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🎧 We are giving a test drive to the Songful T3, adding them to the list of Songful earphones reviewed. In the past we reviewed the Songful F2 which proved to be an excellent bang for the buck earphone with robust metal housings, nice design and most of all unexpected very good overall sound quality.
From the very beginning the Songful T3 are giving good signs that they could follow the line of the Songful F2. Some of the signs that makes us feel confident are the fact that again Songful decided to use robust metal materials for the construction of the housings of the Songful T3 and every detail (except the mic) is also made of metal. At the same time they did not cheap out on design, housings are well designed and look much more premium than they are (considering the ridiculous low selling price that they have)
Cable feels robust and has a proper rubberized anti-tangling quality, on the cable an inline microphone and 1-button control is found, specifically on the cable section belonging to the right earpiece.
The Songful T3 can be bought in black, white, pink or blue.
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Accessories & Packaging
Out of the box you get 2 pairs of extra eartips. Everything comes in a simple and small packaging.
The Songful T3 have a good quantity of bass that is able to provide enough punch and depth for most occasions. For music requiring less bass, at times they could feel a bit boomy. Overall, bass provides adequate warmth and energy to make songs sound full and fun.
An EQ made the bass of the Songful a lot deeper and punchier with sub-bass depth being the most enhanced of both.
Overall, bass provides adequate warmth and energy…
The Songful T3 went through our standardized extreme bass tests supporting up to 42% of the maximum power coming from a Fiio E12 amplifier while being set to high gain, bass boost on and applying a custom basshead EQ. As a result the Songful T3 gained a great increase in punch and sub-bass depth but did not achieve any basshead impact level.
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Lower mids recession makes the Songful T3’s lower vocals sound laid back and lack some extra amount of energy, despite this recession and congested sound they are not the most muffled earphones that you can find around. For less demanding listeners their mids recession could be within an acceptable level. Higher mids are not harsh, which is good news for treble sensitive people.
With an EQ, lower mids and lower vocals clear up significantly but a hint of boxy sound start to show up and harshness can start to appear.
The highs of the Songful T3 lack brightness and are unable to provide any level of detail or definition. Piercing highs is not a thing you will perceive with this earphones nor sibilance.
If you are searching for an earphone with detailed and bright highs this are certainly not the wisest choice like the Senfer 4in1.
Using an EQ, piercing highs become noticeable, sibilance is still not an issue with them and a lot of improvement is obtained making their highs much clearer and brighter but remain unable to provide any detail.
The sound that leaks out of these earphones is acceptable and kind of inline with many average earphones. Sound can be heard by nearby people but if used in normally noisy situations they are not felt too loud.
The Songful do a fair job blocking outside noises but they are not outstanding, higher volume levels are needed to increase their effectiveness.
The Songful T3 fit perfectly inside the ears without having to make much effort to position them, they fit deep and having solid but very small housings do not generate pain or discomfort. Their fit is tight, firm and the deep that sits almost flush with the ears, maybe not as flush as to be the most comfortable earphones to use with the head sideways on a pillow but enough to be usable on these situations.
Response to Equalization
The Songful provide a good response to custom equalization, they can be brighten up by emphasizing higher frequencies without an excess of piercing highs, mids clear up and sound much better but higher mids can start to sound harsh, bass becomes much punchier and deeper without much problems introduced.
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|Cord||Y-type, round cord|
|Plug||Stereo mini plug|
|Supplied Accessories||2x Earphone tips|
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