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- Overview of Tripowin Lea
- Build quality
- Sound quality
- General comment
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Recommended for people like this
- People who care about the texture of instrument sounds
- People who care about resolution
- People who like chamber music and small, relaxed JAZZ.
- People who like vocal music
- People who like speaker sound
- People who want earphones with excellent cost performance
Overview of Tripowin Lea
- Total Score: 9.3 / 10.0
- Package: 7.5 / 10.0
- Build quality: 8.5 / 10.0
- Fitment: 8.5 / 10.0
- High range: 8.5 / 10.0
- Mid range: 11.0 / 10.0
- Low range: 8.5 / 10.0
- Less distortion: 9.0 / 10.0
- Cost performance bonus: 12.5 / 10.0
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- Frequency response: 20Hz to 40kHz
- Impedance: 32Ω
- Sensitivity: 105dB/mW
- Cable connector: 0.78mm 2pin
The packaging of Tripowin Lea is simple.
The accessories are relatively complete. There are enough eartips.
- Tripowin Lea
- User's manual
The build quality of the exterior is above the standard of the price range.
The housing fits relatively well and is comfortable to wear.
REW Frequency Response
* This measurement is based on the HATS measurement, and the resonance peak is set at around 9 kHz.
Sound quality description
In this review, I use the standard eartips (black shaft) size L and drive it with the FiiO M15.
The Tripowin Lea has a neutral, slightly midrange-oriented sound. The clarity of the midrange is quite high considering the price, and the resolution of the sound is very high, giving the impression that the cost performance is quite good.
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Sound quality general comment
Tripowin's progress has been nothing short of spectacular. The sound is very close to the sound of the TinHiFi T3 Plus, which surprised me the most recently, but at a much lower price, and the resolution is about the same, with the only difference being the THD, quality control, and packaging.
Overall, the TinHiFi T3 Plus is superior to the Lea, and I prefer the T3 Plus as well. However, even the T3 Plus surprised me with its great price, and I was stunned to see a brand that can produce so much at an even lower price.
I recently reviewed the QCY T17, a truly wireless earphone with incredibly high resolution for about $30, and my honest opinion is that what the hell happened to it?
Personally, I would recommend Lea over the higher-end Mele.
Even though the new year has just begun, there are suddenly too many good models, such as CCA CRA, and I already have a feeling that 2022 will be a bumper year for audio.
Sound quality features
- Perfect texture
- High fidelity of original sound
- Excellent sound image consistency
- Mild high frequencies with little sting
- Front localization
- Lacks dynamism
- Lack of exhilaration
- Lack of difinition
- Lacks sub-bass
- Lack of high frequency extension
Tripowin Lea is a new star in the low price range. Along with the CCA CRA in the same price range, it will be the first budget hero of 2022. It has outstanding specs for its price. In contrast to the dynamic, V-shaped CRA, the Lea excels at expressing a highly transparent midrange, and has a more audiophile, authentic sound.