Linsoul Nymph IEM Cable

Linsoul Nymph IEM Cable

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A quality cable is the next step to finding the perfect sound on your IEM. New from Linsoul, the Nymph IEM cable consists of 8 strands of 22awg 5N OCC single crystal copper, which is plated with 12 cores of silver and 7 cores of graphene coating, all of which are welded and braided in accordance with directionality Read More
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QandX
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Apr 28, 2021
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Not bad
A very cost-effective IEM cable. Good build quality, stable sound.
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ahmadulhoq
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Apr 25, 2021
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Great build quality, sounds louder and bass is boosted than stock A12t
Using with my A12t + M15, with 4.4m balanced. The moment I put it on I could feel the bass is boosted. Although it's boosted in a good way, I don't like it as I'm not a basshead. The quality of the cable is amazing btw, I would prefer a right angle connector though.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
NEXONUS
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Apr 4, 2021
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A Review of the Tangibles
Instead of pretending I noticed any notable improvement going from the Thieaudio EST cable to this on my Thieaudio Clairvoyance, I'll go over the physical aspects of the cable itself. I only bought these because the EST is so stiff. Oh, and BLING, I guess. Appearance: Exactly like what the photos would suggest: very pretty. Touch & Feel: Smooth and firm but not rubbery. Not the most pliable cable (mostly by virtue of its thickness), but not stiff either. One very important quirk about the Nymph that the photos don't seem to convey well is its sheer girth. This thing is T H I C C. The thickest IEM cable I have ever seen. Weight: Heavy, and very noticeably too. This is the biggest deal breaker (if the price didn't scare you off already). To make things worse, the chin slider is metal, and it swings back & forth while walking, which makes noise. It's heavy to the point where I'm worried about the longevity of the connectors (both on the cable and IEM) because of all the unnecessary strain brought by the extra weight. Cable Noise: Present, but not very noticeable. Now, there are many reasons why a cable would make noise. These make noise because they're so damn heavy (seeing a trend here?). Movement causes chin slider to swing, swinging transfer energy to your IEM, and BAM, noise. It's not loud, but it gets in the way of headbanging, and that's a crime. Comfort: A mixed bag. Oddly enough, the weight doesn't make it so that the ear hooks hurt because the cable is thicker (so better weight distribution). However, to say that my ears aren't being weighted down would be lying. Verdict: there are plenty of good cables out there; ones that don't make you feel like being shackled from your ears downwards. Buy something else.
zachmal1
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Mar 12, 2021
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Stout w/ sonic clarity
It is my experience that this cable pairs very nicely with my OnePlus 8 Pro, the TC35B, and the TINHiFi P1's. Already having ordered the TINHiFi P1's, I ordered this just in case the stock cable was an under-performer, like other TINHiFi IEM cables I've experienced. As this was the case, I'm quite happy to have this much more stout, solid, sonically clear cable. A recommended addition to a music lover's kit!
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MaverickAH
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Mar 2, 2021
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Immediate improvement!
Pertinent info: 0.78 2-pin with 3.5mm termination. Fairly light with a tight weave. Dirt & weather-proof. Wonderful case! I going to be honest. I originally ordered these more as a color matching thing for my Clear Tune Monitors VS-3 iem's. I didn't think that any cable would offer significant sound improvement. Boy, was I wrong! These cables immediately gave me better clarity, better soundstage & better imaging. The VS-3's are tuned to give an old school tube-like 60's type of sound. The Nymph cable took some of that away but I'm not mad at it! I'm loving the tightening of the bass response & the bit of extra "air" this cable is providing. The cable does seem to raise the noise floor on my main rig which is a clear indicator of providing more upper frequency energy. I will see if it settles down with any burning in. At this point I would say that this is a wonderful cable but I'd be careful in regards to iem matching. If your iem is already on the bright side, this cable might provide too much energy in those regions. If your iem is on the warmer side of things & you want a bit more air & clarity, this is your cable.
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TheRequiem
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Feb 20, 2021
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Awesome cables for the price
These remind me of a good quality litz cable and these are a fraction of the cost.
Loquah
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Feb 19, 2021
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Very impressed for the price
I bought this to see what the graphene coating would do to the sound (if anything). I really like the bulky design, but that's just me - I love the Tin P2 and BGVP DM8 cables too. As for quality and sound, the cable feels great, seems will made (2-pin, 2.5mm plug version) and sounds fantastic too with my 64Audio U12t. It seems to bring the mids forward really nicely - very enjoyable.
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Disappointedcus
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Feb 11, 2021
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Ridiculous
Drop cso by the name of David refuse return/refund the product even though there is multiple report saying that the IPX connection would damage the IEM. He indicating that the product is not defective on arrival, does it mean that to prove that the product is defective I will need to plug it in and damage my iem in order to deem it as defective? Which Drop would not take responsibility on the damaged iem as well. Bad after sales service would not recommend Drop to anyone.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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Ivabign
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Feb 12, 2021
Sorry to hear that Drop will only refund after you damage your IEM - I imagine that any electronic form of payment - credit card or PayPal - will allow you to dispute the charge if you supply documentation supporting the threat the cable poses your expensive headphones. It is unacceptable that you have to roll the dice to see if the cable just might not destroy your IEMs. You have options when a vendor stonewalls.
Disappointedcus
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Feb 12, 2021
Thanks for the suggestions! Will call the bank and see what they say. Luckily this is not a big sum of money imagine the disastrous support if someone brought expensive items over here.
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musikaladin
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Feb 7, 2021
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Highly recommended
Just right in any aspect. I am using it with a SE846. Most important, it is neutral, doesn’t prefer any frequency range and by that sounds just natural. Also a pleasure to touch and to look at...
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Abazeesh
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Feb 6, 2021
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BEWARE!!!
Ordered the IPX/T2 version, and there was a loud pop on insert. Sound was intermittent with the cable, and when I went back to the stock Linum SuperBax cable, there is no sound. The IPX/T2 connection on these is somehow different enough from the standard spec that these WILL break your custom IEM sockets!!!!!!
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Abazeesh
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Feb 8, 2021
That’s a real problem. Part of the responsibility of running a business for profit is stepping up when you cause harm to the customer. They should handle it and take it up with Linsoul.
Ivabign
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Feb 8, 2021
To be honest, I couldn't understand it. Drop has a relationship with a number of manufacturers - especially Ultimate Ears. They could have got ahead of this, done the right thing and created loyal customers - now it is somewhat obvious what they think of us. We are on our own.
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