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Received my package the other day and got the Gold M-Duos and the A151Ps. For $25, these things are quite good; however, for the normal $50 price tag, these IEMs wouldn't be anything special. The M-Duos have muddy bass and piercing highs which would make them okay for electronic music, but the mids are drowned out to the point in which rock or any type of music with male vocals (or any sort of mid frequencies for that matter) are just unbearable to listen to. The A151Ps are closer to a flat sound signature but the clarity just isn't there. These IEMs definitely won't be making it into my collection. Of course, my dislike of these IEMs could be due to the fact that I'm comparing them to ones that are more than double the price. My SE215s are similar to the A151Ps in sound and have miles more clarity in all of the frequencies. If I wanted a bassy IEM, I would definitely reach for my IE80s instead of the M-Duos. If I wanted a v-shaped sound signature, I would go for my GR07 Bass Editions or my Ostry KC06As. But, like I said, for $25, these things are pretty good. Would've been interesting to try out the M6 Pros to see (or rather hear) the whole line-up of IEMs in this drop.
Which of the 3 (Mduo, A151P, M6 Pro) would be best for Classical music, in your opinion ?
Didn't get the chance to try out the M6 Pros. Out of the M-Duos and A151Ps, the A151Ps would be the winner there.