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I bought these some time ago, for me they're balanced sounding, slightly mid-focused. They don't have that "wow" factor than most v-shaped headphones have these days, they lack sub-bass rumble and treble brightness, but they sound warm and natural, causing no hearing fatigue at all. Build quality is also great, and the provided tips too (even foam tips, usually crappy, but those are almost Comply-level).
My only complain is the fit, it can be challenging for me due to the big housing and wide & short nozzle. With foam tips it's a bit easier, but I've tried a lot of silicone tips and couldn't get a good fit, YMMV. BTW, I usually make use of the L size tips, so this problem might be even worse if your ear canal is narrower, IDK.
Overall, great balanced IEMs but fitting for me is challenging. For this price, these are a steal if you're looking for a balanced sound. Bassheads or treble-focused audiophiles, look elsewhere (KZ ZS6 or ZS10 might be your best bet in this price range).
treble isn’t lacking at all
its one of the most well extended in a budget IEM.Some may even find it a bit too much.
they aren’t really that warm sounding according to me but really neutral
I gave them another quick hearing, they're not too warm, yep. But they sound "natural" compared to other warm v-shaped headphones (KZ anyone?).
Yeah pretty natural sounding