- Brand: KZ
- Model: ZSR
- Type: In-Ear
- Material: Plastic
- Wearing type: In-Ear
- Application: Running,Sport,Working
- Compatible with: Computer,iPhone,iPod,Mobile phone
- Connecting interface: 3.5mm
- Connectivity: Wired
- Frequency response: 10-40KHz
- Impedance: 22ohms
- Plug Type: 3.5mm,L-Bend
- Sensitivity: 107dB
KZ-ZSR Hybrid HiFi Earphones Review:
BUILD AND DESIGN:
The plastic used for KZ-ZSR Hybrid HiFi Earphones is not particularly high quality either. Tapping the shell with my fingernail, I could hear that the plastic was not very thick. Yes, I know it sounds weird, but you know what I mean. Under normal use, this IEM’s structural will not fail you but I am not confident that this IEM would survive a drop from anything higher than waist level.
Wire: oh my lord the damn wire… this is the part that I really dislike (maybe even hate) most about the IEM. It is made of rubber. Not just rubber. But a grippy, springy tangle prone kind of rubber. It is sufficiently long at approximately 1.3 m and you do get an in-line mic however.
The good thing about the ZSR is that it comes with a detachable cable, which means cable rolling is sort of a possibility. Why is it “sort of a possibility” you might ask… well, the connector that KZ decided to go with is 0.75 mm, which means the much more common 0.78 mm 2-pin connectors might not work with this IEM and may stress the female connectors if you do manage to plug them in.
Then there is the question of polarity, which I, unfortunately, am not able to confirm if the polarity is indeed reversed. KZ does make their own upgrade cables so I would highly recommend using those instead.
The ZSR is a comfortable pair of IEM. The nozzle, though a little on the wider side, fits me very well and the provided Starline tips allow for a deeper insertion and therefore isolation is quite above average while not putting uncomfortable amounts of stress on your ear canals. Do note that with the Starline tips, repeated insertions and pull-outs (over a short time span) can easily result in a sore inner ear.
SOUND QUALITY :
Many mid to high end IEMs cost well into the hundreds or thousands, but not everyone is willing to invest so much into an equipment as such for a good sound. So, how does the KZ ZSR perform in terms of sonic performance? Not bad actually… especially for what you are paying.
Sound Signature: The ZSR no doubt is tuned for a U-shaped, balanced sound signature with slightly more treble emphasis somewhere in the 7 kHz to 12 kHz range than bass. The ZSR is more musical than technical. It is quite detailed for the price though.
Sound Stage and Imaging: The polite bass response on the ZSR helps to widen the soundstage and frankly, the soundstage is quite wide even by “audiophile” standards. Imaging however is a little messy, due to the poorer separation between instruments. I was unable to pinpoint the position where each instrument was playing from in almost every track.
Bass: Bass on the ZSR is quite tight or controlled and there is more mid-bass than sub-bass. That mid-bass does muddy the lower-mids a little, however.
Treble: The trebles are pretty detailed for the price. They are also quite forgiving and will not highlight poor mastering too aggressively.
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