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Wow. If you are new to In Ear Monitors, and are thinking about buying the BGVP DMG IEM, have no fear.
I am not an expert on IEMs. In fact, I'm not much of an expert on the high end of music: my hearing tops out at 12 KHz (probably the result of age).
But I do know something about sound, and I know that when two different instruments play the same note, your ears tell them apart by the the onset of the sound wave they produce. For the technically inclined, this part of the sound wave is called the 'attack'.
And the BGVP DMG IEMs excel at reproducing that attack. Everything I've heard so far is clean and crisp, particularly percussion. Listening to music with these is like being in the studio with the musicians.
I played around with the supplied filters, and frankly didn't hear any difference. Probably due to the limitations of my ears.
The ear tips that came installed were too small for me, so I replaced them with foam ones, which fit snugly and do a great job of isolating the sound.
Are these the best IEM's around? I have no idea; these are my first pair. But I can say the packaging is first rate, they come with a generous number of accessories, their sound is amazing, and Massdrop delivered them at a steep discount from what I could have found elsewhere. If you are thinking about making the jump from ear buds to In Ear Monitors, I don't see how you can go wrong with the BGVP DMG IEM the next time Massdrop offers them.