HiFiGo SeeAudio x Z Reviews Rinko 1 Dynamic Driver+1 Planar Drivers in-Ear Monitors, Hybrid Drivers HiFi IEMs in-Ear Earphones Equipped with Customized Silicone/Foam Ear Tips (Rinko)
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While an external amplifier is not required for the SeeAudio Yume, an amp, such as the iFi ZEN CAN, yields a punchier bass response. Once again, I would like to send my gratitude to LVY YAN of HIFIGO TEAM for providing this review unit. Vocals are pushed back at the back of my head and nuances are somehow muted compare to the other synergies.
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Rinko’s stage is wide, reaching the edges of the headspace but its centre image is a little vague in regards to focus and stability. When you login first time using a Social Login button, we collect your account public profile information shared by Social Login provider, based on your privacy settings.Although they appear tainted and rough due to the lack of details and texture, they do feel rounded and bold when combined. Instrument like cymbals and electric guitars also has this nice definition to them and never feel harsh, peaky nor too sharpened, it is just right. There is almost no shape memory pre-splitter however after it does have a little bit of shape memory.
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The first observation on the bass response of Rinko is that it is rather punchy and with authoritative slam as both bass parts are quite capable of delivering on such quantity and quality.As instruments particularly on strings, they sound less natural are they are way too warm that gives a "buttery" and warmer tones on guitars and violins. Not gonna lie, I find the treble quite enjoyable and is one of the things that I like with the Yume. I do like the cable of the Rinko, It’s soft, looks rather appealing and doesn’t tangle, the earhooks are comfortable and I can’t find any cons to it.