And unlike how it went with the previous set, I paid the full price for these, and know that they are genuine.
I can now comment accurately for the first time, about the “aptX” sound compression they use.
I understand that most of the music that I will be playing, has already been MP3 or OGG compressed. But with my simple headphones, that were wired to the stereo mini-jack on my phone, there was a loss in quality, just in getting the sound to my ears, after MP3 or OGG decoding. With aptX, it could be argued that there is also some small loss of quality in getting the sound to my ears.
aptX, and the HBS-750 headphones, are able to get the sound to my ears, after lossy decompression, better than the wired headphones could. So the only sound artifacts that I will ever hear with these, will be those due to MP3 or OGG, and the OGG files will play better again than the MP3 files did, as the OGG files are supposed to do.
The sound of these headphones is truly superb.
Further, the reason for which the suggested app ‘Tone And Talk’ was not recognizing the supposed HBS-730 headphones, was the mere fact that this app was able to read the meta-data of those, and was able to determine, that those were just not on the list of supported headphones, even though I was fooled into believing that they were.
Tone And Talk works properly, with the HBS-750 headphones, that are genuine LG headphones. That is, unless I am to do a detailed test of this app, which may come later. But the app does not just sit there and stay lame, as it did with the counterfeit headphones.