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Tenhz P4 Pro Review - Best IEM under $100

Ok so if your like me your skeptical of how good Chi-Fi can possibly get and if you should spend the money on a high end pair from China. The short answer is pull out your wallet now!

So the P4 Pro was purchased from Massdrop a few months ago and I just received them. First impressions are awesome. Also I'm not super great at describing sound but I'll do my best to portray how they sound.

Very nice and not very fatiguing for long periods of time. They are not as bright as some IEM's but this also means they don't suffer from the piercing highs of some Chi-fi IEM's.

Probably my favorite things about them it's has a very smooth almost silky quality to it that makes listening to music very enjoyable. The mids also manage to transition between highs and lows very well with no noticeable issues through the mid range.

I would say It's good but not amazing I'm a bass head so I always want more so take it as you will. It does deliver sub bass but not to the level I normally like especially with silicone tips but with foam it's not bad. If I had to sum it up I would say the bass sound quality is very good but it lacks the impact I want but not enough that I'm searching for it thinking I'm missing something.

Fit and quality:
It came in a nice package with a leather case and plenty of eartips. The fit of the IEMs is spectacular the most comfortable IEMs I've ever owned hands down and they feel very premium in my hands and in my ears. The sound isolation is also outstanding with the foam tips.

Great sound across the frequencies without the harshness you normally get from the highs with Chi-fi and they are a little lacking in the bass impact category but still have excellent bass quality with outstanding mids. The fit and comfort is top notch and I could wear them for hours. Overall an absolutely astounding IEM for the price and you should pick one up ASAP.

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