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  1. Tommy C
    Yes sir, still available online.
  2. sejsel
    Also, a really good looking IEM, although I do like the aesthetics of the Masters as well, even if they are very different in that regard...
  3. Karendar
    Chex mix for everyone!
  4. eldus
    I do clearly remember the freq range for the Masters was on the site, 20-20k human hearing . The ohms however, I do not remember

    Edit, the Vyrus V1s had it displayed as well
    Last edited: May 16, 2017
  5. sejsel
    Second this; while I initially really did not like the red filters and never put them again on the Masters, (it seemed to me that they somehow muffled the sound),
    I have exactly the same (as stated in the post above), very positive impression of the black filters, they simply seem to do the trick to my ears.

    I am putting the Masters daily through a lot of musical material, and, also as stated above, continuing to be very pleased with them.
    Last edited: May 16, 2017
  6. guysmileeey
    It's why I order the Master also. I like impactful bass, I just don't want it to stick around too long or get muddy
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  7. bjaardker
    To say that the Master isn't an "improved" PM4 may be true on the surface. However the PM4 was clearly served as a beta trial for the Master. The changes in design, style, and sound can be directly related back to the feedback they got from the PM4.
    guysmileeey and Tommy C like this.
  8. guysmileeey
    Every change made was a response to community feedback. Whether that's a good or bad thing is up to interpretation.
  9. Midgetguy
    I think there's a a certain balance to strike with responding to community feedback. Sure, you can't do everything people ask, so I think they did right in that sense. But the problem is they haven't yet done well with spacing out their releases. Made the Delta, replaced it 6 months later; released Delta V2, discontinued 8 months later; released Sabre, discontinued 6 months later; released PM4, discontinued immediately to be replaced by the Master. Most other companies I've seen usually give a product life span about a year (aka, the default warranty period) before discontinuing them. Trinity Audio moves too quickly in that sense.
    bjaardker likes this.
  10. IamMe90
    Oh, the delicious irony.

    PS yes I know that's probably why you used the phrasing "in that sense." Still. Lol
  11. IamMe90
    And honestly... not sure what's going on with my Masters, but they're sounding very much worse compared to how they sounded out of the box. i've been using them quite a bit, but still... the lower frequencies produce an insane amount of staticky fuzz noise now at a decent volume. honestly, my hyperions sound better. :/
  12. Tooros
    Why are people having issues with the bulk/size/weight of the Y connector? I appreciate it's a bit weird but are you elves? It's hardly noticeable?
  13. Layman1
    "Are you elves?"
    Amid the ocean of doom and gloom, this was an island of hilarity
    Tartix, Tooros, Midgetguy and 5 others like this.
  14. Xyntec
    Meanwhile Trinity is ignoring my request of cancelling a preorder through their website for more than a week now...
    I wrote them three times, but all I hear is "we will solve this".
    Good to see PM6 is done after 5 months of quality checks. I'd like to know what they did since december as production obviously started in April.
    I can't even receive my item, because I'm not at home anymore...
  15. PxOR
    wait the icarus I is offered? when? Trinity did mentioned this in the email at some point, but it did not give a specific date. I seemed to have missed the memo. :frowning2:

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