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HiSoundAudio Wooduo 2 Reviews

Positive Reviews


Goddastically Powerful Bass for ~$75


Pros: DEEP Substance-giving sub-bass, Extended treble, Sweeeet but clear mids, Wide Soundstage

Cons: Slightly Recessed Mids, Straight Jack, Very fit and tip dependant, driver flex

This will not be the most professional review you'll read. I will offer my experience of only the sound and build quality of these IEMS from an average consumer's point of view.   Just to give some reference, I'm currently rocking the Sony MDR-EX650AP as my daily earphones. For being earphones with balanced drivers at $60, they really have no weaknesses to speak of , which is why they recieved the "Product of the year award 2014" from What Hi-fi.   I ordered the HiSoundAudio Wooduo 2 because I wanted something with a little more oomph.   So here is my review of it: Build Quality:     Build quality is really good. It's not amazing, but it's...
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Negative Reviews


The Hisound HA2 & Wooduo HW2

Credit goes to: MR. DSD picture c/o: MR. DSD The Hisound HA2 & Wooduo HW2 Things at my disposal: Creative Soundblaster ZXR (dedicated PC sound card / DAC) Roland SRA-5050 (Professional Grade Integrated Amplifier) Lake People Phone Amp G109-A, 30th Anniv. Edition (Dedicated Heaphone Amp) Audioquest - Golden Gate Mini-to-RCA (0.6m) Sansa Fuze (Portable DAP) Dita 3.5mm jack to 6.3mm jack adapter (accessory included by DITA) Foobar2000 (Dedicated Music App) New SpeakerHeadphone Burn In Track. Pink Noise, Brown Noise and White Noise. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3CiZxstvEA Keeping in mind that the iem's are special in their own terms and make, each came fresh thus needing...
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More Reviews


Good headphones for Bassheads


Pros: powerful bass

Cons: the design is not for everyone

These headphones have powerful bass (comes with a lot of ommph) which is good and lets honest if your interested in these earphones main reason will be for the bass    For listening to music such as Pop and dubstep these are very good as the beat/bass just comes alive. For rock I found them good but not excellent. For classical and new age music its OK I found them a little too fun and bright and somewhat disorientates the presentation.  Jazz and blues again I find them OK but there's sometimes too much bass and affect the song overall negatively.   All in all fun headphones and if you mainly listen to Pop and Dubstep (or anything bass heavy) then...
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Bass head's dream come true.


Pros: Awesome , heavy still clean bass, Sweet mids, Nice and lively highs, better than average stage, Good package.

Cons: Bass? kind of Splashy highs, Microphonics..

INTRO:- With the HA2 I received another earphone, HA2 has a BA, this one has a Dynamic driver and is nowhere close to HA2 when it comes to Sound signature. Before everything let me make it clear that Wooduo 2 is not a new earphone by an means, its been in the market for a long time and has pleased toughest of reviewers with its bass prowess and all-round ability. For some, it doesn’t have a MIC version sadly. Wooduo 2 is a bass monster in short. Bass head's delight and is a must have for a bass head. This earphone comes in red only sadly, if you don’t like red.. tough luck. Priced $99 it's not exactly expensive but let's see how it stacks up against newer earphones like Rockjaw Alfa...
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Aero Dynamik

Hi-fidelity in-ear monitor with impressive bass.


Pros: Well controlled impressive bass. Excellent treble, resolution, and transparency. Wide soundstage. Comfortable to wear.

Cons: The midrange may not be to everyones liking. Cable is a bit noisy.

(This review is dedicated to Music_4321 for his outstanding contributions on Head-Fi)   Before I begin I would like to mention that I have no ties to HiSoundAudio or the headphone industry in any way. I’m just a hobbyist who loves music and IEMs.   No doubt about it; this is a great sounding in-ear monitor. Definitely hi fidelity! Not just relative to its price but also in comparison to my most expensive IEMs costing more than US $1000 each. However, this is not a neutral reference IEM but instead tuned for a very enjoyable, pleasant and non fatiguing sound and it manages to be so without ever becoming boring or dull. Plus, this is the only IEM in my collection that is able...
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White Lotus

Home theatre, in your ears.


Pros: Strong pronounced bass, great midrange, extended highs

I know there have been a few reviews of these kicking around, and I thought I would offer my views on them. Foreword:   I'm a production manager, but focus mostly on sound engineering and installations. I install and tune a lot of P.A equipment, and also mix live acts. My work environments consist mainly of: - live venues, - concert halls, - bars - nightclubs. - festivals - events I've taken a huge liking to headphones - IEM's in particular. I like the idea of having my own personal PA system that I can take with me anywhere. With Rockbox being in such advanced stages, and such great low-impedance portable amps coming out, you can really seem to get any sound signature...
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Back to Bass-ics


Pros: Abundant and punchy bass yet balanced and impressive mids/highs, comfort, microphonics, sharp looks

Cons: Bass may be fatiguing for some, wrong earbuds if you want 100% true fidelity

One word summary: FUN To be honest, I had never heard of HiSoundAudio before I stumbled on these.  I'm very happy with my Klipsh X10's and Sennheiser IE8's, but I'm always looking for new and unique flavors of earbuds and these Wooduo2's caught my attention.  I don't consider myself a bass-head but I enjoy a little extra on the low end; all the reviews on these HiSounds were praising the bass, spotted a new pair of these for $80 and took a chance. I've been using these IEMs for a couple weeks, and I haven't even looked at my IE8's or X10's.  I appreciate accurate reproduction and instrument separation as much as the next audiophile, but sometimes the typical...
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Release my inner bass


Pros: Wonderfully controlled and powerful bass, sweet sweet mids, gorgeous treble, great looks

Cons: Difficult fit, not for every genre of music, price

I used to be sure that I am not a basshead. My favorite IEMs for the longest time were RE-0, my favorite headphones were (and still are) various variations of ATH "sweet treble" sound signature, and in general, my favorite music genres do not demand monster bass. All that being said, I am a curious person and for the longest time I contemplated getting a pair of real basshead phones. Enter the Wooduo.   Accessories: lots of tips (including triple and double flange), shellcase, shirt clip, cable winder. I would have liked to have more tips on choice, since none of the included ones fit me very well. Still, much better accessory set then some of the competition.   Design...
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For the Basshead in All of Us


Pros: Powerful but well controlled bass, Nice selection of tips and accessories, Musical and engaging sound signature

Cons: Fit is finicky, Mild driver flex, May be too bassy for some

Introduction First, I’d like to thank the folks at HiSoundAudio for sending me a sample of the Wooduo 2 in ear monitors for review.   HiSoundAudio is a Chinese based headphone and earphone brand I came across on Head-Fi, much like HiFiMan and VSONIC. After reading up on the company and its offerings, I was quite intrigued when I came across the Wooduo 2 IEMs, which were described by some as “true basshead IEMs”. Being the self-professed basshead I am, I was admittedly excited to give these a whirl. Upon receiving them, I couldn’t help but notice the phrase “Unbeatable Sound Quality” in large bold red letters written across the package. An audacious claim, to be sure, so, does...
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