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Next Generation 6BA + 1DD Hybrid IEM
- The Next Generation Of European Dynamic Driver
- Sonion 2600 Series Low-end Drivers
- Knowles 33518 Super Tweeters
- Handcrafted Beauty
- Upgrade Custom Cable
Mangird was started by a small handful of young engineers passionate about music and high-resolution audio. Combining their knowledge in electrical engineering and studio performance audio gears, the Mangird team has since produced numerous professional in-ear monitors that have stirred up a global sensation. Some of these include the Xenns UP, which combined the latest driver technology with a powerful tuning, and the Tea, which was beloved for its precise balanced signature. The Mangird team is committed to hand-producing each of their units in small batches to ensure top-of-the-line quality assurance and a bespoke character. Make every song your own with Mangird.
The Best, but Better
The original Mangird Tea took off with instant success across the world, with fans praising its natural tuning. The Tea was among the first few IEM’s to utilize a studio-neutral tuning that focused on flat mids, precision-tuned sub-bass impact, and a natural treble. Earphone drivers are typically not designed to simply give these styles of neutral reference tuning due to their acoustic characteristics, but Mangird’s engineering proved itself to be more than capable to manipulate the natural tonal characters of earphone drivers to achieve a studio-monitor sound in an IEM. Keeping this same strategy, the Mangird team has worked to create the successor to the original Tea, focusing on improving technical performance, an even more balanced tuning, and elevating the bass impact.
The Xenns Mangird Tea2 features the original Tea’s flat midrange, with a precision-tuned sub-bass impact that is 40% stronger, yet just as clean, to maintain an uncolored sound. This was achieved by using the next generation of European dynamic driver that substantially increases the membrane tension to allow greater resolution in the bass. The composition of the balanced armature drivers have also been updated, now using two Sonion 2600 series low-end drivers to achieve synergy between the BA and DD drivers and help boost the texture of the bass. The flat midrange was achieved by introducing two new Sonion 2300 series drivers that focus on neutral fundamental frequencies. A comprehensive passive crossover network incorporates the core ranges of each driver type to produce the perfect balance between tuning and low total-harmonic distortion levels. Finally, Mangird has listened to the audiophile community, which often pointed towards the original Tea’s lack of treble detail. To resolve this issue, two Knowles 33518 super tweeters were used, with their voltages boosted to match the rest of the drivers, and extend the treble extension. If the original Tea’s treble was described to be smooth, the Tea MKII significantly improves the treble output and definition, enhancing the detail retrieval and providing an excellent airy atmosphere - all while maintaining a natural tonal balance.
Each Xenns Mangird Tea2 unit is handcrafted, using German medical-grade resin that is painstakingly UV cured. This process creates an extremely durable shell that is also safe to the skin. The faceplate is also hand created, meaning each IEM unit is unique and bespoke for each user.
Upgrade Custom Cable
The Xenns Mangird Tea2 comes standard with an updated 6N OCC litz cable that has been optimized to deliver a more refined transparency in the sound. The 2-pin connector means that the user can easily change the cable to mix and match the sound, as well as extend the lifetime of the IEM without worrying about damages to the cable.
- Impedance ± 18Ω
- Frequency response range 20-36Khz
- Sensitivity 110±1DB
- Cable 0.78 2Pin