Linsoul 7Hz Salnotes Zero HiFi 10mm Dynamic Driver In-Ear Earphone IEM with Metal Composite Diaphragm Stainless Steel Faceplate Detachable 2Pin OFC Cable (Black, Without Mic)
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Tests were done with a Khadas Toneboard DAC -> Schiit Asgard 3 amp, E1DA 9038, Questyle M15, Colorfly CDA M1, Tempotec Sonata HD Pro (BHD firmware mod), Apple dongle, smartphone, Hiby R3 Pro Saber 2022 DAP, and Sony NW A-55 DAP (Walkman One mod) using FLAC and WAV files.
music because this is where you get a lot of buildup with guitars, vocals, and even the top-end of the bass guitar Coming to treble yes it has one of the best treble Perfomante under 2k there are no sharp peeks or anything like thatzero sounds good , balanced sound signature but tone and timbre is not natural (metallic) like CHU and BASS is also less...overall i feel CHU is better , so if u have CHU jus be happy and dont get tempted like me to buy this The bass on the Mangird Top is deep, impactful, and textured. It's not overly boosted, but it's definitely present and gives the IEM a fun and engaging sound. The bass is also very well-controlled, so it doesn't bleed into the mids or highs. everything between 80 and 300 hertz. In this area, we’ve got instruments like bass guitar and the low end of a
Better dynamics. Quieter instruments and voices don't get lost or drowned easily (post EQ), unless they are outside the E3000's inherent frequency range of course.The treble on the Mangird Top is extended and airy, but it's not too bright or harsh to my ears. This makes the IEM sound very open and spacious. The treble is also very detailed and can hear all the high-frequency details in your music. The shells have ‘L’ and ‘R’ lettering to delineate the left and right sides of the earpieces, respectively. I did not find any driver flex on my set. However, this partially depends on ear anatomy and the type of tips used. Internals
Better sub-bass extension. In 'Smooth Criminal' you can clearly 'feel' the heartbeats on the Zero, whereas with the E3000 you can 'only hear' them, faintly. This is a Big difference. The CHU are tuned to Moondrop’s virtual diffuse sound field (VDSF) tuning philosophy (their in-house variant of the Harman curve).It is important to note that the 3.5mm version of the Salnotes Zero does not come with a microphone. However, the Type-C version of the earphones comes with a microphone that works decently well. During this review, we used the 3.5mm version, but we also tested the Type-C version and found that the microphone works well enough for making calls and voice chats.