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Mainstream KILLER for the money
The stock eartips don’t fit me wel, because I have funny shaped ear canals. A benefit of the aftermarket Comply foam eartips is that the passive noise isolation is exeptional for traveling. Cable is the weakest point of this IEM. The bens causes a hit or mis type of scenario regarding the seal and fit. The Comply tips solved that for me!
The sound is not that audiophile as alot of people say, but it’s not bose/beats crap either. It sits in between. I’ve got it hooked up to a Topping MX-3 with an build in DAC and headphoneamp, but that is absolutely not required.
The low end is for sure it’s strong point. You can hear the quality rather than the quantity. Mids and highs are like a 7/10 while the bass is 9/10. You can really hear the quality of the recording rathar than a blob of sound. Its’s a warmish IEM, but not bass heavy.
Yet again, for the price it’s an absolute steal. Easly beats everything mainstream under a $100. I got them for $ 22. If you like a more mid and top end focussed IEM, go for the Tin T2’s. But if you’re music style is more focussed on low end precense, get these gems and you’ll never look back for this price :)
Cheers from the Netherlands
Would recommend to a friend.
Which IEMs do you recommend with 10/10 bass ? Groetjes 😀
The Empire Odin’s Bombelman!