Tansio Mirai

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The RGB is my new benchmark for technical achievement for IEMs. Its sound separation and its imaging is nothing short of breathtaking. It will produce the sound imaging in space that you had no idea about. Live music sounds like you're in the audience in the front row. BA timbre is there but what makes up for it is just how floaty and dreamy the entire sound gets. Each sound layer has something going on and this is this aspect that really separates the RGB from your traditional hybrid IEMs. Its mids have excellent note weight not too heavy or thick and nowhere near thin. Presents a clean neutral overtone but with excellent timbrally accurate precise sound across the board. Stringed instruments and vocals have always been the forte of the Tansio Mirai IEM and in the RGB. But then it does rock pop and bass genres amazingly well.







8 EST + 9 BA Hybrid 

2Pin 0.78mm

3 Tuning Switches

Luminous effect


3 BA + 1 DD Hybrid 

2Pin 0.78mm

3 Tuning Switches

What reviewers say 


The TSMR-5 is a musical sounding iem that is able to provide punchy bass, vivid midrange and detailed treble. The holographic soundstage provides a spacious feeling. There is an excellent showcase of control and energy. In addition, its versatility is showcased with 3 switches that can allow the user to experience a total of 7 sound signatures. The Tansio Mirai TSMR-5 is another outstanding iem from Tansio Mirai with its sublime sonic performance.


Sands have a clear w shaped signature due to the bass, upper mids and mid trebles playing a role in their sound signature but this time around the tuning here is more of a reference tuned detailed analytical sound signature. These share some sound traits from much higher end Tansio offerings including the bass end of the Lands and the treble of the TSMR-6 and mids of their flagship Sparks.


Land goes to show new uncharted places to visit. Greeted by vivid textures and an other-worldly soundstage, such technicalities make for an exciting phenomena. Big and often spacial reverb imaging goes the extra mile to guarantee you’ve never been to this town before. And while this IEM would be considered bright by most definitions of the word, it’s much more than that simple descriptor. Fine-tuning the LAND, just like the later released Sands, created a balance, a balance that brought a connection and involvement rarely discovered.

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