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Burn in process?
I think I may be the only known human to actually like the stock BLON BL03 tips. I'm still experimenting to find the best fitting tip, but the stock small Spinfit clones are good enough for me.
Seems the same exact shell that use Radsone HE100...
Is it normal that my Faaeal Hibiscus sound better out of my Asus RoG Phone 2 than off of my Hiby R6 Pro...?
Has a much better timbre and decay tonality off my phone.
Maybe be the filter settings on the R6 need changing
My review of the Tin T4 after a few days of using. https://www.head-fi.org/showcase/tin-hifi-t4.24037/reviews#review-22964
I am also trying the BL03 right now. Pretty much would recommend it for its price
Ive taken the hit on the tri I3
Will rtake about 2 weeks to arrive.
We will see how they compare to the tin p1, obravo cupid and shuoer tape
That bodes well for my use-case then ^_^
Considering the DZATs are wood.....
I know, right? The sound profile is quite diffeent though... And these are literally made of wood! So.... Mad they're so similar.
So Semkarch CNT1, a very capable natural sounding IEM. Not basshead.... but very solid bass with clear edges and slam without being diffuse or boomy, and the prominent midrange is quite forward in the mix. The highs are not as detailed as a BA, nevertheless the wonderful holistic, unveiled sound, makes this IEM, a listener and a keeper. If you can get this discounted at $40-50 it is a must, although at $100 I would probably look elsewhere....maybe at the Blon 03.
Which filters are u using? It is one level shy of bassheadery with black filters IMHO.
The bass is fast for a DD though, much faster than the BLONs.
I like that with the CNT1 on black filters, the lower mids are more prominent than upper mids, thus making male vocals more forward and the upper mids less screechy. This kind of lower mids > upper mids mix is not common in CHIFI sets. Very non fatiguing signature.
Yeah, I think that's why I like the CNT1 so much as well. The mids are presented without that upper mid elevation that can become too much for my ears at times (TFZ models come to mind). Combining that aspect with the controlled, powerful bass and just enough treble sparkle makes the CNT1 a very fun and easy listen.
I think its on the line of basshead. A tiny little bit of EQ pushes it into basshead territory. I am completely satisfied with the bass quantity and I am a basshead. Great IEM.
Listening to my T2 Galaxy again & they did sound really damn good for the price imo. Mid was rather forward, bass is deep & punchy, plus the detail is also there. It a great deal as I only paid half of it's price