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|Sold By||SAMURAI HANDS||Amazon.com||AUDIO EQUIP||Brainwavz Audio||Symphonized||V/Action|
|Headphone Fit||In-Ear||In-Ear||In-Ear||In-Ear, On-Ear, Over-Ear||In-Ear||In-Ear|
|Item Dimensions||3.74 x 6.5 x 1.46 in||3.25 x 3.6 x 6.75 in||0.39 x 0.79 x 47.24 in||—||4 x 8 x 1 in||9.3 x 9.06 x 8.11 in|
|Additional Features||lightweight||lightweight||Noise-Cancelling-Feature||Noise Isolation, Remote & Microphone||android-phone-control, ios-phone-control||ios-phone-control|
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Overall these IEMs produce a high quality soundstage and an amazing overall sound quality for the price. Bass is well balanced with the highs and mids so nothing is getting drowned out.
the Tenore's have not exhibited any sibilance. They are, in my opinion, not fatiguing to listen to even for long periods. Very lightweight and very
comfortable for me, though I did change the tips to Comply foam tips. I find the stock tips to be uncomfortable, but that is true for every earphone
I have used. The silicone tips just don't work for me comfort-wise.
I would have given these 5 stars, but for me, the cable is too short. I use earphones alot at work, and prefer to keep my iPod in the back pocket of
my pants. I can't do that with these. The cable simply is not long enough.
Overall, I'm very happy with the Tenores, particularly for the money. Well worth the price.
I have no clue how these headphones can produce such great sound for such a low price. For this kind of audio quality, my company charges 2-3 times what this product costs. It boggles my mind.
I've not been paid by anyone to write this. I bought this like a regular customer, with my own money. And I would buy it again.
To be fair I have stuffed them into my packet carelessly way too many times though I have tried to take care of them. They are very balanced against what others tend to offer in the under $50 range. I can't say what you get for more than $50 as I just don't spend more than that on a set of in ear headphones. I do have a set of over the ear beats but I got them as a gift and though they sound good this set of in ears still manages to do very well in spite of the slight damage it seems to have after nearly 2 years of use. I don't know how long most of them tend to last but this set has lasted longer than my other in ear's have with use. Most of them don't pass the 1 year mark without getting screwed up in a very noticeable way.
The only thing I will say is if you are looking for something to go deep on drums or heavy metal stuff this set won't really "punch" you like your likely looking for. I have two other in ear headphones that have much stronger natural bass, but lack on detail. This set really can separate and add detail but lacks power when compared to other in ears below $50.
I am not sure they are better than the TDK BA200. They have a similar sound profile as in fairly flat but the Zero Tenore has slightly more bass and more top end sparkle. The Tenore may have a more dynamic sound as well. Where is MIGHT be a tad recessed is on female vocals (the fundamentals slightly de-emphasized).
I also own Earsonics SM2 and although good, I like the Tenores better. The Earsonics have a definite sound signature which makes it sound some what "dead" to me.
The only earphones which are clearly superior are the UM Miracles (Customs) but to sound good, they REQUIRE a low impedance driving amp like my Vorzuge Pure II and the Cypher Labs DAC helps too. Straight out of the Iphone underwhelms.
I also own the Xioami Piston III (which I like better than the just released Xioami Pro and crap like the Symphonized NRG earphones which have driver flex and nasty peakiness in upper mids). The Tenore is far superior.
I have also owned the Westone W30 and UM30 Pro. I didn't like the "house sound" of the Westone series compared to the TDK BA200 which is flatter and has less of it's own signature.
Given then I am mostly comparing the Tenores to stuff costing WAY more (in the case of the UM Miracles, $1000 before AMP and DAC), this is a stone cold "Giant Slayer". Highly recommended for the price.
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The bass is way forward on these with some of the highs rolled off.Read more