Final Audio A4000 IEM

Final Audio A4000 IEM

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Final Audio created the A4000 IEM to lead its class. To do that, they worked from the ground up —and left no stone unturned Read More

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MaverickAH
624
May 8, 2021
I received my A4000 yesterday afternoon. I'm going to burn them in as per Final's recommendation before writing a review. It's probably going to be a couple of weeks away. For those who don't want to wait, this YouTube review is pretty spot on based on my initial listening: (2) Final Audio A4000 Review: soundstage specialists; HD800's in your pocket! - YouTube


MaverickAH
624
Apr 15, 2021
I bought a set of Final Audio E500's here with my rewards points & was surprised at how well the performed at the price. It made me curious about the rest of their offerings so I took a listen to the A4000's about a month ago. Very nice with above average sound staging. I definitely had them on my short list for a good, travel friendly set of IEM's. My only knock on them is that the plastic housings made them look like a $50 set. Their sound was commensurate with their price though & they are extremely light & comfortable. Not a big IEM.
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tbjs
482
Apr 14, 2021
I'm a fan of Final Audio. I just bought another pair of E2000s after my ex-girlfriend lost the pair I lent her on a trip. Those are tiny and will fit any ear, but don't incorporate ear-hooks. These look well made and should be sensitive enough to not need amplification. Those little E2000s didn't necessarily need an amp, but man they shined with added power...
MooshMooshMoosh
80
Apr 14, 2021
Can anyone give me a comparison of these to Bose Earbuds? I'm sure sound quality is great on both, I'm more interested in the ear fit. I really like the curve profile of the Bose Soundsport earbuds and have found these kind of bubble plug kind of earbuds never fit in my ear. Does the casing somehow help when keeping this in your ear? Thanks in advanced.
MooshMooshMoosh
80
Apr 14, 2021
Yeah I'm just worried that my ear won't fit. I've always struggled with the round plug style earbuds. Does the casing of the IEM also assist in fitting into my ear?
Evilpanda
82
Apr 14, 2021
all ears are different so best bet would be just to try them on. If you’re worried about fit and maybe work outs? Why not try tws with clips? Powerbeats pro never come off my ears no matter what work out I do. if you are looking for a lay back and chill iem ... try the azla/ dekoni/ comply tips for more secure fitting .
WordsandMusic
88
Apr 14, 2021
Looking at the design of the pin end of the cable and cable port, seems that you'd need a balanced cable with the same style to work here, eh?
quicklytoo4
343
Apr 15, 2021
.78 2 pin, tripowin zonies are pretty nice for the price and can get them in whatever connector you want ($18 on amazon with a coupon $15ish from linsoul)
FatDoi
179
Apr 14, 2021
finally a good deal from drop
FrobroX
17
Apr 14, 2021
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_dHiV6ilR0 Was interested in these after watching Joshua Valour's video. Still haven't cracked into any IEMs yet. Really just looking for a good neutral one, so this pair might not be the one for me.
lumpiestpoon3
10
Apr 22, 2021
Ah, sorry for the confusion. What I meant to say is that the A4000 specializes in soundstage, while the Mangird Tea specializes in imaging. I think the Tea would have more detail retrieval but the soundstage is certainly smaller. If you want something that's a jack of all trades, Blessing 2 has better-than-average soundstage, good imaging, and a flawless tonality.
zerokdegree
4
Apr 22, 2021
Ohhh I see! Thank you for the clarification!
biff123
6
Apr 14, 2021
First