I always wanted to create a thread dedicated to all of T-Peos products.
This thread will be free to flow naturally and talk about any T-Peos products in terms of impressions, comparisons, etc.
I am not being paid by T-Peos but I have received a good amount of different products for auditioning and reviewing from them within the past year. I felt very privileged and will be forever grateful for those opportunities. I have been writing most of my reviews in my limited Korean language skills for Korean audiophile sites but would like to put in some more effort in writing and posting them in English here at head-fi.
For those who don't know, T-Peos is a Korean micro-speaker r&d company which went under the company name of SWP Shinwoo Electronics. They went into the earphone business April of 2012 and established their brand name in March 2013 releasing an impressive range of dynamic, ba, and hybrid in-ears. On average, they have been releasing a new product every 2 months, developing each product in half the time it normally takes for most audio companies. They are known in Korea for their unique sound signature and cost effective products. Their aim is to deliver great sound at the lowest consumer price possible and although I have received more T-Peos products than I have actually purchased, I really do feel that this is their aim with each T-Peos product I have experienced.
H-100 II (1 DD + 1 BA)
Black & White (1 DD + 1 BA)
Here are some preview pics of the newly released Altone series here in Korea. I am yet to know if they plan to release these overseas. I apologize for not updating this in a while.
To make things a bit more clear...
Altone 150 - Name was changed from Altone 100 to Altone 150 to avoid confusion I'm guessing. I will explain later. The Altone 150 is a single 8.6mm dynamic driver iem.
Altone 250 - This is where a lot of the confusion is. The original Altone 200 talked about here on head-fi could be seen as a prototype to the prototype? Like a pre-prototype for the Altone 350. The Altone 250 is a totally different product. Before, they named this double hybrid the Altone 200 here in Korea. Since this will confuse people with the triple hyrbid Altone 200 released overseas, I'm assuming they renamed this one to Altone 250. Once again, The Altone 250 was renamed from Altone 200 but this is not the same as the one released overseas last year. This is a double hybrid featuring a Knowles ED single ba and a 10mm dynamic driver.
Altone 350 - This one can be seen as the revised version of the Altone 200 released overseas since it is a triple hybrid featuring two TWFK ba drivers and a single 10mm dynamic driver. It is the flagship of T-Peos. Previously, it was called the Altone 300 but hence all the confusion, I'm assuming was renamed to the 350. I was told by T-Peos that the 350 were a revised version of the previous flagship, H-300. They have considered the feedback of it's users and have retuned it's drivers and came out in a new attractive design as the Altone 350.
The Altone 150, 250, 350 are all detachable and are able to take other cables that T-Peos sells. I am aware that there are aftermarket cables seen on other threads. Compatible with H-300, H-200 cables.
I hope this clears up some of the confusion.
Edited by jonyoo - 2/24/15 at 7:04pm