Toneking Lucifer IEM
Toneking Lucifer IEM
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Product Description
In the latest generation of its flagship Lucifer line, Toneking has elevated the IEM listening experience with cutting-edge hardware and natural acoustics. Inside, the Lucifer features a newly developed double-layer plant-fiber diaphragm driver for heightened sensitivity and lush detailing Read More
The Devil’s in the Details

In the latest generation of its flagship Lucifer line, Toneking has elevated the IEM listening experience with cutting-edge hardware and natural acoustics. Inside, the Lucifer features a newly developed double-layer plant-fiber diaphragm driver for heightened sensitivity and lush detailing. Careful tuning blends each detail within a balanced sound profile that’s precisely sibilance-controlled to eliminate harshness. Encasing the drivers, a solid wood shell enhances each earbud’s natural resonance while giving the Lucifer a premium feel. Rounding out the design, a 6N OCC braided cable ensures stable signal transmission and tangle-free listening. 

Specs
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  • Drivers: 10 mm dynamic drivers with plant-fiber diaphragm
  • Sensitivity: 111 dB SPL / mW
  • Frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • Input impedance: 17 ohms
  • Distortion rate: ≤ 0.1% (1 kHz)
  • Channel balance sensitivity: ≤ 1 dB
  • Rated power: 5 mW
  • Connector: 0.78 2 pin
  • Cable type: 6N OCC Braided Cable
  • Cable length: 3.9 ft (1.2 m)
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is June 29, 2020 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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If that's what you choose to believe, then it's sad to say that you are living inside your own bubble. If you actually did considerable research on Toneking that didn't just fit your confirmation bias, you'd realize how wrong your opinions are. But please, do tell me where all the "terrible reviews" are, I'm quite intrigued to read them (as if there were many reviews to begin with). And before you blatantly accuse me as a "Toneking salesman" (LOL!), I'll have you know that I personally (and proudly) own both the Toneking Nine Tail and recently the T88K, which the latter is a hefty $300+ IEM. Again, if you actually did your research on either of these IEMs, you wouldn't be saying claptrap. Granted, there aren't many reviews on these IEMs to begin with, but at the very least read Prime Audio's review on the Nine Tail. And if you still remain skeptical, then read my own review. As for the T88K, they outperform every single IEM I have ever owned in terms of mids. I own the Kanas Pro, Shouer Tape, BGVP DMG, LZ A6, Kbear TRI I3, just to name a few within the $100-250 range, and none of them will ever reach the resolution or realism that the T88K's mids offers. The Nine Tail's mids are the same story, only that they lack the resolution from the T88K. I have not done a review for them yet, but Joker's review pretty much sums up my sentiments. Really, pretty much all Toneking IEMs have highly competent mids. That is their forte and their primary selling point. If you buy a Toneking IEM, you are buying for its sweet luscious mids. The only exception to that is their planar IEM. And as for QC, well I'd hate to break it to you but you can't expect perfect QC on any chi-fi IEM. The Shouer Tape for sure was notorious for bad QC. If anything, the only bad thing about Toneking IEMs are its reliance on MMCX plugs. They should've ditched that shoddy interface and opted for a 2-pin connection instead. Other than that, they are as premium-ly built as any other resin-shell IEM of a similar price range. In conclusion, you are wrong. Sure, you can make the old "sound is subjective!" argument, but at least I am coming from real experience with two Toneking IEMs. What experience do you have with Toneking? Judging by your other recent comment, I am guessing none.