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T-Peos H-200 Reviews

H20Fidelity

T-PEOS H-200 - 3 Way Hybrid Earphone (Welcome The Changes)

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Pros: Balanced Signature, Clarity, Versatility, Value, Mic Cable

Cons: Isolation could be better, Soundstage could be wider (read on to find out)

Shin-woo Tech who recently changed their name to T-PEOS has brought us a new product inherit of their H-100 last year. Their new Triple Hybrid called H-200 has been redesigned from the ground up, undergone extensive tuning before finally reaching the hands of selected reviewers on Headi-Fi. I was excited to hear this release was finally underway wanting to hear what changes had been made, also to see if T-Peos have indeed corrected previous issues with their earlier model, it appears they certainly have which should please a much wider audience. H-200 welcomes us with a brand new signature leaning much more towards balance and audiophile territory. Specs: Driver Unit : Double Balanced...
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JoeDoe

This is What a Flagship Should Be

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Pros: Clarity, Build, Liquid Sound, Accessories

Cons: Sibilance at Time, Soundstage, Driver Flex

I'll admit that I was a skeptic at first. My go to universals for the last 4 months have been the GR07 BEs. They hit way above their price point so I haven't really been looking for an upgrade. A few weeks ago I came into a pair of Sony MDR 7550s which were traded for the H200s more out of boredom than interest. Well, the H200s surprised me.   I've been A/Bing them against the BEs for the last week and the T Peos have finally won out. Even though their soundstage is pretty minimal, the payoff in clarity and SQ is more than enough to make up for it.   Here's the rundown:   Treble: Very detailed (think TF10), a touch rolled off at the extremes, prone to mild sibilance,...
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TheGame21x

Jack of All Trades

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Pros: Great build, Excellent bass, Good midrange

Cons: Coherence issues, Treble peak, Deep null at 6.5KHz

  I'd to thank the folks at T-PEOS for sending me a sample of the H200 for review.   The promise of the hybrid earphone is to offer a best of “both worlds” solution between the two most common types of earphone transducers, dynamic (moving coil) drivers and balanced armatures, offering the clarity and precision of balanced armatures with the natural resonance and, well, dynamic bass a dynamic driver can provide. One of the earliest consumer hybrids was the Ultimate Ears Super.Fi 5 EB, an earphone that, while not without its faults, was proof that the concept could work in practice. Fast forward a few years and now there are a number of hybrid earphones on the market...
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kimvictor

T-PEOS H-200

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Pros: Very good clarity and bass impact

Cons: Soundstage and Dip and Peak

About myself: http://www.head-fi.org/t/674373/story-of-a-new-reviewer-kimvictor   So, as I promised on H-200 tread, I'm writing a review on the H-200. H-200 has been controversial because some claim it to be the greatest thing ever created, while some say they don't measure well. These are my impressions on them. I'll start with a pic.   Priced at around 230,000won, or roughly $200USD, it is a very good iem. However, availability is limited. Also, pricing in US and countries besides Korea is rather high. They are still worthy of the cost imo.   H-200 is a 3 way hybrid design iem, with a dynamic driver for bass, and a TWFK for mid and treble. Considering that other...
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