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Knowledge Zenith (KZ) impressions thread

  1. Aparker2005
    I like the AS10 over the zsr. Highs and bass seem more balanced to me, plus I like the fit if the AS10 more. My zsr are currently in the drawer with my AS10 and zs10 leading the pack.
     
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  2. SSandDigital
    Yeah for that, I would have taken a chance on the Toneking T4 of BGVP DMG instead of all of those.
     
  3. Slater
    Different strokes for different folks.

    Maybe he wanted to try out different signatures, or wanted 1 pair for work, 1 for home, 1 for the gym bag, etc.

    Regardless, he still got some nice stuff on his list.
     
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  4. carltonh
    Well, I'm still comparing to hundreds of earphones and headphones I've accumulated over the past decade+, and the quantity and quality of low end is at the least equal to anything else, for those who can get a good deep fit for the ZS10. And It is definitely a quality measure as well. You can tell in music that has deep subbass, even if nothing more than a well mic'ed bass drum that is intended to share that feeling lower than hearing.
     
  5. Tobsen88
    Is anyone listening to metal? I am on holiday and left my reference iem (ibasso it01) at home cause of sand and salt at the beach. Got my kz es4 and zs6 and trn v80 with me and I am listening to all three. I just found out that the es4 is a true metalhead. The mids are the most "fat" experience of the three while listening to amon amarth, system of a down or rammstein. Man these are awesome. Just wanted to let you know ..
     
  6. Pruikki
    O yes, Metal. Amon amarth.
    now i will get ES4 just for that maybe :D thanks. and will order AS10 for 42€ or so
     
  7. Tobsen88
    IMG_20180903_140633.jpg Sweet little combo... Shanling M0 and KZ ES4. Cable is taken from my V80's cause the KZ one is... You know what it is
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2018
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  8. randomnin
    Thanks, using the V80's cable on ES4 is a good idea! Though I have nothing in particular against KZ cables (other than the split being too low, but V80's cable is the same on that). I just like the aesthetics better.
     
  9. Slater
    For me it’s all about the memory wire. I love the soft formed rubber type that TRN (and others like BQEYZ and UiiSii) use.

    I really wish KZ would switch to this type. Their metal memory wire is why a lot of people rip it out (which isn’t ideal either, because the cable has trouble staying in place).

    KZ could also use a small piece of pre-formed titanium wire In place of their bendable wire. Titanium retains its memory like the TRN type.
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2018
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  10. randomnin
    The metal wire fits me well, but it's much harder than the rubber so sleeping with earphones on might end up in having painful sores around ears. That I do not want.
     
  11. neo_styles
    This is exactly why I switched to OKCSC's cables. They use a soft insulation instead of memory wire. Stays in place with much less work and I think the cable length is more ideal.
     
  12. mbwilson111
    Yes, my OKCSC cable is very comfortable. I cost more than some of my KZs though. I am using it on my Hotfi HM9 (6BA per side)

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  13. neo_styles
    Don't discount the ZS6 for metal. Different representation, but I find it's more energetic than the ES4, which helps for some of the more cleanly-produced stuff. Tool, Iced Earth, Dream Theater, and Otep all sound stunning with the ZS6.
     
  14. neo_styles
    I think I've got the same exact cable (assuming that's the 7N copper model). Between that one and the more "standard" model with a mic, it's really hard to go back.

    Screenshot_20180903-110831__01.jpg
     
  15. mbwilson111
    This is mine. I only buy cables with no mic and I choose the no mic option when there is one. I don't need one.

    This one is MMCX. I just posted the photo to show how nice my OKCSC cable is:)

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/OKC...stal-Plated-Copper-for-Shure/32830043484.html

    Do you have a link to your two pin one?
     

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