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The only thing that the Tagg Metal has clearly going for itself is the metal build and the rugged look. The sandblast finish coupled with the wire sheath give it a good aesthetic. When it comes to the audio, however, the Metal leaves much to be desired, with most tracks sounding muddy and lacking clarity at different volume levels. Going for the Ant Audio W59 or the 1More Piston Fit at this price point would be a much better decision.
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A wired IEM with a metal build and average audio performance
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