Seems decent for the price. Not amazing build/sound quality by any means but it's sennheiser I guess.
'Not amazing build/sound quality'
Honesty is the best policy.
PS, if anyone is willing to wait cop these. Couldn't seem to post it as a deal due to some ali express rule.
Price: AU $78.24 / piece
Sale Price:AU $41.47
These will absolutely destroy the sennheisers, well built, detachable cable and sound quality is unbeatable in the price range.
Mate, if you own TRN V80 as well, which one you prefer between these 2?
If you prefer a bassy/v shape go for the TRN, T2's are more neutral. So depends on your sound signature preference. But overall the T2's are technically superior to the TRN.
Curveball if you want to spend some more cash but what i'm over the moon about atm are BGVP's offering's. I've got the dm6 and they're the best IEM's i've used and punch wayyyy above their weight. BGVP DMG is also a killer as well and probably best bang for buck up with t2.
Thanks for your opinion mate, just receieved TRN V80, liking them. I might buy Tin Audio T2 or Echobox Audio Finder X1. I haven't herd much about BGVP, so will definitely do a bit of research about them. One thing for sure, I will never go crazy after the big brands audio after listening to these iems.
@OZA: Update: Just ordered Echobox X1 from Massdrop for AUD66 delivered after $10 voucher offered by Massdrop. These have some good reviews for treble and changable filters.
@OZA: Can't say that i've heard about the echobox's even though i'm quite the chi-fi fanatic although changeable filters are more of a gimmick. I owned LZ-A4's with changeable nozzle filters. Honestly better off just using EQ.
BGVP are pretty much it at the moment, really fun to listen to, if you like trn v80 you'll love the dmg/dm6. Yinyoo v2 aren't too bad either. What music do you listen to?
@GravitonSurge: thanks for suggestion, BGVP are expensive at the moment. Will definitely buy them when they are a bit cheaper. Pop, Instrumental and Classic.
Very average headphone. Really regretted.
Picked up these from QFF store recently, cost me $30 after points (they were discounted by 40% at the time, according to QFF) and while not fantastic, they definitely aren't terrible.
Best thing for me though, is that the buds are fairly small. I suffer chronic tinnitus and go to sleep most nights listing to an audiobook to distract myself from it. My old Xiaomi earphones were too large to comfortable sleep on my side with an earphone in on the pillow side, but the CX3.0's aren't a problem, I can barely feel they are there.
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