In-Ear Fidelity

Tansio Mirai TSMR-3 Pro: Unboxing


Before you ask, no. “Tansio Mirai” is not a Japanese company.

Product details:

MSRP: $190

Driver configuration: 3BA

This TSMR-3 Pro was kindly provided by Linsoul.

Non-audio opinions

My unboxing posts are pretty much the only times I’ll ever talk about build quality, accessories and the like. I’m not really the person to ask about these things as I don’t really care about them that much.

Accessories: canvas carrying case, leather pouch, tips.

Cable: standard Plastics One (or similar) cable.

Connection: flush 2-pin.

Build: Fully plastic. No comment.

Fit: Isn’t too shallow a fit, but I can definitely appreciate it if it had a longer nozzle.

Initial impressions

  • Doesn’t seem to be a set change for each switch. The switches work as a combo rather than as their own setting.
  • My personal favourite setting is “020” (only the second setting is activated). Best tonal balance of all the settings IMO.
  • Not particularly technical, but tonality is more-or-less spot on for most settings. Everything sounds correct and as it should be.
  • Pretty good all-rounder all things considered.


Due to the vast amount of settings available for the TSMR-3 Pro’s switch functionality, do head over to its dedicated measurements page or the Graph Comparison Tool.

My favourite setting: 020

5 thoughts on “Tansio Mirai TSMR-3 Pro: Unboxing”

  1. Yes.
    TSMR looks a kind of “fearless” product with different mark, lacking all the money and benefits that the former company has likely given to so called experts, reviewer, simple comunicators in the last 6 months. I do not like the too blown up hype about new products ( = publicity, web advertising to me). This said TMSR 3Pro (a friend’s) and TSMR 4 Pro (mine) sound really all-rounder wonderful as you drily stated. Still have to play with switches so satisfied I am of what I am hearing with acoustic music 16bit FLACs.

  2. Try 120 setting
    Seem to improve overall tonality and bass depth

    This sound goes in hand with 500$ iems
    I always prefer tonality over resolution, saying that I think this iems goes above fearless 500$ range

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