More than just candy for your eyes, Moonrock elevates your overall music enjoyment with Moshi Audio's acoustically tuned driver units that effortlessly render crisp highs and balanced mids and bass. 0;The in-ear design coupled with our proprietary hybrid-i
Transducer unit: XR715 two way DynaDuo™ driver (15mm woofer + 7mm tweeter) Cavity/housing: steel alloy Sensitivity: 100 +/- 3dB @ 1kHz Frequency response: 10 - 25,000Hz (-10dB @ 1kHz) Impedance: 24 Ω Ear-coupling type: loose-fit silicone Noise isolation (passive): N/A In-line control: 3-button controls with mic Cable length: 1.2m symmetrical y-split
“ IMPORTANT: this review must be read from the top till you reach the bottom of this thread. the review is made with updates, certain changes due to mental and iem burn in. please bear some time to understand the feelings and the experience WE want to share. may we find happiness to this journey. most of my reviews are all the same... i know you all guys find it kinda...” --pinoyman
Featuring Moshi Audio's latest XR9 extended bandwidth drivers, Vortex Pro offers an audiophile auditioning experience so engaging, that you will want to listen to your favorite songs all over again. The 9mm ultra high definition XR9 drivers deliver clean, natural and agile sound over a much wider frequency range with exceptional soundstage and depth. On the other end of the equation is...
“ "The TDK BA100: Like Beige Wallpaper, But..." ...I Like Them! I have all of about 4 hours of listening time with these headphones, but I don't think I need more to justify my thoughts. They are BA (balance armature) drivers so burn-in is not a factor. For this test I used my iPod Classic (no external amp and no EQ adjustments). Many, many different...” --SoulSyde
“TDK IE800 VS. BA200 IE800 $40-90 (Discontinued by manufacturer) BA200 $55-120 (Discontinued by manufacturer) (on Head-fi, Ebay, and Amazon) Some have even found these at Ross and TJ Maxx for $10-20. Packaging: Pretty much the same packaging for both IEM’s. If both packages were side-by-side, you’d probably have to read the labels pretty carefully to...” --aiaosu
The Live Tuning model is designed to intensify live recordings, rock and Latin music. It is compatible with high treble sounds and enhances ‘live’ music for an immersive music experience. The earphones in TDK's CLEF-P series feature the same high-quality aluminum construction that also adds to the overall ruggedness of TDK's design. Sound wise, these models come with an...
“When i bough these i had no id'ea how they would sound. I read some reviews but it is a iem that was flying under the radar and kind of hide in the shadow of the BA200 which is TDK's flagship ( was, i think it´s discontinued ) All plastic build, feels solid but not expensive. They do have a great fit and can be used both with deep or shallow insertion and a various amount of...” --Arvan
“These IEMs received quite a hype in the forum, with lots of Canadian head-fiers saying wonders about them for the price. As I found these on ebay for 12 euros (10 dollars more or lesss), I gave them a try. The first reaction was the fit. It is just perfect for my ears. I believe it is due to the angled nozzle. They hold in incredibly well and are among the most comfortable IEMs I've...” --Mellowship