- Aug 10, 2016
TFZ King Pro Impressions, around 20 hours of burn in.
Disclaimer: only heard the Exclusive King for 20 mins, for anyone who plans to ask.
Overall sound has a nice balanced tonality with a warmish tone.
Bass digs nicely with great control, impressive for the price. Mid bass is a notch north of neutral with great dynamics, punch and decay. It's fast, it's detailed, it's effin addictive. Great mix of musicality and control.
Lower mids have great weight. Doesn't sound hallow as the exclusive king, it isn't recessed also. Upper mids are a bit forward for the bite, but doesn't sound thin, screechy or peaky. The King Pro doesn't have the Sibilant character of the Exclusive King. Mids are more forward when compared to the IT01, and is more detailed but is still organic and natural sounding.
Treble has veeeeerrryyyy nice extension and sparkle. Can be a bit bright with some tips, and some cable. Details are great. Seriously, it beats my LZA4, and very very very close to my qdc 3sh. Resolution, and clarity if top notch.
Sound stage is wide, with surprising depth that is not common in sub 200usd iems. Instrument placement and imaging is superb with insane precision.
I don't want to sound hyphy but... The King Pro is Insane.
Stock cable splitter is heavy. And drags the cable down. Wires are in the thin side but soft and supple.
The metal body is great! The weight is great, not as heavy as I expected. But the problem is... I already scratched it ****