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7HZ Timeless IEM
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7HZ Timeless IEM

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Shahoff
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Nov 27, 2021
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Very good IEMs for even twice as much money but...
First impression was that midrange and treble are brilliant , but to loud as mid-bass and lover bass just did not exists. Another users did report opposite status. Initially I was very disappointed. But I decided to burned-in Timelesses for 50+ hours and OMG mid-bass and lower bass are back. Still not earthquake style as reported by some other users , but very pronounced and tight. I am pro musician but this IEMs do have relatively flat response , not V shape as for me. Trebles and mids are very detailed , but not to much. Box is heavy CNCed aluminium and cost probably 30$ alone :) Cable is very good in terms of sound and if you decide to replace it it have to be relatively expensive one to get better sound. The only reason why I changed cable to soft threaded one is slight microphonic but annoying effect on stock one.
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Would recommend to a friend.
ChrisInMilwaukee
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Nov 23, 2021
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Nice sounding IEM. A little soft, but I enjoy the bass bump.
This is my first IEM and I thought it was good execution. When I put them in my ears for the first time, I was quite disappointed. It was hollow and not at all what I expected based on a couple of reviews I watched. But then I realized they weren't sealing well. I'd heard that a good ear seal was required for IEMs, so I went about trying a few different types that came with them. That's when it all changed. Absolutely for the better. After installing a larger set of ear tips (looks to be the largest in the set), the bass really dropped in as I'd hoped. I didn't know what to expect with these since I've never owned a set of IEMs. Apple's earbuds certainly don't count! Note that I've only been listening to headphones "seriously" for about a year, so consider me new to the headphone game. The only other headphones I have are Sennheiser HD6XX, PC38X, and Hifiman HE560v4. So I went in presuming they would have a similar sound. But they don't. They're probably closer in style musically to the Hifiman units which are also planar. A little soft in the middle, but with good clarity on the higher end of things. Maybe a bit more sibilant compared to the HE560, but similar style. Definitely not as detailed and forward in the upper mids like the Sennheisers. But definitely better on the low end. Holly Cole Trio is my go-to artist when testing certain kinds of audio qualities. "I Can See Clearly" definitely missed a few things I really liked with the dynamic drivers of the Senns. But I had a similar experience with the HE560s. So it must be a planar quality. I'll be trying plenty of other musical styles to see how they compare to my over-ear sets. I did notice that imaging and spaciousness doesn't appear to be an IEM quality that one would get with an over-ear headphone. But I do appreciate the isolation from the outside world that these provide compared to my open-back headphones. These Timeless IEMs are very comfortable. Apple earbuds bother me after a while, and I have an in-ear set of ISOtunes that I use when I'm in the shop or mowing the grass. Those are absolute ear killers. The Timelss ear seals are super soft and feel absolutely lovely for extended periods. I haven't yet put them under earmuffs while using power tools or mowing the grass, so not sure if they'll be uncomfortable with extra external pressure. But they're certainly nice on their own. So definitely a favorable experience for my first IEM!
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adams.brian.502
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Nov 23, 2021
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Amazing for the price!
I have been very pleased so far. Don't judge these right out of the box, all planars have a substantial break-in period. Having said that, they sound pretty darn good immediately. They can be a little too strong in the bass at times, especially with sustained notes. Drums are awesome, though. The treble can be strident too, but that will change as it breaks in. Midrange is very detailed and expressive. The tips included will greatly change some aspects of the sound, more than I've ever heard with another iem, but that can make it easier to find the right sound for you. Because the tips do affect the sound so much, I would definitely encourage trying out different aftermarket tips. For the money, you might be hard-pressed to find a more comfortable and versatile iem. Buy it while they are still offered here!
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WordsandMusic
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Nov 23, 2021
So far, definitely enjoying. No question these are good; now I have to decide if they are great. Second new pair of IEMs since early October, so I have to find time to experience both ... and maybe decide which to keep.
adams.brian.502
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Nov 23, 2021
Double the fun! Would be interested to hear your impressions of both. I have some CP145 Spinfits coming in for my pair, thinking that might be a winner. Please get back to me with your thoughts!
Tootie
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Nov 22, 2021
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I have no complaints
I am very happy with my purchase. these iems are now my favorite. They sound so good and clear. I can listen to all genras, it sounds good. occasionally with the right track the bass is a little too much. They are comfortable, don't look terrible and definitely worth the price. If you are looking for a good iem, but don't want to spend your whole paycheck buy these. I don't think you will regret it.
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