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Torque Audio T103Z
8.4* out of 10

Torque Audio T103Z

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Torque t103z in-ear-headphones review

The Gadgeteer
31 December 2013
  • Conclusion: Torque has done a good job of creating an earphone that feels like three, or four, or five, or even six. At first glance, the price may seem steep, but once you realize they can be adjusted to fit any mood, they become a bargain.
  • 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 8

Expert Review

12 July 2013
  • Summary: For anyone who has read any of my previous reviews on the KRK-KNS 8400, Shure SRH-940, Sennheiser HD448 or Sennheiser PX360, this beginning piece may seem redundant to you. However, I think it is important to include.
  • Pros: Custom Acoustics
  • Cons: Fit
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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: When testing headphones with multiple listeners—our standard practice at S+V—I've learned that perceptions of a headphone's tonal balance can differ among listeners. Of course, individual taste in sound varies, too.One solution to this problem is a headphone that can be tuned to the user's taste, a...
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