Oriolus Finschi IEM

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  1. SlingBlayde

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    Hello, first time poster here. Did a search and couldn't find anything mentioned about the Oriolus Finschi. I've had it for a few weeks now and am growing to love it more and more every day. Great sub-bass, mids that are a little forward, great clarity and detail, open airy sound, comfortable, great build quality. Yeah, I like it. Anyone have experience with it?

    I might add I had a very difficult time finding the right tips. Thought for a while that I had made a mistake. The Finschi is very tip dependent and likes shallow insertion.
     
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    Well, new member mistake. Mods please move to the IEM section. Thanks.
     
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    Have you heard any of the other Oriolus IEMs to provide a comparison?

    I've picked up an Oriolus Reborn recently which I'm quite fond of. There were a few positive comments on HF last time I looked for the Finschi but no real comparisons so didn't place too much trust in them.
     
  4. SlingBlayde

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    Thanks for the reply. The Finschi is the only Oriolus product I've ever owned or tried. I can say, personally, I rate it higher overall in enjoyment than my FLC8S and LZA4. I don't venture above the $200-$300 price bracket due to budget constraints lol.
     
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    I've had the Finschi for a little while and thought it superior to the EE Bravado because of the recessed mids and lack of sparkle in the treble on the Bravado. The bass on the Bravado is very good but not $420 good. I'm using a Norne audio Therium silver cable with a Sony ZX300a balanced and find it a great price performance ratio.
     
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    I'm using Final Audio E tips in the clear which I believe are the same as the black. I'm using Sure seal tips as I type this and they work well but do to the shallow fit or short nozzle of the Finschi I'm not getting as much Bass ,but they are really nice with a great balanced sound. This is a great IEM not just for the price but it does everything well.
     
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    The best tips I've found that work well for me are the Spinfit CP240s. Get a little driver flex during insertion but not usage.
     
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    First time poster here. I’ve had the finschi’s for a few weeks a love them. Compared to my other iem’s The soundstage is larger than normal and the imagery is quite good. I prefer the dynamic bass compared to my audio64 U8’s fast BA bass. I’m wondering... what would be the upgrade to these if I love these? Orioles Mk2?
     

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