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just to share: i own the MD+ and had tried the FH5 (though very very briefly) recently. I was impressed with the sound of both! i felt the sound signatures of the 2 are quite different and if i had more money i would buy the FH5 too to swap around depending on my mood XD. IMO, The FH5 offers a musical, fun and balanced presentation while the MD+ offers quite a interesting mix of flat/neutral yet still fun sound with the boost in the sub-bass region. Paired correctly and with right eartips, it has quite a clear and detailed presentation along with lows that reach a decently-sized depth. I can listen for hours and fatigue does not set in as quickly as i suspect it would if i leave the FH5 running in my ears.
The MD+ is lighter and easier to carry around than the bulky FH5 with its thick stock wiring though. I was able to able to get a good, comfortable seal for my MD+ so its good for bringing around and wearing in noisy places. Felt that both the FH5 and MD+ are definitely value-for money iems.
Not everyone likes neutral/reference-like tuning, so the best is always to try similarly tuned iems if possible to get an idea.
Both pairs have quite a few reviews on headfi. suggest u check them out too if you are unable to demo :)
Thanks for this. Judging by the DR chart alone, it would seem this pair a tad strong in the 10k-20k FR, In fact would seem treble is more responsive than the bass. I'm super treble sensitive and seeing that curve is sort off-putting to me. Not a criticism of these IEM, just the type of listener I am.
On the stock single flange sillicone tips some tracks do have sibilance. i stuck to using the supplied double flange tips and never had an issue with shouty vocals, or sibilance pierce.
Running them through a player w <2ohm impedence, they sound good to me. anything above that level of impedence makes the sound too warm for my liking.