THOR Mjölnir MKII
An updated version of the first THOR model ever designed.
- 12.56mm Fusion Diaphragm Dynamic Driver IEMs
- Thunderous Bass, Brilliant Sound Details
- 3D Designed Acoustic Chamber
- Unique And Bespoke Manufacturing
- High-Resolution Custom Silver-Plated OCC Copper Cable
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All good, no problems, good build quality.
It would be nice if it had a microphone
Wife and i loved them. Only bit with connection blue tooth not 100% but again look at price
At first I wasn't impressed at all but after replacing tips from silicon to foam comply, everything changed and they sound incredible. Feeding them Khadas Tea mainly. Sometimes balanced ifi Zen.
Great Sound! With some EQ and some Power!
The headphones themselves look good and sit comfortably in my ears, however the charging case is flimsy and the headphones will not sit firmly inside. At the slightest jiggle they will stop charging. After trying for several days to get them to charge using different cables/locations I have not been able to get them to charge to max. They’re good for about 30 minutes of play time before I will get the low battery alert.
It can drive EQed balanced Hifiman HE400se with extra volume to spare. I am very pleased with my purchase.
Right. Now that the overly confusing title has caught some attention time to explain why I say this...
The Focus EDM has a naturally bassy-V shape signature. Forget about getting practically any detail in the mids out of these without giving them a bit of EQ.
BUT! After they have received a bit of EQ they are surprisingly detailed and sound quite good. The 5 star rating stems from the fact that the EDM is made for bassheads, no doubt about that, and for bassheads these will satisfy 90% of your needs. Even if they seem too bloated and bassy for your tastes then it's literally a case of fixing whatever you don't like with a tiny bit of EQ.
I got the Olinas with these and in terms of picking up detail in music, as long as the track isn't overly complex these can pull out almost as much detail as the Olinas but with worse imaging and seperation. These slam a bit harder than the Olinas though.
All in all recommended.
(P.s Most comfortable IEM's I have worn thusfar.)
Got 7 of them for church iems. They light, small and easy to use. Great beginner set.
I love the 7hz timeless becaous it give me very smooth flow of music. Detailed but not too crispy.