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These are a steal for the price, rivalling some headphones I have heard. They really highlight the diminishing returns of higher end gear.
To my ears, the overall sound signature is rather neutral and non-offensive. They are very easy to listen to for extended periods of time. The low-end is definitely the stand-out feature of these IEMs. Sub bass is big and bold and do not bleed into other frequencies. That being said, I do not think the bass is elevated enough to be suited for bass heads. Mid-range is lush and captivating. Vocals cut through excellently. Treble has a bit of laid-back presentation and is never sibilant. Swapping the silicon tips out for the included foam tips give a slight boost to the treble at the loss of bass presence. I prefer the silicon tips.
The resolution of these IEMs are outstanding. Instrument separation, depth, and imaging is amazing and I find the soundstage to be rather wide. The way the treble is presented does miss out on some detail but they sound damn good regardless.
As other's have noted, these IEMs are definitely on the larger side. I'd say I have pretty average sized ears and they fit pretty nicely but I do notice some discomfort from time to time. If you have smaller ears, you may want to take this into consideration.
Needless to say, I highly these IEMs! They are among the best things I have ever heard.
Also if anyone is wondering, these IEMs do come with 2 pin connectors.
Would recommend to a friend.
Do the JVC Spiraldot tips fit on these? They usually increase the treble and air slightly
I'm not sure. I don't know
what the sizing of the Spiraldots are but any "standard" sized tips should fit. I currently have a pair of Symbio W tips installed, which I think do an excellent job of taking the best parts of silicon and foam tips and fusing them together.
Ah, Symbio Ws are good too
anyone know how these compare to the Fiio fh5 or 7
Im looking for a new pair of IEMs not over 300-320 max. I listen to clasic rock 70s. I use an Audioquest Dragonfly, Oppo HA 2se for portable and a music hall ph 25.2 hybrid amp. Considering these, moondrop, thie audio legacy 5
Those are the exact 3 that I narrowed it down to, but in the end I pulled the trigger on the moondrop blessing2 as I've heard they are just flat better in almost all categories, but I would have gotten the Legacy 5's over the Mangird but I'm still a beginner so what do i know. I have the Philips x2hr Fidelio, HiFiMan Sundara, Moondrop Blessing2 (just ordered today), Galaxy Buds for my wireless earbud option and a Schiit Fulla 3 amp/dac. Any tips on how to get the most out of what I have?