Tipsy Dunmer Pro IEM
Tipsy Dunmer Pro IEM
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Product Description
New from hot audio brand Tipsy, the Dunmer Pro IEM delivers on both looks and sound. An improved version of the popular Tipsy Dunmer IEM, the Pro model features three drivers in each earphone—one 9.2-millimeter graphene dynamic driver and two balanced armatures—for booming bass, fine-tuned treble, and detailed mid frequencies Read More

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antdroid
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Nov 3, 2019
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Here's my honest review of the Tipsy Dunmer Pro that I was sent as a pre-release review to post when this hits Drop. Hope you find it useful in your buying decisions! https://www.antdroid.net/2019/10/tipsy-dunmer-pro-review.html
hameed-ARN
1
Nov 3, 2019
so,they are bright 💔, they look like a bass masterpiece.
silversmith
30
Oct 31, 2019
I can't be the only one who noticed the Elder Scrolls referance.
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PaganD
102
Nov 1, 2019
@silversmith, I think it has been noted a few times just no one really comments. Saying that, when I first heard about the original Dunmer, that did make me smile. Hope you have a great day !
watmough
17
Jan 11, 2020
Lusty Argonian next :)
Aeskulapio
17
Oct 31, 2019
My own thoughts about BGGA: He was the first reviewer that consistently gave us both the music used and the sonic queues that he was searching for to gauge, SQ, treble, mids and bass and how he likes to hear his music. I find this helpful as it allows for individuals to use their own existing equipment to assess how you hear compared to what he is describing. That gives you a level playing field. Both BGGA and Zeos hype equipment, and my take is that it's from a love of music and equipment that they really like, they hype. I trust BGGA's ears, though some things that he has recommended haven't been life altering many have been very, very good to excellent. I consider BGGA, within the framework of not knowing him IRL, a friend in the world of music and gear. But obviously hearing is different for different people and any individuals mileage may vary. Long story short, having spent time to understand what he listens to and what queues he uses to evaluate sound reproduction can help you understand whether or not how you hear aligns with the tuning of a piece of equipment. Cheers
Freakshow
10
Oct 31, 2019
Marketing professional: "Sorry, correction: I meant phat beets yo."
phoenixsong
1157
Oct 31, 2019
Booming bass doesn't sound positive :/ Edit: To be clear, the above is not from any reviewer, nor is it what I'm saying about the iem- rather, it is the wording used under the product description itself. Still, your input is appreciated :)
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phoenixsong
1157
Nov 1, 2019
Hi Pagan, that is... A lot of words! I commend you on your dedication :p It's offered some interesting musings, and enabled me to confirm something. Good day!
phoenixsong
1157
Nov 1, 2019
Thanks for the update! I'm now certain that it is not what I seek :)