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They look better than I expected.
They don't look bad at all. I'm going to grab a pair right now
I ordered the silver/purple pair from Gearbest. Seems like they have the best deal right now - USD 13,25 with cheapest registered shipping method and some GB points.
I read your comment and was going to say it isn't smart to order based on looks. After actually seeing them I'm kind of tempted to order as well
they are fairly new and I can't seem to find many reviews. Somebody has to take one for the team!
I can't find them on gearbest. I found them on AE for 17USD though
Found them just now via Gearbest app at USD 15,40.
it must be something country related. the link you provided is not working here in italy. it just says "suspended"
NVM, I'll go with AE
EDIT: I ended up buying it on GB using a VPN
Is there anyone here who owns both ED16 and Tin Audio T2? I would like to see some compare between these two iems. I have a pair of ZSR now, its shape is big for my ears, although it sounds good but I want bass to get tamed a bit.
t2 and ed16 are completely different animals--t2 is bright/balanced and audiophile-accurate; ed16 is tuned quite close to the zsr, albeit with a better-controlled low end and a little less extension.
Since I have had a pair of DT1990 Pro for awhile, T2 seems to be a better choice for me how about another option from KZ that's similar to T2?
my understanding is that the zs10 and as10 are more balanced, but i don't own 'em and gotta defer to others on that
Guys, does anybody have an opinion on how the ZS3 compare to the ZSR? I am looking for a bass-head level iem. I currently own the ZS3, and I am wondering if there is something with more bass, or something with better sounding mids and highs, but the same bass as ZS3 in the KZ linup
I can't answer for the ZSR but people with ZS4 are quite confident this is an upgrade from ZS3 in all areas. I think only coil wasn't satisfied with treble at all and its extension for hi-hat and cymbals but if you're into bass-head music it shouldn't be a problem (and if you're sensitive to a possible sibilance you can fix it with foams tips or adding 1 micropore layer over the nozzle before mounting the tip).
Nonetheless, for $12ish, it's hard to complain.
Yeah, that seems to be what I am looking for as far as sound goes. I am just not very satisfied with the design, it wasn't very comfortable for me. Thanks for the suggestion though, I might give them a try anyways.