TONEKING T88K IEM
TONEKING T88K IEM
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The TONEKING T88K is sure to catch the attention of IEM fans, packing eight balanced-armature drivers into each earpiece: something rarely seen at this price point. Arranged in a three-way crossover, these masterfully tuned drivers deliver reference-quality sound with an extended frequency response Read More

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Oct 10, 2019
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I see this is on warehouse for $247. I bought mine used at this price! These are great iems, I just bought an Es100 recently turning it up to another level. The Soundstage is great, definitely the highlight after the great slam and attack at every frequency. Edit: Here I previously mentioned my difficulty enjoying classical and jazz. I realize now that I'm listening simply to these iems too loud. I still think piano comes in and out of the forward staging too much, but this is mainly because of the great dynamics on this iem, when someone pounds on the keys, you'll know. So unfortunately, on some recordings I have to turn the volume down so low it sounds like I'm outside the hall waiting to be seated, but somehow I can hear every detail and stroke of bow on a string and every press of a piano key. (end edit) The subbass is amazing, mid bass is less so than the subbass but still present. I'm currently trying to find a nice copper cable because the lower mids could use a little love, but vocals (upper mids) are the main draw with this iem. There is a small peak around 5k which brings out cymbals are some bell tones. This causes me to turn down the volume sometimes These get a huge recommendation from me for hip-hop, rap music, and surely pop as well. If you love hearing the production on hip-hop tracks with lifelike detail and immersive soundstage, you gotta buy these. Jpegmafia sounds incredible on these, and so does any other eclectic or seemingly unfocused production like some nujabes, dilla, and madlib. I recommend symbios eartips. (the mediums are tio fat for me so I'm using smalls). If you love acoustic music i suggest try to find some decent foam tips which will bring out the double bass and low end on orchestral instruments. At $247 these are a steal, I like them more than the MD+ which has annoying and unnatural subbass. P. S. I'm a profesional violinist and my favorite over ears rn are the hd600
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Oct 10, 2019
Crazyfists
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May 27, 2019
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Any updates on this last drop shipment?
May 27, 2019
aLKayeL
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Jun 1, 2019
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Why have they not shipped out yet?
Jun 1, 2019
sixk
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Apr 17, 2019
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Just got them in. I noticed I got the ones with the holes. Are these the older version and not the newer version?
Apr 17, 2019
sixk
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Apr 30, 2019
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I am no audiophile so my review would not mean much to most. But here is goes. These have more presence than the TFZ King Pro. I feel the sound being more upfront and cleaner. It has a little less bass than the TFZ King Pro. Compared to the UE TF10 the T88K has way more room and less bloomy in the mids. I actually like these but the only problem is the bore is large. I got a pair of the symbio ear tips in medium and it hurts my left ear... my right side is fine. So I have a small pair coming and I might try that to see if it levitates the pain. These are my go to IEM
Apr 30, 2019
Helpbot
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Oct 2, 2019
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I also got symbios, small is definitely the way to go I think. Medium didn't work for me. I love these iems, but they have a strange peak that doesn't work with classic music very well for some reason. Most everything else sounds great. Quite detailed but the Soundstage is the real draw here. Quite deep and wide with a decent amount of bass for a neutral /balanced iem
Oct 2, 2019
ign_denny
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Apr 17, 2019
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Anyone have compared this with ikko oh1 or ibasso it04 ? thank you
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Apr 17, 2019
OdinFK
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Apr 16, 2019
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Do they work well with fast/complex genres such as metal?
Apr 16, 2019
Totalgod
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Apr 11, 2019
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sixk
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Apr 9, 2019
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Sad.... was really wanting to try these out this week... Hopefully we get an update they will ship these out soon
Apr 9, 2019
brownsox
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Mar 15, 2019
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I just picked up the DMG. This a worthy upgrade?
Mar 15, 2019
4eyescreative
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Mar 14, 2019
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I have a set of these that I'm looking to sell. If anyone's interested let me know. No tips, but will come with case standard cable and 2.5mm balanced cable. $250 shipped in the USA.
Mar 14, 2019
Bocky
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Apr 14, 2019
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Hi, I’m interested. How to get in touch?
Apr 14, 2019
4eyescreative
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Apr 14, 2019
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Sorry, but these just sold on reddit. :(
Apr 14, 2019
djeglin
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Mar 12, 2019
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This is probably a *really* stupid question but, I have had a set of TF10 Pros for years now, and I love them dearly. I've never spent any more money on IEMs than that, so this would be a big step for me to take this jump – Just how much of a difference am I going to notice? I am aware that the TF10s have a reputation for recessed mids and, on paper, 8 drivers per ear vs the TF10s 3 seems like it should be a winner in detail and separation. I listen to a real mixture of rock, metal, pop, classical and a few other tracks thrown in for good measure. I'm sure there's a good reason these are so popular, but I'm a little hesitant to take the jump. Thanks for any responses in advance.
Mar 12, 2019
AndeanHD600
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Apr 15, 2019
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All hail the king - TF10. I knew they were gonna stop making them, hence I bought two pairs. Forget 3 vs. 8. TF10 can absolutely hit it out of the park. If you are looking for 8BA chifi, I think you cannot go wrong with Fearless Audio S8 Freedom. Google it.
Apr 15, 2019
dwang040
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Apr 15, 2019
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Aren't the s8 Freedom's much more v shaped? Much more bass and treble heavy compared to the TF10 (judging by frequency response graphs). Might not be a good choice if op is looking for a similar sound signature or something more neutral.
Apr 15, 2019
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I see this is on warehouse for $247. I bought mine used at this price! These are great iems, I just bought an Es100 recently turning it up to another level. The Soundstage is great, definitely the highlight after the great slam and attack at every frequency. Edit: Here I previously mentioned my difficulty enjoying classical and jazz. I realize now that I'm listening simply to these iems too loud. I still think piano comes in and out of the forward staging too much, but this is mainly because of the great dynamics on this iem, when someone pounds on the keys, you'll know. So unfortunately, on some recordings I have to turn the volume down so low it sounds like I'm outside the hall waiting to be seated, but somehow I can hear every detail and stroke of bow on a string and every press of a piano key. (end edit) The subbass is amazing, mid bass is less so than the subbass but still present. I'm currently trying to find a nice copper cable because the lower mids could use a little love, but vocals (upper mids) are the main draw with this iem. There is a small peak around 5k which brings out cymbals are some bell tones. This causes me to turn down the volume sometimes These get a huge recommendation from me for hip-hop, rap music, and surely pop as well. If you love hearing the production on hip-hop tracks with lifelike detail and immersive soundstage, you gotta buy these. Jpegmafia sounds incredible on these, and so does any other eclectic or seemingly unfocused production like some nujabes, dilla, and madlib. I recommend symbios eartips. (the mediums are tio fat for me so I'm using smalls). If you love acoustic music i suggest try to find some decent foam tips which will bring out the double bass and low end on orchestral instruments. At $247 these are a steal, I like them more than the MD+ which has annoying and unnatural subbass. P. S. I'm a profesional violinist and my favorite over ears rn are the hd600