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Piton Wireless Headsets: WS-PROFI, WS-NANO (Kit №1) and WS-NANO (Kit №2)

Discussion in 'Headphones' started by SuchMuch, Oct 25, 2019.

  1. SuchMuch

    SuchMuch Administrator Staff Member

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    WS-PROFI
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    Wireless Headset Piton WS-PROFI is available for sale, check this Classified


    WS-NANO (Kit №1)
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    Wireless Headset Piton WS-NANO (Kit №1) is available for sale, check this Classified


    WS-NANO (Kit №2)
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    Wireless Headset Piton WS-NANO (Kit №2) is available for sale, check this Classified
     
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    Rew Moderator Staff Member Supporter

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    Which is the better choice.

    Are they waterproof or water resistant?
     
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    SuchMuch

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    They (chips) are covered with vanish that is water resistant (waterproof), it means box is no way watertight or water proof
     
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    Nano Headphones are 32 Ohms resistant.
    Profi can handle Headphones with resistance 56 and higher Ohms.

    Headphones with resistance 56 Ohms, 100 Ohms produces better quality sound, sound is more "clear" if compared to Headphones with resistance 32 Ohms.

    @PITON can clarify more if it's needed
     
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