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Zero Audio - ZH-DX200 Carbo Tenore | ZH-DX210 Carbo Basso (Carbon & Aluminium IEM) thread

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  1. AudioAw2015
    Got them on ebay from a seller named akibashipping. I couldn't pick them up tonight, will go tomorrow morning and post impressions later on. 
  2. AudioAw2015
  3. Lurk650
    He doesn't have Mezzo anymore. ZB03 is $80 which is almost double the suggested retail
  4. Lurk650
    Initial impressions of them?
  5. Sopp
    Zero Audio IEMs are available on Amazon.co.jp and shipped internationally through AmazonGlobal directly.
  6. AudioAw2015

    I'll move it to a new thread and post it there.
  7. Lurk650

    Cool. Please link to new thread
  8. AudioAw2015
    Lurk650 likes this.
  9. audionoobz
    Hey guys, so id be going to japan next week and im really looking foward to getting new iems. Which ones would be cheaper there and which would you guys recommend? Im quite keen on getting the tenores? But im open to suggestions, thank you!!
  10. Pastapipo

    I was there last week. The Tenores are very cheap if ordered through amazon.co.jp. Otherwise visit the e-earphone stores or yodobashi camera department stores, they have a lot of iems hanging out to demo. Pick your favourite :wink:
  11. Raketen
    Last edited: Apr 27, 2017
  12. audionoobz
    Unfortunately, i wont be able to shop for long and i would only have time to buy it and rush off to my transit plane that i would have to catch :frowning2:. So, i think i have made my mind up even before reaching there but i dont know which one to get,any recommendations below $100 for music like the top 40 charts, acoustic music and also edm which i can get for cheaper there? Thanks guys!
  13. Marc Lian
    The Carbo Tenore is quite versatile, good bang for buck if you get it cheap. Hard to go wrong with that.
  14. loki993
    I have these and I'm struggling with them. On one hand I really like the sound, on the other hand when they go in my ears they basically create such a vacuum that they feel like theyre going to suck my eardrums out. I tried james444s mod, which is cutting a strip off of another tip and putting the tip you use over it so it creates a little opening between the barrel of the IEM and the tip. This works great in getting rid of the vacuum, however it also sucks all the life out of these headphones. with the mod in place nearly all the bass is gone and everything just sounds flat and lifeless.

    Is there anything else I can do to get rid oft eh vacuum or are there other headphones out there that are similar to the Tenores but don't have the vacuum issue?
  15. rambomhtri
    I don't experience any vacuum issue at all, they are the most comfortable headphones I've ever tried. Period.
    There are trick like opening you mouth while you put them, and many others, but I put them in the right spot just with my hands. If I have a pressure issue, I move them to one side, let the air come in, and then come back to the centre. But I don't know, I spent no more than 5 s setting them.
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