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how does it compared to BGVP DMG??? similar price IEM
Taken from here: https://www.head-fi.org/showcase/bgvp-dmg.23283/reviews
"The King Pro and DMG go punch for punch. The DMG has a touch more treble energy with less forward mids. The DMG's bass is more engaging with a punchier presentation, however, the King Pro has better balance and extension which really shows itself on EDM tracks. The DMG can't touch it's awesome sub-bass. Detail and clarity goes to the DMG, but overall coherence is in the King's court. When it comes to staging qualities, the King Pro sounds larger and has more accurate imaging, but it lacks the same sense of depth and layering you get with the DMG. I feel they they perform on an equal level, though I prefer the DMG for the extra treble energy. The King Pro is excellent, but a touch too polite for my tastes.
They goo head-to-head in terms of build too. The King's aluminum shells are just as well constructed, though the gap under the faceplate, which is purposeful and hides the King's vents, takes away from the design's cohesion. Not an issue on the DMG. Comfort is good on the King, but it doesn't conform to the ear as naturally as the DMG. Isolation is also not as good letting in more outside noise. TFZ's cable is fantastic, but falls a step behind the DMG's. It's not quite as flexible for one, but the real kicker is the weight of the steel y-split which makes it's presence known at all times. It tugs and pulls, and will probably shorten the life of the cable."
I have the King Pro and the BGVP DMG. The King Pro has better sub-bass rumble, and a controlled mid-bass. The DMG suffers from a generally bloated bass that dominates the sound signature, not to my liking. I prefer the King Pro, but others may prefer the emphasized bass of the DMG. Both are very well made and comfortable, and the DMG has a particularly nice cable. Not sure how they compare to the King II or Ltd, and I've managed to resist the impulse (so far!) to buy either.