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post #556 of 1411
It's very hard to compare earbuds to iems. Lol. With that being said the zero is a really well done iem that has a warm dark ish sound that would be enjoyable to someone that also enjoys the monk.
post #557 of 1411
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Originally Posted by yacobx View Post

It's very hard to compare earbuds to iems. Lol. With that being said the zero is a really well done iem that has a warm dark ish sound that would be enjoyable to someone that also enjoys the monk.

Thanks for the answer! Any more thoughts folks?
post #558 of 1411
Just get them bro☺
post #559 of 1411
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Originally Posted by leobigfield View Post


Thanks for the answer! Any more thoughts folks?

It's a good earbud especially taking into account its price. I like its bass response. The midrange is on the thicker side, which to me is preferable to a midrange that comes across as "thin" and thus lacking presence. The treble is not shrill, but on the other hand I think the midrange and treble could be tuned to bring out more resolution.

 

So the Zero is in my opinion an earbud that is worth trying out to check if you like its sound signature. I own entry level Audio Technica and Denon earbuds, and I would prefer the Zero when comparing those. At the same time I prefer a sharper tuning so it's really a case of personal preference once again.

post #560 of 1411
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Originally Posted by tkteo View Post
 

It's a good earbud especially taking into account its price. I like its bass response. The midrange is on the thicker side, which to me is preferable to a midrange that comes across as "thin" and thus lacking presence. The treble is not shrill, but on the other hand I think the midrange and treble could be tuned to bring out more resolution.

 

So the Zero is in my opinion an earbud that is worth trying out to check if you like its sound signature. I own entry level Audio Technica and Denon earbuds, and I would prefer the Zero when comparing those. At the same time I prefer a sharper tuning so it's really a case of personal preference once again.


can the zero tackle vocals?

post #561 of 1411
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Originally Posted by tkteo View Post
 

It's a good earbud especially taking into account its price. I like its bass response. The midrange is on the thicker side, which to me is preferable to a midrange that comes across as "thin" and thus lacking presence. The treble is not shrill, but on the other hand I think the midrange and treble could be tuned to bring out more resolution.

 

So the Zero is in my opinion an earbud that is worth trying out to check if you like its sound signature. I own entry level Audio Technica and Denon earbuds, and I would prefer the Zero when comparing those. At the same time I prefer a sharper tuning so it's really a case of personal preference once again.


can the zero tackle vocals?


Hell yea. I found it very pleasant regardless of price even owning mids monsters like the MH334.

post #562 of 1411
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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post


Hell yea. I found it very pleasant regardless of price even owning mids monsters like the MH334.


That is a bold statement....
post #563 of 1411
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Originally Posted by tkteo View Post

It's a good earbud especially taking into account its price. I like its bass response. The midrange is on the thicker side, which to me is preferable to a midrange that comes across as "thin" and thus lacking presence. The treble is not shrill, but on the other hand I think the midrange and treble could be tuned to bring out more resolution.

Have been listening to the Zeros for three days now and 100% agree with your impressions, coming from Fidue A83 then HLSX 808s the Zeros offer a completely different flavor to my ears that has an enjoyable thick sounding warm signature with an addictive full belly bass response , for such a tiny and most comfy IEM they amaze me with their sound quality.. these are the 1st IEMs where I can hear more seperation daily and no longer detect the muddyness and bleeding of bass into mids I noted on day one. . even when going back to the 808s and Fidues to compare . the Zeros despite less resolution in the mids and highs seem to compensate with fuller sub bass , thick as molasses signature with warmth and timber that is increasingly honey-potting my earsdrums.. makes me consider less about getting another IEM and more about getting the Shozy Alien ! Was that the plan all along Shozy? The Zeros are the bait and the Hook is the Alien? Bloody clever business model if thats the case.
Edited by AudioDHD - 5/4/16 at 5:42am
post #564 of 1411
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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post
 


Hell yea. I found it very pleasant regardless of price even owning mids monsters like the MH334.


are you serious O_o

post #565 of 1411
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Originally Posted by yacobx View Post

It's very hard to compare earbuds to iems. Lol. With that being said the zero is a really well done iem that has a warm dark ish sound that would be enjoyable to someone that also enjoys the monk.

I think a good question would to compare the Zero to the Cygnus. Like you said, it is really tough to compare earbuds and IEMs though because some people really prefer the fit and isolation of IEMs. 

post #566 of 1411
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Hell yea. I found it very pleasant regardless of price even owning mids monsters like the MH334.


are you serious O_o


I do personally think the mids is a strong point on the Zero. While it can lack the extra layering and texture that higher end IEMs might get, the mids just sounds smooth and sweet.

 

Well, it is not a MH334 beater of course. But you can do a lot worse with a lot higher end IEMs with their "unique" mid presentations.

post #567 of 1411
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are you serious O_o

 

He didn't say Zero 'owns' MH334 mids.

 

He meant 'even when I own MH334' Zero is quite good'

 

Internet communication breakdown. :smile: 

post #568 of 1411
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post
 

 

He didn't say Zero 'owns' MH334 mids.

 

He meant 'even when I own MH334' Zero is quite good'

 

Internet communication breakdown. :smile: 

ah i see :beerchug:

post #569 of 1411
Vocals are 😱to die for , has weight and realness.
post #570 of 1411
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Vocals are 😱to die for , has weight and realness.


is it organic? i am still waiting for the local distributor to get hold of them for sale

 :beerchug:

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