NuForce Primo-8 - Auriculares in-ear, negro y azul
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Descripción del producto
Almohadillas para oidos: Si
Auriculares adicionales: Si
Cable extraíble: Si
Cables incluidos: Audio (3,5 mm)
Color del producto: Negro, Azul
Efecto de cancelación de ruido: Si
Frecuencia de auricular: 18 - 22000 Hz
Funda de transporte: Si
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
La conducción ósea: Si
Longitud de cable: 1,3 m
Número de productos incluidos: 1 pieza(s)
Obstrucción: 38 Ω
Peso: 0,7 g
Sensibilidad de auricular: 118 dB
Sensibilidad de micrófono: -42 dB
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Binaurale
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BUT!!! but! after all, I am keep coming for this Primo 8 over the FiiO F9 PRO (not F9) for its amazing details.
I am not an audiophile but I found that more expensive speakers I have reflected EQ changes better. Single little change in EQ and profile can be heard on my $500 Planar headphone even slight changes. on Fiio F9 PRO, a change was little less noticeable. I can notice changes little better on this Primo 8.
If you like classics? This is the BEST under $200
it gave me a sound fatigue much faster than other IEM and slow-response started less than 30 minutes for my ear (very personal).
I changed cable to Balanced 3.5mm plug MMCX cable and it kind of trimmed out sound entire soundstage and it sounds better to me. it sounds more natural now. I also get a lot less fatigue. It flipped left and right but that is not big deal because I switched left and right again :-)
I bought MOKOSE replacement cable for $17 bucks here -> https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B073SC9NHS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
p.s. I am not sponsored :-) happy enjoying the music!
Cons - Slightly recessed bass
No SE Cable
To get started, let me tell you a little about myself.
I’m a gigging musician (lead guitar/backup vocals), an audio forensic analyst, a novice sound engineer, and an avid music lover with a wide taste in music. Being an audio forensic analyst is a plus I find when reviewing audio products simple because I know what bad audio sounds like and usually know how to correct it. My experience allows me to be familiar with the limitations of my own ears and the equipment I’m using.
For the consumers, my perspective for all my IEM reviews will be based on these things. I won’t sugar coat things or make things sound better than they are. I’m just like you and I want good value for the money I pay for any product.
To the manufacturers, I’ll always give you an option to respond to any concerns such as quality that I have during my review. I’ll contact you directly and will do so before my review is published. I want to provide an honest and tangible review for your prospective customers without being unfair to you as a manufacturer.
I’ll always be fair and my review will be based on my perspective and my experience.
Now on to the important stuff.
About the product/expectations
I purchased these IEM’s for the purpose of reviewing and using these as a backup.
The Primo 8 seems to have a decent build but lacks a bit of firmness. It just seems to light to me and the plastic housing seems thin.
After using them for a few days these are comparable to the Shure SE series in comfort. The shape of them seems very similar and they seat in my ears very similar.
The sound on these is very good, the soundstage is decent, and seems a little too centered. The lows are present but not overpowering, it seems to be a very neutral bass response and the sub-lows are there just pulled back a little from the rest of the lower end.
The mids are outstanding and in my opinion is where these really shine. Listening to a song like Lorde - Royals makes you feel like she's right in front of you.
The highs are clear and detailed. No harshness or sibilance that I could detect, very natural sounding.
Compared to Shure SE215’s, I found the Primo 8 to have a more neutral response. Instrument separation was much better and light nuances in the sounds could be heard. In AC/DC's Hells Bells the bells in the beginning were so real sounding you could hear the decay of the sound so clearly.
My Westone UM Pro 10’s are my normal listening IEM’s because they give somewhat of a neutral sound in my opinion while being extremely comfortable. I usually forget that I’m even wearing them. Compared to the Westone's the Primo 8 had a better overall presentation and may replace the UM Pro 10's as my everyday listening IEM.
Compared to UE900s I felt the sound signature was very close, however the Primo8 had a narrower soundstage and less sub-lows. I've typically felt the UE900s could stand to have a slight boost in the lows but after comparing them to several "Neutral" sounding IEM's I realize the UE900s actually could just use a little more clarity and resolution in the lows versus a boost. That was clear in this comparison as the Primo8 just did a better job in resolving the low end.
Based on my findings, I felt these were a very good choice for anyone looking for a neutral sounding IEM, especially if comfort is an issue for you. I did compare them briefly to some Shure SE535 and felt the Primo 8 just barely slipped by the SE535 in its ability to resolve across the sound spectrum.
Isolation was very good. I used the provided foam tips but felt there was a little less bass. I then used a cheaper "Kinden" foam tip with a larger bore that was modified to fit using the Spinfit nozzle adapters provided with the
I hesitate when trying to gauge value in any product unless there are issues with build quality or the product is just an outstanding value. Based on what I got for the price I paid though I think these are a really good buy. Probably some of the best in the $150 range.
The NuForce Primo 8 although a few years on the market are a really good purchase. The phase coherence crossover apparently really makes a difference in the sound presentation and overall clarity.