After initial burn in of around 40/50 hrs i can say im impressed with these IEMs.
Lows- Well rounded and has enough presence on most tracks however sometimes it is lacking a little extra sub feel that is needed but overall very impressed with how balanced the lows are and for the majority of tracks the bass ~70/80hz is fine . Listening to B1 - Ghostride The Drift , deep dub vibes from Rhythm and Sound , Madlib, Deepchord's dub techno sub basslines from albums like Liumin or campfire EP with fuzzy low mid pads really make the T3s worth checking out ; showing off how balanced they are and not all just about cranking up the bass for immature ears .
Mids- Sometimes the hardest to nail at a cheaper price are the clarity and focus of the mids , the T3s do a fine job and produce smooth natural timbres when listening to acoustic materials and has the clarity and warmth to take you to anything from jazz to jungle without that fatigue. Tracks like Washington School - Atlas Sound , Caveman LSD's "Untitled" album , Hands by Ataxia (in 24/192) is amazing the clarity with the vocals of John Frusciante really shining through in those mids!
Highs- Nicely clear and focused , handles the majority of material with ease and there is no unwanted peaks yet there are a few areas of slight harshness that appear in certain tracks ... The high end really produced some lovely shimmers in Nepalese Bliss - The Irresistible Force and some jazz of Bobby Hutcherson - Idle While track really held up with that flute and trumpet and wasnt as harsh as expected remaining nicely balanced throughout .
Side Note- (For an all round just general unreal electronic experience check out "Topdown Dialectic" , the T3s really highlight the elevated sound design and production of that guy , in my opinion the most pioneering artist in the electronic field over the past few years)
The Cable- yeah the cable is amazing , love the 8strand silver plated copper and it feels very well made and im sure adds to those crispy , airy highs.
Extras- I like the extra tips included, for me the small foam tips are the best for all rounder followed by the medium red shaft silicone tips that initially come on them . (Also packaging is great)
Overall i think these are 9/10 for sound quality, they are natural sounding and have a good spatial sound , not a crazy V shape tune and for the price man its pretty crazy. Its also very tricky as every track is produced differently in the studio/ DAW setting to the artists personal preference, the T3s are very good at highlighting the flaws of bad EQing on certain instruments or synths or one of the worst things for me is over compression of the drums - these will bring up any bad production and will fatigue your ears with the high end slightly at higher volume but really if you avoid those very few tracks/artists or albums that will do that, these are very well rounded pieces and worth the coin.
Ill also add that Linsoul shipped these in good time and there was no issues with the process. Thank you !