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The build quality and comfort of the BLON B50 is great. Unfortunately, that didn't translate to audio fidelity for me. I found the sound to be thin and constrained. Playing with adjusting the pads might help. But for just a little bit more money the ThieAudio Ghost is a significantly better sounding headphone, although they aren't closed back. If closed back is a requirement, I think the Rode NTH-100s provide a better overall value than the BLON B50, even with the decent bump in cost.
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I am very satisfied ,ordered on 10.3.and 13.3.delivered to the Czech Republic. They met my expectations, beautifully balanced, I'm happy thanks
My first pair of budget iems were the KZ zsn pro X and they left alot to be desired in both sound quality and build quality. Now that I have the zero's, I can say they blow my old pair out of the park. The detail in the 7hz zero is amazing for 20 dollars and sounds great with vocals for kpop. I personally eq'd them to include a slight bump in the mid bass frequency and I love it. Would definitely recommend to someone who just wants a nice balanced listening experience with room to experiement with EQ.
I love them. Already spamming my whole family to buy them as well.
I am relistening to music I know and am discovering new details. The scene is so large. And all the different type of sounds are really precise, basses and highs.
Still awesome cable(i have it for my HD600) BUT not compatible for Meze 99 Neo and 99 Classics.
They took a little longer to burn in than the last IEM's I purchased, but are a huge bang for buck product.
My preferences don't seem to line up with most experts/reviewers. I found the T4 + to be a nice relaxing listen with plenty of detail.
I fell for the YouTube review as well, and wish I had waited for other opinions... These have an awful echo with certain frequencies; you can literally hear sharp sounds reflecting and pinging inside the cans. And this site's return policy doesn't even last as long as the burn-in period stated in the user manual.
I took off the beautifully crafted headband and used it to fix my Hifiman HE-4XX.
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It follows a mild v shaped but it's very well done, at $55 it punches above it's own weight, I very much recommend it.
Comfortable, sound great. Not too expensive. Exactly what I wanted.
I purchased the BTR7 for the increase in power over the BTR5 and the 4.4 Pentacon connection.
While the bulk of my listening is portable audio, the extended battery life of the BTR7 means I can use it to take high resolution audio and feed it from the BTR7 directly into my HIFI system pure and direct… listening at concert levels…. Well till my neighbours complain and I get a grapefruit through the window…
The thing I miss the most on the BTR7 is the lack of a clip or holder to secure it to yourself while you are on the move…. This will force you to get inventive and sort out some sort of lanyard holder or in my case modifying an old multi tool pouch so I can clip it to my belt.
The battery life is reflected in the way it is used, if you are driving planar headphones through the 4.4mm connection… you might get 3 or 4 hours…. Listening to IEM’s through the 3.5mm connection and the battery life will double…
The other feature I found is the support of MOA encoded music from Tidal… this is awesome and something I enjoy listing to…
Interfacing with the BTR7 menus is best carried out using the Fiio Control App, which you can download along with firmware updates from the Fiio website.
I am very pleased with my purchase and can happily recommend the BTR7