- Recommended for people like this
- Overview of Audiosense TX15
- Features of Audiosense TX15
- Build quality
- Sound quality
- General comment
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Recommended for people like this
- People who are particular about low frequencies
- People who like chic and subdued sound
- People who value cost performance
Overview of Audiosense TX15
- Total Score: 8.9 / 10.0
- Package: 8.5 / 10.0
- Build quality: 8.5 / 10.0
- Fitment: 8.5 / 10.0
- High range: 9.0 / 10.0
- Mid range: 7.5 / 10.0
- Low range: 9.5 / 10.0
- Less distortion: 9.0 / 10.0
- Cost Performance Bonus: 11.0/10.0
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- Frequency response: 18Hz to 22kHz
- Impedance: 20Ω
- Sensitivity: 98dB
- Cable connector: N/A
Features of Audiosense TX15
The package meets the price standard.
- Audiosense TX15
- Carrying case
Build quality meets price standard. No re-cabling is available.
The fit is good.
REW Frequency Response
Sound quality description
In this review, I use the standard eartips size L and drive it with the FiiO M15.
The Audiosense TX15 has a V-shaped sound that leans toward the low frequencies. The midrange sounds bright and clear, while the highs have a mild monitor-like listening sound. It is attractive because of its excellent midrange transparency.
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Sound quality general comment
The Audiosense TX15 is excellent in audio specs, but sacrifices midrange in sound balance, making it an earphone that is not really suitable for everyone. It is not a bad model because of its good cost performance, but we do not dare to strongly recommend it.
Considering the measured characteristics and specifications, the driver is probably the same as the higher-end Tingker TK160.
Sound quality features
- A sense of heaviness
- Deep low frequency range
- Chic and elegant
- Excellent clarity
- Resolution above price
- Lacks a sense of edge
- Lacks extension
- Tight midrange
- Tends to sound sluggish
- Sounds cagey to some people
The Audiosense TX15 has a V-shaped sound with an emphasis on low frequencies and a pullback in the midrange. Considering the price, these earphones are not bad, but they are not suitable for audiophiles, as the sound image in the midrange can sound sluggish and blurred.