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post #91 of 95

Can't wait to get them and give them a listen. I'm not looking for anything incredible here, just decent sounding with a little bass and clear mids. We shall see..

post #92 of 95

Hi guys, I just got mines, how do I tell if i have a driver imbalance?

 

 

post #93 of 95

I guess these IEMs are one of the underrated out there. They need "a lot" of burn-in to shine IMHO. At first they were very muddy I almost put it to trash, but I gave them a chance and use them on commutes then the boxy muddy tamed a bit after some weeks. Then months have passed and now it is very nice IEM to my ears. Even better than the pricier VSONIC GR06 in terms of detail retrieval without the muddiness. Its highs extension seem to really improved. It is nicely extended. And the bass impact is win! Mids are kinda grainy but I still love it as it is nice for guitars on many metal songs which I often listen. The highs really impress me as I can hear cymbals like I never did before the burn-in. These are one of the IEMs that change drastically from break-in IMHO.

post #94 of 95

I agree, underrated for sure, love these. These are my favs, you could say they were my gateway into checking out this particular scene.

post #95 of 95

Got these for the princely sum of £8, Bargain!

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