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BGVP DMG IEM

BGVP DMG IEM

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Featuring four balanced armatures and two dynamic drivers per ear, the BGVP DMG IEM competes closely with the FiiO FH5 in both driver layout and looks. It’s made the rounds on Head-Fi’s discovery thread, and aims for an ergonomic design with excellent noise isolation and comfortable long-term wear Read More
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HurtReynolds
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Jul 25, 2021
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Loved these.
These were my first pair of IEM's, and I truly loved them. They were comfortable, well built and the sound was good, at least according to my ears. Unfortunately, I managed to lose them like an idiot, but i'll always have a special appreciation for this one.
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Fox2twenty
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Mar 4, 2021
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Good hybrids
Ordered these about 6 months ago with a large drop order (well, large for me anyway) and listened to the other headphones first. I don't have too much hybrid earphone experience. However, These earphones deliver the BA shimmer up top and dynamic bass down low. I feel this has always been the promise of the hybrid iem and BGVP seems to get it right. Good stereo imaging and instrument separation- netflix is fun when the sound effects are directional. Still need to tip roll to get long term comfort. Have not used with an amp yet.
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khaja-724612
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Feb 18, 2021
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Sounds like speaker!
Gazabi
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Oct 10, 2020
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First IEM-->Mind Blown
Going from regular earbuds to this was quite the jump. The detailing and separation between instruments is leagues ahead of any regular earbud, the bass response is wonderful also. When compared to other iems, it still comes out on top with its great separation and good bass response. The build quality is great and is still going strong after almost 2 years. The cable was a bit stiff and heavy, but that was easily replaced. Would easily recommend.
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LE1707
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Sep 4, 2020
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Good punch in the bass which does not mud out the higher frequencies.
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JOBU
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Aug 28, 2020
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OK Since the Price was Reduced
My CCA C-12 are as good as the BGVP DMG IEM with a less muddy base. I listen to old school R&B music with a lot of base. I use my Aune X1S amp and/or Cavalli Tube Hybrid plugged into my Dell desktop computer.
TheRequiem
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Aug 27, 2020
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Good IEMs
These punch way above their price in sound signature and weight. Heavily Recommended.
stevethesteve
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Aug 24, 2020
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Decent, fun sound. Heavy bass and not that balanced. I think some genres are better than others. Ergonomics: they feel small in the ear because of the curve and taper, so I tended to handle them by the cable. They are good, but I didn't spend too much time with them because I got the P1s around the same time and ended up liking the P1s better.
bwong19
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Aug 12, 2020
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Good sound quality, good build
These IEMs sound great for the price and have a good build. Only grip is that the tips fall off easily and can be lost sometimes.
parrotman13
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Aug 9, 2020
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Only used for exercise
I have had this pair for several years (purchased when they first debuted back on massdrop). I haven't really ever got into using them particularly much day to day, but have largely left them by my bike trainer (just never got into the sound much). Only stumbled back upon this as I have been looking for IEMs for everyday use and saw they were back, figured it was time to share my experience. I'll warn, I may have had unreasonable standards for this set as these replaced my Westone 4R's after the housing broke ($400 IEMs). The issue is, this pair is very bloated in the lows, which makes them completely unusable with foam tips for me. This is particularly problematic in that it leaves the silicon tips as the only option which keep bass somewhat controlled, but slip out of the ear with the weight of the pieces (even using the ear hooks and the wire cinch). Somehow, they still managed to make the highs shrill and uneasy, which brings out a fair amount of detail, but at expense of earpiercing imbalance, even with the gold filter (bass emphasis) while the other two filters were unusable for me in the highs. The mids are relaxed, potentially too relaxed depending on song (some vocals become a bit back seat on some tracks). There are different needs for different genres, and I think these could be great for some. I personally did not care for this with classic rock, alternative genres (cymbals and higher pitched guitar solos being particularly shrill, especially Queen with May's treble emphasis), but actually love them on folk music (the exaggerated high end just seems to give additional detail to otherwise mid focused genre). These may have represented a pretty good option for the price point at the time, but I can't say I have been too impressed. Again, I am coming from more expensive options which may have colored my take on these. Seeing the price trickling down from previous offerings it might be worth a whirl if you like a fairly V shaped sound.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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