Graph Database Update (03/08/20)

Tentative ranks are now available for my patrons. “Cliffnotes” titles are also available, so if you’re someone who can’t wait just drop me a few bucks a month to get a sneak peek. For the rest, you’d have to wait until I get around to them whenever I have the time and/or motivation.

Support me on Patreon to get access to tentative ranks, the exclusive “Clubhouse” Discord server and/or access to the Premium Graph Comparison Tool! My usual thanks to all my current supporters and shoutouts to my big money boys:

“McMadface”
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Will
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Alexander

6 thoughts on “Graph Database Update (03/08/20)”

  1. Crinacle, I need to know something. Have you tried the UAT Bluetooth codec on the Hiby WH3? I think it is mainly with Hiby players so far.

    Most of the sources that I have seen say it is equal or better than LDAC, can we get your impressions on this?

    I am saying this as this might be the first wireless earbuds I’ve seen that would supposedly have LDAC quality with 24 bit support so I am interested in hearing your impressions on this.

    I would appreciate any response on this.

    1. COMING OVER TO SINGAPORE TO GET YOUR ASS BETTER WATCH OVER YOUR SHOULDER FORE U MOVE PEACEFULLY IN THE SIDEWALK BITCH

  2. It’s mighty incredible, for the price it’s lightning captured in a bottle. Sounds great at lower to around moderate volume, but as you raise it even a bit, that peak is extremely bothersome and overshadows the tactile feeling of bass in the track. Imaging is alright, but precision not good at all(now i can see why). That’s what my impressions were. Good news is, now you can easily tune it into high tier territory. Thanks Crinacle. More companies gotta come out with the tiny DD for the treble…

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