T-Peos H-100 Hybrid IEM H-100KR - price drop SOLD
Will Ship To: Anywhere
Selling a pair of T-Peos H-100KR hybrid earphones. Earphones come with all accessories, as per the photos, including the really nice wooden box and I believe all the ear tips.
These earphones probably saw a good 20-30 hours of regular use until I moved on to other earphones that I had acquired.
These sound quite good, especially if you ever enjoyed the Triple Fi-10 sound. I thought they were quite fun, bringing out both the low end and high's quite nicely. They worked really well with electronic music especially.
Selling them as they don't get much use anymore, and I'm trying to raise funds for more expensive audio gear.
H-100 has a V-shaped sound that is analytically cold mixed with good bass kick and soundstage. Bass reaches down deep and is more abundance in the sub-bass region. Not nearly a bass monster but definitely above neutral. Mid is clean, if not a bit on the drier side of things. Treble is well extended, sparkly, crisp and slightly peaky on the upper vocal region, bright but not considered to be sibilant. Like most V-shaped sounding IEM, soundstage is fairly good, very open-ended but not as great in width and side-to-side positioning. All and all, H-100 is best described as Brainwavz B2 or EXS X20 with sub-bass boost. Beside the extra bass quantity, another obvious difference will be soundstage. As H-100 presentation is noticeably further away than B2 / X20, it gives a more laidback / airier feeling. Those who accustom to the aggressiveness of TWFK based dual drivers might not immediately get used to the same sound signature being pulled away from the front row seat, but there is more to gain that way in my opinion. Those who find H-100 too dry can give the 250Hz region a slight boost, which will help to add a little more texture and forwardness to the overall sound and makes vocal more appealing. But as it is, H-100 is great for those who are already bass boosting analytical IEM, and trying to find a balance between accuracy and enjoyability. A V-shaped sound is traditionally not the most popular of sound signature, and the more extreme H-100 is probably more so. But for those who do like a colder V-shaped sound, H-100 will be one of the top choices, filling some of the void left by the discontinued Triple.Fi 10.
Anyway, shipping is free for those from the States, international buyers pay shipping.
Paypal fees are on the buyer.
Edited by Carlsan - 9/26/13 at 10:13pm