AK4493S DAC Chip Low-Jitter Output Modes Digital Decoder
- Built-in AK4493S DAC Decoding Chip
- XMOS 3rd-Generation USB Interface
- Low-Jitter Digital Output Modes
- Low Power Consumption
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I have not seen a product under the 100USD range that has switches and the SHINE caught my attention.
The earphones come with a handful of ear tips and a carry case but I have only tested it with the black ear tips that are already on them.
The cable material and colour look similar to that of the TinHiFi T2 Pro except for the connectors. I don't like both QDC and MMCX designs.
That being said, the earphones are well-made and the faceplate does seem "high-end" as advertised. However, with the black ear tips, the earbuds tend to stick out of my ears. Not a dealbreaker but it does affect the seal and isolation to a small extent.
The standard mode, with the switches unadjusted, provided an underwhelming first sound impression. Much power was needed to drive the earphones as well.
I did not expect much changes from the switches initially but to my surprise, they did make a difference, and a better one. It is pretty obvious when you compare the standard mode with the rest of the adjusted ones, especially with all the switches up. My personal preference is the HIFI mode with the 4th switch turned up.
I believe it will be a fun experience if you have not tried earphones with switches that do actually make a difference when adjusted.
JOYODIO seems to be a new company. With this experience with SHINE, I am excited to see what the company has to offer in the future.
As stated in the title, this is arguably the best bang for buck IEM cable under $50USD. It has detachable/swappable connectors, and is a braided cable as well. the build and presentation is nice but what I like most is that after the split it is still braided and doesn’t go to a singular strand/core. This limits the microphonics and works well
It's a very nice sounding earphone, showing a soundstage far beyond expected, with nice warm mids, slightly coloured and great treble extension. Check the full review on my YouTube channel.
TINHIFI C3: Just Simply Fine
△ Good quality shells as it has a solid built and has smooth contours.
△ Probably one of the best IEMs when it comes to fitting and comfort .
△ Good quality stock cable.
△ A sound signature that will be probably versatile to almost known music genre.
△ Fairly good technical aspects.
△ Textured with some transparency on note definition.
▽ Airy extension seems inadequate.
▽ For its asking price, the inclusions are a bit spartan.
▽ It has some perceptible peaks between upper mids and presence treble that treble-sensitives should be aware about it.
this cable is God-tier, especially for the price.
It never tangles, feels soft, it's not rigid and most importantly you do not hear cable drag.
I give 5/5 stars and highly recommended.
I really liked it, it is of good quality and it sounds excellent, better than the previous ones that I bought
Has an overall balanced output without any preference on a particular frequency.
Highs are not unpleasant even at max volume.
Mids are good,sound warm and have good separation. Could have benefitted from a tad bit more richness.
Bass response is quite impressive. Gets very deep and has the rumble that makes music enjoyable without being too exaggerated.
Soundstage is moderately wide.
Quite comfortable on the ears.
Go for them if they are.your first pair of IEMs.
For the price its amazing, sounds just perfect for the set i am using it! Recommended!
this is good cable.Good sound balance and good looks.
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