Linsoul HarmonicDyne Zeus 50mm Beryllium Dynamic Driver Headphone, High-Definition Audio Performance with Walnut Housing, Nano Velvet Earpads, OCC Cable
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If you’re wondering how I’d describe them in a few words, that would be: speedy, punchy, engaging, hard slamming, airy sounding, well-spread around the listener with a strong bass delivery and with an excellent upper treble presence, having a great detail retrieval. It’s hard associating them with other headphones, there is a little bit of the Focal cleanness in here, but it’s more lit un top, there is plenty of bass to please a bass-addict and midrange although linear, it wasn’t sloppy at all. Most importantly it didn’t sound thin, lifeless, boring or bright to me, that would be a critical mistake with a flagship headphone. You end up with a lengthy Frankenstein contraption that’s really long and rather cumbersome but I kinda like its quirkiness. Generally, it’s a high-quality cable although the handling could be better. Sound
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Midrange.: This is the honey pot. This is the end of the rainbow regarding this Gear. This is a mids dominated sonic treat. This is what you want in your Arya, and your HD800, but you didnt get it, and those are fine products. But THIS is a : "sounds like a British company made it"....Its almost too harmonically complex, actually.
Dual 3.5 mm TRS from headphones to 4.4 mm TRRS connector (w/3.5 mm and 6.35 mm TRS adapters) to source Overall, Zeus felt as a more technical sounding headphone, unearthing a higher level of detail while also sounding bigger and wider on all axes, it had more information up top that would further increase the perception of more air around the notes and of a higher detail retrieval.
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Final Analysis : Who will the HD Zeus please ? : Anyone who likes a warmer tonality , a sweet sound, and enough detail retrieval to be able to see into the music. Oiran I by Meitei contains a cornucopia of samples from different origins with different treble signatures. A good transducer can separate out these samples and reveal the harmony between them. With the Zeus Elite, the sources jumble together, and some of them are rendered nearly unintelligible, with an artificial timbre. Overall, Zeus seems to be targeting the Harman OE 2017 curve, that focuses mostly on a great bass and treble performance at the cost of a recessed upper midrange and I’m fine with that.The founder of Linsoul realized that Hifi music listening should be inspirational and modern stylish. It can be combined with sound quality and stylish to express your music style. Compared to the very low-end biased Meze 99 Classics, (as expected) the Zeus has less bass quantity, but I would not consider the Zeus bass-shy at all. They come across as brighter than the 99 Classics overall, but there is plenty of low-end thump for EDM or other low-frequency focused genres. Midrange
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Headphone Amps: Benchmark HPA4, SparkoS Labs Aries, Flux Lab Acoustics FCN-10, Burson Conductor 3X Performance, LittleDot MKIII SE, SMSL SP400, SH9, Topping A50S Damage due to user negligence, accidents, disassembly, waterlog, misuse, abuse, alterations or vandalism.I find the Phoenix sound to be more neutral. The Zeus do have a bit more treble and more air than the Phoenix, yet realizing this is not obvious due to the punchier mid bass from the Zeus. Both headphones sound very nice. Neither headphone has any wildly uncontrolled and piercingly harsh sounding resonant frequencies in the treble region. This is important in terms of preventing listening fatigue. This also is a good indicator of well thought out design and good tuning. I’ve read a lot of your articles. You spend so much time focused on graphs that you have no idea how to discuss the sound. Your X55 “review” was the last straw for me It was useless and disturbingly dismissive.