-Olina se is really compact and will fit most ears, however, the nozzle is on the short side and I've been having problems getting a proper seal, especially in my right (rather large) ear. YMMV
- condensation is STILL an issue for Olina
- The set itself is well made and feels solid enough, it's quite pleasant to look at, the included case is nice, the cable is thin, a bit tangly and feels (not necessarily is) flimsy but does its job fine, included eartips just feel cheap, no success in getting a proper seal with them
- the stage is definitely Olina se's strength at this price point, imaging is good though it can get a little congested with busier tracks, with a single DD you can't ask for much more
-the set feels neutral with added bass that to me is adequate but at times feels a little "out of place" and "incoherent" with the rest of the mix, on some tracks it lacks definition compared to slightly more expensive planars but is fine among the sub 100$ crowd, It's by no means bad but it rumbles rather than slams compared to something like the s12.
- mids are great, not the most full-bodied, not thin either, no nitpicks here, they shine on airy tracks, acoustic etc
- treble is good, never too shouty but might get close, adds nice contour and timbre
-they are somewhat similar to the titan s, similar detail and overall feel but with a wider stage and more bass than that set, I liked dunu accessories more
- not sure about sources but seems like a portable dac can get more out it compared to a passive dongle on my phone, something i haven't noticed with the mentioned sets
Get it if you like acoustic tracks, genres like jazz, soft rock etc
This iem can also rumble when pushed so you can daily it as a fun all-rounder too, though I don't think it was meant for that.