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Toneking Nine Tail IEM

Toneking Nine Tail IEM

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Product Description
Following in the footsteps of the company's other IEMs, the Nine Tail combines stunning looks with excellent sound. Each ear is outfitted with a single dynamic driver and uses three interchangeable filters on the front and back to produce different combinations of sound signatures Read More

Customer Reviews

(3 reviews)
Jul 17, 2019
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Excellent Sound Profile
As several people in the discussion section mention along with most of the reviews you can find on this OEM knocking around the web these IEMs have a very natural sound to them. Vocals are very clear for both males and females. Bass is excellent. Don't let the odd design deter you from picking these up unless you have very small ears as then there might be fit issues.
Recommends this product? Yes
Nov 10, 2019
IsaacDUpdate: While the sound for these was really beautiful you might notice my use of the past tense in 'was' as the left monitor is basically dead after ~5 months of use. I have tried two different cables so I'm fairly certain that isn't the issue and that it's the actual ear piece that's dead.
Jul 8, 2019
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True Blue
Very fine IEMs. I listened for a while to them as they were sent and liked them quite a lot, and then got around to dealing with the filters ("Nine Tail"). It is all very simple, and effective. The filters (front & back) are color coded champagne, red and blue. It ships ready to go with the champagne filters. I really only listen to acoustic, so I used a recording of Mozart violin concertos on modern instruments with an historically informed interpretation (P Frank, D Zinman, TOZ). The filters sort themselves out immediately: Champagne: V shaped. Red: Strong impactful bass, relatively (slightly) muffled and distant. Everything in its place. Blue: Flat and relatively airy. I immediately liked these. A closer look at the 'back filters' sorts it out further as these are the vent ports and the 'front filters' are the actual filters. The vent ports go blue (fully open) champagne (partially open, 1/2, sounds open but not so airy), and red (pinhole open, sounds closed). So acoustic (blue) likes open and electronic (red) likes closed, and champagne for all-rounder. And the most likely combos are obvious: red filter with red or champagne vent ports, champagne filter with any vent port, and blue filter with blue or champagne vent ports. In case you were wondering. Very coherent, likable and even sound. The blue filter is truly flat and nothing sticks out. The reviews that say the 9 Tail is weighted to the bass are in error, it is so only if you want it to be so. lexs, Wb650 and ShakyJake are spot-on. A real nice listen, and great for acoustic. I don't know if Drop will be offering this again as it seems that myself and 4 or 5 other lucky people got it, but I certainly think it deserves another go.
Recommends this product? Yes
Sep 2, 2019
HeadCaseyMDThanks a ton for the description of the filters. I got one recently and was a bit confused with the filters given there are virtually no instructions anywhere. I have the blue - champagne combo and they sound spectacular with a decent headphone amp
Sep 3, 2021
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Sounds good to me although the buds themselves hurt my ears after a while.
Recommends this product? Yes
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