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I have all of the above except the ZS10 Pro. I would choose the Tin T3 from your list, it is neutral with a bright treble ( but not as bright as the C16 or A10). With the right tips and a good seal it also has deeper bass than the CCA models. If you like a V shaped profile the ZS7 is a very enjoyable IEM.
I was tempted to buy the cca A10 after reading your review, im affraid that its too bright for my taste. I ended up picking the tin t2, the z review on youtube said that the t2 have more sound stage than the t3 with more neutral sound which is good because i use it for gaming too. Will give an update after i tried the t2
 
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I was tempted to buy the cca A10 after reading your review, im affraid that its too bright for my taste. I ended up picking the tin t2, the z review on youtube said that the t2 have more sound stage than the t3 with more neutral sound which is good because i use it for gaming too. Will give an update after i tried the t2
T2 is still too bright. Brighter than my ZSN for example.
 
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I was tempted to buy the cca A10 after reading your review, im affraid that its too bright for my taste. I ended up picking the tin t2, the z review on youtube said that the t2 have more sound stage than the t3 with more neutral sound which is good because i use it for gaming too. Will give an update after i tried the t2
Do bear in mind that the T2 is somewhat light in the bass which may not be ideal for impactful soundtracks.
 
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Do bear in mind that the T2 is somewhat light in the bass which may not be ideal for impactful soundtracks.
yup just tried the t2, it does lack bass. but im pretty pleased with the detail. does the vent mod improve the bass?
 
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yup just tried the t2, it does lack bass. but im pretty pleased with the detail. does the vent mod improve the bass?
Yes, it does, but it slightly alters the texture and the soundstage. If you value bass and soundstage then you might want to try the KZ ZS7.
 
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Honestly I have no idea about either of them as I have never heard them. I prefer single dynamics though and the pro is a hybrid(I think). It probably sounds a bit better then the A15, but A15 seems like a good fit for me. Its normally 90-95 here with 60% humidity and I work outside all day. So BA's don't normally work great for me in the summer at work.
A15 Pro is single 9mm beryllium dynamic with a very neutral sound. The A15 is more bass heavy. The Whizzer Kylin is a hybrid model.
 
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So the T100 with single DD is better here? how about micro details and decay speed (usually BA win on these aspects) . I keep watching Audiosense, seems very promising
The T180 probably does have a little better details, and slightly more open Sound Stage.
 
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Woohoo for the Kylin
 
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Ooh, this pair of Tiandirenhe doesn't sound too bad. Quite good actually! Full bodied, kicking bass - although with a little rough edge, clear upper mids and an airy sound.
 
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Ooh, this pair of Tiandirenhe doesn't sound too bad. Quite good actually! Full, kicking bass - although with a little rough edge, clear upper mids and an airy sound.
I agree, TD1 sounds very dynamic and lively. They are my favorite earphones for traveling and work. It sounds very mature, sometimes I feel like I'm listening big headphones.
 
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I agree, TD1 sounds very dynamic and lively. They are my favorite earphones for traveling and work. It sounds very mature, sometimes I feel like I'm listening big headphones.
Any difference between the TD1 and TD-R ? They look like the same.
 
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I think it's the same product, On the Aliexpress is now sold under many different names, but I think they all come from one factory.
 
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