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InEarz Zen 2 & Zen 4 IEMs

InEarz Zen 2 & Zen 4 IEMs

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I’m very interested in the Zen 4. Unfortunately the budget won’t allow for it this time around.
I hope these will drop again.
Really wish it didn't have ZEN on it with that terrible typeface. Might as well be a tacky yin-yang symbol.
shrimpears
I was hesitant about this as well, but putting these in your ears will put you in a state of Zen. Sorry, had to say it.
i feel like I'm going crazy, but it was empire ears who where using the ADEL system last right? does anyone know what happened?
CyrusGuybrush
ADEL isn't locked down to one brand. The makers, Asius Technologies, is it's own company that licenses out the tech.
CyrusGuybrush
At $299, the Zen 2 is the most affordable IEM using the ADEL system. It also happens to be a great IEM.
Why do I keep thinking this is wireless?
The more I look the more I want.... A bargain deal to get some Adel technology at this price point.
TacoHerder
"The more I look the more I want"
It's a trap! :)
https://www.head-fi.org/threads/inearz-zen-2-zen-4-official-tour-thread.880184/
Some impressions for these, really good bang for the buck!
Hmm these look interesting!
But it bugs the SHIT out of me when the IEM manufacturer or Massdrop doesn't list ALL of the specs! As usual, no sensitivity listed! Impedance isn't the ONLY judge of how loud the IEM's are, and sensitivity is JUST as important, if not more so than the IMPEDANCE!!!
Massdrop AND the IEM manufacturers, PLEASE start listing ALL of the specs, because it's hard to judge a particular IEM without ALL of the specs.
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What if its sensitivity is 137dB/mW but the Zen 4's is 92dB/mW? You can't base drive-ability on the impedance alone.
Heefty
I know. I was just speculating. Kudos to the poster above for posting the box shots. 60 ohms is just high for an IEM. Just odd as the specs posted here don't match the box or their own website for the Zen 2.
Is this the same Adel tech that was used by 64Audio? (now called Apex)
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My understanding is Apex is using the concept of pressure relief but doing so by means of dampening instead of a membrane that Adel uses. I've read that they work similarly, but Adel definitely has more benefit. I believe you still can get EE Adel with the Spartan IV and Zeus XR via the designer, just not heavily advertised or on their new lineups.
OneLove
Adel technology was developed by a 3rd party, and 64Audio partnered up with them for some time to utilize Adel technology. Now 64Audio developed their own and named it Apex. Adel and Apex are two different technologies, owned by different companies. But to answer your question, 64Audio did use Adel technology on previous 64Audio iems, so yes. It is the same Adel technology that was used by 64Audio in the past.
Judging by the thumbnail used for the listing I got really excited, believing these were "true wireless" earphones (like Jabra Elite 65ts, e.g.), and now I'm disappointed. They sound like they're great IEMs but I'm already set there.
willentrekin
Yea, why is there no picture of the cable at all..
I'm assuming you were interested in more audio centric true wireless, but if you're interested, the jabra's are marked down quite a bit on ebay.