TFZ S2 Pro IEM Quick Review Black Version | Hifigo
TFZ S2 Pro IEM: The latest VGP Award-winning K4U drivers—11.4-millimeter graphene Tesla magnetic group drivers—pack impressive power with distinct detailing for rich sound across all types of audio.
Shaped for comfort and stability, the S2 Pro is lightweight and equipped with a 2-pin 0.75-millimeter jack for easy cable replacement.
TFZ S2 Pro equipped with state-of-the-art drivers and 2-way crossover technology. Sound quality is improved further with 2-way crossover technology, which uses filtering to ensure a Hi-Fi acoustic curve and balanced articulation for all frequencies.
Sound wise I feel like it's a fun, smooth, and a little warm. So more emphasis on the lower mids, and bass. Bass doesn't feel too bloated though, and maybe just a bit stronger than the ZSX. Highs is slightly elevated as well, but it doesn't sound quite as full bodied as the ZSX, and I think the treble are rolled off a bit, so it loses the sparkle that you get from certain instruments. ZSX I think has better treble extension too which gives the sound a bit more air to them. For the mids, I feel like it's a bit recessed on the S2 Pro, but it's probably just neutral and not as elevated the bass and trebles.
It's not as detailed sounding as the multi-driver setup on the ZSX, but it still has enough details to me, while still keeping that smoother sound. Overall, feels like it's a tuning that works better for like EDM, Rap, hiphop, pop, or any track with strong beats or a bass line? It's nice overall, but I don't think it's my cup of tea though cause I listen to quite a wide variety of genres.