Tripowin TP10 armature five-driver headphones. Quick review.

On sale there is a version both with a microphone and without it. Plug Interface: 3.5mm Gilded Below were: a braided cable, nozzles, instructions and a warranty card. Standard cardboard box, thin jacket. Good OEM headphones that are produced (assembled) at the same factory as the headphones from Knowledge Zenith. Frequency response graph from uv.Crinacle. I have never heard of such people, I think you have not heard anything about them either. Strange name: Tripowin TP10, outwardly similar to KZ AS16, reminiscent of CCA C16, the same plastic cases with a metal cover, I have already seen all this. Earphone type: In-ear Mic: Optional

Tripowin TP10 armature five-driver headphones. Weight: 31g

Quick review.

Model: TP10 Specifications: There is an inscription “Made in China” on the sides, headphones are shown on the front, a name is applied a little lower in front, there is a small description (they say we have 10 professional reinforcing emitters inside). Impedance: 15Ω < br />Earphone sensitivity: 98dB/mW Earphone interface: 2PIN 0.75mm interface Standard KZ notched ear pads.
The specifications are listed on the back: 15 ohm (resistance), 2pin 0.75mm connector, frequency range 20-40000Hz, sensitivity 98dB/mW.

Product Name: TRIPOWIN TP10 In-ear Earphone
When I take out the cover, the question immediately arises – why are the cases dangling? There are too large cutouts on the substrate, the fixation is weak, the cases are displaced. Drive unit: 5 Balanced Armatures Cable Length: 1.25m±3cm
Instruction:
Frequency range: 20-40000Hz