Kinera Freya 2.0

$ 269

  • 7mm DD + 3 Knowles BA
  • Impedance: 20 ohm
  • Sensitivity: 105 dB
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-50kHz
  • Alloy Copper Cable
  • Plug with 3.5mm and 4.4mm
  • Final Type E eartips x 5 ( SS/S/M/L/LL )
  • K-07 balanced eartips x 3 ( S/M/L )
  • 221 vocal eartips x 3 ( S/M/L )


Technical Specification


Tuning Concept


The main sound characteristics of the Freya 2.0 earphones are excellent and textured bass response with good extension. The mid and high frequencies exhibit a sense of density and clarity, with prominent linearity and good penetration. The soundstage has a certain sense of scale, with a pleasing atmospheric quality. These earphones are tuned with a preference for pop music, making them suitable for listening to genres such as pop and electronic music.

Shell Design


The Freya 2.0 earphone housing features a transparent base with a blue gradient, creating a delicate texture. It employs varying shades of color overlay, creating a play of light and shadow that gives it a unique artistic ambiance and an exquisite appearance. Glitter particles are added as embellishments in the empty spaces, adding depth and layers. Dark-colored pigments are applied diagonally to enhance the colors. When exposed to natural light, it produces a shiny gloss, reminiscent of the deep sea or sparkling stars, captivating and enchanting.

This pair of Freya 2.0 earphones embodies the integration of the “Goddess of Beauty, Freya” with maturity and elegance. It exudes a sense of romance while being generous, warm, and translucent. Sometimes alluring and charming, and at other times relaxed and carefree.



Freya is a goddess in Norse mythology associated with love, beauty, war, and gold. She was born in the Vanir tribe and is skilled in magic. Her father is the god of plenty, Njord, and her mother is Nerthus, Freya’s twin sister. Her husband is the wanderer Od, and she often weeps tears of sorrow in her search for him. They have two daughters, Hnoss and Gersemi.

After the alliance between the Vanir and the Aesir tribes, conflicts between the giants and the gods escalated. Odin sent the thunder god Thor and Freya to lead the army to suppress the giants. The Aesir emerged victorious, and Freya gained fame through her battles. Odin personally bestowed upon Freya the title of “Goddess of War,” making her the leader of the Aesir gods. Odin also rewarded Freya with a grand and magnificent palace, half of which was dedicated to the fallen heroes in Valhalla, with the other half reserved for Freya to train and select warriors for Odin’s cause when necessary.

Frequency Graph

Reviews From Specialists

"Well, at high frequencies, the Kinera Freya 2.0 immediately notices a very neutral, calm and smooth approach to tuning with good moderate detail and with that same warm presentation, slightly softened at the edges, with correct technicality and excellent shine at the cymbals they don’t take much attention here, but just carefully complement the composition without being too intrusive; they don’t have any harsh or metallic coloring. And it’s definitely worth saying that you won’t find any resonances in these headphones, since one of the advantages is that they are not very demanding on recording quality and clearly do not go into harsh analytics and transparency, so even in heavy metal or rock music with a lot of dirty instruments overloaded with distortion, these headphones still produce this area very carefully and pleasantly to the ear, not allowing you to pay attention to any recording problems in the composition you are listening to. Well, it’s also worth noting a fairly good bias in micro and macro details, so all the percussion and different sounds will be like the palm of your hand, and undoubtedly there are very long tails from reverberation effects that do not end very abruptly, on the contrary have a very long continuation."
Author: NymPHONOmaniac
"As for the treble, their not a lot to write about. It’s safely bright and boost texture of high pitch sound and instrument, we have few spike in upper mids and the freqency zone that extract main percussions like the snare and clap are louder and snappier than cymbals. It’s a bit dry too in timbre, in the sens their no sparkle or brilliance to be found and highs lack natural extension. Those aren’t thin sounding though, nor trebly or very harsh. We have enough crunchyness for minimal abrasivity in attack lead of violin or electric guitar. This isn’t cleanest or most refined treble, definition of percussions is a bit euphonic and noisy. Acoustic guitar feel a bit scooped-damped in string pulling attack snap as well as densify in body and blurred-dryed in release. Again, the Freya 2 don’t excell with whatever real acoustic instrument I throw at it, I can go on with clavichord and harp but will underline even more lack of brilliance, sparkle and harmony coherency. Let’s just say those are ‘’master of none, jack of all trade’’ highs and you will not be impress by the resolution it deliver as well as number of micro details it can extract. Soundstage is rather intimate, wider and taller than deeper and it can go depth-less when bass occur. "
Author: SherryLion
"The Freya's sound is a genuine V-shape tuning that mimics the Kinera's house sound. This tuning is done with consideration for the lower treble, a highly revealing upper mid range, and a well-controlled and clear bass. It's one of the greatest quality assurances I've heard of for this price range; it's straightforward, well-detailed, and entertaining. It's not like the king in any price range, and it doesn't seem like it wants to be, but I think Kinera is catering to those who enjoy a V-shaped sound and their fans, who are their devotees. The freya partially fits my preference as an audiophile who likes a neutral sound with a sub bass boost sound signature, which is why I find them to be interesting, illuminating, and fun to listen to. IEMs in this price range that I have tested include Quintet, Yvain, Flacon Pro, and many more, and I can tell that this one has a distinct sound than those. Either the midrange or the treble sounds better in some situations. Thus, let us ascertain in further depth."
Author: iampidugu
"To talk about the midrange, the vocals were clean and full-bodied, with a focus on weight and texture. The vocals had a sound that was both realistic and emotionally engaging, though the higher notes were sometimes a little harsh. The midrange had a softly bright sound with a hint of lushness and warmth that kept it from sounding thin. The vocals of the women were emphasized, and the tone was kept pleasing without adding shoutiness or sibilance. People who are sensitive to pinna gain, on the other hand, might want to be careful."
Author: pradiptacr7
"The thing we liked about Selective Sources+ Freya 2.0 is its vocal performance. It is a strong point for this IEM. With good powerful sources like Dethonray Pegasus SG1 Gold, the dynamic driver powers up hence the overall presentation looks a lot better and smoother. The build quality of the IEMs is also splendid. The thing which we didn’t like is its lack of dynamics, limited technicality, and subpar layering. So, we would end this review by saying that if you love genre-specific (In this case, vocal-heavy) music it could be a choice. But in the ever-evolving market and too much competition in the specific price range it is hard to survive for this IEM."
Author: Kingnubian
"The Midrange is the Freya2’s bread and butter. It is a midrange that is more lush than smooth with elevated upper mids. The Freya2 is not a detail monster but offers sonics that do favor macro over micro details. Vocals, both male and female, are slightly recessed with good clarity. One thing I noticed is how the Freya2 is less forgiving on tracks with questionable recording quality. On “Sweet Love” by Anita Baker, some mild hardness was noted. This may be a function of a touch of BA timbre creeping in but nevertheless it was heard. Instrument separation was also not class leading but the midrange does not sound claustrophobic by any means, just not as open as some recent sets in this price range. On quality recordings the true lush nature of the Freya2 was more apparent. “He’s a carioca” by Eden Atwood highlighted the Freya2’s mellow nature sounding clean yet somewhat reserved. There was no hardness nor harshness noted and this really reinforced the need to feed the Freya2 with quality recordings to get the best sound it can deliver. On quality recordings the Freya2 opened up quite a bit and seemed to breathe much easier. Timbre is a mixed bag and at times a hint of BA timbre was present combined with a hint of compression. Of course this was more easily heard on tracks with acoustic instruments such as The Robert Glaspers Trios’ track “No Worries”. Transients were reproduced well with a sharp attack and organic falloff."
Author: JQuB3
"The KF2 delivers a rich, immersive audio experience. The bass is deep and authoritative making it clear that the KF2 is going for oomph (aka quantity) over nuance (aka quality) when it comes to the lows. The tuning is more mainstream/commercial and emphasizes fun sound. Not that I’m complaining. But if you’re someone who prefers their bass to be tight and well-textured, then perhaps KF2 may not live up to your expectations. The good thing, however, is that there is no bass bleed, nor does the bass sound muddy or distorted. The midrange is smooth, allowing vocals to shine with remarkable clarity and detail. The KF2 handles vocals like a champ, delivering the emotion and nuances with perfection."
Author: zabiri
"Let’s talk about Freya 2’s bass performance, spoiler: its good, it mantains a satisfactory balance between quality and quantity. Its bass is handled by 7mm single dynamic driver (1DD). This has that classic dynamic punch, which I personally really like, due to the dynamic driver. Sub bass is a bit more extended compared to the mid bass. Sub bass hit has good body and rumble. Although mid bass is not as forward as sub bass, it does not lack in authority. This has that good physicality factor. A bit more mid bass extension would have been great in my opinion, because lets say in more acoustic tracks mid bass may seem a bit overshadowed by the sub bass. Bass speed is on the faster side. Bass note separation is good and bass texture is decent. This provides a fun/ musical experience without hampering other frequencies. Score: 4/5 "


What’s In The Box



  • Final Type E eartips x 5  ( SS/S/M/L/LL )
  • K-07 balanced eartips x 3 ( S/M/L ) 
  • 221 vocal eartips x 3 ( S/M/L )

Weight Of Earbuds

  • The weight of earbud is only 3.6± g,  comfortable for wearing for a long time.

Nozzle size

  • Nozzle size is 6.82mm, select different eartips to hear more possible sound.

Package Contents

  • One pair of Kinera Freya 2.0 In-ear monitors.
  • One Modular Alloy Copper Cable
  • Five pairs of Final Audio Type E ear tips.
  • Six pairs ( K-07 balaced eartips & 221 vocal eartips ) of Kinera Custom ear tips.
  • Premium Storage Case.
  • 3.5mm & 4.4mm modular plug.
  • Cleaning Brush.
  • User Manual.


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