Reviews by MD Rohit

MD Rohit

New Head-Fier
7hz Aurora
Pros: •Tribrid Driver Configuration: Combines a dynamic driver, balanced armature drivers, and a planar driver for a comprehensive sound experience.

•Good Quality bass

•Good pouch and ear tips

•good looking and quality full cable

•nice looking face plate

•Technical Performance: Excels in resolving capabilities, soundstage, layering, and separation, making it suitable for detailed listening.
Cons: •Noise isolation could be better

•Potential Sibilance: Some tracks may exhibit slight sibilance, which could be an issue for sensitive listeners.

•Size: The IEMs are not small and may protrude from the ears, which could be a concern for users with smaller ears.
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Driver configuration: one 12 mm composite diaphragm dynamic driver + two custom balanced armature drivers + one 6 mm micro-planar driver
Frequency response: 5 Hz - 40 kHz
Impedance: 30 Ω
Sensitivity: 105 dB/V @ 1 kHz
Cable: 2-pin, 0.78 mm; single-crystal copper cable; 3.5 mm and 4.4 mm modular terminals
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•4 pairs of 7Hz H07 silicone eartips
•3 pairs of long nozzle silicone eartips
•Plastic case for eartips
•Cable terminations for 3.5 mm and 4.4 mm modules
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𝙳𝚎𝚜𝚒𝚐𝚗 𝚊𝚗𝚍 𝚋𝚞𝚒𝚕𝚍 𝚚𝚞𝚊𝚕𝚒𝚝𝚢.
The 7HZ Aurora earphones have a cool design that changes color when you move them around in the light. The inner shell is made of dark 3D printed resin that's light and feels good in your ears. They're not too heavy, so they're comfy to wear. Even though they might stick out a little because of their shape, it's not a problem for me since I have bigger ears.

But, if your ears are on the smaller side, these earphones might feel a bit big, and the cable is kind of heavy. So, you might feel them more, and they might not be as comfy. Just something to keep in mind if you're thinking about getting a pair for yourself.


•𝙵𝚒𝚝 & 𝚌𝚘𝚖𝚏𝚘𝚛𝚝
The 7HZ Aurora earphones are designed for comfort, even during extended use. The heavier cable might become noticeable after several hours, but it hasn't been an issue for me. For those with smaller ears, the earphones may stick out more, which is something to consider for long-term comfort.

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•The 𝙲𝚊𝚋𝚕𝚎
- Detachable and interchangeable, enhancing versatility and longevity.
- Gold-plated connectors and single-crystal copper material ensure optimal signal transmission and sound quality.
- Modular plug system with 3.5mm/4.4mm L-shaped plugs accommodates various devices.
- Braided design is not only aesthetically pleasing but also functional, reducing tangling and microphonics.

- The cable's weight might be noticeable, which could be a concern for some users during extended use.
- While the braiding is beautiful, it may add to the bulkiness of the cable, affecting portability.

The 7HZ Aurora’s stock cable is a commendable inclusion, offering both aesthetic appeal and functional excellence. Its detachable design, high-quality materials, and modular plug system make it a standout feature that enhances the user experience. While it may have a bit of heft, the cable’s durability and performance more than justify its presence. Overall, it’s a solid offering that complements the IEMs well.
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Initial Fit:
•The stock ear tips did not fit well, which led to a lack of bass.
Solution for Better Sound:
•Switched to Divinus Velvet ear tips for improved fit and bass response.
Comparative Testing:
•Tried various ear tips to find the best match for sound quality.
•Determined that Divinus Velvet tips provided the superior sound experience.

Review Notes:
My review reflects the sound quality experienced with the Divinus Velvet tips.
These tips may be the key to unlocking the full potential of the 7HZ Aurora IEMs for users who face similar fit issues.

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Items Used for this Review:
Questyle M15
cayin ru7
Shanling h5
Astell & kern sp1000m
Fiio btr7
hiby r3 ii
dawn pro

•The sound performance
•The 7HZ Aurora may look like it’s set to deliver a bass-heavy experience, but it’s a pleasant surprise to find that it’s all about quality bass rather than overwhelming power. The sub-bass has a delightful rumble that adds depth to the music, perfect for genres like hip-hop, EDM, and rap. It’s tight and well-defined, ensuring that it doesn’t bleed on the mid-bass or mids, and it’s rich in texture.

For the bass enthusiasts out there, the Aurora’s sub-bass might not hit that extreme low-end you crave, but it’s a natural and dynamic sound that many will appreciate. As someone who isn’t a bass head, I found the bass quantity to be just right.

Moving on to the mid-bass, it complements the sub-bass wonderfully, providing excellent support for the drums in rock, metal, and band music, which I personally enjoy. It’s speedy, with clean attacks and a deep punch that brings out the details in the music. The Aurora handles complex bass lines perfectly, making it a versatile choice for almost any music genre.

In summary, the Aurora’s bass performance is commendable. It’s well-tuned, supporting a wide range of music without any issues. While I enjoy its current bass response, a touch more weight could potentially offer an even more satisfying experience for some listeners.
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•The Mids
When we talk about the 'mids,' we're really talking about the sounds that make voices and most instruments stand out. With the Aurora earphones, every singer's voice is super clear. It's like the earphones let you hear every little sound in their voice. If a singer has a rough voice, you'll hear that roughness. If they hit really high notes, those will sound clear too.

The Aurora is great for any music where the voice is important. But there's a small thing to note: male voices don't sound as heavy as they could. They're a bit lighter. On the other hand, female voices are full of energy and really stand out. They sound lively and powerful.

Now, about the instruments – it's like each one is in its own space. You can tell the guitars, drums, bass, and keyboards apart really well. This is awesome because you can focus on each one and really get into the music. It's like being able to pick out each instrument in a band when you're listening to a song.

•Sound Quality
The sound of the mids is balanced – not too sharp and not too dull. It's just right. This means you can listen to your favorite songs for a long time without getting tired of them. This is especially good for rock or metal music, where the guitars and singing are the main things you want to hear.

In general, the Aurora earphones do a great job with the mids. They make sure that voices and instruments sound clear and separate from each other. This makes your music sound really good, whether you're listening to a calm song or a Rock.
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It's designed to deliver a crisp and detailed high-frequency response that brings out the nuances in music. When paired with a light, warm source, the treble is smooth and well-controlled, providing a listening experience that's detailed yet comfortable for long sessions.

The treble extends well, offering a good clarity, especially in the higher registers of instruments and vocals. This clarity is essential for genres that rely on high-frequency details, such as classical, jazz, and acoustic music.

However, when paired with a bright source, the treble can become more pronounced, leading to a sharper sound. This might appeal to those who prefer a brighter, more energetic presentation, but it can also introduce a level of sibilance or sharpness in the treble that some listeners might find fatiguing over time.

The key to the Aurora's treble lies in its versatility. With the right source, it can provide a treble response that's both lively and natural, without sacrificing detail or causing listener fatigue. It's this careful balance that makes the Aurora a compelling choice for discerning listeners who value a treble that's as articulate as it is engaging

The Aurora is great at playing high-pitched sounds in a way that's clear and lively, but not tiring to listen to. This makes them a really good choice for people who want to hear all the details in their music without any harshness. They're perfect for anyone who loves listening to music and wants to hear everything clearly and comfortably.

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The 7HZ Aurora earphones deliver an auditory experience that's both expansive and precise. The soundstage feels wide, giving each note and instrument room to breathe, creating an open atmosphere for your music. With its stellar imaging and layering, every sound has a clear place, making even the busiest tracks easy to follow and enjoy.

For those who love to dissect their music, to delve into the details and nuances, the Aurora is a perfect tool. It's also versatile enough to provide an immersive experience, wrapping you in a blanket of sound that's both rich and detailed. Whether you're analyzing the layers of a complex orchestral piece or getting lost in the world of your favorite album, the Aurora stands out as a top-notch choice for any serious listener.

•Overall Conclusion and Recommendation
The 7HZ Aurora earphones are great for any music lover. They have a clear and balanced sound with just the right amount of bass, clear middle tones, and smooth high notes. They make listening to music really enjoyable, without making your ears tired. I'd definitely recommend them to anyone who loves good sound.
Target Audience

The 7HZ Aurora is a great choice for audiophiles who value a neutral and balanced sound signature with a focus on clear mids and detailed highs. It's par
ticularly well-suited for those who listen to genres like rock, metal, vocals, and acoustic music.
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Nice review bhai. #kharap manush 🤙🏻
keep up the work brother
David Haworth
Its all about the music. I love the way 7Hz tunes their IEMS. Great review. Love to hear this set!

MD Rohit

New Head-Fier
Pros: •very light and comfortable

•The face plate is very beautiful

•Stock cable quality is very good

•Clean neutral presentation

•Treble has no sharpness
Cons: •Stock tips are not good

•not for bass head's
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driver information
10mm liquid silicone & Al-Mg Alloy Dynamic Driver + Sonion 2389 balanced armature + electronic independent dual-frequency crossover is used in this
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•𝙳𝚎𝚜𝚒𝚐𝚗 𝚊𝚗𝚍 𝚋𝚞𝚒𝚕𝚍 𝚚𝚞𝚊𝚕𝚒𝚝𝚢.
The Galileo have excellent build quality, featuring a robust and lightweight design that promises durability and comfort. This is a full resin build. The inner shell is somewhat transparent through which the drivers can be seen very well. The faceplates are particularly noteworthy, inspired by the cosmos and reflecting the legacy of the astronomer Galileo Galilei. They exhibit a design reminiscent of a starry universe, adding an element of sophistication and uniqueness to the earphones.

Overall, the Galileo IEMs combine aesthetic appeal with high-quality materials and construction, resulting in a product that’s as pleasing to the eyes as it is durable and functional.
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•𝙵𝚒𝚝 & 𝚌𝚘𝚖𝚏𝚘𝚛𝚝
Galileo boast a practical shell design that caters to a universal fit, accommodating various ear shapes comfortably. The absence of pressure points ensures a snug fit without discomfort, even during prolonged use. My experience confirms the exceptional comfort and fit of these IEMs, as they have been consistently agreeable throughout extended listening sessions. The Galileo IEMs excel in providing an excellent fit and comfort that is sure to satisfy even the most discerning people.
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Items Used for this Review:

Questyle M15
cayin ru7
Shanling h5
Cowon Plenue R2
Astell & kern sp1000m
Fiio btr7
hiby r3 ii
Ddhifi tc44
Moondrop dawn pro
•(It doesn't require much power but it gives better output when used with a quality source)
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In my review of the Galileo, I opted for the Spinfit W1 ear tips over the stock options. The Spinfit W1 tips are known for their ability to enhance the soundstage and provide a comfort , secure fit. They have a grippy silicone texture that helps keep the IEMs stable in the ear, which is crucial for consistent sound delivery. The medium-wide bore of the W1 tips also contributes to improved clarity and a rich sound level, allowing for the dynamic details from multiple instruments to shine through with excellent spatial distancing.

Using the Spinfit W1 tips, I noticed a good extension of both high and low frequencies, which brought a new dimension to the Galileo’s sound profile. The bass felt more present and the treble retained its smooth character, all while providing a more expansive soundstage that made the listening experience even more immersive. This pairing proved to be a great match, enhancing the overall auditory experience of the Galileo.
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The cable
The cable included with the Galileo is a high-quality 4-core stock cable, known for its durability and performance. The one i have is a 3.5mm jack, which is quite common and versatile for compatibility with various devices.

The two-tone color scheme of gray and silver not only gives the cable a premium aesthetic but also reflects the attention to detail that LETSHUOER has put into the design. The cable is made from oxygen-free copper that’s silver-plated, which is often used in high-end audio equipment for its excellent conductivity and ability to deliver a clear, detailed sound. Overall love the cable
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The sound
In the LETSHUOER Galileo IEMs, the midrange truly shines, presenting vocals with exceptional warmth and clarity. Female voices are especially delightful, offering a captivating depth without overpowering the ears. Male vocals stand out with a solid and true-to-life quality. The sound is remarkably smooth, yet detailed enough to make every note stand out. Instruments are clearly distinguishable, ensuring a clean and uncluttered listening experience. The clarity of guitar notes is impressive, making these IEMs an excellent pick for those who love vocal-heavy music.
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The bass response of the Galileo is subtle but substantial. It’s not designed for those who seek the thunderous roar of bass but for those who appreciate its nuanced presence. The sub-bass provides a controlled rumble, and the overall bass response is tight and well-defined, ensuring no frequency bleed. Mid-bass punches are deep and precise, and the bass is responsive enough to handle rapid drumming with ease, making kick drums and double pedal drums resonate with clarity. overall this set provide good bass quality.
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In the treble range, the Galileo maintains a smooth and detailed profile. It offers amplelittle airiness and clarity without inducing harshness or sibilance, making it a safe choice for treble-sensitive listeners. Even with tracks known for their sibilant tendencies, the Galileo manages to minimize harshness and peaks, providing a treble that is both detailed and gentle on the ears.
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The Galileo delivered a soundstage that is commendably wide for their price range, creating an immersive listening experience where you feel centrally placed in the midst of the performance. The imaging is precise, allowing listeners to discern the direction and placement of instruments, enhancing the realism of the audio reproduction.

Note separation is another area where the Galileo excels, with its ability to distinguish individual instruments and vocals within complex compositions. This clarity ensures that each note is articulated distinctly, contributing to a detailed and cohesive auditory landscape. The IEMs bring out micro details quite well, which is particularly impressive for an IEM in its price segment.

Overall, the technical aspects of the LETSHUOER Galileo, such as soundstage, imaging, note separation, and attention to detail, are crafted to provide an exceptional listening experience that belies its cost.
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•Conclusion and Recommendation
In essence, the Galileo offering a symphony of smooth mids, refined bass, and relaxed treble. They stand as an ideal choice for listeners who seek to immerse themselves in their music with clarity and comfort, without the fatigue that can accompany more aggressive sound signatures. Whether you’re a vocal lover or someone who appreciates the subtleties of well-controlled bass, the Galileo offers a listening experience that’s both enriching and enjoyable.


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MD Rohit

New Head-Fier
kinera pandamon review
Pros: ⨳Good build quality

⨳ Gorgeous design

⨳ Good cable and accessories

⨳ Good fit and Even if you use it for a long time, it does not create any pain in the ear plus lightweight

⨳ Open sound response

⨳ Gives very good sound with neutral and light warm source

⨳ Smooth sound

⨳good instruments separation & technical performance
Cons: ~Treble response could be good

~Not for outdoor use -In noisy situations, outside sound gets in

~Sound is not good with stock tips
•Kinera 10mm SPD 2.0 ™ ( Square Planar Driver )
•Impedance: 9 ohm
•Sensitivity: 108 dB
•Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
•Oxygen Free Copper Cable
•3.5mm Termination Plug

☞𝚋𝚘𝚡 𝚌𝚘𝚗𝚝𝚎𝚗𝚝
*One pair of Celest Pandamon In-ear monitors.
*One 3.5mm Oxygen Free Copper Cable.
*Six pairs ( 221 & 608 ) of Celest Custom ear tips.
*Metal bookmark.
*Storage Bag.
*Clean Brush.
*User Manual.

☞𝙳𝚎𝚜𝚒𝚐𝚗 𝚊𝚗𝚍 𝚋𝚞𝚒𝚕𝚍 𝚚𝚞𝚊𝚕𝚒𝚝𝚢.​
Kinera is very popular for their variety of designs. From other audio brands, their designs are mostly interesting and exceptional, this time the design of kinera pandamon is no exception. The design of the upper faceplate is very attractive; it looks like an angry panda is watching . And the build quality is very good for the price. The inner site has a very nice smooth finish and the top face plate is metal so it feels durable. And Kinera presents the small details of their products very well so things look and feel very premium.


☞𝙲𝚊𝚋𝚕𝚎 & 𝚊𝚌𝚌𝚎𝚜𝚜𝚘𝚛𝚒𝚎𝚜
I like the stock cable. The material and durability of the stock cable is very good and at this price I am very happy with the build construction of the cable. The cable does not get tangled easily and is very easy to manage. It has 2pin Oxygen Free Copper Cable.
Ear tips- It sounds bad with the stock tip. So you can use some aftermarket tips like Spinfit CP100+, CP145, W1 and Final E Black Tips which are used during my listening.

☞𝙵𝚒𝚝 & 𝚌𝚘𝚖𝚏𝚘𝚛𝚝.
Due to the smooth finish of the inner side, it did not create any pressure on the ear which made it very comfortable. And it's very light weight. Although I didn't have a good experience with stock tips during my usage time, that's why I'm used Spinfit W1 tips with it and I've got the most comfortable listening time and long time usage without any pain in the ears. In my opinion, people with small, medium and large size ears should not face any problem in using it.

☞𝙶𝚎𝚊𝚛 𝚄𝚜𝚎𝚍
- Questyle M15
- Qulose mc01
- Moondrop dawn
- Jcally ap10
- LG V50 phone
- UP5
- Fiio k5 pro
- Tri tk2

•Quick note
The stock eartips produce a very warm sound which makes it muddy so I have tried different ear tips with this one and the best performance I got from spinfit W1 tips. For my review I have only talked about the sound I got from using these w1 ear tips.

𝚂𝚘𝚞𝚗𝚍 𝚙𝚎𝚛𝚏𝚘𝚛𝚖𝚊𝚗𝚌𝚎
•Mid bass- pandamon has been able to provide very good mid bass for the price. Drums sounds of rock, metal songs gave punchy and impactful sound. And because of the planner driver, the speed and resolution of the bass is very good. For the price it has been able to give tight and punchy bass response. It can be given 4.5/5 in mid bass without doubt.

•Sub bass- Its mid bass response was very good but its sub bass response was very lagging. The rumble didn't feel impactful and it sounded pulsating + not so engaging on trucks with more sub bass. Its sub bass sounded a bit hollow but using the Spinfit W1 tips with it fixed a bit. This is not so noticeable when listening with the 4.4 balance output with good DACs. For those who are listening to rock, metal, instrumental, theater, or band music, this won't create much of an effect. It can be given 3/5 on sub bass

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: Pandamons mid response fuller and forward. The male vocals are a bit heavy so it's nice to hear. The vocal section is clear due to its bass and mids being well separated. Female voice extension doesn't sound so good due to warm signature. Female vocals are not so lively and energetic but using a good DAC (Questyle M15, Qulose mc01, moondrop dawn) with a 4.4 balance cable solves this problem a lot. So I have nothing to complain about it but for those who don't have neutral DAC They may have problems. Overall mids (4/5)
•Treble: Pandamons treble extension is not so good. Metal songs miss the details due to lower treble extension. Although the separation of the string instruments are good, the sound of the instruments is a little warm due to which the sound of the string instruments seems less energetic and unnatural. Usually planner drivers have good treble extension but pandamon's treble extension is very lagging behind. And I didn't get the metallic timbre like the previous planers, which is good. Those who don't like extra treble extension and are treble sensitive will love it. Treble 2/5
•Soundstage: I thought the sound stage would be much bigger due to the open bag design but it wasn't. Even with the open back I got a soundstage similar to the closed back iems. It's not that the soundstage isn't wide, well it's wide but the open back design needed to be a bit bigger but the soundstage provides now isn't bad for the price. Soundstage 3.5/5

•Note separation & Imagine: One of the more interesting things about this pandamon is the notes seperation. SPD 2.0 has been able to provide much better separation than their previous SPD 1.0 and it can be said that this is a more refined and capable driver. The notes of instrumental music are heard very well. And they can play the sounds of guitar, piano, drum separately very well. Note separation 4.5/5

imagine is good. It is easy to understand where the instrument is coming from in the song. Playing God by Polyphia has been able to present the positions of the instruments of this track very accurately. And because of the good technical performance of the spd2.0 driver, it can give an idea of the positions of the instruments very nicely. Overall technical performance of pandamon is very good for the price. Note separation & imagine 4.5/5

•Conclusion: Loved Pandamon's design and build quality + good sound for the price. If the treble section could be improved a bit this would be a perfect iem at this price and hopefully kinera will fix this in their upcoming SPD 3.0. This is a good option in the current market and those who like this type of sound will enjoy it very much. (So in my opinion this is a very good deal at 56 USD)


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nice one brother
Md Ismail Hossain
Well done bro

MD Rohit

New Head-Fier
Aful Performer 5
Pros: *Good looking face plate

*Lightweight and comfortable

*No treble sharpness

*Good bass response

*Good looking cable

*Excellent Mids

*The shell is not that big

*Good neutral sound
Cons: •Not good tips

•Average pouch

•sound stage is average

Tchnical Specifications:-
•Impedance: 35Ω.
•Sensitivity: 110dB@1kHz.
•Frequency Response Range: 5Hz-35kHz.
•Passive Noise Reduction: 26dB.
•Connectors: 2-pin 0.78mm.
•Termination: 3.5mm
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What will you get:
•1x AFUL Performer 5
•6x Pair Silicone Eartips
•1x Stock Cable
•1x Round Metallic Carry Case


•Design and build quality
AFUL Performer 5 are a marvel of engineering, packing a five-driver hybrid configuration into a surprisingly compact and streamlined shell. The black resin construction not only gives it a robust feel but also contributes to its featherlight presence in the ear. Each unit is adorned with magma-styled face covers, giving it a fiery and individualistic character that echoes the esteemed aesthetics of the Thieaudio Monarch MK2.

The standard 2-pin connectors ensure compatibility with a wide range of 0.78mm 2-pin cables, offering versatility and ease of use. The accompanying stock cable is a testament to the thoughtfulness put into every aspect of the design—lightweight and unobtrusive, it complements the IEMs’ ergonomic build.

The beauty of the AFUL Performer 5 lies not just in its visual appeal but also in its practical ergonomics. The design is not only aesthetically pleasing but also intuitively comfortable, making it a perfect fusion of form and function. It’s a creation that speaks to the connoisseur of fine audio gear, promising an experience that’s as pleasing to the touch as it is to the ear.
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The Aful P5 are designed with fit and comfort in mind. Their lightweight resin construction and ergonomic shape ensure a snug and secure fit for a wide range of ear sizes. The nozzles are neither too large nor too small, contributing to a comfortable experience without causing ear fatigue, even during extended listening sessions. This focus on comfort, combined with a universal design, makes the P5 suitable for long periods of use, providing a pleasant listening experience for all users.
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•Dual-tone design: The cable features a stylish black and silver color scheme.

•8-core structure: Ensures durability and quality sound transmission.

•4.4mm balanced version: Offers a superior audio experience with less noise.

•Low memory: The cable is flexible and doesn’t tangle easily.

•Lightweight: Comfortable for long listening sessions without adding weight to the earphones.

•Good build construction: The cable is well-made and reliable.

•Value for price:
As a stock cable, it provides good quality for its cost.

AFUL has delivered a cable that is both aesthetically pleasing and functionally impressive, enhancing the overall experience with the Performer 5.
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Stock tips are basic. And it doesn't seem so soft to me.If you have good aftermarket tips you can get better output out of it. I have found the pairing of the Spinfit Omni very good with this one. .I wrote the review based on the sound I got using these tips.

It is a basic pouch not much to say about it. Round aluminum pouch. Covering the inside with cloth. It can be said TRN's seam pouch but name change.

Tested with
•Questyle M15
•cayin ru7
•Shanling h5
•Cowon Plenue R2
•Astell & kern sp1000m
•Fiio btr7
•hiby r3 ii
•Ddhifi tc44c
•Moondrop dawn pro
•Lg v60
•Asus zenfone 10
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The Mids
The Aful Performer 5 shines in vocal range. The male vocals have a good amount of weight, resonating with a richness that adds depth to the tracks. Whether it’s the baritone timbre of a blues singer or the gritty edge of a rock vocalist, the Performer 5 handle each note with precision.

The P5 handle female vocals beautifully. High notes come through clear and strong, standing out in the music without any sharp or hissing sounds. They capture every part of a woman's singing, from the softest murmur to the strongest, most powerful notes. It's like the singer is right there with you, every whisper and every powerful note feels real and alive.

Instrument clarity is another highlight of these set. Each strum, pluck, and hit is articulated with an impressive level of detail. The midrange, often referred to as the heart of the frequency spectrum, is where the Performer 5 truly excels. The great detail in this range brings forward the emotional essence of the music, making every listening session an intimate experience

The ability to distinguish between the layers of complex compositions is remarkable. You can hear the individual strings in a guitar chord, the subtle breaths between flute notes, and even the softest tap on a cymbal. overall p5 is great for vocal and instrument clarity.

The sub-bass is where the Performer 5 truly excels. There’s a palpable rumble that you can feel, adding depth and dimension to every track. The sub-bass detail is remarkable, capturing the essence of each note with precision. It’s a controlled power that resonates with clarity.

Moving on to the mid-bass, it’s punchy and full of life. The Performer 5 handles the speed of the bass with finesse, ensuring that it’s quick enough to keep up with fast-paced tracks but not so fast that it loses its impact. The kick drums sound incredibly lively, and the IEMs exhibit a perfect speed for double pedal work, making them ideal for genres that thrive on a strong rhythmic foundation.

Bass Guitar
For the bass guitar, the Performer 5 provides a tight and well-controlled performance. The bass lines in busy songs are held with authority, ensuring that the groove is always present and never lost in the mix. The bass is well-behaved, with no bleed into the midrange, allowing for a clean and articulate sound.

In conclusion, the Aful Performer 5 IEMs offer a bass experience that’s both powerful and refined. Whether you’re a fan of deep electronic beats or the natural sound of a bass guitar, these IEMs deliver a bass that’s rich, detailed. Performer 5 is quite versatile, complementing a wide range of music genres well. While those who prefer heavy bass might desire more, I believe its bass level will support most listeners adequately. The quality and quantity of the bass are just right for me, striking a perfect balance.
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The Treble
P5 excel in delivering a treble that is both sparkling and smooth, providing a detailed and airy sound that enhances the overall listening experience. The treble detail is impressive, allowing for a nuanced appreciation of high-frequency instruments. High hats, crash, and ride cymbals are reproduced with a lifelike presence. This clarity and openness in the treble prevent any sense of congestion, even in complex musical passages.

The treble smoothness is a key factor in avoiding listener fatigue, a common issue with many earphones that can present too much brightness in the higher frequencies. The Performer 5 manages to maintain a detailed treble without ever becoming harsh, ensuring that the music remains enjoyable over long listening sessions.

Additionally, the sparkle in the treble adds an element of excitement to the music. It brings forward the texture of instruments, the crispness of a snare drum, and the shimmer of a cymbal’s sustain, contributing to a dynamic and engaging sound profile. This makes the Performer 5 suitable for a wide range of genres, from classical to contemporary pop.

in summary, the Performer 5’s treble performance stands out for its ability to deliver a crisp, detailed, and lively sound without compromising on smoothness or comfort.
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Aful P5 have garnered attention for their soundstage and imaging capabilities. While they may not boast the widest soundstage, they compensate with good depth and precise imaging, creating a well-defined three-dimensional listening experience. The layering is another strong point, allowing listeners to discern the subtle nuances between instruments and vocals, which contributes to a more immersive audio experience.

However, some reviews suggest that the soundstage can feel somewhat compressed, particularly in terms of width, which might limit the sense of spaciousness in the music. Despite this, the Performer 5’s ability to maintain clear separation between sounds ensures that each element in a track can be heard without muddling, even in complex compositions3.

In summary, the Aful Performer 5 offer a soundstage that is intimate rather than expansive, with a focus on depth and precision. The imaging and layering are well-executed, allowing for a detailed and nuanced listening experience that highlights the separation and clarity of each musical element

In conclusion, the Aful Performer 5 emerge as a stellar choice for those who value vocal clarity, instrumental precision, and a balanced sound signature. The midrange performance is exceptional, with both male and female vocals rendered with a lifelike presence that breathes life into every track. The nuanced detail in the midrange ensures that each instrument is heard distinctly, offering an intimate and emotional listening experience.

The bass response is both powerful and controlled, with the sub-bass providing a satisfying depth and the mid-bass delivering a punchy, rhythmic foundation. The bass guitar tones are tight and authoritative, ensuring that the groove of the music is always felt without overpowering the midrange.

The treble is crisp and smooth, adding sparkle to the high frequencies without inducing listener fatigue. This makes the Performer 5 suitable for extended listening sessions, allowing for a detailed appreciation of high-frequency instruments and complex musical passages.

Given the versatility of the Performer 5, they are recommended for a wide array of genres, satisfying listeners who seek a rich, detailed bass as well as those who enjoy the subtleties of well-rendered vocals and instruments. While they may not cater to those who prefer an extremely heavy bass, they strike an excellent balance that will please most audiophiles.
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Nice review and photos! The P5 is my favorite IEM. It sounds much more natural than the Quintet.
This is one of my top favourite IEM right now. Sounds so pleasant to my ear. Right amount of everything without over powering lows, mids or highs!

And thanx for you detailed review. People who are interested to buy, they will get a clear understanding about this nice IEM.