Senseurheart Kimochi, 06 Apr 2020Your English : XD But the Samsung and China phone Bass are bad, I experience it I known. r u kidding? i am using redmi k20 pro with Mi Headphones Pro HD, their sound is among best out there, so much clairty and bass, they blow me away. You have got to try this combination to understand chinese technology companies are now among pioneers of their class.
How much this WF XB700
So, for updated version you mean they change that "switch" to change song which it's easily broken in 6 months?
Anonymous, 06 Apr 2020XB = Xtra Bad.
Sony is very bad at naming its product.
LMAOYour English : XD
But the Samsung and China phone Bass are bad, I experience it I known.
Senseurheart Kimochi, 05 Apr 2020Tell me if your company want to naming a eXtra Bass, how would you naming it?
XB is easier ... moreXB = Xtra Bad.
Sony is very bad at naming its product.
Cyberchum, 03 Apr 2020"Much easier for you to understand," keep tripping. It's you who can't grasp something so simp... moreTell me if your company want to naming a eXtra Bass, how would you naming it?
XB is easier to know the name. I don't think you can find another better shortform :)
Senseurheart Kimochi, 03 Apr 2020IMO the Sony naming scheme much better on differentiate each product from it generations. Sony... more"Much easier for you to understand," keep tripping. It's you who can't grasp something so simple. It's not about me; it's about the average buyer. Think like them. Put yourself in their shoes. When making a product, you tailor it from the ground-up, to meet the needs of different categories of people, unless you are targeting only one category.
I gave an example so simple to grasp, at least I thought. A lot of sales is made through referrals and recommendations, and few would have WF-XB700 off head. No matter how big Apple's collection would be, they'd never settle for such name, same with Samsung, and even Huawei. 4 letters (that isn't a word) and 3 numbers.
Words stick easier. Simplify!
Cyberchum, 03 Apr 2020Weren't you the one that mentioned/used M11 in your commemt? And M11 is a phone, and Samsung h... moreIMO the Sony naming scheme much better on differentiate each product from it generations. Sony have many earphone/headphone/speakers... products different from spec and range. Example XB = eXtra Bass, XB actually the shortform.
I suggest Sony to draw a "Product Mapping" just like the Mind Mapping, so it will be much easier for you to understand, but I am worry you would have critics from another point.
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2020So now we've already went from something straightforward like Buds to something very ambiguous... moreWeren't you the one that mentioned/used M11 in your commemt? And M11 is a phone, and Samsung has a ton of phones on sale, too. Lol.
They could easily be many series of "Walkman Buds" with each denoting it's level of quality and/or price:
Walkman Buds V1, V2ÂÂÂ…
Walkman Buds W1, W2ÂÂÂ…
Walkman Buds X1, X2ÂÂÂ…
Walkman Buds Y1, Y2ÂÂÂ…
Walkman Buds Z1, Z2ÂÂÂ…
Is that easy for you to understand now?
Cyberchum, 02 Apr 2020Someone could easily tell a friend, "hey, my Galaxy M11 is really delivering for the price. Yo... moreSo now we've already went from something straightforward like Buds to something very ambiguous like M11 because there is ton of models on sale. That was my point.
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2020No problem. Come back here when Samsung gets into headphones/earphones business and offers exa... moreYeah, like Samsung (which is an instance, by the way) don't have more than 30 midrange phones. Lol. Simple thing is surprisingly very difficult for supposed tech enthusiasts to grasp. Think beyond fanboyism.
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2020How about Galaxy M11? And how does that compare to A11? Or A30s that came before A11? What doe... moreSomeone could easily tell a friend, "hey, my Galaxy M11 is really delivering for the price. You should consider getting yourself one."
That's easy. But replace that Galaxy M11 with SM-M115F (its model/version no.) and see difficulties. Becomes a mouthful and difficult to remember.
That's the point, but hey, you can keep going off on a tangent. Fits you just fine, I think.
Cyberchum, 02 Apr 2020You can chose to write your own article, whatever pleases you. Samsung, for instance, have man... moreHow about Galaxy M11? And how does that compare to A11? Or A30s that came before A11? What does S stand for? And what about A01? Where does that go? Which one is midrange, which one is low range without actually looking up? No one knows unless someone is really interested to find out. Is Note 10 Lite actually in higher model range than S10+ or below it? I don't know without looking up. Do you? Of course you don't
Cyberchum, 02 Apr 2020You should learn how customers think. You don't need to own a business to know that. A user... moreNo problem. Come back here when Samsung gets into headphones/earphones business and offers exactly 30 different models of just in-ear monitors like Sony does today and then let us know how they name their products. For sure it ain't gonna be Galaxy Buds Plus, Galaxy Buds Pro, Galaxy Buds Ultra and then another 27 variations.
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2020What? Do you know how many headphones and buds Sony make? Go check it out yourself.
Their ... moreAnd WI also. I think, WH is for Wireless Headphone/Headset
WI for Wireless In-ear
WF for Wireless Freedom(TWS)
Cyberchum, 02 Apr 2020TVs are a totally different segment. They aren't mobile, are they? Use smartphone or smart wat... moreTons of people have ugly names.
It is not a problem.
Why would be from a product?
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2020Nobody that is interested in a product will give up on buying because name. TVs have names... moreTVs are a totally different segment. They aren't mobile, are they? Use smartphone or smart watch/smartband line as an example.
Shanti Dope, 02 Apr 2020No. A customer looking for a new pair of headset would first look at the brands, and then once... moreEverything you said about me are actually your insecurities talking. Leave your mama's basement, kid. Learn how things work in the real life.
There's no point I made that you have coherently countered. Just insults.
Cyberchum, 02 Apr 2020You should learn how customers think. You don't need to own a business to know that.
A user... moreNo. A customer looking for a new pair of headset would first look at the brands, and then once they're interested, then they'd take a look at them. Naming will be confusing only in the beginning, but eventually you'll see the pattern as they create a new version while following the same naming pattern but changing it a bit in terms of the number for generation.
Samsung only sells one type of headset, while Sony is selling several variety of it. If naming was actually the problem, then nobody would be buying these products, but sales tell a different story, and even tech reviewers recommend them over Apple's AirPods.
You are just confused, but the fact that you could've chosen to learn them instead of bashing them, yet you still chose to waste your time for this nonsense, is very unproductive and uneducational for yourself. And definitely it did nothing to change Sony's strategy, if they'd even listen to you, that is.
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