DB Monroe IEM
DB Monroe IEM
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The DB Monroe IEM takes its style cues from tape decks of the ‘80s and ‘90s. Its sound, however, is unmistakably 21st-century Read More
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Wallyrus
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Sep 27, 2020
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Clean
The style and overall look is nice and clean. I'm not the most experienced with IEMs but they for sure sound great. They are a little heavy due to the metal outer housing but it gives a nice heft to them.
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Would recommend to a friend.
LE1707
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Sep 4, 2020
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A bit bulky but sound great
The full mental housing makes the iem heavy compared to BGVP DMG. It does not have a present bass but accurate high to mids. I would not recommend it to those who wants a strong bass. Maybe to those who like a pretty accurate sound.
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motod
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Apr 24, 2020
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super sexy style, also sounds solid
presentation: let's be honest, this is why you (okay, i) got these. the presentation of the full package is stellar here. very nice box, some neat stickers, a metal and glass carry case (which looks awesome, but is not terribly practical), a metal plaque, the works. the cable is well-built, includes a chin cinch bead, and looks nice paired with the earbuds. and of course the iems themselves are gorgeous (although mine arrived with chipped paint on a corner). presentation is just tops. A+ fit: despite being metal (and heavy), they're surprisingly comfortable. the cable loop around the ear fits me perfectly. the included silicone tips, however, are incredibly flimsy/squishy, and i found getting a good seal difficult; without a good seal, they do try to slip out of the ear just a tad. switching the tips to some leftovers i had around the house seemed to fix the issue. (of note: they ship with one pair of foam tips which might be great, but in general i don't use foam tips, so i can't comment on that.) overall, fit gets a B. sound: (note: i am a music enthusiast, not an audiophile. please refer to reviews on head-fi and other sites before taking my word for anything. ;) ) as mentioned, better tips than those included were required for me. my best results were obtained with some triple-flanged tips from the MeeAudio M6 Pro, but i also tried some regular sturdy olive silicone ones. (in general, my favorites are the "hollow point" star pattern olive silicone tips included with KZ's IEMs, for what it's worth.) to me, the sound signature was warm and bassy, but reasonably controlled. they lack the airiness and "sparkle" of some of my other iems (KZ ZS10Pro, e.g.), but i didn't hear any sibilance, either. overall a very pleasant, inoffensive, easy-listening iem. bassheads will probably enjoy them (EDM has sounded great so far in my limited play time). these will probably not unseat any of my daily drivers, but i have no complaints about the sound. solid B. overall, i think i got exactly what i paid for: a competent sounding, incredibly attractive set of iems.
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Would recommend to a friend.