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Moondrop Stellaris Planar Magnetic IEM

Moondrop Stellaris Planar Magnetic IEM

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Moondrop is a name that carries quite a bit of gravity amongst audiophiles—and now the Stellaris Planar Magnetic IEM launches that reputation to the stars. Thanks to 14.5-millimeter planar magnetic drivers in each earphone, the Stellaris provides a undeniably stellar level of detail and power, without muddying up the lower frequencies Read More

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Arleigh
5
Aug 9, 2023
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Pretty good IEMS
Love the build and the paint scheme on them, but you can feel the weight of them after an extremely long flight. The ear tips that come with it do not do the IEMs justice for me and i ended up swapping them out with a pair of Final Audio type E ear tips and been loving it ever since. Just be very careful with the paint as i have chipped mine (my fault mainly) but luckily the chips are not on the face of them.
Recommends this product? Yes
Grebosaurus
10
Jul 1, 2023
Activities:Casual Listening, Critical Listening
Music Genres:Classical, Jazz, Pop, R&B, Rock, World
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Very good sound, poor ergonomics
They are beautiful in-ears, and the have excellent sound when used with memory foam ear buds … alas it is actually impossible to get the provided memory foam buds onto the armature. The fit is too tight. I had to use foam buds from another IEM I have. Silicon buds fit, but they make for a rather bass shy sound, particularly around 80 to 120 hz, were most of the bass action in (just about any genre) is. … and I am no bass fiend. The mids and treble are very good, but the lame bass is a deal breaker for use with silicon buds (which the manufacturer recommends … probably because they couldn’t get the memory foam ones on ;-). With foam buds that are actually usable, the sound is great. Some might still want more bass, but for me it is near perfect sound for my taste. As to other ergonomic issues, The phones are awkward to fit poperly, and they are quite heavy. Suboptimal. I will keep them, but it is a marginal call.
Recommends this product? Yes
richardvrusso
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Jul 21, 2023
GrebosaurusHey Grebo, I'm thinking of getting on these. I was curious what other IEM foam tips fit on these (comply/westone)? I've been a IEM fan since 2001 when I discovered Shure's brand. I can never get the silicone tips to seal well for that great bass response. So it's foam tips for me FTW. Not to mention the sound isolation is awesome! I have comply's in my SE535's currently. Thanks, Rick
Grebosaurus
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Jul 23, 2023
richardvrussoUE foam tips fit I have not tried any other
ken.trueba
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Mar 29, 2023
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I thought these were wireless...
I thought these were wireless...  I didn't look close enough at the specs and thought the wires were for charging. Sound is quite good and the headphone wires do help hold the buds in place.
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SamadAhlHyade
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Mar 25, 2023
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Build is amazing, sound is mostly incredible.
For the price, these really can't be beat. Build quality is absolutely stunning, and comes with the the best cable I've seen on an IEM. Super detailed on the mids and highs, with just the right amount of low end to keep listening enjoyable. Might want to give them a burn in period however, because without it the high end creates quite a bit of sibilance.
Recommends this product? Yes
fpastorini
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Jul 21, 2023
Hi, according to your opinion which of the two has better sound definition, the Stellaris or the Starfields, thanks
ErickMuller
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Jul 21, 2023
fpastoriniFor me, at least, the sound was way better than the starfields, more definition, better base, it was basically a starfield on steroids and the mid range was a lot clearer to my ears, you don't perceive a veil specially with vocals or spoken word. Unfortunately, very recently one of my stellaris earphones died recently and I suspect it might have been responsible in shorting my magni heresy, sooooo, proceed with caution. Also the starfields II just launch yesterday I think, I saw that on Apos, so you might want to check those out, seems on first glance that it's basically a moondroop kato but cheaper, waiting for reviews on these new IEMs to see if they're worth it.
Mrudy
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Mar 8, 2023
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Great highs, meh bass
Theses iems definitely have a good sound signature but are lacking somewhat on the lows. I would recommend them for live music, jazz or classic rock. Not so much for hip hop or edm.
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