When you review a lot of headphones there’s a tendency for them to all begin blending together. After a certain price point headphones are just going to sound good (well, good enough). What tends to separate decent headphones is the design and tuning; how they look and how they handle specific sounds. So it’s great to have something really unique to talk about today in the Trinity Delta Hybrid. These headphones have one exceptionally noteworthy feature you just won’t find from other manufacturers: interchangeable sound filters.
The Trinity Delta Hybrids ship with three physical tuning filters (or pairs, actually) that you can screw in/out to change how music sounds. The idea is that whether you want your tunes to sound as natural as possible, or want to favor bass or treble, there’s a filter for that.
The filters come in a small metal tube and are color coded for reference. Silver = bass. Gunmetal = natural. Purple = treble. Gold = a blend between natural and treble.
Changing the filters themselves is easy enough but you’ll have to wrangle the earphone tips on/off each time you change the filters. I’d say you’re likely to find your favorite tip and filter combination and leave them in place; I doubt many people will want to switch filters very frequently.
The end result produces a very nice ...