The new C6 Turbo model by Tennmak proved once again that Tennmak's staff know what they're doing. These earphones have a powerful bass response and sharp highs. However, compared to Tennmak Dulcimer, these earphone's highs are just too sharp, which result in sibilance in the vocals, and even less detailed.
Tennmak C6 Turbo
?8mm Dynamic Driver
Package & Accessories
Ear Tips - Single-Flange:
S+M+L, white (translucent), ?5mm black bores
S+M+L, whirlwind, grey (translucent), ?6mm black bores
S+M+L, whirlwind, grey (translucent), ?6mm red bores
Metal, rectangular, branded
Build & Materials
Ceramic, ?6mm nozzles (?4.5mm bores), stiff strain reliefs
Metal, soft strain relief
Silicone-coated (rugged), 123cm, public sealedsoft, straight
Metal + TPE, straight, short, rigid strain relief
Comfort & Fit
You get 9 pairs of ear tips, 3 of them are the same exact tips you get with ROCK Zircon. Thanks to these tips, and to the special shape of these earphones, you get a perfect seal without any issues.
Lows / Bass
A huge bass response. Massive distortion-free sub-bass. These earphones were made for electronic music in mind.
Mids / Vocals
The mids are crisp and vivid, but slightly too bright. There is some noticeable sibilance in the vocals and the upper-mids.
Highs / Treble
Sharp and crisp, and somewhat detailed. Unlike Tennmak Dulcimer, which has transparent and clear highs, there's a noticeable sibilance in the highs of C6 Tubro.
Reviewed on 2016-03-04 13:03:58 (GMT)
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