TSMR 2 earphone review- King of its price range


VS MEE MX4 pro :- ($200)

 The MX4 pro is a 4 drivers hybrid earphone with one dynamic driver for bass and 3 BA drivers for rest of the spectrum. It has a V shaped sound signature with a less emphasized mid range.

 Thanks to the Dynamic driver it delivers slightly deeper sub-bass reach. The mid bass is more prominent and is slightly bothering. The transition from bass to mid range is not as good. Mid range feels dull compared to the TSMR 2. The only good point for the MX4 pro is the accurate vocals, both male and female vocals have good thickness and clarity. It lacks a bit of details too. The stage size is smaller. Treble feels less energetic and lacks a bit of bite. Extension is similar. Layering and separation up to the class but not as good as the TSMR 2.

 Compared to the TSMR 2 the MX4 pro feels shallow with notes depth and has less natural timber.

VS Secret Garden 3:-  ($359)

 The SG 3 is a 3 BA driver earphone with only two tuning switches instead of three. The ergonomical shell makes it slightly more comfortable inside the ear.

 The SG 3 has plenty of similarities with the TSMR 2. The sub-bass are slightly deeper and more detailed. Mid bass has similar body but has faster decay speed, same goes for upper bass. The bass to mid transition is equally good. Mid range is slightly more forward compared to the rest of spectrum with very good amount of details and clarity. It picks up slightly better micro details compared to the TSMR 2. Vocals sound more transparent with expense of juiciness. Treble has bigger stage, better treble extension.

 SG 3 has marginally better layering and separation and has considerably better sonicality.

 SG 3 has slightly thinner notes across the spectrum, lacking body where as the TSMR 2 feels fuller and juicier. The SG 3 cab be sibilant at times, but the TSMR 2 has none of those problems.

 Untill you look into minute differences, SG 3 is not far ahead of the TSMR 2.


 The TSMR 2 is a jolly sounding earphone, exciting and eager.

There is hardly any other earphone in this price range which can maintain this type of details and clarity. What the TSMR 2 delivers is far better than anything else in its price range. It just sounds cleaner and clearer compared to anything else in its class. Pit it against something like the Secret Garden 3 and it still holds its ground.

 You might try nit picking, like notes can be slightly smoother and treble stage can be slightly wider, but then you are asking for something barely seen in its price range. And as a whole package the TSMR 2 punches way above its asking price. Let it be transparency, clarity or details it delivers like a winner. Tuning switches add even more value to it.

 I have owned plenty of earphones in this price range, but none of them were as impressive as the TSMR 2. And for an asking price of $169, this should be no brainer.

 Thanks for reading. Have a nice time.




Suman Sourav Meher

Suman Sourav Meher

My humble audiophile journey started in 2010, when I was in college, where I fell in love with the elements, nuances, and variations of this mesmerizing world. The ability of tiny earphones to recreate amazing sounds made my bad days tolerable and good days better! Now I am a full-time audiophile with a preference for musical tracks, especially vocals and engaging ones. I must admit I am addicted, but not to drugs or alcohol, but to earphones. Come join me as I share my experiences, bad or good, and let’s have some fun!


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