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post #91 of 1160
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Yes!

 

:gs1000smile:

Interesting... And they even have a IE80/IE8 clones at 27$

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.15.AqsFDM&id=26466824076

post #92 of 1160
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They sound un-be-f4ck1n-lievable...

 

:gs1000smile:

:beerchug:

:L3000:

 

Review is coming up today or tomorrow.

 

Nice! Another hidden gem. Can't wait to see the review :).

 

At least if I buy a pair I won't have to look at them as they will be in my ears constantly...

post #93 of 1160
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Originally Posted by pokenguyen View Post
 

Interesting... And they even have a IE80/IE8 clones at 27$

http://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a230r.1.14.15.AqsFDM&id=26466824076

They have IE80 and IE800 versions, but they are not tuned to sound like the originals - so what's the point?

post #94 of 1160

In the presence of ie800 a + copy I have already heard, I think the appearance is good, but the unit did not achieve what I want. In fact in China is not secret, a lot of people to use public housing assembly. Like a computer, according to his be fond of to improve. Culture has already begun gaining favor in line. Like lego production headphones is very interesting. Because of this poisoning first!

post #95 of 1160

BenF pls do post the review today! :)

post #96 of 1160
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TinGo TG-38S review:

 

They have the best build quality, far superior to Blox/Dasetn models.

They are the most beautiful too, with a gorgeous silver color:

 

As for the sound quality, it sounds a lot like Dasetn M1 - very clear mids and highs, no sibilance.

M1 could sometime (rarely) sound lispy on female vocals, TG-38S never does.

The mids are a bit warmer than M1, but not as warm as M760.

Vocals can be very emotionally involving.

The most important improvement is in the bass - it is the tightest and punchiest bass I ever hear.

Soundstage is huge.

Basically, TG-38s reminds a lot Havi B3 Pro in an earbud form and at 1/4 the cost.

 

My current earbud ratings are TG-38S > M760 > M1 >= ANV3SE > ANV3 > M2C > M3

Or in terms everyone can understand 16$ > 26$ > 15$ >= 100$ > 70$ > 50$ > 13$

 

M760 does have an ace up its sleeve though - it is a piano king, no other earbud/IEM does piano the way it does.

Worth buying just for the piano music.

 

Best place to buy TG-38S is here at 16$ with free worldwide shipping:

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Croons-tingo-tg-38s-earbud-earphones-pk-mx985-a8-hifi-balanced/1428384889.html

Fedex shipping is quite cheap, can save you a few weeks.


Edited by BenF - 4/26/14 at 6:16pm
post #97 of 1160

Cool!

 

Can I ask how long the cord is? Is it tangle free? Do you get any feedback noise from it when it rubs on your clothes?

 

What is the quality like of all the connections, especially the 3.5mm jack? 

 

Did you order just one or more? Do they all sound as good?

 

Did you need to burn them in?

post #98 of 1160
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Originally Posted by BenF View Post
 

TinGo TG-38S review:

 

They have the best build quality, far superior to Blox/Dasetn models.

They are the most beautiful too, with a gorgeous silver color:

 

As for the sound quality, it sounds a lot like Dasetn M1 - very clear mids and highs, no sibilance.

M1 could sometime (rarely) sound lispy on female vocals, TG-38S never does.

The mids are a bit warmer than M1, but not as warm as M760.

Vocals can be very emotionally involving.

The most important improvement is in the bass - it is the tightest and punchiest bass I ever hear.

Soundstage is huge.

Basically, TG-38s reminds a lot Havi B3 Pro in an earbud form and at 1/4 the cost.

 

My current earbud ratings are TG-38S > M760 > M1 >= ANV3SE > ANV3 > M2C > M3

Or in terms everyone can understand 16$ > 26$ > 15$ >= 100$ > 70$ > 50$ > 13$

 

M760 does have an ace up its sleeve though - it is a piano king, no other earbud/IEM does piano the way it does.

Worth buying just for the piano music.

 

Best place to buy TG-38S is here at 16$ with free worldwide shipping:

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Croons-tingo-tg-38s-earbud-earphones-pk-mx985-a8-hifi-balanced/1428384889.html

Fedex shipping is quite cheap, can save you a few weeks.

1.How is the cable? Is it flexible? Does it retains bends?

2.How much bass (quantity) those have over the M2C?

3.Is that typical "earbuds bass" amount (relatively less quantity over the rest of the frequency range) even with foams?

4.Does it came with foams?

post #99 of 1160

And here I said to myself I'll order more headphones once I finished moving. In for one with pair of tingo with dasetn.

post #100 of 1160

1. How is the cable? Is it flexible? Does it retains bends?

2. How much bass (quantity) those have over the M2C?

3. Is that typical earbuds "bass" amount (relatively less quantity over the rest of the frequency range) even with foams?

4. Does it came with foams?

 

QC:

Is straight, foams. Focus on resolution, increase the foams can increase the bass!

post #101 of 1160
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Originally Posted by Aitch View Post
 

Cool!

 

Can I ask how long the cord is? Is it tangle free? Do you get any feedback noise from it when it rubs on your clothes?

 

What is the quality like of all the connections, especially the 3.5mm jack? 

 

Did you order just one or more? Do they all sound as good?

 

Did you need to burn them in?


Cable is 1.2M

It's not really tangle free, but it's almost there.

Very little microphonics.

Quality of all the connections is great.

I bought 2, both sound great.

Sounded great right out of the box, burned them anyway. Don't know if it made any difference.

post #102 of 1160

You guys made me curious, but I have been hesitant to order from Dasetn due to the apparent QC inconsistencies.

But seeing as the TG-38S seems to be the even better bud, I just went ahead and ordered a pair from Aliexpress.

Looking forward!

post #103 of 1160
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1.How is the cable? Is it flexible? Does it retains bends?

2.How much bass (quantity) those have over the M2C?

3.Is that typical "earbuds bass" amount (relatively less quantity over the rest of the frequency range) even with foams?

4.Does it came with foams?


1. The cable is great, very little microphonics. It's flexible, doesn't retain bends.

2. Both are quantity and especially quality are greater than M2C.

3. No, it's more of an IEM bass.

4. Yes, 3 pairs and a case. Not sure if it sounds better with or without the foams, you should try it both ways.

post #104 of 1160

Thanks for your appreciations and reviews!
Now, the Tingo TG-38S are in Dasetn.
I bought it, and before I pick even the M1.
After more than one year of hard work, my Yuin PK3 seems to die soon.
I won't spend to much in these earbuds, but I don't want to wear IEMs.
After a bit of research I found this thread, and it was like an oasis.

http://www.dasetn.com/croons-tingo-tg38s-earbud-earphones-pk-mx985-a8-hifi-balanced_p3313.html

This should haven't any problems of QC, because isn't a DIY from their labs.
I buy it from there because of Paypal, and other insurances.
:D

post #105 of 1160
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Originally Posted by Genius95 View Post
 

Thanks for your appreciations and reviews!
Now, the Tingo TG-38S are in Dasetn.
I bought it, and before I pick even the M1.
After more than one year of hard work, my Yuin PK3 seems to die soon.
I won't spend to much in these earbuds, but I don't want to wear IEMs.
After a bit of research I found this thread, and it was like an oasis.

http://www.dasetn.com/croons-tingo-tg38s-earbud-earphones-pk-mx985-a8-hifi-balanced_p3313.html

This should haven't any problems of QC, because isn't a DIY from their labs.
I buy it from there because of Paypal, and other insurances.
:D

 

You should pick up M760 too, it's a great companion to TG-38S, and is unbelievable at piano.

Worst case scenario - they'll send you another one or you'll get a refund.

Isn't Paypal great?


Edited by BenF - 4/26/14 at 6:17pm
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