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RunningFetuses
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Sep 29, 2021
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Really hated that they showed the price of the original vegas as "original price"
but the product is nb. Heavy on bass if you like that
ss52
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Sep 20, 2021
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bass heads dream
I own the camfire witch i prefer personal.It has enough base and is good all around for any kind of music.my intial impression of the vega was. Do i need such a bass oriented limited iem but it grew on me.It is good for classic rock, jazz or any kind of instrumentals witch is alarge part of my collection.Do not try to listen to vocals unless you rather hear the backround music than the singer.Itis a treat to listen to santana with these.It sounds like you are listeing to them live in a samall venue.This is amust for bassophiles
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Jakob
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Sep 11, 2021
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High end consumer oriented(bass head) iems.
Just an initial review. I own 2, what I consider high end iems, Aether R and Kaiser 10 which I love and credit for moving me towards a more natural sound sig. I have numerous other mid fi, Massdrop plus, Nuforce hem 8, Echobox Nomad, Cardas 5813, JVC FW01. I enjoy the latter's dynamic drivers warm bassy sound and was looking for an upgrade to this considering my high end pieces are all balanced armitures. Well, just listened to a crappy dance track via my LG v60 and the improvements over the JVC is massive. Better on every level but mostly in clarity, a veil is lifted, background effects are easily heard not washed out, similar sound stage but vastly better imaging. Lol, honestly? I don't know if I can really enjow my JVC anymore now the flaws stand out so much. Minus a star because they are not perfect, the other all ba based kit are superior technically but that's not what these are about so it's not a big deal for me. Ive read the Dorado has better highs due to the addition of a ba but listening to these I really don't find them lacking at all. They may have an "L or V" sig but it's not nearly as extreme as I expected. These sound fine balance wise, just with more bass. I guess this is what you get with higher end bassy iems. Few weeks later... I'm quite pleased with these, they're really good for actual on the go listening where you are not able to really critically listen and the extra bass strength is an asset. They also are above average at isolating outside noise. Again, I am pleased with the overall balance being better than I expected from other reviews. Listening to metal like Amon Amarth the drums are really good with lifelike tomtoms only a dynamic can deliver. Guitar has a great weighted crunch. I am noticing details not heard before. The intro to "Arson" sounds like you are inside the home those bastard invaders have lit on fire to smoke us out! . They drums flow around my head with impressive imaging seperated from everything else improving perceived detail. Most surprising are the metallic "ting" of cymbals... this is that balance that surprised me as I expected stuff like this to be way back and buried but it's not. Not saying these are sparkly by any means but they are not the overly thick soft bass head iem I feared. Really, they are just a really good version of a more consumer oriented sound signature. I haven't found them to not be able to handle busy fast metal. If I were to pick one track to show these off it would be Chocolate Chip Trip by Tool. A drum solo that will take you for an exciting ride. Enjoy!
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Wade67jwe
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Sep 10, 2021
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Super comfy!
Several years of wrestling has led to a bit of cauliflower ear which makes finding comfortable iems hard. Most multi driver iems are monstrously large which cause me physical pain. The Vega fit perfectly and are comfortable for hours. Oh and they sound great too, though a bit on the bassy side.
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TK1103MKII
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Sep 5, 2021
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Vega was released at the same time as the same Campfire audio Draco. I compared these two IEM and thought Draco was better sound firstly. Draco has more flamboyant sound. But I also have other Campfire audio IEM, Andromeda is more brilliant sounds than Draco, and Vega 2020 has a gentler sound than the old Vega. I have been using Vega 2020 for 2 weeks. This sound/music is pleasing to my ear, and this IEM can be used for a long time (more than 2hours) no problem (not tired), the small IEM'S shell and gentlemanly sound are the only ones in my collection. If you buy only one high-end IEM, this IEM doesn't have a exciting/stimulating sound. But if you have already some high-end IEMs, this IEM is recommended.
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LouisX
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Sep 4, 2021
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