Well, all I can say is I definitely don't share enthusiasm for the T-F10.
It is utterly incohesive. The bass, mid, and treble drivers integrate very poorly with one another. The treble, in particular, sounds totally detached from the rest of the music. It's 'splashy' & 'tinselly' to my ears "tsst, tsst, tsst" etc. The comply tips slightly take the edge off the treble but, unsurprisingly, are unable to conjure any improved realism.
That poor treble makes music sound unconvincing and downright 'synthetic'.
I've been looking to upgrade my aging Denon ACH-700s, but, in spite of their imperfections, comparing the 700s alongside the T-F10s, the 'synthetic' sound of the T-F10s is startlingly apparent. The 700s sound FAR more fluid and organic in all frequencies, and the (NOT exaggerated) bass kicks the T-F10s into next week (note that I'm not a bass-head).
It's the treble, though, which stands out to me as unacceptably unrealistic.
How on earth these are so enthusiastically discussed on Head-fi bewilders me.
Well, these T-F10s are going straight back to Amazon on Tuesday...