Nope, paradises 13T. They do have a bit better handling of noisy environment, at least from what my brain perceived (compared to marvels). Tiny bit, but when screaming kid in a bus didn’t pierce my brain as it happen before, that was something I’ve noticed and liked.
Also, with soft speech in quiet I noticed the difference, they managed to distinct a bit better than marvels between soft noise and soft potentially useful sounds. I have suppression of soft noise at maximum (so no more that static) but sounds I allow to significant degree (with good ear I had to reduce it a bit since I could hear too much, eg was too much emphasized, but bad ear and soft sounds on max works fine).
And when I manage to finally convince them to connect, having two connections at once comes in handy.
Also I noticed that if I don’t do anything at all, they’ll automagically connect.
Like, I just turn them on, be around my phone, they connect. Then I open my laptop and after a while I notice they’ve connected. So that’s an approach that currently works for me.
But for ‘connect now’ approach they aren’t cooperating much . Rechargeables are more responsive in that regard with same issues about connecting with the app - first week they were really faster than 13 version, but after that, same thing - wait, get error, retry, wait, finally connected.
My current hypothesis is that it might have something with me not shutting down the phone at all. I think it might restart automatically sometime, but have to check.
Also, for my setup and loss, I didn’t get anything noticeable from motion sensor hearing, so I happily abandoned rechargeable idea since I can be more patient for 500 eur difference.
Or better said, paradises 13 are 200eur more expensive than marvels - noise and 2 devices were worth to me that price difference plus possibility of some upgrading in the future, but further 500 eur for zero noticeable improvement in the hearing area wasn’t.
For pausing streaming I have to train myself that I have watch that can do that anyway. And that two taps weren’t that nice either since I wear glasses. Sensor isn’t that sensitive so it needed significant tap and basically only in dedicated area, which wasn’t that comfortable for me.