BGVP DMS IEM

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A new player on the competitive value-priced earphone scene, BGVP delivers with the DMS: an update to the popular DMG IEM. Featuring six balanced-armature drivers and a single dynamic driver per ear, the IEMs use four-way crossover technology to create excellent cohesion between each unit Read More
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aLKayeL
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Jul 23, 2019
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Bass is it's saving grace
The treble is really rough. For some reason the treble sounds really odd and there's a bit of distortion on some treble frequencies. The bass is really great and punchy. You can't get that kind of punch from BAs. Mids are decent but frankly, nothing fantastic. Due to the tuning it sounds really warm and hot.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
Stingray58A
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Jul 20, 2019
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The high end could be a little bit less bright as shown in the freq. graph. They have a good sound stage and are most comfortable to wear. I often wear them for 4-5 hours without a problem. I’m not in love with the cable though as it tangles quite easily. Overall I am quite happy with them and would highly recommended them! Happy listening!
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Would recommend to a friend.
4Forethought
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Jul 19, 2019
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I LIKE 'em - 4.7 stars
Construction is very good and the semicustom design fits my ears quite well with one qualification. I found that both silicone tip designs did not provide either a secure fit or an adequate seal, resulting in unsatisfying bass and a muddy soundstage. Using the included foam tips made a big difference but didn't fit my ear all that well. I swapped them out for Dekoni foam tips for a better fit and it was like listening to a whole new (and much more expensive) IEM. Bass is good and decently responsive but not overpowering. Mids are detailed with slight peaks at the lower and upper mid range. Highs are clear and slightly warm with no sibilance. The soundtage is very wide with instrument detail better than other similarly priced IEMs. Placement for certain instruments is somewhat lacking but they still provide a pleasant listening experience. I usually prefer a bit more sparkle in the highs but the DMS sound really appeals to me. I need quite a few more listening hours to figure out exactly why I prefer them to my other IEMs.... but I sure do!