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Solid IEM for starters, Possible QC and design issues.
$40 USD drop shipping
Overall I like the sound is a relaxed and warm sound that is not really fatiguing from low to high volume. Mid bass is there when needed, but sub-bass is quite shelfed low in a rolled off way you won't feel it when listening to heavy bass tracks. Decent Airy presentation to with songs that have reverb and roomy recordings.
I do enjoying listening to modern urban songs on these so they are fine for my use case. (RNB, Hip-Hop as my main reference) I don't think they will do that great in other genres if you might be looking for more details and bite in the upper midrange and treble instruments.
I change between Sony hybrid tips and my old Phillips in-ear tips, the sound tonality doesn't make much of a change based on what I can hear when changing sillicon tips. Foam does indeed makes the high treble less splashy and minor affect to the airy end, but seem like it is rolled off more the high frequency range and sub-bass frequency.
Nozzle might be just little too short for some with small ears and a long canal, fitting can be an issue but foam can fix this or a larger size eartip is recommended. Maybe spinfit would make the difference and will be looking to try them on this iem in the future. Heavy iem which will take sometime to for your ears to adjust until it is comfortable for my small ears.
The imaging on this is quite solid overall I have to say, having decent foward depth in soundstage front row between 1 to 2 in that depth, not very wide though but atleast it isn't the feeling of in your head. Really great left, right, centre and rear that I think it is good for gaming and better then my other iem's in my collection.
Quality control issue with the cable after using for over 6 months, the connector on the cable they give you tension becomes loose (left side of the cable for my batch). Would recommend changing the cable if you're bothered with it. New cable will help if you would like to avoide wearing out the mmcx connector on these iem and please do get a tight one like Zowie tripowin $16 usd, which is the current cable used on my iem.
Also would recommend replacing the nozzle washers if you are bothered, as the o ring rubber ones start to stretch and not seal for long.
$40USD price is recommened if wanting to try new sound expierence in iem hifi/chifi audio. For those looking to spend msrp $100USD on this iem, I would look for something else more newer and recently released for get your worth out of what you are spending and not investing into this iem more then $100USD to fix the issues you might encounter like I have experienced to address the issues with these GT600s.
Would recommend to a friend.