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500+ Head-Fier
Pros: An amazingly sturdy and high-quality build
Medium size with great ergonomics for those with pronounced concha
Wonderfully balanced
Bass keeps up with the low lows while being punchy too
Vocals are present and perfectly placed quite high up
Above average technicalities
Timbrally correct
Fairly priced for the whole package
Cons: Not the one for either extreme bassheads or trebleheads
Subpar packaging akin to that of 10x cheaper sets
Only a 3.5mm cable
Mediocre eartips
Can be very close to sibilance in certain songs
Not the best note weight
Not the last word in treble airiness

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No DD, no DICE
Pros: Highly resolving, expansive sound with an unusual, fascinating tonal balance
Improves and refines almost everything about the sound of an IEM
Excellent build quality with high-quality hardware
Cons: Price...if you have to ask, you can't afford it
Improvements vary in intensity, and may not be improvements for everyone
Colourway of cable and hardware may not be a match for many IEMs
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100+ Head-Fier
Pros: Beautiful faceplate

One of the most comfortable IEMs under $100

Very clean Harman-tuned sound

Clean, tight but deep-reaching bass

Clean and open vocals

Very energetic and nuanced vocals

Well-extended and detailed treble

Clean instrument separation
Cons: Shout tendencies

Thin lower mids

Not the most technical sounding set

Lacking bass tactility and impact




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New Head-Fier
Pros: Lots of bass
Very good detail retrieval
Works well with a lot of genres
Cons: Shell size is a bit big
Thanks to AG and Canpur for the CP622B review unit.

As always I dont have nor expect incentives of any kind for the review and all opinions are mine.


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New Head-Fier
Pros: -Great detail production
-Decent resolution
-Good bass dynamics
-Good transients
-Very good build quality
-Pretty good ergonomics
Cons: -Too much treble (too bright)
-A bit narrow soundstage
-Imaging is a bit too flat
-Midrange is not the best, but not bad at all.

ew200 comes with a cable, eartips and IEM itself. Pretty simple and standard packaging. Nothing special.

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Reviewer at hxosplus
Pros: + Stable and secure fit
+ Comfortable for extended use
+ Much better seal and isolation
+ Will fit most earphones
+ Two variants with different sound signatures
+ Available in four sizes
+ Very affordable
Cons: - Sonic and comfort enhancements might vary from person to person (as with all ear-tips)
Penon Liqueur ear-tips

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New Head-Fier
Pros: 1. Warmish neutral sound signature
2. Smooth and appealing treble response
3. Expressive and warm sounding mid range
4. Rich and satisfying bass response
Cons: 1. Somewhat lacks in the technical abilities


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New Head-Fier
Pros: Good build quality
Efficient battery usage
High power for a dongle
Smooth and easy to like sound
Pairs well with neutral / Harman tuned gear
Very competitive at its price point
Cons: No Physical Buttons
Slight lack of detail
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Headphoneus Supremus
Pros: Well accessorized
Pretty shells
Decent ergonomics despite larger shell size
Good passive isolation
All-rounded warm U-shaped tonal balance
Thumpy bass with good bass texturing
Midrange is lush with non-shouty upper mids
Superb soundstage and imaging
Cons: BA timbre in treble frequencies
Slight mid-bass bleed
Midrange can be veiled
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Nice review! They look so beautiful
They look beautiful and nice review. I've had my eyes on them for quite sometime. Waiting for a pair to be available in my country.
nice read. love your review keep it up 👍


New Head-Fier
Pros: ● Accessories package
● Midrange tonality
● Good detail retrival and technical performance for this type of tuning
● Good price to performance
● Good Isolation for a vented iem
● Beautiful face plates.
Cons: ● Cable is on the stiffer side
● Poor shell ergonomics with chunky nozzle
● Bass can be much for some people
● Need more energy around 7-10k
Specs And Driver Configuration

● Six-Driver Hybrid Configuration
● DD+4BA Driver Setup Per Side
● Five-Way Frequency Crossover
● Independent Dual-Chamber Dynamic Drivers
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Great review! 👍 They look gorgegous!
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Thanks for the appreciation 🤝
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Nice Review. They managed to perform well in the Population average


500+ Head-Fier
Pros: -Build Quality is great

-C’mon, this design & aesthetic is off the charts! Gorgeous!

-Loaded with accessories which actually fit the price

-That modular cable is DOPE, one of my favorites.

-Great fit for me (I hope it is for you too), ergonomically gifted

-Very cohesive across the mix

-Big and full macro-dynamics

-Lean-lush and rich note weight

-Wonderful low-end. Deep, dense, rounded, sublime

-Smooth, forward, and effortlessly musical midrange

-Also a smooth treble region, good extension, non-offensive

-Imaging is very easy to discern

-Stage is pretty large in all ways. Wide, tall, deep but closer to the listener.
Cons: -Bass will be too much for some

-Detail retrieval is only average

-Separation isn’t going to win any awards

-Smoothness buffs down the contoured definition (to a slight degree)

-Treble may not be as brilliant and emphasized as some may want

-Analytical or neutral lovers may not be perfectly happy
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500+ Head-Fier
Pros: ● Lightweight yet solidly built resin shell chassis.
● Aside from better sub bass presence, The KARS also minimises some occlusion effects thus driver flex issues will not occur.
● Quite an ear tip-dependant as it affects the sound quality output.
● While it can be amplified with sources with decent power output, this set scales well on better power output with high gain mode as it doesn't sound distorted at all.
● It includes two types of ear tips inside the box.
● Clear sub bass presence with a fairly texture mid bass while maintaining a clean bass response.
● Neutral, transparent and tidy midrange presentation.
● Smooth and inoffensive treble response.
● Not a hint of harshness and sibilance.
Cons: ● Quality of its stock cable.
● Included stock ear tips will not give you that intended tuning of this set that you need some third party ear tips.
● A bit hollowed mid bass (stock ear tips)
● Lean and recessed midrange (stock ear tips)
● Absolutely not for treble heads as it doesn't have that brightness on its treble response and also, treble air is rather modest in my opinion.
● Lacklustre on its overall technical performance.

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500+ Head-Fier
Pros: ● Sturdy aluminium alloy on its overall structure yet has a reasonable weight on it.
● Probably, one of the most compact size dual audio output DAC/Amp dongles in the market.
● Uniquely design aesthetics as it has a shape of a controller of an old video game console.
● Solid and tactual volume key buttons.
● ESS ES9028Q2M is quite uncommon to be implemented on a DAC/Amp dongle.
● Good thermal management as it doesn't heat up.
● Surprisingly power efficient as it only drags a little power from its host device.
● It supports native DSD up to DSD256 and PCM format up to 32bit/ 384kHz.
● Neutral with almost uncoloured sound profile.
● Competent overall technical performance.
Cons: ● It doesn't have the most powerful output in the entry-level DAC/Amp dongles out there, might be insufficient to drive some power-hungry headphones and earbuds.
● Does not have a Digital Filter mode option.
● No manual gain mode.
● Looking for a warmish, analogue-ish type of sound profile? Definitely, not this one.

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New Head-Fier
Pros: •Premium build quality and design.

•Good fit and comfort. (Does not cause any pain in the ears even after
prolonged use)

•Good bass performance.

•Great imaging and technicalities.

•Effective tuning filter.

•Despite the glossy design, it does not leave any marks.

•Solid output for the price.

•good for gaming
Cons: •The ear tips provided are not usable.

•The cable would be better if it had interchangeable terminations.

•May seem overly energetic to some users.

•Not suitable for bright, analytical sources.

•Not for warm sound lovers
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Such a fantastic write up.
Wow bro you didn't miss any point . The review is on pinpoint 🤙🏻
Hey nice review! I see you mentioned the OH10 in the design section. Could you do a little comparison between the two in terms of sound and technicalities?


New Head-Fier
Pros: -Good sound
-Good build quality
-Decent software experience
-Good tonality
-System-wide equalizers
Cons: -A bit narrow soundstage
-Runs hot

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New Head-Fier
Pros: • Excellent Value: The Medusa offers a well-rounded sound signature and a generous package of accessories for a competitive price. This makes it a great option for budget-conscious audiophiles or those new to high-fidelity sound.

• Balanced Sound Signature: The Medusa boasts a neutral and natural sound profile. Instruments and vocals are accurately reproduced, making it suitable for a wide range of musical genres.

• Lightweight and Comfortable Design: The TRN Medusa is lightweight and comfortable to wear for extended periods, thanks to its clear plastic shell and low weight (5.1g per earphone).

• Modular Cable System: The Medusa comes with a modular cable system featuring interchangeable 2.5mm, 3.5mm, and 4.4mm terminations. This provides flexibility for connecting to various audio sources.

• Comprehensive Accessory Package: TRN provides a generous selection of ear tips and the included carrying case offers protection for the earphones during transport.
Cons: • Lacks Microphone: The Medusa does not include a microphone.

• Aesthetics (Subjective): While the clear plastic shell with its painted driver is unique, some might find the "eyeball" resemblance less appealing than the intended
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1000+ Head-Fier
Pros: Dense, full, relaxed, warm, smooth and very pleasant sound.
- Compact, dry, fast, concise, energetic and powerful bass.
- Simple, but attractive design, good level of construction.
Cons: Somewhat short mouthpieces that prevent a superior fit and integration in my ears.
- The cable does not live up to the price, nor to the competition.
- Nuanced, controlled and smooth treble.
- Not a very descriptive planar, not analytical.

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New Head-Fier
Pros: One of the best super nice tonally warm basshead tunings!
This set looks amazing
Gorgeous complete cable with connectors for 4.4 jack and 3.5 jack
Excellent set of quality ear tips
Very deep subbass just feel it
Powerful mid bass with excellent texture development
The kick is very clear, with excellent attack
The mids are very warm and delicate, just enjoy it, no fatigue
Very low ear gain, which is great for many musical genres vocals will definitely not tire you
High frequencies are very neat, no sibilance or armature timbre, very smooth flow
The sound stage has excellent drawing of plans and separation of instruments, a truly wide picture is being built in front of us that you literally want to immerse yourself in
Cons: Not the most airy and transparent, but in the conditions of this tuning it’s normal
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wow nice detail review bro, keep work!
this pictures looks good :beerchug:
David Haworth
excellent review


100+ Head-Fier
Pros: Tuning, performance, build...
Cons: Lack of included tip selection, faceplates scratch very easily...


New Head-Fier
Pros: Four tuning switches that truly offer a variety of options
Excellent bass for an All-BA Configuration
Natural Timbre
Smooth Treble
Above-average soundstage
Clean Sounding
Cons: Nothing at this Price Point


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