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Universal Fit

VSONIC GR07

Great sound, excellent value

A review on: VSONIC GR07
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Pros: smooth, clear, wide bandwidth

Cons: none for the price

The overall sound is similar to the Audeze LCD-2F - slightly on the warm side of neutral, but without the ultimate resolution the LCD-2F has. And easier to drive so you can plug them into your phone. The bass is all there but it's not bloated or enhanced like it is with so many IEMs. The treble is all there but at natural levels so they don't sound bright. The mids are just slightly recessed...
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Pros: Instrument Separation, Controlled Cool Sound Signature, Focus on Overall Clarity

Cons: Accessories, Packaging, No In-line Mic Version, Thin Cable

Amazing little IEM!
Amazing little IEM!
a great buy considering the price at which they sale
a great buy considering the price at which they sale

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