- Design Inspired by Exotic Supercars
- S.TURBO Technology
- Independent Sound Tubes
- 3 x Knowles Balanced-Armature Drivers
- 1 x 10mm Dynamic Driver for Bass
- MMCX Connectors
- 3.5mm Single-Ended Cable
- Includes 4 Sets of Eartips
The FH5 Quad-Driver Hybrid In-Ear Monitors from FiiO feature an acoustic design inspired by exotic supercars, S.TURBO technology, independent sound tubes, and three Knowles balanced-armature drivers for the high and mid frequencies and a 10mm dynamic driver for the bass. They are specifically designed to conform to the human ear and provide a snug, comfortable fit that allows you to focus on listening to music on your smartphone, MP3 player, and more.
Exotic-Inspired Acoustics Design
The FH5's TRISHELL structural design features a 5-axis CNC machined aluminium-magnesium alloy rear shell, body, and front covers fixed tightly together with multiple screws— greatly reducing excess resonance and distortion.
With its turbine-inspired design that makes clever use of the physics of sound waves, you get meaty, deep bass that is more than capable of letting you feel the music. S.TURBO also filters out unnecessary mid and high frequencies produced by the bass driver ensuring a more seamless transition between the lows and highs.
Independent Sound Tubes
These tubes have been designed to integrate with the 4-driver units, allowing for a smooth transition between the three main regions of sound frequencies and maximizing the drivers' combined potential.
Knowles Balanced-Armature + Dynamic Drivers
The FH5 employs a hybrid driver design that combines the best of balanced-armature and dynamic drivers for a balanced sound. Low frequencies are deftly handled by a 10mm polymer nanocomposite dynamic driver, providing bass extension. Mid frequencies are produced by the Knowles ED30262 balanced armature driver, while high and ultra-high frequencies are created by the Knowles 31082 driver.
The FH5's connectors on the cable make it easy to connect to other devices—with its elbow plug it can easily be changed. The grippy MMCX connectors are colored blue and red for identification.
The high-purity, monocrystalline, silver-plated copper wire that makes up the FH5's hybrid cable effective minimizes distortion and signal transmission loss for high-quality. These wires are braided together in an environmentally friendly, transparent TPU sheath.
Machined-Aluminum Alloy Shell
The shell of the FH5 is of aluminum alloy precisely machined with CNC technology, ensuring that it will continue to luster for years to come.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
While listening this, the first thing I noticed was it's wide soundstage. It was like I was listening my sundara.
If you are somebody who is a fun listener, this is for you and if you are someone who prefers analytical listening, they have got you covered too. Just put bass tips and you are spoiled. It has got balance tips too for clinical listening. Fh5 is very much a eartip dependent iem. Sound changes significantly depending upon which tip you use, bass vocals or balance.
I am no true audiophile, so exactly explaining sound is tough job for me😝 still, the focus in fh5 seems to be much on sub bass with excellent/pleasant low end rumble which does not at all affect the vocals.
Yes, vocals imo are the selling point here. Impressive, extremely crisp and clear, seems little bit enhanced, quite forward and right in the middle.
Tested with following tracks -
For instrument separation and imaging - duende
For fun listening - Game of love-Santana
Matargashti - Movie Tamasha and
Bangla song "Bojhabo ki kore" by Arijit Singh.
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