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PLUG TYPE: 3.5mm,

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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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New Head-Fier
Letshuoer Galileo Earphone Review
Pros: Design
Overall Sound performance
Budget friendly
Cons: Treble
The Letshuoer Galileo Earphone with its 4.4mm jack promises to deliver an exceptional audio experience. As an avid music listener, I was eager to put these earphones to the test and discover if they truly lived up to their claims of superior sound quality. After using the Letshuoer Galileo extensively for the past few weeks, I am ready to share my detailed review.

Shout out to Hifigo for giving me an opportunity to review the Galileo. You can check out their site for galileo as well as others music gears. They ship world wide

Design and Build Quality:

The Letshuoer Galileo boasts a sleek and elegant design, exuding a sense of sophistication.As the name was taken after a great astronomer Galileo Galilei the design of faceplate was like Universe .To cope up with the design I have edited a taken picture with the universe in the background Lol. The earphones have a lightweight yet sturdy construction, ensuring durability while providing a comfortable fit for extended listening sessions. The 4.4mm gold-plated jack feels robust and securely connects to compatible devices without any signal loss or audio interference.
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The Letshuoer Galileo comes with a variety of accessories that enhance the overall package. Apart from the multiple pairs of silicone ear tips in different sizes, it includes a sturdy carry case, a cleaning brush. At first opening the case was quite tough . I didn't want to break the case that's why watched a video on how to open galileo case on youtube .

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The included accessories not only offer convenience but also add value to the overall purchase. The cable was good enough , Looks premium. The high-quality oxygen-free copper silver-plated able was rigid , strong and tangled free. I have used the stock cable for listening music. I don't think you need to change the cable .I have chosen the 4.4mm connector .There was a variation of 3.5mm as well.

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Sound Quality:

Speaking of comfort, the Galileo earphones are designed to fit snugly in the ear without causing discomfort or fatigue during extended use. The lightweight build and ergonomic design make them suitable for long listening sessions without any discomfort or ear fatigue.

When I have connected the earphone with a basic 4.4mm port directly . i didn't like the sound quality at first. I thought it is not a good earphone but later when i connected with an amp dac my perception was change and I started to like the earphone very much.

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For sound quality, the Galileo earphones genuinely shine. The incorporation of the 4.4mm balanced jack elevates the listening experience to a whole new level. The audio reproduction is outstanding, with an expansive soundstage and excellent instrument separation. The earphones excel in delivering a balanced and natural sound signature, making them suitable for a wide range of music genres.

The bass response too good which is tight and controlled, not overpowering, and yet delivers a satisfying punch.
The sub-bass more emphasized than the mid bass. The mid-bass is clear , not muddy . I just loved the drum kick while using galileo. That was like genuine in front of listening experience. Midrange frequencies are rich and warm, allowing vocals and instruments to shine without being overshadowed. The tonality is accurate and the timbre natural. Voice was great as well not recessed .

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The treble is detailed and well-extended, offering crispness without being harsh or sibilant though there are some issues in the treble region for me. Sometimes it wass hurting my ears and putting me in discomfort in the ear for over crispness . Sometimes it feels like metalic. The Letshuoer Galileo provides above-average noise isolation, effectively blocking out most ambient sounds. This allows for a more immersive listening experience, especially in noisy environments. The included assortment of ear tips ensures a proper seal, contributing to both noise isolation and overall comfort.

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In conclusion, the Letshuoer Galileo earphone with its 4.4mm jack is an audiophile's dream come true. Its exceptional sound quality, balanced sound signature, and comfortable design make it a top-tier option for music enthusiasts under 100$ budget . The 4.4mm jack enhances the audio performance, making it compatible with high-resolution audio players and amplifiers.While the Galileo earphones are not the most budget-friendly option on the market, the investment is undoubtedly worth it for music lovers seeking unparalleled sound quality. If you are willing to invest in a premium pair of earphones and value exceptional audio performance, the Letshuoer Galileo with its 4.4mm jack should be at the top of your list.


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Reviewer at hxosplus
A gaze at the milky way
Pros: + Balanced tuning
+ Sub-bass extension
+ Expressive mid-range
+ Smooth and forgiving
+ Open sounding
+ Great looks and build quality
+ Very comfortable
+ Good noise attenuation
+ Comes with a carrying case
Cons: - Bass is lacking in weight
- Not that impactful
- Not the last word in resolution and refinement
- Average detail retrieval
- Slightly artificial treble
- Soundstage is mostly flat
- Bulky carrying case
The price of the LETSHUOER x GIZAUDIO Galileo is $99.99 and is exclusively available from HiFiGo.

You can read the full LETSHUOER Galileo Review by following the link.


Executive summary

The LETSHUOER Galileo is a well made earphone with great looks and very comfortable fit. It is lightweight and offers good passive noise attenuation. It comes with a high quality cable, plenty of eartips and a hard carrying case which is water resistant.

The LETSHUOER Galileo has a balanced and forgiving nature making it a solid option for everyone looking for a smooth sounding earphone suitable for most kinds of music. It has plenty of bass with good technicallities that is slightly lacking in physical impact and weight. The mid-range is melodious and evenly tuned with plenty of natural timbre and the treble is rather smooth and forgiving but not without some issues and mainly the lack of refinement and a touch of metallic timbre. The soundstage is open and spacious with good imaging but it is mostly flat.

The LETSHUOER Galileo is a solid option in the sub $100 category which is very crowded but it can win you for it's smooth and rather forgiving nature.
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You can check the Simgot EA500 , tinhifi C3, Dunu Titan S or JD7
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100+ Head-Fier
It might be great in its price range but surely it is not a titan killer, wish they went for some planar technology which would be the best bang for a buck, proper developement in that area could bring high end sound closer to masses, that I would call an achievement! Better they be worth of the name of Galileo!
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100+ Head-Fier
Well, its a full range Sonion BA..... we'll see if how does it sound in real life.
So you saying companies doing multi BA are doing it wrong? Mark my word it's not going be a cheap IEM hence I asked for more than one BA so it competes what top tier multi BA / hybrid IEMs do.


New Head-Fier
Letshuoer has been performing above expectations with the EJ07 and the S12 and the derivatives.
I'll wait and see the reviews maybe the crossover is just in the treble, essentially making this a very coherent single DD IEM for the most part.


New Head-Fier
S12 exists with no treble? huh, thats news to me
I reworded that, I mean the opposite. The S12 for the price category has spicy jet good treble. Having the same company introduce an IEM into the market, not having that, it strange to me. Hence, I will wait for other measurements.


Headphoneus Supremus
1 x BA is too little to make a real life impact.
Simply untrue. There are numerous 1+1 configuration IEMs that perform very well at a range of different price points (eg CVJ CSA, TRN TA1 Max, ECCI YST-02, TRI Meteor and IKKO OH10).

Look at comparison of Campur Joyful 1 and 1&1 in this video from Hi-Fri Audio, basically the same IEM with HZSound Heart Mirror DD with or without a single 30095 BA.

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100+ Head-Fier
Simply untrue. There are numerous 1+1 configuration IEMs that perform very well at a range of different price points (eg CVJ CSA, TRN TA1 Max, ECCI YST-01, TRI Meteor and IKKO OH10).

Look at comparison of Campur Joyful 1 and 1&1 in this video from Hi-Fri Audio, basically the same IEM with HZSound Heart Mirror DD with or without a single 30095 BA.

OK go buy then


Headphoneus Supremus
OK go buy then
I have. My point was that the addition of a single BA can make a significant change to tuning, the rush of some manufacturers to cram a large number of drivers into a shell doesn't always make an improvement to sound. It had turned into more of a marketing gimmick than product improvement in many cases (looking at you KZ, CCA and TRN). :rolling_eyes:


New Head-Fier
So you saying companies doing multi BA are doing it wrong? Mark my word it's not going be a cheap IEM hence I asked for more than one BA so it competes what top tier multi BA / hybrid IEMs do.
"Mark your words" lol? For what? It was a cheap IEM at the end costing just $100 USD. So it surely doesn't need to compete with top tier multi BA as you say.
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100+ Head-Fier
"Mark your words" lol? For what? It was a cheap IEM at the end costing just $100 USD. So it surely doesn't need to compete with top tier multi BA as you say.
Don't be a Mobi's Dee - KZ x Crinacle CRN was hybrid and only costed $35 - even had electrostatic for way less than $100. And I am sure you can find plenty of examples like that if you take your head of out the toilet.