Product Launch : Hisenior Febos Fe3U

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IEM market is still on the rise, demand for good quality “Value for Money” earphone is growing every day. Chinese brands are leading the way with a lot of new entries into the market. Those who existed are introducing earphone in new price brackets and different target consumers.


HiSenior has been making a lot of waves in the entry level market with their T2U dual BA earphone which is priced at just $80. And guess what, they have another $80 IEM which has 5BA drivers per side. They have a whole array of IEMs starting a just $60 going as high as $819 for the flagship MG12U for universal earphones. They have a range of custom IEM, a bit more expensive than the universal trim. Most of their IEMs are bang for buck, for an instance, it is hard to find a 8BA IEM for under $200 but HiSenior has the B8 at just $199.

Now HiSenior has introduced a premium range of IEMs under their sister brand “Febos” and Fe3U is the first IEM from them. (with plans for Fe6U and Fe8U in future). It uses 3 BA drivers, one for bass, mids and highs each, incorporated in a 2 way crossover. It is available in only one color and is priced at $199.

Get one for yourself from here:

Get in touch with HiSenior:

https://www.facebook.com/HiseniorAudio (custom@hisenior-iem.com)

ABOUT FEBOS Fe3U:-

In their words:

“Fe3U Noise cancelling earphones is universal fit version Fe3 from Febos, the NEW independent brand set by Hisenior. Same as famous SHURE SE535, the Fe3U with 3BAs Sonion 33AJ and 2323 + 2Ways crossover sound tuning and delivers the spacious surround sound with clear separation of highs ,lows, mids for beautiful sound straight to your brain.”

      Allergy Free Egger Resin Shell/Faceplate
      Custom Personalized Shell and Faceplate Select supported
      Recessed 0.78mm 2Pins Connector (more tight and Signal deliver)
      8 Core OCC cable with L-shape male connector (default: 3.5mm jack-plug, 2.5mm/4.4mm available)     
      Custom-fit CIEM available

SPECIFICATIONS:-

Driver Type:                      3 x BA drivers (33AJ007+ 2323) 1 low, 1 mid, 1 high in a 2 way crossover

Frequency response:      15hz – 22khz

Sensitivity:                        113db SPL/mW

Impedance:                       40 OHM @1khz

Noise Attenuation:          -19db

Cable:                                0.78mm 2pin 8 Core Braided Detachable cable

Warranty:                         2 year (earphones only)

IN BOX CONTENT:

Fe3U Universal Fit Earphones

Waterproof protective case

1.2m/47″ 8 Core 6N-OCC Detachable Cable

3.5mm to 2.5mm Balanced Converter

Silicone and Memory Foam Eartips

Cleaning Tool

Consumers are impressed with the HiSenior T2U thanks to its “bang for buck” prospects. The Fe3U is not really cheap though. Priced at $199 HiSenior is projecting Fe3U as a more premium earphone. They are not leaving any stones unturned by comparing its frequency graphs with Shure SE535, one of the older but most successful earphones in the market. The graph of the Fe3U is more linear and doesn’t have the upper treble roll off seen in the SE535 graph.

Fe3U-vs-SE535-freq-graph

There are a lot of earphones in this price range, BGVP DM6, ISN H40, DUNU SA3, Spring 2 and many more, one can only imagine the volume of IEMs dwelling in this price range. HiSenior is trying hard but it remains to be seen how it fairs in the market.

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