TFZ started out in 2015 with a debut line up that consists of TFZ Series 1,3 and 5. Since then, they have come up with more products in the Exclusive 1,3,5, King and Series 4. Recently, they have come up with their latest products in the King Pro and Tequila 1. In this review, I will be reviewing the TFZ Tequila 1. I would like to thank Penon Audio and TFZ for this review unit. You can purchase the Tequila 1 from https://penonaudio.com/tfz-tequila-1. The TFZ Tequila 1 that I will be reviewing is red and blue in colour.
- Driver: 8.9mm Dual-magnetic two-way graphene driver
- Frequency response range: 5HZ ~ 40000HZ
- Harmonic distortion: 0.5%
- Impedance: 20 ohms
- Sensitivity: 105 dB
Unboxing & Accessories
The Tequila 1 comes in a white package with a white protective sleeve that sports the brand name and model name. You can see the iem through the transparent film. Inside the package, there are the Tequila 1 iem, detachable 0.78mm 2 pins cable, instruction manual and a white hard carrying case which contains the tips.
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How does it compare to TFZ T2 Galaxy?
In brief, the Tequila 1 has less bass, clearer vocals, extended treble and wider soundstage.
Do you notice a more open audio due to the semi-open design?
Compared to the TFZ no3.