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Knowledge Zenith (KZ) impressions thread

  1. mbwilson111
    It will be that purple one that I have my eye on...you will see! I don't need 1000 drivers. I wonder when it will be released.
    Slater likes this.
  2. friuns
    eq wont help much if earplugs don't have subbass
  3. EssentialEDM
    Recieved my zs10 the other day, they sound pretty nice, much clearer and punchier than my first revision zs5 (before the ba's were put in the nozzle).
    Here are some pics:
  4. nadezhda 6004
    That's exactly what I wanted. Mine were sent a couple of days ago.
    I think most of the users at this thread are sick and tired of sibilants inZS5/6.
  5. paulindss
    See guys... There is still Hope. I WILL NOT GIVE UP IN YOUR HYPE ZS10 !
    mbwilson111 and WalterTorino like this.
  6. Saoshyant
    As a fan of heavy EQ if it suits the music, you’d be surprised what you can coax out of an IEM that you didn’t think it capable of.
    carltonh and Slater like this.
  7. WalterTorino
    Damn it! So many different opinions! :)
    I have to try to listen to the zs10. May be it's not so bad as i thought...)
    paulindss likes this.
  8. archy121
    Just when I was about to skip z10 from being my first KS IEM you restored some hope.
    I Look forward to more detailed impressions from you. Please include comments on soundstage, 3D imaging, separation and how well lows & highs respond to equ.

    I’m glad to hear that they are not sibilant as I have tolerance issues with peaky highs.
    Can you confirm if the highs still have a good amount of sparkle and if not can equ help. I like to listen to some Trance/EDM and sparkle as well as sub bass helps with this genre.

    EDIT - Please comment on fitting inc. any issues with short nozzle. A photo with iem in ear would help

    Last edited: Apr 14, 2018
  9. EssentialEDM
    I'll try to give you some impressions, I haven't written one before so I will try my best. The highs aren't sibilent, likely due to the ba's being moved further away from the nozzle and they do sparkle a bit as some treble focused songs sound amazing, I listen to EDM as well so I guess my impressions should be inline with yours. There isn't much sub bass but I have heard that an eq greatly helps with this, I will try this at some point. As for comfort they are miles better than the zs5 I have. I will try to give a more detailed impression when I have time and answer some more of your questions.
    C2thew, Lorspeaker, Bartig and 2 others like this.
  10. paulindss
    Ops, wrong thread, Sorry.

    Last edited: Apr 14, 2018
  11. MyPants
    I'm just waiting for the ZS10 to get a solid coupon and hit around $30. I'm intrigued, but I can wait for this one.
  12. zazaboy
    who can give a comparison between kz zsr and the kz zs10? some users have the kz zs10 now so impressions are what we need..... I heard the kz zs10 is better .. but I need real impressions from this forum to make a final decision ... is the kz zs10 bassheavy or basslight.. what is the soundsignature exactly? how is treble .. is piercing fixed.. do people still notice some sort of sibilance.. in some tracks.. like the kz zsr? or is the sibilance gone in kz zs10.. think especially in some poor mastered tracks where sibilance is a issue.. are they good for edm? thanks
    Last edited: Apr 14, 2018
  13. DSebastiao
    Photos of the ZS10 are needed, to compare the colors.

    Also, anyone got the green ZS6?
  14. phower
    Those who have ZS10, is it worth the price? It may not be sibilant like ZS6 but if the performance doesn't match the price, I would rather buy other models like ED15 which is only $16 now and spend the rest of money on other models.
  15. charlescc2
    Any idea how the different brands compare comfort wise? I bought New Bee ones from GearBest and they absolutely kill my ears after ten minutes or so and I can't use them. It's been awhile since I used them but I'm pretty sure I was loving the bass increase vs starlines. I really wanted them to work but they hurt my ears more than I could tolerate. I read a lot of positive comments about Comply, but I'm wondering if its a case of if foams hurt your ears they all will, or if it could just be the brand. It was worth experimenting for a couple bucks for NBs on AE but I don't want to just jump in again for $15.

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