If you go to the market and search for IEMs under 150$, you will find every IEM has some kind of issue. These issues will force you to update the IEM few days later. But this IEM doesn't have any issue. You're getting what you should get with 11.5k taka but without any weird problems that normally IEMs in this price range have.
Before FH3 ... i had few other IEMs ... Thieaudio legacy 3, Final Audio e4000, 2000, ANew X1, , Fiio Fh1S, FD1, etc...
I found this to be the best CHiFi IEM in the 8K to 20K category ... While I've seen some QC cases online... fortunately mine had been fully functional with great quality music.
The Bass, the instrument separation, the clarity, the mids & highs... the look n feel and build is closer to Fiio Fh7 which is their best flagship till date. The build i is also great and the. structure gives good isolation in ears. I found the cable to be good... not as good as Fh5 or FH7... but good for the price.
This is an absolute steal for the money and a true flagship killer... for people who like balance sound and wouldn't bother about slightly narrow soundstage... this would be highly recommended. Use it with your phone or use it with DAC/DAP... it will sound great in both cases..
After throwing out the stock cable now this is my favorite of the few similarly priced iems I own.
Really good looking iem with good enough build, comes with many silicon tips of different sizes and shapes. Stock cable is good enough but slightly thin for me.
It has a very prominent V-signature. Very satisfying sub-bass with nice reach. As a slightly treble sensitive person peaks in the lower treble felt hurting and artificial to me. Which also makes listening to rock/metal especially hard. This iem presents nicely female vocals but makes male vocal thin. I think this iem is best suited if you like EDM and rap music with strong bass. Listening to EDM on this thing is so much fun. For example try listening to Daft Punk's Random Access Memories on this thing and discover!
The construction of this IEM is the best in its class. FiiO made the nozzle longer which results in better isolation. Comfort and ergonomics are quite admirable. This looks and feels like a 300$+ IEM. It comes with tons of tips and accessories like other high-end FH series IEMs from FiiO.
When I first listened to this I couldn't believe my ears! I saw positive reviews all around before purchasing this product. I didn't want to believe it, but the hype was real after all! The first thing I felt was "So this is what Hi-Res really sounds like?". The beryllium coated dynamic driver has an excellent bass response. A remarkable quantity of it too. Bass is tight, fast, and smooth. There is no bleed or bloat in the low end. Mids' quality is excellent too. Its very natural sounding and both male and female vocal sounds superb. I listen to a lot of technical metal,progressive rock and the fast double bass drums sound is breathtaking with these. This uses the Knowles 33518 BA for the high frequency. Which they also used in their FH1 series. I am personally a big fan of this BA and for me, this has the perfect balance. Great detail and resolution without sounding harsh. The sound stage and separation is way beyond its class.
I had the FH5 and while that has more sub-bass and "rumble" I like this pair more as this has a more "balanced sound' without sounding dull. An absolute no brainer for any price point. This is the true flagship killer.
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