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Heir Audio Tzar 350s for me?

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hi...  i planing to go for another iem... and i found that  Heir Audio 350s to be a out standing performer when it comes to clarity.. but the issue is im kind of wondering how these IEM's will stack up with my music Preference's.. ( cuz at the end of the day i dnt wanna sell them :p )  i do listen to allot of Drone ambient genres.. such as Post-Dubstep , Post-rock , shoegaze , drone Metal , psy-trance , and etc...

 

and the next thing is... do they have harsh treble?? though im okay with a flat bass response..

 




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I see you have ER-4S in your signature. I would say that if you can get your ears used to the ER-4S with those genres you mention then the Tzar 350 will definitely do the job just as good if not better. Tzar 350 is a bright sounding IEM compared to a lot of other IEM's but I think it is a matter of getting used to that signature. Then you will not be missing anything. 

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great,..  yep i really love the er4s... and glad to knw that it has a similar sound sig .. i might give it a shot at the end of this weekend..

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Be aware that the Tzar 350 is a very picky product, if the recordings are bad, it will let you know it and also be aware the that the Tzar 350 has an impedence of 350 Ohms.  Historically speaking, I don't there there has even been and IEM ever on the market with such a high level of impedance.

 

On the other hand, the cousin Tzar 90 is not as picky, can pack a meatier bass punch, and overall a great IEM as well.

 

 

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