This obviously hits your sweet spot. This how the Odin feels in my ears. I hope my love affair will last. But congratulations on finding something you really love. It’s a great thing.
Odin is a $3000-$4000 IEM right? You better hope you feel this way about them:). I"m sure you would have returned them for that amount of money if they weren’t angels playing in your ears.
Oh yes they certainly are the best Iem’s I’ve ever heard. But that’s obviously just my opinion. Perhaps I didn’t convey what I meant very well. Lol.
You make a good point too though. For that money you need to make sure that you love them wholeheartedly.
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I have to say… I’m having a very similar experience. I keep switching back and forth from my Elegia and Sundara to these to confirm that I’m actually hearing what I’m hearing. I just got them in yesterday (after being delivered a week later than expected, due to FedEx being FedEx ), and these things are really enjoyable. REALLY enjoyable.
I’m using the brass nozzles, with the large spring tips and plugged into my Schiit Magnius/Modius stack and… holy hell, I was NOT expecting these to sound this good and I feel kinda silly actually considering the for everyday use at my desk.
This is not to say that I don’t love my current headphones, but I’m shocked by how good these IEMs sound. Especially being only my second pair of IEMs (not counting the AirPods Pro, which I gave to my wife after getting the KZ ZS10 Pro).
The SeeAudio Bravery is a versatile IEM with no deal-breaking flaws at its price point. It has a mostly neutral tuning, with slightly elevated bass relative to textbook neutrality.
My full review, with measurements and additional images, is available on my blog:
Does anyone have pictures of what their Moondrop Kato glossy silver version looks like after time? Trying to gage how bad they might look over time!