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Interceptor69
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Feb 4, 2019
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I just bought the TRN V80 IEMs- the first IEM's I've ever owned. Truly incredible fidelity. How do these compare to the V80's?

Feb 4, 2019
EcchiWhale
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Feb 5, 2019
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The BGVP's are in another class of sound quality. Once you buy them you'll realise that the TRN V80's aren't actually that great. Believe me, I bought a pair out of curiosity and I can't go back to them after listening to the FH5's. Buying these IEM's won't be a purchase you regret - until you look at the DM6's price range.
Feb 5, 2019
Cezary_Baryka
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Feb 5, 2019
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Way better, one of the best IEM's in this price range
Feb 5, 2019
DarkDelacroix
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Feb 5, 2019
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Don't have the TRN V80, but these DMG are a bit boomy depending on the song, they are V shape, so depends on what you like listening is going to matter. I don't recommend them for Rock/Metal; at least my unit get overwhelm with the bass leaking into the mids. Sounds better on my case with the following setup: Silver filter, Foam tips and not push all the way in on my ears, it dials down the bass a bit. Clarity is there, albeit sometimes a bit bright , some peaks here and there.
Feb 5, 2019
JoeBi
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Feb 5, 2019
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I use the gold filters and foam tips on the DMG for the tamest highs and for me it works well for rock music. I wouldn't know about metal or hair bands. The silver and blue filters had too peaky highs for me, but were still better than the TRN80, which I think could have been really good if they'da backed off the treble peaks.
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Feb 5, 2019
Interceptor69
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Feb 6, 2019
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They are a bit harsh at times. I do listen to a lot of rock and blues- loud. Actually i think one of the drivers in the left may be damaged- on one song with a piano intro there's a bit of a "rattling" sound. I plan on reversing the wires to see if it's the IEM or the recording but i don't hear that distortion on speakers or headphones. Is it uncommon for a driver in these types of IEM's to go bad? It's almost a rattling sound- almost as if something is loose in the housing.
Feb 6, 2019
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