HarmonicDyne P.D.1 IEM

HarmonicDyne P.D.1 IEM

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Building on the success of its Zeus and Helios headphones, HarmonicDyne is back with a hybrid IEM that packs a punch. It’s called the P.D.1, and it’s equipped with a 10-millimeter planar driver and a 10-millimeter dynamic driver to deliver rich audio from each earphone Read More

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yghhger
6
Jul 28, 2021
Sell on a mzon with free shipping http://urlr.me/gQvJt
HARMONICDYNE? More like Cyberdyne! Your tricks can't fool me T-1000; I already made that mistake once with the KZ ZSX, though that one was my fault since the word Terminator was clearly in the name...
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SureSh0t
34
Jul 6, 2021
To add context, I have the KZ ZS10 which is very similar. As soon as I got a TIN T2 I never looked back and 3 IEMs later I've never felt the urge to go back to that piercing, bloated mess. Legitimately unpleasant. Relegated to a time when "good for the money" was shorthand for better than Apple earbuds.
League544
696
Jul 6, 2021
Zs10 has nothing to do with KZ zsx though. KZ ZSX is on another level. It’s like comparing iPhone se to iPhone 12.
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WordsandMusic
107
Jun 14, 2021
I'm glad it comes with an ear tip. I can probably provide the other one myself.
MaverickAH
664
Jun 14, 2021
My thoughts at this point is that everybody is looking to be different & just throwing different technology combos against the wall to see what sticks. I'd be interested in knowing exactly how these were "tuned". I wish that companies would provide more details on crossover points, individual driver frequency response & such.
ajt53
7
Jun 14, 2021
Agreed. I'm just thinking that although the idea sounds interesting, it's a lot of cash to stump up to find out, especially as I'm not in the U.S. and would cost an arm and leg to return them and I can't find any reviews on them yet. Now, if somebody wants to send me a set to try out.... (falls of chair laffing)
"just throwing different technology combos against the wall to see what sticks." This is the behavior that made Chi-fi quite a gamble in the early days... started out as driver count, then DD/BA hybrids were FotM, now it's cheaply made but good looking finish and random driver tech combos.
Indigosummer
146
Jun 14, 2021
Holy Smokes Batman!