Sony IER-Z1R Signature Series in-Ear Headphones (IERZ1R),Black/Silver
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Separation is excellent too, you can pin point different instruments in the orchestra. The instruments have plenty of air arround them. The headphones don't lose coherence when playing very complex passages like a full chorus with brass section and violins (Claudio monteverdi Selva morale espirituale/Gabriel garrido Enselble elyma). What I like: the mid spectrum, vocal, lower trebles density and resolutions, warmer sound signature, airy, design, comfort ability, build quality, the flows and fluidity, the musicality, engaging, darker but very detailed and meaty trebles with great extensions that is not fatiguing.
IER-Z1R - Sony Dòng Tai Nghe Kiểm Âm In-Ear Độc Quyền IER-Z1R - Sony
Each earbud is a piece of art crafted to perfection. The quality is not just skin deep; every building aspect has been thought through. It's all top-notch, from the premium materials to how they feel in your ears.
Headphones - ZMF Auteur (Cocobolo), Sennheiser HD800s, ZMF Atticus (Bloodwood), Stax SR-L300L, Sony WH-1000XM3 All these headphones come in nice boxes; though the IER-Z1R comes with a cardboard jewelry box, with drawers. Also for the record, the IER-Z1R comes included with the greatest of cables, both 3.5mm and 4.4mm balanced. Of all the headphones talked about here, it’s the IEM which is dependent on fit. Meaning they may not fit your ears, and if they don’t fit your ears the party is over. This single concept makes full-size headphones much easier to use in the end. Though for this extra effort we are gifted with a inner head-stage. As the tip sits inside your cranium the sound is both inside and outside your head. This concept in and of itself gets us a different perspective in sound display. Also I can’t help but reinforce the medical insertion of detail into your brain. The IEMs go the extra mile to put the music closer to your soul and under your skin. Also the display is like reading a normal size book where full-size headphones can almost take more effort to take in?
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This review is for the people who already watched every Z1R Review on YouTube, read every Review here on Head-Fi and just wants an additional opinion from an long-time owner about if he should really pull the trigger or not. It's not a sound dissected into parts; it's a complete musical experience. From the most complex compositions to the simplest melodies, the IER-Z1R translates them into an auditory landscape that feels alive. Taking the Sony house sound to a more mature and maybe advanced level; because everything is clearer; it’s that detailed 3D no stopping clarity! A more physical and carved-out bass than with the full-size Z1R yet focused like the Z7. The IEM here actually becomes of more finesse yet touchable as well as comprehensible! Here we are met with a more in-your-head soundstage, being a more concentrated and mind-bending elixir.balanced terminated cable (new standard, I really like this a lot, but again not the most practical, not yet)