Đánh Giá Sennheiser Ie80S Bt: Tai Nghe Đức Đang Sale Giá Siêu Hời

Link khổng lồ my review và measurement index thread where one can also find a full review overview, more information about myself as well as my general-ish audio & nhận xét manifesto: https://www.mbachulski.com/threads/956208/I only give full stars. My ranking/scoring system does not necessarily follow the norm and is about as follows:5 stars: The sản phẩm is very good & received the "highly recommended" award from me.

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4 stars: The sản phẩm is very good & received the "recommended" award from me.3 stars: The sản phẩm is good/very good, but not outstanding/special enough to get any of my two awards. <"Thumbs Up">2 stars: The hàng hóa is only about average or even somewhat below that & somewhat flawed/flawed in some areas. 1 star: The hàng hóa is bad/severely flawed to outright bad. <"Thumbs Down">Sennheiser IE 80Source:Personal unit.Miscellaneous:Back in the day, they were Sennheiser’s most expensive sầu (in-ear) Model (years ago before the IE 800 that I bought as well & that are on a clearly higher level when it comes to lớn technical performance), & generally considered as expensive sầu for dynamic driver in-ears.The small graph on the back of the packaging that illustrates how the small screw on the faceplate changes the bass quantity is straight misleading & impertinent as it shows the frequency response to lớn vary from fairly flat to lớn bassy & warm even though the latter is already the case in the screw’s minimum position.Nice selection of ear tips.I really lượt thích that there is a Sennheiser hình ảnh on the included shirt clip.Really nice và chất lượng carrying case that contains a “drawer” that is securely held in place by a magnet và has even got integrated holders for spare ear tips as well as a build-in holder for the bass adjustment/cleaning tool và last but not least a small compartment for small silica gel pads.However, as nice and chất lượng as it is, it is ultimately not very practical at all as it takes some time to lớn store the in-ears inside, và likely not the best solution for the cable’s durability either.The cable doesn’t feel premium at all but is at least not of the cheapest possible kind. It’s removable, though (2-pin connectors).A chin-slider is not lacking và it reads “IE 80” on the y-splitter, which is a nice touch that I personally lượt thích.While I like the quality shell design và while the build chất lượng seems to be good, the light plastic shells don’t necessarily feel premium.One does not get much tactile feedback from turning the bass adjustment screws as they don’t feel very precise và don’t give much feedbaông chồng either as there are no tactile notches.Very comfortable fit.The engineering behind how the bass adjustment screw works is pretty quality & shows that definitely some thoughts went inlớn its thiết kế. It’s a completely acoustic design và basically just a variable valve that control’s the dynamic driver’s front cavity vent opening that was re-located from the inner half of the shell where one would normally expect it towards the faceplate for easier access and so that it isn’t unintentionally covered/blocked by the user’s ear; for this, Sennheiser used a fairly clever internal routing that one can see on disassembly photos of the IE 80 on the mạng internet.One dynamic driver per side.

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Sound:
Largest included single-flange silicone ear tips.Tonality:Bassy, very warm v-shape already when the valves are fully open (i.e. minimum position) lớn bass-heavy, even warmer v-shape with the valves fully shut (i.e. maximum position.No matter at what setting the bass adjustment screws are, the lows clearly radiate into lớn the central mids as they already start lớn climb around 900 Hz.With the screws in the minimum position, the climax is around 150 Hz with a quantity of around 10 dB compared to lớn in-ears with a flat bass tuning such as the Etymotic ER4SR/my ER-4Sm & a roll-off below 100 Hz towards 20 Hz that are about in-line with the central midrange wherefore the sound is very full, warm và with a svào upper bass punch, but not much rumble from the sub-bass.When the screws are turned into the maximum position, the bass peaks around 40 Hz with a quantity of around 15 dB, with no roll-off below that, và about an extra 4 dB boost at 100 Hz, wherefore the sound gains a lot of sub-bass and midbass energy.Needless to lớn say, the midrange, as a result, is always very warm, full and coloured, also somewhat mushy, và even warmer và mushier, more veiled with the screw set to maximum (which is beneficial for the mid-and sub-bass perception but definitely not for the midrange và fundamental range).The central midrange và upper midrange are mostly accurate to lớn somewhat more on the relaxed side, and thankfully not much recessed.Going up, one can spot a peak around 5.5 kHz as well as another one around 7 kHz & finally a last one around 10 kHz wherefore the full, bassy và warm sound is ultimately more of a v-shaped signature.Ultimately, those peaks lead to the highs being on the more metallic side, however as they aren’t sharp and as the warmth and bass are the dominating elements, they are not annoying or obtrusive, which is something where the IE 80 fortunately differ from Sennheiser’s older, less expensive sầu dynamic driver in-ears.Interestingly, those peaks appear much worse và unfitting when performing sine sweeps or looking at frequency response measurements, while in real world listening scenargame ios, they are not bothering at all, which, as mentioned, is most likely due to them acting as some sort of compensation for the lows’ bloom and warmth.Quickly compared to lớn my Shure SE215m+SPE, the Sennheiser are always warmer, fuller, thicker và more coloured sounding in the lower midrange.IE 80"s screw mix lớn minimum: Both have sầu got comparable bass quantity at 100 Hz but the Sennheiser roll off below that whereas the Shure peak in the lower midbass và keep constant sub-bass màn chơi below that.IE 80s’ screw phối to lớn maximum: The Sennheiser are clearly warmer & bassier at any frequency below 1 kHz.Both have sầu got almost similar treble quantity around 5 kHz. Above that, however, the Shure are definitely on the dark, relaxed side, whereas the Sennheisers’ treble is on the brighter side, however less even.The question whether it is best to have the screw in the minimum or maximum position is a tough one, as the former rolls off audibly towards the sub-bass and only really highlights the higher upper bass và root, whereas the latter does introduce a nice sub-bass boost, however adds even more warmth & thickness khổng lồ the already really warm sound (it makes the lows even slower và softer, too). Despite the rolled-off sub- & midbass (compared to the root & higher upper bass), I prefer the screw in the minimum position due to aforementioned introduced disadvantages that come with the screw phối to the maximum position.Generally, I only really lượt thích my IE 80 for slow, acoustic singer-songwriter stuff.Frequency Response:
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ER-4S-Compensation (Screw set to minimum Position)
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ER-4S-Compensation (Screw mix to lớn maximum Position)Generally, the treble peaks on the graph don’t match with the frequencies that I perceive when performing sine sweeps, và I also perceive them as much quieter in amplitude. With the bass screw set to the maximum position, however, I hear the lows as being slightly stronger than on the graph.
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ProPhile 8-Compensation (Screw mix lớn minimum Position)
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ProPhile 8-Compensation (Screw phối khổng lồ maximum Position)
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Effect of the Bass ScrewResolution:
While the midrange resolution and speech intelligibility seems to lớn be subjectively above sầu that of my Shure SE215m+SPE lớn some degree, the Sennheisers’ bass is just mushy, slow và lacks control even in the screw’s minimum position, and becomes even worse by increasing it, which also affects the rest of the resolution that is reduced audibly, wherefore the IE 80 are only halfway decently resolving (which is a bit of a stretch for the price anyway) with the bass screw in the minimum position.Generally, the resolution isn’t great for the price at all, especially in terms of bass quality; the in-ears sound slow, soft and just lack details. The general transient response is audibly pretty bad.Good treble separation? Definitely not. The presentation is quite smeary and not differentiated at all.Only when the music material is slow, doesn’t contain many instruments/tonal elements and generally doesn’t have sầu high demands on the in-ears, the IE 80 sound decently controlled and resolving with a nice midrange; however even already with “averagely paced” music & tracks that don’t have a very demanding bass line, the drivers clearly show their laông xã of control & just sound plain slow, which should not be present at this price point at all.In contrast, my Shure SE215m+SPE, Moondrop Starfield or the Etymotic ER2XR don’t give sầu in nearly as early nor nearly as much with fast và more demanding music material, which just shows that the Sennheisers’ limits are reached really early whereas the other dynamic driver in-ears still have sầu got (partially plenty) of reserves in comparison & generally sound tighter, faster and better controlled, while the IE 80, when compared to lớn my Shure, are slightly ahead when it comes khổng lồ pure midrange resolution (but are outperformed by my Moondrop & the Etymotic).In pre-conclusion, slow và not really demanding, mild acoustic singer-songwriter music is really about the only niche where the IE 80 persize and sound decent.Soundstage:The only area that the IE 80 really manage to set themselves apart from many other dynamic driver in-ears is their very large, very open, three-dimensional soundstage.It expands greatly inkhổng lồ all dimensions and presents a large sphere of music that my Shure SE215m+SPE (whose stage is pretty wide, but without much spacial depth to lớn speak of, và ultimately not as wide as the Sennheisers’) don’t have (which also applies to lớn the ER2XR & also somewhat lớn my Starfield when compared to the IE 80s’ soundstage size).While this is something that makes the IE 80 nice & rather special, the imaging precision isn’t very high at all, và similarly to lớn the resolution, the soundstage struggles to keep up và collapses the more complex & the faster the music gets.
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Conclusion:
The Sennheiser IE 80 are in-ears that only sound nice when used with slow, undemanding, sparsely occupied recordings wherefore they are predestined for slow acoustic singer-songwriter stuff that really suits them & where they sounds nice, effortless, open, spacious, pleasantly warm as well as full, và where their fairly low technical performance in relation khổng lồ the price isn’t brought to lớn the limits. Therefore, they are clearly not all-rounders but nibịt in-ears with a large soundstage that perform well on slow recordings but almost fail with everything else as their drivers’ limits are reached very early.