2022 March Linsoul Earphones Reviews
by Kareena Tang on Apr 15, 2022
"The tonality of the V16 Divinity is ThieAudio flexing what it can do, having shown off several iterations before with the hybrid-driver Legacy and tribrid-driver Signature series without bringing it to the all-BA driver Voyager series. Indeed, it could also be my inexperience with expensive IEMs speaking, but as it stands, the V16 Divinity is the most impressive overall from the ever-growing set of IEMs I have here, including several kilo-buck and multi-kilo-bucks sets. There will always be a market for high-end IEMs, and I can recommend the V16 Divinity in that regard. Just make sure to read the entire review for a better understanding of whether this set is for you or not."
"In summary, I found the 7Hz Eternal to be both a good-looking and comfortable wearing set of IEMs. They have great soundstage and detail, but I found their bass (and upper mids to an extent) to be a little too elevated for my taste (I prefer a more balanced presentation). However, for those who like a livelier (read: fun) tonal balance combined with a bit of refinement, they may be just what the Dr. ordered."
(Image credit: Redcarmoose)
"I had some sort of high expectations for the TRN BAX, and it has blown most of them out of the water. The fit is the one main detriment to its quality, otherwise, I would be struggling to find any major criticisms. Its sound signature is so detailed and smooth, and I never tired of its timbre. For $312, this is one of the best IEMs that I’ve come across in its range, and I’m glad to have tried it out."
By Alex Schiffer
"The HeartField Deer is another impressive ChiFi IEM that comes at a great price. The sound signature is rich and wide and stands out from its competition with its power. Its drive contrasts its flashy design really nicely too, bringing you one of the most aesthetically stylish IEMs around today. For $169 I think the Deer is a no-brainer, especially if you’re a fan of more aggressive genres."
By Alex Schiffer
"More than most headphones, the Bravery is really the sum of its parts. While it may not be the best of its class in any one way, the whole experience is really very impressive. They do enough right that when all of those disparate elements come together, they create something that really is quite great. See Audio are experts at tuning and that is crystal clear with this very fun set."
By Christopher Coke