Linsoul 7HZ Timeless 14.2mm Planar HiFi In-ear Earphone with CNC Aluminum Shell, Detachable MMCX Cable (3.5mm)


  • 【14.2mm Planar Driver】7HZ Timeless is truly living up to its name with its ultra-thin diaphragm and lightweight body. Everything feels nothing but everything. Time is within reach here. Selected 14.2mm planar driver and unique structure provide fast response, excellent dynamic range and frequency characteristics
  • 【CNC Shell, Exquisite Craftsmanship】Each earphone shell is made of a whole piece of aviation-grade aluminum CNC, with the highest strength level of hard oxidation treatment. It is durable and wear-resistant. The evenly placed sound track faceplate is like an infinity pool-timeless sound from here
  • 【Custom High Quality Cable】For the cable, it’s strictly selected to better present a smooth and satisfying sound. The inner core adopts single crystal copper and silver-plated single crystal copper while the outer layer adopts silver foil. The detachable feature also ensures future upgradeability and you are free to DIY your earphone
  • 【Lightweight and Comfortable】The earbud weighs only 5 grams each. You feel nothing heavy on your ear even after long time wearing. Ergonomic design provides ultimate comfort all the time. This pair of earphone could be an ideal choice for work and home
  • 【Array of N52 Magnet, Powerful and Dynamic】Timeless adopts double-sided array N52 magnet and ultra-thin diaphragm to achieve higher sound fidelity, bring natural loose and balanced sound to ensure transparent sound quality
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Product Dimensions

15.5 x 10.5 x 5 cm, 200 Grams

Date First Available

10 Aug. 2021



Item model number

7HZ Timeless

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  1. 08

    by BC33

    The 7hz timeless is great. My only gripe originally was the treble being a little strong, however your ears get used to it and don’t notice it in the end. Incredible sub bass and good sound stage.

  2. 08

    by Mark on LI

    I have a high end audio system with a dedicated headphone output. I have been auditioning various headphones–e.g. audeze, focal, and sennheiser–but I just find the cans uncomfortable and ultimately unsatisfying compared to my speakers. I bought these Linsoul earbuds on a lark because of the great reviews. I have to say they a incredible. The detail, separation of parts, soundstage, and timbral accuracy are astonishing. Fabulous! Better than the $1500 headphones. BUT, there is something about how they engineered the body of the earbuds such that they are just not comfortable. They provide a dozen tips for the buds and I found one that fit pretty well The problem is that the metallic body of the transducer is large and impinges on the pinna of the ear. No matter how you adjust it it just is not totally comfortable compared with the cheap earbuds that go straight in. I never liked the design–typical of Shure– that has the angled ear plugs and these are no exception. I have adapted to it, but I don’t like it. In any case, I would give these 5+ stars if they were designed to go straight into the ear canal instead of being angled with an over the ear wire. It is really annoying. But, that being said, the sonic performance is astounding.

  3. 08

    by J. E. Dalladay

    Brilliant headphones; they sit less deep in the ear than you’d expect, but are very stable. Sound quality is excellent with an HD source (I have A&K Kann Max)

  4. 08

    by D. Hutchinson

    Great sound. Well tuned. Very comfortable too

  5. 08

    by A. Topor

    Reviews were right, especially if you follow people like Crinacle. These are superb, detail is there, quite accurate sounding instruments in rock, not much to fault on this front. The bass is also quite noticeable compared to my previous earphones, kz zsx and even overear headphones like HD 598 and HD 650. I know those aren’t considered bassy headphones and earphones, but now reference sets, but it’s still worth mentioning for those that don’t like bass. It’s there, it’s a bit more intense and detailed for sure, but not to the point of ruining other sounds etc 🙂
    These also look awesome unlike what many say un my opinion.
    Also I have quite large ears, tall guy, use L size tips, theses aren’t a problem. I came across reviewers saying these 7Hz can be a little uncomfortable especially for smaller ears. Didn’t experience that, though if I felt them digging in at all, I simply readjusted them a little, by turning or pushing in a tiny amount and viola.

    Can’t imagine changing to other brands now, these are the best earphones I used for sure, using them initially on an xperia xz2 lacked volume by like 5-10% for me at times (these planar earphones need more power). After upgrading my phone to a Xperia 5III not too long ago that problen was fixed. The more recent Sony phones seem to supply enough power.

  6. 08

    by Mr Michael J Fogg

    Bought these to replace Bluetooth headphones. Though I enjoy the convenience of wireless, having to replace them every two years due poor battery life is annoying. I have plenty of over ears I’ve had for years which obviously still work perfectly, I’m no fan of waste.

    That aside these are just lovely. They are a little pitchy, doesn’t bother me at all but might some. For the price the clarity and quality of the sound is excellent. I love em. Go see pro reviews for details but I recommend them as a cheap-ish audiophile myself.

  7. 08

    by oOKingOfLimbsOo

    So I purchased the Timeless AE as my original Timeless went walkabout.

    Timeless AE, not my cup of tea, but definitely going to be someone elses if your a little more bass driven.

    I actually returned mine (thanks for the great customer service by the way) and got the original timeless again. The clarity of the OG Timeless is just unmatched in my opinion.

    The bass is punchy, mids are perfectly balanced between bass and treble frequencies. The treble is where its at with these. You hear all the little nuances the artist wanted you to hear. These are great if you’re into heavily layered tracks, I can sit and choose which instruments I want to listen to individually with the clarity and dynamics of the OG.

    Listening to different genres is such an experience.
    I can go from Jazz and hear the fingers plucking the strings, to Billie Eilishs voice hearing every rasp and breath. You then go to someone like Kill The Noise and the bass just punches your head in whilst the treble dances maniacally on top.

    Now the price may put you off. In this case, maybe try the Zero by 7Hertz. Another great headphone. On the flip side, if you own the Zeros and are impressed, start saving for the Timeless.

    All in all, no cons for myself, reviewers mention the trebles as being ear breaking. This is an exaggeration of personal preference. They are beautifully balanced. And the same goes for the Timeless AE where everyone says they’re for bass heads, not quite, they are bassy yet still well balanced, just too bassy for myself.

    If you’re reading this as you aren’t sure which ones to go for, I’d recommend the OG myself. The bass is definitely there. If you’re used to a bit more thud at the cost of some subtle loss to detail the go AE. If you’re just interested in IEMs or just fancy a different sound for fun go with the Zeros.

  8. 08

    by Paul

    I was looking for an upgrade from my KZ ZS10 Pro because of the harsh highs. Bought Moondrop Aria which sounds more natural but I wasn’t satisfied, not a huge upgrade. I bought 7hz and… well, finally I can listen to classical music on IEM, especially piano. Bass doesn’t hit as good as KZ (but it’s more accurate and detailed), soundstage doesn’t have depth (is wide enough tho) but outside of that, they are stunning. Very well tuned, sooo natural with lots of micro details. For most listening sessions I actually prefer them over my big AKG K712 Pro. Not the best for games because of the soundstage but for busy tracks is definitely the best under 300e.

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