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Oriveti New Primacy Hybrid Triple Drivers IEM Earphones with Detachable Cable - Black

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  • Robust and lightweight aluminium construction

  • Dual balanced armature and single dynamic driver hybrid configuration

  • Natural and harmonious sound with heightened bass extension

  • Detachable cable with 8-strand twisted cable and MMCX connectors

  • Wide selection of eartips and aluminium carry case

Oriveti New Primacy Hybrid Triple Drivers IEM Earphones with Detachable Cable - Black

Oriveti New Primacy

Oriveti have taken their acclaimed premium triple hybrid driver Primacy IEM and refreshed the design with many improvements making the New Primacy an alpha performer in the in ear monitor world. These premium high-fidelity IEM earphones are equipped with a single dynamic driver and two balanced armature drivers for high-end clarity with natural and balanced performance and an abundance of low end extension.

Hybrid driver configuration at the core of the New Primacy earphones combines two exclusive Knowles balanced armature drivers with a powerful 8mm dynamic driver. This driver sequence matches perfectly to provide the most balanced and clear sound image achievable in such a small space.

Oriveti New Primacy IEM now incorporates an upgraded cable design and a different internal structure with refreshed sound tuning. With a high-quality detachable 8-strand wire cable design the Oriveti New Primacy keeps the MMCX connectors secure connection and easy upgrade possibility.

Reinvigorated greatness.


Oriveti New Primacy


Updated Design Elements
Oriveti New Primacy retains the same quality design as the predecessor but with some refined elements including updated nozzle, relocated dynamic driver vent and updated cable which doubles the number of conductors.

Hybrid Drivers
Equipped with a combination of two exclusive Knowles BA drivers and muscular 8mm dynamic driver the Oriveti New Primacy is able to create natural and poised sound with powerful bass extension for a true to life musical experience every time.

Metal Construction
Built to last, Oriveti have crafted the ergonomic housing of the New Primacy IEM out of aluminium making these earphones robust, lightweight and vibration free for a listening experience that looks, feels and sounds premium with every listen.

High Quality Cable
Equipped with a strong 8-strand twisted audio cable the Oriveti New Primacy provides a tangle-free listen with clear signal transfer. The cable is detachable and terminates in high-quality gold-plated MMCX connectors for easy replacement or upgrade.



  • Driver: Knowles Dual Balanced Armature / Single 8mm Dynamic
  • Impedance: 8Ω
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • Sensitivity: 105dB
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: <1%
  • Plug: Gold-plated 3.5mm Stereo Plug
  • Cable: Detachable 8-strand twisted cable – 1.2m


Oriveti New Primacy



  • Robust and lightweight complete aluminium construction
  • Dual balanced armature and single dynamic driver hybrid configuration
  • Natural and balanced sound with enhanced bass
  • Detachable high fidelity 8-strand twisted wire cable
  • Gold-plated MMCX and 3.5mm connectors
  • Wide selection of silicone eartips
  • Robust aluminium carrying case



  • Oriveti New Primacy IEM Earphones in Black
  • Detachable 8-strand twisted audio cable (1.2m)
  • 6 pairs silicone eartips (S/M/L)
  • 2 pairs foam eartips (M)
  • 2 pairs double flange silicone eartips
  • Cable guides (ear hooks)
  • 3.5mm to 6.35mm jack adaptor
  • Flight adaptor
  • Aluminium carrying case


Oriveti New Primacy


Product TypeEarphones
Feature KeywordComfortable, Ear Canal, IEM, In Ear, Lightweight, Monitor, Noise Isolation, Portable
Recommended UseDigital audio player, Portable audio system
Manufacturer Warranty1 Year
Included AccessoriesAudio cable (1.2m), 6 pairs eartips, 2 pairs foam eartips, 2 pairs double flange eartips, Cable guides, 3.5mm to 6.35mm jack adaptor, Flight adaptor, Aluminium carrying case
Part NumberNew Primacy
Headphone Fit TypeIn-Ear
Headphones TypeHeadphones - binaural
Cable EntryNo
Cable Length1.2m
Connector AngleAngled
Connector TypeHeadphones (3.5 mm stereo jack)
Detachable CableYes
Driver Size8mm
Driver TypeHybrid
Connectivity TechnologyWired
Earcup DesignNo
Frequency Response20Hz - 20kHz
Headphones Form FactorIn-Ear
Headphones TechnologyHybrid
Number of DriversTriple Drivers
Sound Isolation (dB)No
Sound Output ModeStereo
Smartphone CompatibilityNo
Smartphone ControlsNo
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)<1%
Wireless TechnologyNo

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Fun Fun Fun
by Nabeel on 16/06/2017
The journey to finding "the perfect" earphone is filled with lessons, hardships, heartaches, loss of income, joys, celebrations and special moments. Truth be told anyone who is knee deep in the earphone game knows that your wants and needs are ever evolving. I’m relatively new to the earphone game, my past history with earphones involves the following; Shure SE215, Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 (headphones), Sennheiser IE80s, RHA T20s, Etymotic ER4-XR and now finally the Oriveti New Primacy. From my list you can probably tell I like earphones with a bass emphasis. My reason for change, was to find something which enjoyable to listen to but isolated the low level rumble of the London underground.
My last earphones, the Etymotic ER4-XR were the best thing I heard in terms of really blocking out as much noise from the outside world, and bringing up every detail in a song. They truly are magical earphones. Alas, I had to part with them. Whilst sitting still everything was stellar, walking around, the microphonics of the cable was just unbearable (for me). Hence the search continued. I started looking around the forums, and took advice from hifiheadphones (where I bought the Etymotics from). I narrowed it down to the HEM6 and Oriveti New Primacy. In the end I decided to go with the New Primacy due to the build and rave reviews (you do have to take forum reviews with some pinch of salt. The hype train is sometimes kind of crazy).
The entire process of ordering was pretty good. I placed an order and 3 days later, bada bing bada boom, the headphones arrived at my flat. Upon opening the packaging I was immediately impressed by the maturity and quality of the packaging. Even the cardboard outerbox looked luxurious. Open further unboxing you note some more attention to detail. The Foam insert the earphones are housed in have a groove in which to wrap the cable. The accessory pack is really quite substantive, anyone familiar with RHA, these packaging, build, and craftsmanship is on the same level.
Now, for the important bit. How do they sound? Honestly, really fun. More fun than the Etymotics, more controlled bass, but not overwhelming amounts like say the RHA T20s. I listen to to a variety of different types of music (cliche, I know) from Jazz, Classical to Hip Hop and EDM. And these definitely, do them justice, and on commercial tracks, make you want to dance on your seat. Don’t get me wrong, you still can get magical goosebump moments as it manages to reveal details in tracks you hadn’t heard before, the hybrid set up is something I’m really enjoying.

To summarise here are my pro’s and cons
- Great sounding, with good controlled bass, but not overwhelmingly so
- Solid build quality of IEMs and Accessories. All aluminium is something rarely seen, even at this price point
- Really supple cable with no microphonics whatsoever

- Isolation is good, but not perfect. The isolation is good for all circumstances except the tube, they do a decent job, but don’t isolate the majority of low level rumble.
-There is some driver flex when putting them in (maybe it’s just my unit, who knows).

To conclude, choosing earphones is all very subjective, what I like you may not, however there are some truth to the rave reviews. Is it the endgame IEM for me, maybe not, I’ll probably buying something in the future, due to upgradetitis, however for now the pros outweigh the cons and I am very very happy.
Great Fun Sounding Earphones
by Nabeel on 15/06/2017
The journey to finding "the perfect" headphone is filled with lessons, hardships, heartaches, loss of income, joys, celebrations and special moments. Truth be told it's all subjective isn't it? Everyone hears sounds differently, and everyones ears are shaped differently. If you didn't cross that rubicon of upgrading the earphones that came with your smartphone, you probably wouldn't know any better what you're missing out on, and probably save a lot of money in the end.

I will caveat my review for any audiophile reading, I am far too much of an imbecile to understand concepts such as Frequency response, impedence, sensitivity and maximum output. Neither do I have the audiophile vernacular to use terms such dark, bright, sibilance et al. What I am though is a simple man that can recognise something good when he sees it, errr hears it.

Speaking of seeing. What you can immediately notice with the New Primacy's, is that the IEMs and associated packaging do look impressively well built. I received them in the office post, and my workmates (who aren't in any way inclined towards audio) chirped: "They look fancy!". So well done Oriveti on building something that looks top notch. And this is a reassurance, whilst there are definitely a lot more expensive IEMs out there then these. It is still a pretty big outlay for a lot of people. It is therefore somewhat of a comfort, that given the money you have spent, that they look the business.

In terms of hearing. These are fun! I bought these after using Etymotic ER4-XRs for a while. Whilst they Eytmotics were great for uncompromising accuracy, the microphonics drove me up the wall and music wasn't as fun to listen to.

I listen to a variety of different types of music (cliche, I know) from Jazz, Classical to Hip Hop and EDM. My previous IEMs were Sennheisser IE80s, RHA T20s, and as aforementioned the Etymotic ER4-XR. All had their own particular strengths. The IE80s scalability according to source was awesome, the RHA T20s had amazing bass, the Etymotic's ability to completely isolate you is unparalled. By all means none of them were bad earphones at all, however when you get deep into earphone game, your standards go up, and you want something more. These by far are the sounding earphones I've owned.

Are they perfect? No, they aren't without flaws. Isolation is good for most circumstances but not the greatest for public transport for example (or maybe the standard was set really high due to the Etymotics). You do get driver flex when inserting these. And the cable is prone to tangling.

Are these enough for me to not recommend them. Definitely not. They sound awesome, have great build quality, the cable is a thing of beauty, and you have a very comprehensive accessories pack (the case it comes with is Aluminium, I mean c'mon Aluminium!). Are these the end game? Probably not, as a IEM enthusiast, I will probably drop more money sometime in the future, but for now I am a very happy chappy.

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