Tangzu - Nezha

In-Ears With 6BA + 1PZT

Sale price₹ 37,999 Regular priceMRP: ₹ 42,999

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Don't sweat it, this Tangzu - Nezha comes with a 1 Year warranty from Tangzu that covers manufacturing defects. All products featured on Headphone Zone are backed by an original manufacturer's warranty.

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Balanced Sound Signature

Wired Earphones with a Balanced sound signature presents a precise sound and an enriching listening experience, where sounds are naturally presented without extreme emphasis on any region. With a pair of headphones with this sound signature, you can hear audio with clarity and detail. The sound is vivid and revealing, a perfect mixture of instruments and vocals, lows, mids, and highs. This sound signature works for most music listeners who like switching between various music genres like Classical, Jazz, Blues, Rock, Folk and Pop.

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Ideal for Audiophiles

These earphones/IEMs are designed for discerning music lovers. If you are someone who cares about audio quality deeply, you'll want a pair of earphones/IEMs like these. You can expect them to present a Hi-Fidelity listening experience.

The audio quality exhibited by these earphones/IEMs is a beautiful mix of musicality, technical brilliance and high precision. These earphones/IEMs deliver a spacious and open soundstage with utmost clarity and detail. Delve into pure sonic bliss with these earphones/IEMs!

Ideal For Casual Music Listening

These earphones/IEMs are your go-to when you want to sit back and relax. If you’re someone who is looking to listen to music without worrying too much about the technicalities, then these are the perfect fit for you.

You can expect these earphones/IEMs to work conveniently and pair with most devices like smartphones and laptops without needing a DAC & Amp. These offer the ultimate convenience, but we believe that if you care about an immersive listening experience and audio quality, these are not for you!

Ideal for Commuting

If you’re someone who enjoys listening to music while commuting, then you know the value of a good pair of earphones/IEMs. These earphones/IEMs allow you to listen to your favourite track or block out the world for a focused podcast listening experience.

You can expect these earphones/IEMs to offer a seamless connectivity experience. They are lightweight in design and provide noise isolation as an added functionality.

Balanced Plug

6BA + 1 Piezo Electric

Replaceable Cables

A pair of headphones with a replaceable cable has many benefits, and one of them is if the connecting cable has a problem, it doesn’t mean that you have to buy a new one. If the connecting cable gets pulled or damaged, you can replace it and keep using your good-old headphones or IEMs. This way, your headphones will be protected and will last longer. With the advancements in cable manufacturing, you now get a variety of replacement cables with various termination options, lengths and quality.

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Tangle-Free Cables

Every time you reach for earphone/IEM cables to connect them to your earphones/IEM, no matter how neatly you "wrapped" them up, they end up in a giant Gordian knot of frustration. Tangled cables are the bane of modern existence, and everyone owning a wired pair of earphones/IEM can attest to this.

With advances in cable-making techniques and radical approaches to manufacturing, there are now several solutions to this universal problem. You get Flat cables, Mesh Design cables, cables coated with exterior covers and cables designed with a zipper style design to avoid Tangle and attempt to solve the issue.


Nezha marks a significant milestone in the TANGZU product lineup as it unveils the first-ever full-body resin in-ear monitors. These extraordinary monitors feature TANGZU's custom BA drivers, Sonion BA subwoofer drivers, and delicate PZT drivers, combining precision and dedication to create high-caliber products that warm every heart.



The dedicated designers and engineers meticulously refined the monitors, ensuring the utmost attention to detail. The Nezha monitors feature a remarkable combination of drivers for an exceptional audio experience: 2x SONION Subwoofer drivers (LOWS) for powerful bass response, 2x Customized BA drivers (MIDS) for precise midrange audio, 2x Customized BA drivers (HIGHS) for detailed high-frequency reproduction, 1x PZT Driver (ULTRA HIGHS) to deliver ultra-high-frequency clarity and precision. This thoughtful blend of technology ensures that our product provides a truly exceptional audio experience. The result is an outstanding product deserving of recognition.



Nezha is equipped with Tangzu's custom balance armature drivers, Sonion's balance armature drivers, and high-precision piezoelectric drivers working together in harmony. By blending these technologies, TANGZU has achieved an unparalleled audio experience with minimal distortion, intricate detailing, and exceptional audio dynamics. Nezha monitors employ groundbreaking Q-IAO crossover technology, allocating a greater number of audio bands to each speaker driver compared to any existing crossover technology. This innovation allows for meticulous calibration of specific frequency ranges, resulting in highly precise audio responses and eliminating phase incongruities among the drivers.



TANGZU's design philosophy draws inspiration from the profound vision of Nezha, capturing beauty even within destructive flames. The emblem symbolizes Nezha's life, his flaming wheels, power, and the lotus from which he was reborn. Guided by this philosophy, the creations aim to uncover and showcase the inherent beauty in everything. To achieve the essence of rising flames, TANGZU meticulously layered electroplated aluminum flakes within the resin layers, featuring the emblem as a symbol of Nezha's power. This intricate process, executed with precision and detail, reflects the commitment to delivering exceptional design and manufacturing. The final touch involves high-precision laser-cut gold-plated aluminum plates, ensuring a product that stands out with sharp looks and smooth edges.



Tangzu Nezha includes a top-tier cable featuring a Single Wire (0.05*98) OCC Silver Plated 98 X 4 Strand with a customized PVC Sleeve LITZ Structure. The cable is equipped with both 3.5mm single-ended and 4.4mm balanced modular plugs for versatile connectivity options. Alongside this premium cable, Tangzu ensures a comprehensive package with additional accessories, including an IEM Leather Case, Sancai Widebore Eartips, and Sancai Balanced Eartips. The Nezha comes with a comprehensive set of accessories, making it a complete package. TANGZU provides users with the necessary tools to fully enjoy their listening experience.

1 Year Warranty

Don't sweat it, this Tangzu - Nezha comes with a 1 Year warranty from Tangzu that covers manufacturing defects. All products featured on Headphone Zone are backed by an original manufacturer's warranty.

Read more about Tangzu's warranty in India.

Exceptional and Thoughtful Audio Product

TANGZU is dedicated to delivering an unparalleled music-listening journey with its premium IEMs. By partnering with top-tier manufacturers and suppliers and constantly refining their procurement and production procedures, TANGZU ensures their products adhere to the highest benchmarks. Customer service is a top priority at TANGZU, and they genuinely value your input and feedback.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Kathiravan C (Salem)
Tangzu Nezha

1) very good sound quality
2) premium accessories and looks

1) subbass rumble could be better
2) size on the bigger side for some

I would like to thank TangZu for including me in this review tour which is held in my country. No sort of financial assistance has been provided to me for this review.


Tangzu, the brand which needs no introduction is a relatively new brand based in China, they have been quite popular in recent times given their previous Yuan Li & Shimin Li iems. Today we take a look at their high end Nezha iem.


PLUG TYPE: MODULAR 3.5mm, 4.4mm.

Tangzu nezha overview:

the body of the nezha is on the bigger side but i found no issue in comfort. the outer face plate looks beautiful and classy and the red color is very flashy. Sound wise it offers a smooth and very detailed sound reproduction that I enjoy very much. There is no harshness in the sound even though the upper treble region is very extended.

Sound Analysis:

Bass Section:
1) The bass is strong and punchy, the mid bass is more punchy than the subbass.
2) Subbass extension is good and captures plenty of detail.
3) Midbass provides warmth and fullness to the sound.
4) Bass rumble is present but it can be better.

Mid Section:
1) The mid section is the star attraction of Nezha's sound. It is detailed and very full bodied sounding.
2) Male and female vocals sound lush and full bodied, with nice tone.
3) Mids are more on the forward side but it is not too much.
4) Timbre of vocals is good and realistic, providing a realistic experience overall.

Treble Section:
1) Treble is smoothly extended to upper treble but it is not harsh at all
2) Very resolving treble which adds to overall resolution.
3) Cymbal hits are sharp but not fatiguing so it leads to a comfortable listening experience.

The soundstage is wide and the layering is very good. Imaging is also spot on. Resolution is high because of the extended upper treble. Details are not forced so it is a relaxing listen. Tone and timbre overall I feel is smooth and neutral.

The Nezha is a high end iem with a high end sound. The included accessories and case are premium quality and the overall sound profile is neutral and smooth.

Thanks a lot for your detailed and genuine feedback, we're glad that you have such positive thoughts about the product and we'll share your thoughts with the brand as well. It'll also help our fellow customers to make the right choice!

Rajasri Mitra (Kolkata)
TangZu's best yet!

I will be comparing the Nezha closely to Tangzu's own Zetian Wu Heyday, which is one of my personal favorite earphones to come out recently.

Build & Fit
The Nezha is significantly lighter than Heyday as it's a resin shell as compared to all metal. Size wise the Nezha is bigger as well. The Nezha looks more eye catching due to the red flakes (specially when the light hits them directly) as compared to Heyday which is really understated. When it comes to fit, even though the Nezha is a bit bigger, it sets better and snugger than the Heyday and that translated to better comfort in the long run. But both are comfortable to my ears. One thing to note though: The 2 pin on the Nezha is very tight, I wish it were a bit looser. Time will tell if it loosens up. The luxurious carry case and the cable that came with the Heyday was amazing, at any price range. And the same is the case for Nezha but it is now even more refined. The material on the carry case is now leather (mock leather I presume) and is textured. It is also a bit more streamlined as compared to the Heyday version. I would consider the Nezha case an improvement. But either way, neither can be fit in a pocket. They are transportable cases, meant to be put in bags.
The improvement carries to the cable as well. Both cables are gorgeous looking, but the Nezha plug is significantly smaller and less bulky, even though it retains the modularity.
The Nezha also comes with Tang Sancai Wide Bore & Balanced set of eartips (more in sound quality section).

Amp Needs
The Nezha is a BA+electret combination and it should be very sensitive, and it is. It is easy to drive. It is significantly easier to drive than Heyday which is a big (for portable uses) planar driver and needs more current. I use them both with my time tested E1DA 9038D and also the Fiio UTWS5 when outside. With Nezha i get loads of headroom, much more than I will ever need. With the Heyday I get loads of headroom on the 9038D but and also sufficient headroom with the UTWS5 unless the recording is quiet and, in that case, I need to max out.
So, in conclusion, no external amp is needed for the Nezha.
Sound Quality
As a reviewer, lots of earphones have come over the past to me. Some good, some bad, mostly "okay". I had really liked the Heyday, so much so I purchased a retail unit for myself. Up to that point, it remained one of the most resolving earphones I had heard, by a big margin. I really couldn't find much fault with it.
Honestly, I expected Nezha to be at most as good as Heyday for my personal taste. And I was a bit apprehensive about the electret driver, hoping it would be treble murder. Boy was I wrong. The moment I put it on, I was shocked to hear the smoothness in the treble, AND that excellent extension. It sounded open, un-restrained, extremely resolving as well. It out-resolved the Heyday by a big margin. A/B'ing the two, it sounded like the upper treble of Heyday was almost missing in comparison. I was shocked really. It was like going to 4k from 1080p. All of a sudden, the Heyday sounded a bit spicy in the upper midrange, slightly thin and simply put, a bit V shaped.
Nezha's sound is what you get if you take Heyday's sound, flatten it a bit and stretch it on both sides. The treble extension is very smooth and very high, devoid of sharp peaks. Upper treble extension is key to hearing ambiance of the recording and low-level details. And it shows. Then entire midrange is so natural and very resolving. The ear gain region is not overkill at all, which is not the case in most earphones. I have used the Nezha for hours each day- at home, while commuting as well. Just plug them in to the UTWS5 and it's a done deal. The included Tang Sancai tips are also of higher quality than the tips included with Heyday.
But does it have "BA timbre"? What does it even mean? I have heard multiple BA sets before and yes, there is a "sound" to some of them. But that is only due to bad implementation. I have heard all BA sets like the BGVP DM8 which have minimal "BA timbre" because it was designed properly. Etymotic's BA driver is insane as well. The Nezha is also a BA earphone majorly. I kind of do hear it in the bass region, just slightly. The bass punch and extension are very good, simply put. But the bass presentation of a BA is different to that of a planar or DD. It is not a bad thing; it is just different. I do hear the slight "BA timbre" in the bass of Nezha, but that takes away nothing from the resolution, speed and overall punch that it already provides. I would categorize it as neutral (yet very resolving) bass with a slight hint of that "BA timbre". Except the difference in presentation, Nezha's bass is similar to that of Heyday.

Thanks a lot for your detailed and genuine feedback, we're glad that you have such positive thoughts about the product and we'll share your thoughts with the brand as well. It'll also help our fellow customers to make the right choice!

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