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Thieaudio Legacy 2 IEM

Thieaudio Legacy 2 IEM

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The Thieaudio Legacy 2 carries the pedigree of dual-driver earphones, delivering a well-rounded, precisely tuned response across the spectrum. That’s because each driver is tuned to focus on one specific part of the spectrum—rather than overextended across the low- and high-end Read More
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vybewolf
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Nov 19, 2021
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Confortable and great
Sound great for most music
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Papptona
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Sep 17, 2021
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Hello Harmon curve
I have the Thiraidio legacy: 3’s, 5’s, 9’s and the monarchs. I guess you could say I’m a bit of a fan. I wasn’t really sure what to expect with the 2’s but I was pleasantly surprised. The 2’s are pretty neutral. If you have the 3’s you could probably skip these, they’re similar in sound signature but you lose the tuning option. These aren’t going to blow your socks off, but they’re not supposed to. for budget friendly IEMs in the 100 dollar price range there’s a lot of competition, but the legacy 2’s stand out. Thieaudio seems to have it figured out at every tier.
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Waymar69
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Sep 8, 2021
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Very Nice.
Comfort, clarity, and range are all great.
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Epoche000
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Aug 14, 2021
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Beautiful design and solid tuning with Thieaudio bass on a budget.
<Overall Weighted: 6/10> Design: 7/10. Simply Beautiful. Has a mixture of cyan color on the face plate, and the rest of the unit is semi-transparent resin. Silver cable with white and blue mixture reminds me of TRI Starsea, but the colors are brighter and lighter. The design almost reminds me of an accessory ear piece you'd put on to color coordinate when you are out on a beach on a summer day. Accessories: 9/10.
  • Great cable. Stock cable for this receiver is much better than that for Legacy3. Does not tangle easily. Light, but feels solid. Arguably the best stock cable I've seen for any IEM under $150. Even better than the famous Fiio FH3's LC-3.5 cable or TIN HIFI T3's stock cable.
  • Average selection of tips that brings out more than 90% of the IEM's potential. Blue IEM carrying case for the color coordination with the IEM (Same size as the case for SIMGOT EN700 Pro). You simply do not need to spend another dollar to work these to their limit and enjoy them.

Bass: 7/10. Solid bass with clean transient. The bass extends decently and the frequency does not bleed out, leaving what is a exciting and enjoyable low ends. Overall bass does not dissolve or scatter, but it definitely does not feel refined like A&K T8IE (but then, those are discontinued and 12 times the price of these). Price considered, I find it hard pressing to find a bass better than this below $100. Mid: 6/10 Good vocal presentation. No instrument will overpower the vocals, but some female vocals may stand out when the mixture gets too complexed with multitude of instruments. Overall a very balanced and well tuned midrange a for warm IEM under $100. Treble: 6/10 Solid attack on treble as well. While you may or may not notice too much depending on the song, there is a roll-off - and a rather sharp one for that matter. Still, Legacy 2's treble is definitely not fatiguing. At the end of the day, it's unimpressive but not a deal breaker. Fit: 9/10. The cable has comfortable and light ear guide that doesn't bother you. Unit itself reminds me of Kinera Freya, but smaller. If you get the right size for the tip, they will fit very well. Isolation: 6/10. By the virtue of hybrid IEM with DD, they have a vent so that eats into the isolation. I'd say if you have a good seal on the tips you won't be bothered too much with the passive noise canceling. Sound Stage: 5/10. What you would expect from sub $100 IEMs - unimpressive but does not get too crowded until you face something complexed. Overall image will be compressed into what I call "Monitor Screen Sound Stage." If you have a 27 inch monitor in front of you, imagine all the sounds distancing themselves and moving around in a plane as large as your monitor. Resolution: 6/10. Surprisingly decent resolution for this price. I say this especially because of the cohesiveness you get form the overall display of the music. Of course, if you've listened to the song with your monitoring IEMs that presents the details to a T, you will notice that Legacy 2 misses some of them. In terms of detail retrieval, Legacy 2 is like Sparknote - you may miss what's on page 102 of the book, but you won't go without noticing anything that contributes heavily to the essence of story. Recommendations ----------------- Buy If:
  • You want a pretty everyday IEM
  • You like clean and fast transient without exaggerated slam.
  • You have bright IEM and want to try something more warm.
  • If you want decently resolving IEM for vocal focused music.
  • If you don't want to regret spending $100 on an IEM. This is a safe tuning.
Don't Buy If:
  • You listen to music that includes complicated presentation of layered audio information. (You'd probably want to go for a bit pricier IEM with better technical ability, like the DROP + JVC HA-FDX1 DUAL CARBON IEM that is selling for $175. holy $&!t)
  • If you care a lot about the resolution of the music throughout all frequency range. (Again, get something more expensive.)
  • If you want a strong passive noise canceling and isolation (Get BA only IEMs with no vent, or Shure SE215)
  • If you don't like the color blue.
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quicklytoo4
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Jul 25, 2021
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Chifi is making their higher tier products irrelevant
As far as I can tell these are just a L3 with more impactful low end but a slightly more jank cable. When I first got them there were a couple moments I thought they had a harshness to them but after a few days burning in haven't experienced that again. If drop keeps up the $20 of rewards on these they are a great deal as it's then technically competing with the Aria's which are just Starfields with a better cable not sure why these companies are destroying their own product hierarchy but if it lets us get better for less than by all means keep it up
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joeftan
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Jul 25, 2021
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Excellent tuning, with very good technicalities!
Well worth the price! So far, I like it more than the Legacy 3. The tuning just sounds “right” to me, with no unusual characteristics or coloration to get accustomed to. Beryllium bass is well defined and potent, as usual. The overall sound is remarkably natural IMO, even with having a BA.
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Shay-Dee
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Jul 23, 2021
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GOD TIER
There isn't much to say. These just sound godly. The treble does roll off, but I was still amazed as someone who is more into that brighter sound signature. I got zero regrets about buying them.
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