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Probably not the smartest way to go about it, but I read the reviews for the T2 then ordered the T2pros without reading the reviews for that model. During the long wait for the drop, I started reading all these reviews about sibilant and/or horrifyingly boosted treble. Making matters worse, a drop for the t3's showed up a few days after my order. I figured that I'd made a mistake, but it was just a $36 mistake. After all, I'd ordered these as an alternative to my 1More Triple Drivers, not as main earphones.
They arrived a little late due to the weird handoff between Fed Ex to USPS: it took 2 days to get from 4 states away, then sat for 3 days about 40 miles away from where I live.
I've listened now for several hours and have been pleasantly surprised. There is a treble boost with the t2 pros, but it does serve a purpose: it opens up the imaging. Frankly, if I listen at very loud volumes, they can be irritating. Here's the thing though, I generally listen at moderate to loud volumes and the treble boost actually seems to enhance the detail and gives these a more open sound than the 1Mores. They pair particularly well with the Ear Studio bluetooth receiver. If you really hate the treble, the Ear Studio software includes a good quality equalizer. I'd say for classical, folk, or acoustic jazz, I'd definitely recommend these at $36. Maybe because they're new, I prefer them to the 1mores and I find that I can listen to music for longer stretches of time. I'm a little less sure about amplified music, if you like loud.