TANGZU x HBB Wu Heyday Review

TANGZU x HBB Wu Heyday review featured

In this review, I’m checking out the TANGZU x HBB Heyday IEMs. The Heyday is an updated version of the original Zetian Wu and has an upgraded 14.5mm planar driver, new CNC aluminium shells and a new modular cable. It’s priced at $199.

Disclaimer: This sample was provided by Linsoul for an honest review. All observations and opinions here are my own based on my experience with the product.

TANGZU x HBB Wu Heyday Review
TANGZU x HBB Wu Heyday IEM boasts updated metal shells and improved tuning for an excellent listening experience.
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Highly resolving
Smooth non-fatiguing sound signature
More robust metal shells than original
Modular cable
Could use more bite and definition
Not the most exciting presentation
Our Score

TANGZU x HBB Wu Heyday

  • Driver: Upgraded 14.5mm Planar driver
  • Sensitivity: 100dB (1kHz)
  • Frequency range: 20Hz-20KHz
  • Impedance: 16 ohm
  • Price: $199
What’s in the Box
  • Wu HeyDay In-Ear Monitors
  • 4 Core Silver-plated Cable With Modular System
  • 3 Pairs of Silicone Ear-tips (balanced)
  • 3 Pairs of silicone Ear-tips (bass)
  • 1 Pair of Foam Ear-tips
  • Earphone case
TNAGZU vs HB Wu Heyday design


The Wu Heyday earphones maintain their recognizable shape but have undergone a transformation with the incorporation of CNC aluminium and a polished dark grey finish. This upgrade not only adds a more premium feel but also increases the weight of the earphones. The faceplates feature the traditional Chinese auspicious cloud pattern, reminiscent of the Zetian Wu model.

Like its predecessor, the Wu Heyday is designed for comfort and a secure fit. The new aluminium shells also provide improved passive noise isolation. The new silver-plated copper cable, now in blue colour, offers a sleek and attractive look. The cable also features a modular 3-in-1 termination and minimal microphonics.


Heyday frequency response
TANGZU x HBB Wu Heyday.


The TANGZU x HBB Wu Heyday is a high-quality planar in-ear monitor (IEM) that boasts durable metal shells and a modular cable. Compared to the original Zetian Wu, the Heyday offers a more dynamic and engaging sound signature that can rival other IEMs in its price range.

While the Heyday is a great choice for those who are sensitive to treble, it may not provide the same level of bite and energy that other listeners prefer. Overall, if you’re looking for a smooth and balanced sound, the TANGZU x HBB Wu Heyday is definitely worth considering.

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