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They have a lot less bass, as I still remember. Rather treble-heavy. Should be the great iem with better, more spatious DAP than M5s.
For this reason (if you can confirm it to me) I was inclined to buy Tansio Mirai 8 Space
 
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For this reason (if you can confirm it to me) I was inclined to buy Tansio Mirai 8 Space
Am I satisfied with the buy? Yes definitelly, TSMR8 are what I wanted, clear, energic sound with more bass. Space should be for someone looking for U-shaped treble driven spatious sound. I'll add more impressions later, they're surely burning-in.
 
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Am I satisfied with the buy? Yes definitelly, TSMR8 are what I wanted, clear, energic sound with more bass. Space should be for someone looking for U-shaped treble driven spatious sound. I'll add more impressions later, they're surely burning-in.
So the space is u-shaped. What is the TSMR8 then?
 
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So the space is u-shaped. What is the TSMR8 then?
I think the difference is that the TSMR 8 has more low end, more body and a high end in line with the rest. TSMR 8 space, should have less power and persistence in the low range. A clearer and forward-shifted high range, all with a lot of three-dimensionality. In short ..... TSMR 8 Space should approach a "studio" or "pro" sound. At least by reading the comments.

But the only one who can confirm or not what I have only supposed, I think it is really, xxAMAROKxx which after all I think is the only one who had them.

I am also waiting for your reflections because I would like to buy Tansio Mirai TSMR 8 SPACE
 
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The same reasoning of the Tansio Mirai 8 and Tansio Mirai 8 SPACE, I had done it with two versions of the QDCs. That is the QDC 8 SH and the QDC 8 SS. Going to read it can be deduced that here too there is a version (SH) plus hifi (hence the suffix sH, H as HiFi) and the QDC 8 SS (where sS, S suffix for studio). I think more or less the same reasoning can be done for the TSMR 8 and TSMR 8 SPACE. For curiosity you can read this below between QDC 8 SS vs QDC 8 SH.

https://headphone.guru/the-qdc-8ss-...ned,soundstage, aggressive tuning and imagery.
 
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So the space is u-shaped. What is the TSMR8 then?
It is a `w´-shape realy. A lot of sub-bas. The bass is the thing which stops me to turn up the volume more on many songs.
Full-boddied neutral-warmer very clear midrange and clear crisp treble with emphasis in higher range. No sign of odd timbre. Vocals are excelent, upfront and open more after some burn-in.
Vocals on Space seemed to be smoother, surely more behind the treble. But it was very short time with it.
 
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