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Re: Bose 700

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
I don’t understand why audiophiles doesn’t like them.
Maybe they’re to glittery or what should I say.
I have a pair of the Dali Io6 and yes they’re great but my ears are to big for the phones so they doesn’t fit very well.
/A

20 jan. 2021 kl. 03:56 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com>:

Yeah that's what I love about Bose. Crispy clear, but not apple earpod crispy which isn't good for Godzilla 1998. You want real real bright speakers or headphones for what the TrendMaster toys called the Tornado Blast roar on the boxes. Any who the mids I guess are nice and the bass is good enough for me. Verry theatrical. I know audio files hate Bose but that's for some other thread on some other list perhaps but I'll say for me the sound is pretty cool. Tek is more my beef with Bose but again that's for a technologie bose should have already but still in 2021 doesn't thread.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 4:50 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Bose 700

Hi!
I Don’t know as I haven’t tested them.
But I assume they’re like all Bose headphones.
Quite clear and crispy with a lot of base to it.
/A

19 jan. 2021 kl. 22:13 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com>:

By the way how do they sound?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders
Holmberg
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 2:29 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Bose 700

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on
the headphones.
/A





















Re: Bose 700

Brian Olesen
 

HI,
Very much like the QC35 II but with some improvement for the function your
own voice.
It's still Sony, who has the best noise reduction.

Brian

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Fra: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> På vegne af Hamit Campos
Sendt: 19. januar 2021 22:13
Til: all-audio@groups.io
Emne: Re: [all-audio] Bose 700

By the way how do they sound?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 2:29 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Bose 700

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the
headphones.
/A


Re: Bose 700

Tim Noonan
 

Hi,

I haven’t heard the QC 35 or 35 2’s, but the sound is better (from what I have read) on the 700s. Don’t get me wrong, the sound quality is good, just doesn’t feel very open to my ears.

No, the latency is probably greater on the Bluetooth than the cable, but - in general - it's a poor situation that the cable connection has any significant lag.

HTH
Tim


Tim Noonan
Consultant Speaker Coach

Phone: +61 419 779 669
Email: tim@timnoonan.com.au
Skype: TimNoonan
Twitter: @TimNoonan

Speaking, Coaching & Consulting: www.timnoonan.com.au
Voice Readings: www.voicereadings.com

On 20/01/2021, at 1:51 PM, Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Tim. Thanks for that. Yes I love the Bose sound though. I will admit they don't do sub bass. But then again headphones especially can't do true car subwoofer bass. That feel it threw your house as the car goes buy bass. But that is for a Bose quality thread on a Bose list. Or something like that. I once had QC 15 headphones. I loved them. Wanted the 700s but didn't have the $300. Did you say there's mor lag with the cable then with blutooth? How can that be? But then again production headphones these are not. They wouldn't be considered flat enough. I've also heard they are brighter and perhaps wider sounding then the QC35 2.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Tim Noonan
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 6:16 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Cc: Tim Noonan <tim@timnoonan.com.au>
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Bose 700

Hi,

The Bose 700 headphones are very comfortable and have some good features for blind users.

The touch controls are extremely easy to use. Sliding your finger vertically up or down the front side3 of the right ear cup increases or decreases the volume.

Sliding your finger forward or backward moves to next track or start of current track/previous track.

Double-tapping pauses and resumes playbak.

There are three physical buttons also

- for power on/off and pairing;
- For adjusting the noise cancelation level between three pre-set levels (the Bose Music app allows you to choose these);
- And the other button is for answering/ending a call, Siri or other voice assistant.

You can choose from level 10 noise cancelation - which is extremely good, through to level 0, which is a pretty responsive and accurate transparency mode.

I often use level 4, which attenuates noise but still allows situational awareness when at home - so I can hear someone calling or what the dog is doing.

For blind folks, this multi-level noise cancelation feature is the stand-out feature of the 700's.

Their other stand-out feature is for phone calls, where they attempt to cancel noise around you as you speak, so the person at the other end only hears you. As with all headphones in this class, their reproduction of your voice is adequate, but not great, lacking high end and some flanging.

Music playback Sound is good, but not super fantastic. Bose have their own sound profile which a lot of audio files are not very impressed by. The app allows you to adjust bass, mid-range and highs, but it’s accessibility is a little fiddly. The Sonys and The AirPods Max are both considered to have much superior sound over-all.

Audio Latency is pretty poor over Bluetooth, which is a shame.

Worse still, there is significant latency when you use the 3.5 ml headphone cable, which makes them poor for audio production work where you really want 0-latency.

That about sums up my experience with these headphones.

Tim

Tim Noonan
Consultant Speaker Coach

Phone: +61 419 779 669
Email: tim@timnoonan.com.au
Skype: TimNoonan
Twitter: @TimNoonan

Speaking, Coaching & Consulting: www.timnoonan.com.au Voice Readings: www.voicereadings.com

On 20/01/2021, at 6:28 AM, Anders Holmberg <anders@pipkrokodil.se> wrote:

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the headphones.
/A


Re: Bose 700

Hamit Campos
 

Yeah that's what I love about Bose. Crispy clear, but not apple earpod crispy which isn't good for Godzilla 1998. You want real real bright speakers or headphones for what the TrendMaster toys called the Tornado Blast roar on the boxes. Any who the mids I guess are nice and the bass is good enough for me. Verry theatrical. I know audio files hate Bose but that's for some other thread on some other list perhaps but I'll say for me the sound is pretty cool. Tek is more my beef with Bose but again that's for a technologie bose should have already but still in 2021 doesn't thread.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 4:50 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Bose 700

Hi!
I Don’t know as I haven’t tested them.
But I assume they’re like all Bose headphones.
Quite clear and crispy with a lot of base to it.
/A

19 jan. 2021 kl. 22:13 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com>:

By the way how do they sound?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders
Holmberg
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 2:29 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Bose 700

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on
the headphones.
/A











Re: Bose 700

Hamit Campos
 

Hi Tim. Thanks for that. Yes I love the Bose sound though. I will admit they don't do sub bass. But then again headphones especially can't do true car subwoofer bass. That feel it threw your house as the car goes buy bass. But that is for a Bose quality thread on a Bose list. Or something like that. I once had QC 15 headphones. I loved them. Wanted the 700s but didn't have the $300. Did you say there's mor lag with the cable then with blutooth? How can that be? But then again production headphones these are not. They wouldn't be considered flat enough. I've also heard they are brighter and perhaps wider sounding then the QC35 2.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Tim Noonan
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 6:16 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Cc: Tim Noonan <tim@timnoonan.com.au>
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Bose 700

Hi,

The Bose 700 headphones are very comfortable and have some good features for blind users.

The touch controls are extremely easy to use. Sliding your finger vertically up or down the front side3 of the right ear cup increases or decreases the volume.

Sliding your finger forward or backward moves to next track or start of current track/previous track.

Double-tapping pauses and resumes playbak.

There are three physical buttons also

- for power on/off and pairing;
- For adjusting the noise cancelation level between three pre-set levels (the Bose Music app allows you to choose these);
- And the other button is for answering/ending a call, Siri or other voice assistant.

You can choose from level 10 noise cancelation - which is extremely good, through to level 0, which is a pretty responsive and accurate transparency mode.

I often use level 4, which attenuates noise but still allows situational awareness when at home - so I can hear someone calling or what the dog is doing.

For blind folks, this multi-level noise cancelation feature is the stand-out feature of the 700's.

Their other stand-out feature is for phone calls, where they attempt to cancel noise around you as you speak, so the person at the other end only hears you. As with all headphones in this class, their reproduction of your voice is adequate, but not great, lacking high end and some flanging.

Music playback Sound is good, but not super fantastic. Bose have their own sound profile which a lot of audio files are not very impressed by. The app allows you to adjust bass, mid-range and highs, but it’s accessibility is a little fiddly. The Sonys and The AirPods Max are both considered to have much superior sound over-all.

Audio Latency is pretty poor over Bluetooth, which is a shame.

Worse still, there is significant latency when you use the 3.5 ml headphone cable, which makes them poor for audio production work where you really want 0-latency.

That about sums up my experience with these headphones.

Tim

Tim Noonan
Consultant Speaker Coach

Phone: +61 419 779 669
Email: tim@timnoonan.com.au
Skype: TimNoonan
Twitter: @TimNoonan

Speaking, Coaching & Consulting: www.timnoonan.com.au Voice Readings: www.voicereadings.com

On 20/01/2021, at 6:28 AM, Anders Holmberg <anders@pipkrokodil.se> wrote:

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the headphones.
/A


Re: Bose 700

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
Thanks Tim for your great explanation.
That made me thinking of buying them even though they’re expensive.
But there are more expensive beasts out there.
/A

20 jan. 2021 kl. 00:16 skrev Tim Noonan <tim@timnoonan.com.au>:

Hi,

The Bose 700 headphones are very comfortable and have some good features for blind users.

The touch controls are extremely easy to use. Sliding your finger vertically up or down the front side3 of the right ear cup increases or decreases the volume.

Sliding your finger forward or backward moves to next track or start of current track/previous track.

Double-tapping pauses and resumes playbak.

There are three physical buttons also

- for power on/off and pairing;
- For adjusting the noise cancelation level between three pre-set levels (the Bose Music app allows you to choose these);
- And the other button is for answering/ending a call, Siri or other voice assistant.

You can choose from level 10 noise cancelation - which is extremely good, through to level 0, which is a pretty responsive and accurate transparency mode.

I often use level 4, which attenuates noise but still allows situational awareness when at home - so I can hear someone calling or what the dog is doing.

For blind folks, this multi-level noise cancelation feature is the stand-out feature of the 700's.

Their other stand-out feature is for phone calls, where they attempt to cancel noise around you as you speak, so the person at the other end only hears you. As with all headphones in this class, their reproduction of your voice is adequate, but not great, lacking high end and some flanging.

Music playback Sound is good, but not super fantastic. Bose have their own sound profile which a lot of audio files are not very impressed by. The app allows you to adjust bass, mid-range and highs, but it’s accessibility is a little fiddly. The Sonys and The AirPods Max are both considered to have much superior sound over-all.

Audio Latency is pretty poor over Bluetooth, which is a shame.

Worse still, there is significant latency when you use the 3.5 ml headphone cable, which makes them poor for audio production work where you really want 0-latency.

That about sums up my experience with these headphones.

Tim

Tim Noonan
Consultant Speaker Coach

Phone: +61 419 779 669
Email: tim@timnoonan.com.au
Skype: TimNoonan
Twitter: @TimNoonan

Speaking, Coaching & Consulting: www.timnoonan.com.au
Voice Readings: www.voicereadings.com

On 20/01/2021, at 6:28 AM, Anders Holmberg <anders@pipkrokodil.se> wrote:

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the headphones.
/A











Re: Bose 700

Tim Noonan
 

Hi,

The Bose 700 headphones are very comfortable and have some good features for blind users.

The touch controls are extremely easy to use. Sliding your finger vertically up or down the front side3 of the right ear cup increases or decreases the volume.

Sliding your finger forward or backward moves to next track or start of current track/previous track.

Double-tapping pauses and resumes playbak.

There are three physical buttons also

- for power on/off and pairing;
- For adjusting the noise cancelation level between three pre-set levels (the Bose Music app allows you to choose these);
- And the other button is for answering/ending a call, Siri or other voice assistant.

You can choose from level 10 noise cancelation - which is extremely good, through to level 0, which is a pretty responsive and accurate transparency mode.

I often use level 4, which attenuates noise but still allows situational awareness when at home - so I can hear someone calling or what the dog is doing.

For blind folks, this multi-level noise cancelation feature is the stand-out feature of the 700's.

Their other stand-out feature is for phone calls, where they attempt to cancel noise around you as you speak, so the person at the other end only hears you. As with all headphones in this class, their reproduction of your voice is adequate, but not great, lacking high end and some flanging.

Music playback Sound is good, but not super fantastic. Bose have their own sound profile which a lot of audio files are not very impressed by. The app allows you to adjust bass, mid-range and highs, but it’s accessibility is a little fiddly. The Sonys and The AirPods Max are both considered to have much superior sound over-all.

Audio Latency is pretty poor over Bluetooth, which is a shame.

Worse still, there is significant latency when you use the 3.5 ml headphone cable, which makes them poor for audio production work where you really want 0-latency.

That about sums up my experience with these headphones.

Tim

Tim Noonan
Consultant Speaker Coach

Phone: +61 419 779 669
Email: tim@timnoonan.com.au
Skype: TimNoonan
Twitter: @TimNoonan

Speaking, Coaching & Consulting: www.timnoonan.com.au
Voice Readings: www.voicereadings.com

On 20/01/2021, at 6:28 AM, Anders Holmberg <anders@pipkrokodil.se> wrote:

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the headphones.
/A


Re: Bose 700

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi!
I Don’t know as I haven’t tested them.
But I assume they’re like all Bose headphones.
Quite clear and crispy with a lot of base to it.
/A

19 jan. 2021 kl. 22:13 skrev Hamit Campos <hamitcampos@gmail.com>:

By the way how do they sound?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 2:29 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Bose 700

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the
headphones.
/A











Re: Bose 700

Hamit Campos
 

By the way how do they sound?

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 2:29 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Bose 700

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the
headphones.
/A


Re: Bose 700

Hamit Campos
 

It should work. I can't tell you how to do it as I don't remember which way
to swipe for each thing but from what I understand it's like swiping the
volume on the forth or fith Gen IPod Nanno.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Anders Holmberg
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 2:29 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: [all-audio] Bose 700

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the
headphones.
/A


Bose 700

Anders Holmberg
 

H i!
Is anyone using the Bose 700 here?
I am just wondering how it works with the touch gestures?
I suppose they will work for a blind person as there are no display on the headphones.
/A


Re: Winamp Questions

Joe Paton
 

Sorry rob, I can't even replicate this problem.


Re: Winamp Questions

Rob
 

I checked, and Winamp is the default music player. When I press Enter on an audio file, Winamp does open, but the audio does not play.

But a file does play if I go into Winamp and use shift-l to open a folder or other keystrokes to open a file while I am in Winamp.

Rob

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Joe Paton
Sent: Friday, January 15, 2021 12:27 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Winamp Questions

Hi Rob,
It may be worth checking that winamp is the default player for audio.
1. press windows key and x.
2. cursor up to apps and features, press enter.
3. you may need to shift tab once, to the list, and arrow down to default apps, and press enter.

4. tab three times, to default music player, if it is not winamp, press the button, and from the nex dialogue, select winamp and press the button.
If winamp is already the default, press alt f4 to close the default apps and features settings window.

see if winamp plays files when you press enter on the files you want to play.
If not, we need to look further.

Joe

t


Re: Winamp Questions

Joe Paton
 

Hi Rob,
It may be worth checking that winamp is the default player for audio.
1. press windows key and x.
2. cursor up to apps and features, press enter.
3. you may need to shift tab once, to the list, and arrow down to
default apps, and press enter.

4. tab three times, to default music player, if it is not winamp, press
the button, and from the nex dialogue, select winamp and press the
button.
If winamp is already the default, press alt f4 to close the default apps
and features settings window.

see if winamp plays files when you press enter on the files you want to
play.
If not, we need to look further.

Joe

t


Winamp Questions

Rob
 

I have questions about Winamp.



Question 1: I have been using Winamp 5.66 for years. In Windows 10, I use
File Explorer to locate an audio file and press Enter to play it in Winamp.
But lately, Winamp opens, but the audio does not play. Even navigating to
Winamp and using hot key x does not start playing. I have messed around
with settings in Winamp preferences to no avail. As a work around, I have
been using the context menu to open the file with another player like VLC,
Groove Music, etc. I appreciate any thoughts.



Question 2: Winamp plays files at a softer volume than other players. It
doesn't matter what format the audio file has. Yes, I have pressed up-arrow
many times to increase the volume. I can't find any settings in Winamp
preferences that deals with volume.



Question 3: I like Winamp because there are key strokes to pan the audio
left and right. I use this frequently to pan a learning track to the right
so the left channel doesn't play. Are there other media players that have
easy methods to pan the audio left and right?



Rob


playlist won't work in Jaws and Leasey

Peter Russillo
 

the latest Foobar 2000 not so accessible
Hello, I am using Foobar 2000 version 1.6.2 on a Windows 10 Pro machine; while trying to set it up  I noticed several things like making hotkeys did not seem very accessible; the tutorial I have must  have been done around 2010 or 2011 with Foobar version 1.1; if anyone uses the latest stable build  of Foobar, do you find it less accessible than earlier versions?  I am using Jaws along with Leasey  and made a playlist by giving it a title, then using Leasey tags on the files I want; after doing  this I hit control-shift-p as per the documentation to create the list; however when I go to Work  with your playlists and hit enter on the title of the playlist I made, then hit enter on Listen to  the playlist, nothing happens.  If anyone uses Jaws with Leasey, is there another step I may be  missing?  Also, what differences are there between Foobar and VLC Media Player?  Thanks for any  help and info.
Yours truly, Peter Russillo


Compact 4-channel mixer wanted.

Anders Holmberg
 

Hi friends!
I am in need of a very compact 4 Chanel mixer that I can plug into my monitors and from there connect my Focusrite and cassette deck.
I know Behringer do them but are there other brands as well that are not to expensive.
Thanks.
/A


Blaze EZ and Blutooth codacs.

Hamit Campos
 

Hi friends. Maybe I'm going too geeky here and maybe it's not user doable.
But I remember the Blaze players from Hims are Android based. Now to the
geeking out part. Does any one know what version? I know when they came out
they weren't on the latest greightest android. Don't know now. Why it
matters. Now we go super geeky. Do these things have any way of accessing
the blutooth codacs and if they are on android 11 making them spit out LDAC?
Which is Sony's HD codac. Or hell even just APTX? If these blindness players
don't how many of you have tried Sony's NW-A105 digital Walkman? Yes I know
I know we can't use the screen. But could we just play things on it once we
set and forget what ever we wished to with a sighted person?


Audio meter apps

Georgina Joyce
 

Hello All,

Firstly, happy new year to all.

Some years ago I recall someone asking for an audio meter. Enabling a screen reader to read aspects of an audio device. I have an amateur radio program that requires the incoming audio signal to the record device to be set about 30DB. I recall that there was such an application and I see there are quite a few out there. Anyone know of an accessible one?

Many thanks,

Georgina


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Re: wavepad question?

Colin Howard
 

Simon,

As you've been using WavePad to my knowledge at least a couple of years, I
am really surprised you don't know such a basic function.

I suspect if it is anything like GoldWave, there is a function something
like place marker, in GoldWave, the key stroke to place a marker is left
bracket which when pressed places a start marker at the current cursor
position. the end marker is close bracket which places a marker for the end
of selection at the current cursor
position. In totalRecorder, there is a similar facility so I suspect if you
read the help or manual, you should find the appropriate descriptions.
Removing / inserting into or from files is one of the most basic and early
things I needed to do with GoldWave.

On Sat, 26 Dec 2020 00:19:54 -0000, amongst other things, "goshawk on
horseback" <goshawk_on_horseback@fastmail.co.uk> wrote:

I have always found it to be very good, and I am sure that it is just that I
don't know how to tell it what section to remove more than anything else.

Simon


----- Original Message -----
From: "stewartross via groups.io" <stewartross=sky.com@groups.io>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Friday, December 25, 2020 12:07 PM
Subject: Re: [all-audio] wavepad question?


hi simon
happy christmas
i no u can do this with soundforge if that helps
i haven't tryed wavepad is it good?
from stewart
----- Original Message -----
From: "goshawk on horseback" <goshawk_on_horseback@fastmail.co.uk>
To: <all-audio@groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, December 24, 2020 10:55 PM
Subject: [all-audio] wavepad question?


hello all,
I am looking for the easiest way to take bits out of the middle of an
audio file with wavepad. it is a tv program that I recorded, and that has
at least 4 advert breaks that I want to remove.

Simon
















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