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Torque Audio T103Z
8.6* out of 10

Torque Audio T103Z

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Torque t103z in-ear-headphones review

The Gadgeteer
31 December 2013
  • Excerpt: In 2012, I reviewed the excellent – but incredibly expensive – Audeo PF232 earphones. What made them unique was that they had replaceable filters so anyone could fine-tune the sound to their taste. Well, anyone with super eyesight and steady hands, that is.
  • Pros: Well made, Almost infinitely customizable, Easy to change valves, If you can't make them sound good, then the problem is you
  • Cons: Valves can be lost
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Overall 9

Torque t103z Headphones

23 May 2013
  • Conclusion: While the t103z isn’t out yet, I highly recommend it for anyone. Unless you’re a Beats person who just wants bass and has no soul. If you want to to music, there’s no better way than with the Torque t103z.
  • Pros: The best audio quality I've ever heard. Highly comfortable. Great design. Lightweight. Amazing price for the quality.
  • Cons: Not designed well for phone calls. Buds next to impossible to remove. Orange rubber feels cheap. Top cabling can coil. Cable noise is problematic.
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Torque Audio t103z tunable in-ear headphone

Sound & Vision Magazine
12 March 2013
  • Excerpt: One solution to this problem is a headphone that can be tuned to the user's taste, a feature we've encountered on in-ear monitors from AKG and Phonak. Both have interchangeable filters that can alter the headphone's tonal balance.
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