Impedance : 18Ω
Sensitivity : 93.5dB
Weight : 360g
Socket : TRRS 3.5mm
Bluemini Battery Life : 7-10 Hours (Bluetooth); 4-5 Hours (USB DAC no charging)
Bluemini Codecs : LDAC, aptX-HD, aptX, AAC, SBC
Bluemini Weight : 25g
So here she is, the Deva with nicely integrated yet optional bluetooth unit.
For the money, I woud say we may use the overused term ‘Gamechanger’ for this one. It is only the 3rd serious open back bluetooth proposal after the Grado GW100 (which has old tech and and a bad mic) and the Ananda BT (which is great but 3x the price). I especially like the fact that you can comply detach the BT element and use the Deva as a full blown cabled Planar Magnetic Headphone.
The fit is good and I can’t find any discomfort wearing it. Leakage to the outside is big, so this one is only for train rides if you take social distancing seriously…
Again I do fondly agree with the conclusion of Steve: