Sound Analysis (Balanced Mode)

Lows

The TSMR-3 Pro has moderate amount of sub-bass quantity and it is extended well. The sub-bass reproduction is expressed with cleanliness and the rumble is not too deep. Bass decay is quick and there is a speedy performance. Bass texture is rendered in a generally smooth manner. The mid-bass has fair quantity and the slam is delivered in an agile manner without being heavy. Each bass note is articulated with a robust hit.

Mids

The midrange of the TSMR-3 Pro has a detailed presentation and it boasts good transparency level. Vocals are belted out with presence in a clear manner. The lower midrange has an apt quantity without sounding too thick and male vocals are expressed well. The upper midrange is boosted and the forwardness provides an engaging female vocals display. The midrange showcases clear and present vocals.

Highs

The treble on the TSMR-3 Pro is extended well and it has a good details retrieval. There is no sibilance and harshness. The treble has fair body and it is articulated precisely. The amount of air rendered is good and it creates an open feeling. There is moderate sparkle at the top to inject some liveliness. The crisp on the the treble is well-defined. The presentation is engaging and controlled.

Soundstage

The TSMR-3 Pro excels in its soundstage. There is an open feeling with no congestion. The width magnitude is great with accurate positioning of vocals and instruments. The depth is not too closed in.

Switches

There are 3 switches for lows, mids and highs which provides a total of 7 different sound signatures.

3 main modes:

  • Bass (Up, Down, Down)
  • Balanced (Down, Up, Down)
  • Treble (Down, Down, Up)

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