Shuoer Tape Electrostatic IEM
Shuoer Tape Electrostatic IEM
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A combination of cassette-like looks with cutting-edge electrostatic drivers, the Shuoer Tape electrostatic IEM delivers exceptional sound inside of a retro shell. Shuoer’s custom mini electrostatic drivers achieve ultra-low distortion with a quicker frequency response and smooth separation Read More

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ATXBBC
15
Dec 3, 2019
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I have a pair and really like them. They are v-shaped. The highs are incredibly fast and clear. The sub-bass is as prevalent as I would ever want it to be, given you are using foam tips. Fun IEMs for technical listeners who usually prefer neutral but occasionally want some variety while maintaining clarity and imaging.
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Dec 3, 2019
eclein
45
Dec 2, 2019
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No warranty that I see, you folks should read Shuoer thread on head-fi!
Dec 2, 2019
MaverickAH
183
Dec 5, 2019
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The no warranty has me less concerned than that thread. The QC issues are of more concern & the major part of the reason I didn't pull the trigger. I'm waiting on 2 purchases to come in anyway so I'll be satiated for the next couple of months with burn-in & analysis.
Dec 5, 2019
eclein
45
Dec 7, 2019
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They sound incredible but have quite a few sudden driver deaths. I hope its just the first run and an easy fix because I love mine. So far so good....
Dec 7, 2019
Mael
37
Dec 2, 2019
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These look like they might be a good pickup. I currently use a FIIO Olympus 2 and Sennheiser HD598c for audio at work. Though they are a closed can, I don't listen very loudly, and sound gets in. My new neighbor at work is a large boi and constantly coughing and burping and clearing his throat, and it drives me nuts. I have a pair of EDCs, but their low end is underwhelming -- great for pre-bed and on-the-bike listening, but just a little lacking where I want it for 10 hours work days. It seems with the foam tips, these may make a great alternative to the cans with my available DAC/AMP. Anyone have experience with these on a low power AMP?
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Dec 2, 2019
mutealpha
2
Dec 2, 2019
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I got a pair of these through Linsoul not long ago. These sound great and don't require a lot of power. Tried them with my Galaxy S10, Hiby R6 and Apple USB-C dongle. If you decide to get a pair, don't forget to put good tips on them
Dec 2, 2019
mensrea
109
Dec 1, 2019
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These are fantastic. Breaking them in now, but they are technically superior for the price. Foam tips are a MUST. Once you have them in, very, very resolving sound. Mids are intimate and inviting, the highs are crystal clear without sibilance and, the biggest surprise for me, the bass is impactful and tight. I wasn't expecting the bass at all, but it's got thump without being muddy or overwhelming. BUT, keep in mind these are going through some QC issues currently, with drivers blowing out after a few days to weeks usage (the left one in particular). I'm only a few hours in, so fingers crossed. The cable I got had issues with the left MMCX connector right out of the box, so I will be asking for a replacement from Linsoul. I'm currently just using a spare Tripowin C8. Loving these!
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Dec 1, 2019
B1gdee05
129
Dec 2, 2019
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I am currently reading your review whilst listening to Jazz via the Tape iem’s. My set up is the Hiby R6 Pro via the Little bear B4-X (Tube portable amp) and the sound experience is awesome. Yes the Shuoer Tape is exceptional low voltage electrostatic headphone. I really do enjoy them via my current set up.
Dec 2, 2019
lnconel
5
Dec 1, 2019
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Mine arrived today from Linsoul. I'm not an audiophile, but here's my impressions. Initial impressions were lack of bass and washed out mids and sibilant highs. Then I switch to a pair of comply foam tips and the detail and sound stage opened right up. The bass is sharp and punchy and the highs are crystal clear. Vocals are crystal clear. The highs on some tracks can seem sibilant at higher volume...ie: the cymbals on the Joker by Steve Miller...Mids still seem a tad recessed but I'm nitpicking...Amazing sound for the price.
Dec 1, 2019
petukchele
38
Nov 30, 2019
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They are $119 on Amazon
Nov 30, 2019
LaserGuidedSock
153
Dec 2, 2019
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Got a link? Because I only see $129 and they won't be in stock until December 5th
Dec 2, 2019
petukchele
38
Dec 2, 2019
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It's the regular link. For me it shows a $10 coupon on the $129 price. Correct on dec 5th.
Dec 2, 2019
Sibelian
29
Nov 30, 2019
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These are great. In my opinion the main features are detail, imaging, and soundstage. A class above my other iems like the trn v90, bgvp dmg, and kz zs10 pro. I wouldn't call them neutral , they have surprisingly good sub bass rumble but without bloated mid bass. They are a bit bright, with a spike in the upper midrange or lower treble but I don't find them sibilant or harsh. Vocals are clear and don't seem recessed to my ears. CD quality tracks sound great straight from my lg g7 but also benefit from some amplification. Compact and comfortable. Cable is OK but a bit stiff so I replaced it immediately with one that's more supple. Very happy with them, enjoying the music and hearing new things in familiar tracks.
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Nov 30, 2019
TipsyMacScotchslurpen
335
Nov 30, 2019
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Anyone know what size the tube is for the ear tips? I own a couple pairs of Noble Audio IEMs and this would be kinda tempting if it could use the same ear buds I'm already using.
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Nov 30, 2019
DroppyMacDropface
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Nov 30, 2019
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Dekoni Mercury tips fit fine for this, which are 4,9mm i think? And Ikko Planets fit fine as well. Hopefully this gives some sort of idea what to expect. Sorry was not able to help more
Nov 30, 2019
TipsyMacScotchslurpen
335
Dec 1, 2019
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Thanks, that sounds like they would be perfectly compatible. Noble ear buds are 5mm, btw... I should have mentioned that in my first post. Edit: As a matter of fact, they would be perfectly compatible with Noble Audio IEMs if they used 2-pin (0.78mm) connectors, then I could also use the same cables. Alas, I guess one can't ask for everything to be perfect.
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Dec 1, 2019
daehyundtx
33
Nov 30, 2019
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I own these. Bass is very fast, clean and detailed. Mids are technically recessed but instruments are still coherent and smooth. Male vocals are crystal clear. A 3-4khZ bump makes electric guitars and some female vocals a bit shouty and fatiguing at moderately high volume. Highs are Tin P1 level of detailed and aren’t sibilant at all. These will show you what music has been mastered well and what hasn’t. Overall, I think they punch way above their price in sound! They sound fine and get loud enough off my phone but they’re smoother and more comfortable to listen to with more power.
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Nov 30, 2019
Florianski
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Nov 30, 2019
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These are absolutely incredible! Detailed and clear as fuck and bass that has seamingly no roll off at all. Really wide soundstage for an iem and excellent imaging. Just buy them already.
Nov 30, 2019
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