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Alpha & Delta D6 IEM

Alpha & Delta D6 IEM

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The Alpha & Delta D6 in-ear monitors were made with two goals in mind: First, a clear, balanced sound signature; and second, the kind of durability that allows you to enjoy it year after year. On both fronts, these IEMs deliver big time Read More

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Fulluphigh
135
Apr 23, 2020
If anybody is expecting a balanced, neutral, or anything other than "obscenely bright" signature from these, please save yourself the trouble. These are the brightest headphones I've ever heard. The pains I had to go through to even *hear* a bass response are obscene. Maybe a (much) earlier run was better balanced. Crinnacle originally described it as a V-shaped signature on his list (it's not, and he's since updated it to bright...). I bought my pair two years ago, so it must have been a very early run indeed, if that's the case. So just warning you off, because there are several surprisingly false claims in the reviews section here: If anybody claims these have rich, warm bass, or a good sub-bass extension, they're outright lying, which is a crappy thing to do. They'd be great if you just listen to classical, but even lower register woodwinds don't render well with them. Build quality is fantastic, the cable is great, and if you like a cold, clinical, bright sound, they'll be fantastic.
HamishtheDog
67
Aug 27, 2020
I’ll have to wait to see if I agree. The pair I received were obvious returns and missing most of the parts. They are now on their way back to A&D for a new replacement.
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ChawengV
17
Mar 18, 2020
currently this drop come with 1-year or 3-year warranty?
ConBrio
2
Mar 18, 2020
Has anyone found fit to be a problem? The housings are a touch big? And so noise isolation is difficult?
Fulluphigh
135
Apr 23, 2020
Housing is definitely rather bulky. I don't have an issue with getting a good seal, but they get uncomfortable pretty quickly.
TechieCreeper
8
Feb 10, 2020
Maybe I'm just an audio amateur but what are the different eartip types for? Obviously there are S, M, and L, but why are there 3 different varieties?
dgt5
241
Feb 10, 2020
Silicone tips with small and large openings give different bass/treble balance. Also foam tips which can create a better seal but are a little more fussy to put in your ear.
rumata13
552
Feb 9, 2020
it looks like cable is not removable.
teosj
69
Feb 11, 2020
Hello, yes the cable is non removable.
dom1234
65
Nov 4, 2019
Does anyone know how much extra do I have to pay if I ship this iem to the UK?
dom1234
65
Nov 4, 2019
yea but all that customs and stuff...
Mike987
34
Mar 16, 2020
I don't think customs or VAT will apply for $40 purchase...
vandons
7
Nov 2, 2019
Does the cable have a bead/grommet for cinching up the cable? That is always an essential feature for me.
teosj
69
Nov 5, 2019
Hello, I am afraid these does not have a cinch :(
audiotop
11
Nov 2, 2019
AkeebGT86
7
May 28, 2019
Relatively new to audiophile headphones, so I have this question. Will these be fully functional if used on a smartphone, specifically the Huawei Honor 7X? I've heard some of them need powerful amplifiers to work?
MKiro
52
Nov 2, 2019
Its impedance is 16 ohms, so it should be fine.
silversmith
31
Nov 2, 2019
The impedance is at 16 ohms and the sensitivity is 105db, so these should get pretty loud on your average phone. Most IEMs don't need much power to be driven because they usually have a low impedance and a high sensitivity.
ottershop00
1
May 26, 2019
Do these iems have good isolation? Would they work well as commuter iems or in a car/bus? Thanks
Fulluphigh
135
Apr 23, 2020
They isolate well, but the housing is bulky and not very ergonomic, so they get uncomfortable quickly. And no matter how good a seal you get, you'll never hear a bass note.
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