Why don't you use balanced armatures instead of tiny dynamic drivers ?
I know this question was not intended for me, but I would like to say I am happy they are using dynamic drivers. In my experience, a single primary dynamic driver can give a better combination of bass and treble, with good separation of lows , mid and highs, than a single BA can. When in the natural stereo sound mode, this IEM will be using one driver as the single primary driver (R or L) and the second driver will be presenting sound from the opposite side. Seems to me that really good dynamic drivers could provide a better range and a more natural sound quality than BAs...
The dynamic drivers which we are currently using have better cost and performance ratio, and of course, it sounds great!
Yes, i think too... i recently use some old dynamic driver CIEM instead of my BA multi driver CIEM and the imaging was more coherent and the sound more natural for some types of music.
So, tell us how they work and sound... Can you use them with a portable DAP? and if so, how do you plug them in with 2 plugs? Thanks.
Coupled to the DAP with a Y conector and a DIY channel inverter.
It's not a LEAR product... and it will not sound as it.
The first listen exhibit a fun widened stereo effect.
So, maybe LEAR will bring you on as a consultant??? Enjoy your DIY. You don't have to answer, but did you happen to invest in the LEAR NSS? Thanks for sharing your DIY...
I'm not going to analyse a product that i never heard BUT... totally amazed to see that an IEM builder working on HTRF.
IEM HTRF is very specific and unknown on this forum... it's pleasant to see this effort from LEAR.
Sorry... i forgot to plug my DIY channel inverter or my first test.
This is not a widened stereo effect at all !