Linsoul Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite Performance Custom 8BA in-Ear Monitor IEM with Detachable 4-core 7N Oxygen-Free Copper OFC Cable, Handcrafts Faceplate for Audiophile Studio Musician(Green)
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IEMs like the DUNU SA6 have a dramatic (open) area for the bass BAs to resonate into, also the TSMR-5 shows an area where the BAs are mounted, and another half open and not filled with resin, to give resonance to the sound waves. Amps/DACs: FiiO E17K Alpen 2, Woo Audio 3, Sony TA-ZH1ES, Schiit Asgard, Cambridge Audio DACMagic Plus, Shanling UA3, PENON TAIL DAC/AMP The Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite is a very interesting proposition as it manages to sound neutral, balanced and transparent, making it suitable for critical music listening and professional applications, but without sacrificing musicality and engagement.
JVC Spiral - I experienced the closure of the vocalists and instruments while wearing the spiral eartips, which I took to mean that the midrange and treble, particularly the upper midrange and lower treble, sounded more forward with lots of nuances and exposure. Across the entire area, the bass seemed to be the most in control and submissive. With the exception of the stage, resolution, and imaging, which felt narrower but deeper when using these eartips, the technical aspects remained largely unaltered. The resolution was the greatest of the three eartips I tried, and the imaging had a calming, smooth clarity across the sounds. The Kiwi Ears Orchestra Lite is made from a skin friendly resin compound with a semi-custom, anatomical shape and is available in two faceplate colors, green and blue. The mids on the Mangird Top are slightly recessed, but they're still clear and present. Vocals sound natural and realistic, and instruments are well-defined. The male vocals sound a little thin when compared to Tin Hifi T2 which is a mid-forward iem.P. P. S. True. 30095 are constantly refined, but not the most recent ones in BA15, and based on your treble preference, you would not stand those two in a nozzle of BA15. Then in 160+ hours, one's ears perhaps could adapt My DD 2.5 to 3.5 is also functioning, but if anything -TRI adapters are more robust and utilitarian.
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When it comes to the high frequencies, the Blessing 3 offers a clean performance that is characterized by its accurate reproduction. Its high frequencies are transparent and extended, giving the signature an expansive feel without any trace of sibilance. The Orchestra Lite’s treble is soft and smoother with no chance of being harsh or too sharp.Woah! Nice Clam Chowder!! Good soup. Ah this clam isn’t properly treated… I feel some sands and plankton inside clam’s intestines remained…”