ellas vi algo similar.

    Saludos
    Gracias!! lo tendré en consideración, aunque ya lo había visto, pero en los reviews de usuarios en Amazon lo tienen muy mal calificado, mas que nada por la experiencia de uso. Sin embargo iré a verlos al Mall Sport como me indicas, ya que con un producto tan delicado sería importante tener garantía.

    Ojalá tengan uno de éstos ... [ame=http://www.amazon.com/Waterfi-Waterproof-Shuffle-Headphones-Silver/dp/B007PFS1JK/ref=pd_cp_e_0]Amazon.com: Waterfi Waterproof iPod Shuffle Swim Kit with Waterproof Headphones (Silver): MP3 Players & Accessories[/ame]

    Mas que nada porque tiene cerca de 60 calificaciones 5 estrellas vs 10 aproximadamente de 3 ó menos.

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    Cletero niui Avatar de MaLiQ
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    Yo compre en dx.com un case waterproof que viene con unos audífonos, estos días debería llegar y te cuento, lo usaré con un sansa clip. Revise igual en amazon y decían que bajo el agua no esperara mucha calidad en varios audífonos y reproductores cómo el speedo y chinos. Me tinkaron los h2o pero esperare como anda el engendro que haré, igual desde mis cotidianos M3 todo sonará como wano y más bajo el agua xD.

    Enviado desde mi nokia 5190 usando Ladrillo-talk
    MaLiQ Ams =p


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    Re: MP3 y Audifonos Waterproof!

    Cita Iniciado por MaLiQ Ver mensaje
    Yo compre en dx.com un case waterproof que viene con unos audífonos, estos días debería llegar y te cuento, lo usaré con un sansa clip. Revise igual en amazon y decían que bajo el agua no esperara mucha calidad en varios audífonos y reproductores cómo el speedo y chinos. Me tinkaron los h2o pero esperare como anda el engendro que haré, igual desde mis cotidianos M3 todo sonará como wano y más bajo el agua xD.

    Enviado desde mi nokia 5190 usando Ladrillo-talk
    Vale, estaré atenti.

    Esta claro que no hay mucha calidad, deben de tener componentes mas resistivos cosa de no morir al primer intento, obviamente bajo el agua no busco calidad audiofila, pero mientras agüanten uso intensivo y de una calidad sonora 5/10 yo feliz, y que no se salgan mucho de las orejas xD.

    ---------- Post added at 22:01 ---------- Previous post was at 23:13 ----------

    Cita Iniciado por Vitjacker Ver mensaje
    Hola

    Para natacion te recomiendo el
    Speedo Aquabeat LZR Racer 2 GB Digital Media Player | eBay


    Si estas en Santiago ve a Mallsport. Hay 2 tiendas especializadas en productos de natacion, en ellas vi algo similar.

    Saludos
    Rectifico, el que indicas tú al parecer es un firmware nuevo y es muy bueno en comparación al otro, me estoy tentando

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