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Knowledge Zenith (KZ) impressions thread

  1. Dani157
    Sure. They should arrive in next couple of weeks, hopefully.
  2. pbui44
    Wow, the KZ starline flip-tips are so convenient to clean inside-and-out with 5-minute perfect sealing, making me want to buy spare KZ starlines. A perfect companion to my ZSAs, indeed. :)
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  3. Slater
    Awwww yeaahhhh, I agree the flip tips rock!
  4. Slater
  5. BadReligionPunk
    Lol. I'm going to recommend over ear headphones. Any kind. It doesn't matter. Just any pair please.
  6. Slater
    That person might be able to get some CIEMs to fit. They’d definitely be odd looking CIEMs!

    Also, I just noticed how rectangular (or almost square) their ears are. So even some over ears may not work, unless they had the rectangular ear pads.
    Last edited: Jul 6, 2019
  7. 1clearhead
    ...still trying to figure out where to insert? :deadhorse:
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  8. courierdriver
    Looks like this person could handle a good 3 way. One iem per hole, each covering a different set of frequencies. Just like speakers. The challenge of getting a good fit for each, tho...Lol!
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  9. archdawg
    Spent the better part of yesterday's afternoon enjoying my ZSA, I really like them quite a bit. Among other vibes I listened to some of my trusty test tracks yet again and these critters keep surprising me with their coherency*, pretty decent bass and vocals and spatial rendering (almost pinpoint imaging) that gives some of my more expensive and complex IEMs a run for the money. 12€ well spent, lol.

    * most of my hybrid and multi BA IEMs render the vibraphone on one of my test tracks with low frequency interferences; the ZSA reproduces those vibes like single DD phones without any additional, artificial LF beats. No matter how much I like some of my 3 or 4-way phones I guess I'm finally moving back to single or 2-way IEMs, like back in the day.
    Next stop: Toneking Nine Tails, wherever I'll see them on sale.
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2019
  10. gourab1995
    A well refined triple driver could go a long way. One for each low middle and high frequencies. Given it gets harder to manage crossover in an iem consisting a larger number of drivers. Would like to see more of that.

    That said I'm getting the zs10 pro for a trade with the zs7. Since as12 or a10 dont seem desirable to me sound wise. Dont think its worth buying without the trade.
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2019
  11. auraldesire95
    What would be a better purchase? The ZS6 (£27.64) or the ZS10 Pro (£32.41). There’s £4.77 difference and I’m stuck deciding which to buy.
  12. TheVortex
    Definitely the ZS10 pro. It is probably the best that KZ currently offer and the ZS6 have excessive treble.
  13. Tweeters
    I have a question: A lot of people were talking a while back about the ZSN Pro sounding almost identical to ZS10 Pro except for having brighter treble. Now, everyone hails the ZS10 Pro as the best KZ iem (rightfully so) but no one even mentions the ZSN Pro despite it being $16. Where does ZSN Pro "rank" among KZ's lineup? Is it actually close to ZS10 Pro, or is it just good for the price?
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  14. HungryPanda
    ZS10 Pro for sure
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  15. George Taylor
    I haven't heard the 10 Pro, but do have the ZSN Pro. I love them, and don't find them to be too treble happy at all. When I get a couple of bucks I'm planning on getting the 10's to give them a try. I do have the CCA C10 and can tell you I definitely prefer the ZSN to them. The C10 is kind of flat sounding in comparison, to me at least. Still not bad, just a little on the boring side.

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