KBYN KZ ZS10 五司机入耳监控高分辨率耳机/耳塞带可拆卸电缆 红色
- 五驱动器系统 - 这款耳塞由一个动态驱动和四个平衡骨架驱动单元组成，提供一个非常平衡、强大和清晰的声音阶段，为音乐家创造一个令人难以置信的聆听体验。
- 音频电缆 - 镀铜编织电缆通过各种严格的质量测试，并可提高耳内耳机的性能。
- 小巧且充满灵敏的设计 - 轻便、低调的形状设计旨在舒适地在耳朵里保持舒适
- 带无线安装的可拆卸电缆 - 2 针 0.75mm 连接器使耳内耳机线可拆除，可使用其他蓝牙电缆更换
- 一年质保 - 如果您对耳内耳机不满意，请告知我们，我们将全额退款或更换。 享受这款*无风险购物
应用：Apple iOS 和 Android
驱动器：1 个动态驱动 + 4 个平衡臂
线长：约 3.9 英尺
包装尺寸（长 x 宽 x 高）：4.1 x 2.76 x 1.26 英寸
1 x KZ ZS10 耳机
3 x 耳塞头（S、M、L、）
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I was not disappointed. The dynamic driver provides more than enough bass with the clarity and detail you would expect from 4 balanced armatures in each side - and without any sibilance. I have several in ears in the $200 range and the ZS10 beats them all by a good margin. In fact, I find I'm now less interested in listening to my other in ears after having experienced the KZ ZS10. And I'm having a blast listening to my favorite songs over and over again.
What really blew me away was listening to Diana Krall's "Live in Paris" album on Spotify at high quality. The detail of the crowd voices, coughs, and conversations sounded just as if I was sitting there live at the concert. These were details missing or muted in my other in ears. I could even clearly hear the up and down of the piano sustain pedal during softer parts of a few of the songs.
Two minor complaints. First, the clarity and detail is very good, but not quite as smooth overall as a good single dynamic driver in ear. Still the level of detail and ability to hear each instrument is phenomenonal. Second, they provide only average sound isolation. I switched to Comply foam tips and found the isolation and even sound quality improved.
These are great in ears for general listening, they are even greater for live stage use. The clarity of vocals and layering of instruments in the ear is fantastic. There is more than enough bass for drummers and bass players. And the balanced mids would be perfect for keyboard, piano, guitars, and vocalists.
For under $60, these are at a quality far greater than the price suggests. And while a few of the internet reviews are somewhat mixed, I for one am blown away by what KZ has put together in this package. High quality audio, light and comfortable to wear, fairly balanced response (slight V) packaged with a solid plastic build. If you have $50 to $60 to invest in a great set of in ears, I highly recommend these to anyone who enjoys audio excellence.
+ Deep/Rich bass (not muddy)
+ Modular Design / Detachable cord
+ Comfort (with upgraded foam tips)
+ Price (Especially compared to competing brands)
- Included tips didn't work well for me, YMMV
- Cord tends to get tangled
- Cord noise if you move it around too much
- Slightly less noise isolation than my ER4-XRs (which cost 5x as much)
I'm a bit of an audio geek & very particular about my headphones. I tried out the $20 2-driver version of these first based on the recommendation of an audio engineer. Those were...okay...but he told me that he'd heard good things about this model being significantly better so I gave them a try. It's a night & day difference. I'd never even heard of this brand before. I'm not really a brand-snob - if I find something that performs well and lasts then that's what I'm going with - actual experience means more to me than the name printed on it - at least for an item like this.
Yes these run you more than double the cost of the 2 driver model but it's *well worth it*. The bass is much richer & fuller and doesn't sound muddy at all. The earpieces look nice (I like the transparent blue plastic) and the rubberized cord seems less fragile than others I've used.
This is the first pair I've owned that actually has the shaped "ear-mold" type construction. It's definitely a different feel, and it took me a while to figure out how to arrange the cord/drivers to fit properly in my ears. Tips for newbies doing that:
1 - Look at each earpiece with the driver opening facing you
2 - Find the "L" or "R" printed on the plastic (see photo)
3 - Fit the R into your right ear - you'll easily figure out the correct placement - the port with openings for the cord connections will be facing forward
4 - Remove the earpiece from your ear and attach the right side cord (if your cord has a microphone, this is the side that goes to the right) - attaches with 2 prongs in the cord that fit into 2 holes in the driver - direction isn't important other than for getting the cord to go the right way
5 - You'll know you've got the cord attached properly when you can place the earpiece in your ear with the thick "bendy" part of the cord connected so that it goes up & over the back of your ear
6 - Repeat the same process with the left side
Do yourself a favor and look up a company named "Comply" and buy some of their foam tips (model/part number is TX-500). These work far better for me than the included rubber tips - several sizes of which are included).
I also got a cord with a microphone in it - nice to have when using with my phone and it also makes it easier to tell left from right without fiddling too much. The cord with the mic also has a control button built in. (for play/pause on phones, etc)
Overall I'm very happy with these and I'd recommend them to anyone who wants a good, durable pair of earphones or IEMs. I can be rough on my earphones and usually the cord is what gives out first. If you have a cord molded to the earphones that means you've got to get new earphones. In this case, though, you can just swap out the cord and you're good to go. I've had the cord fail on my etymotic ER4-XRs and though it's modular as well, the cord for those alone cost almost as much as these. As is typical with in-ears you will get some cord noise if you're moving around since the vibrations will transfer to the earpieces.
I still love my Etymotics, but these are now my go-to pair for daily use.