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post #16 of 45

I have search hi and low for any reviews on these since I have ML Spires.  I'm dying to know how these sound!

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post #17 of 45

Sorry for the delay.. I've been letting them burn in.

 

ootb.. they had a lovely HD600-ish sound (crisp, airy, neutral, slightly warm).  Since then.. the note weight has gotten heavier resulting in a thicker and warmer, but still quite neutral, sound.  I've got close to 20 hours on them and they're beginning to balancing out between what I heard out of the box & what I just described in the last sentence.  I'm waiting until I've got a good 50 hours on them (ML notes in the instructions to let them burn in 15-30 hours) to judge their sound in depth.

 

Right now.. the overarching sense of the sound I get is very very neutral & ever so slightly warm.  Mid bass all the way down to the sub bass is quite linear.  I like this.  They've got a very dynamic sound (deep soundstage), impressive clarity, and excellent separation.  Vocals sound wonderfully clear.  Treble is smooth but extended.  Good articulation up there, too.

 

More to come..

post #18 of 45
Tell us more, I always liked ML's poducts smily_headphones1.gif
post #19 of 45

Where can i buy these? Or haven't they been released yet? 

post #20 of 45

Released. Try Audioadvisor.com

post #21 of 45
Any more reviews? I'm really excited to know how good these are. Anyone knows where to buy them in europe? Didn't find them on Amazon.
post #22 of 45

They look a lot like the Moshi Dulcia and the tips look like the Moshi tips I just had delivered from moshi last week. 

post #23 of 45
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Originally Posted by 20degrees View Post

They look a lot like the Moshi Dulcia and the tips look like the Moshi tips I just had delivered from moshi last week. 

 

I doubt they sound anywhere alike though.  The Dulcia also look like the Final Audio headphones as well...  They also resemble Etymotics in a sense, but sound nothing like them XD  

post #24 of 45

We need more reviews in this thread! bigsmile_face.gif

post #25 of 45

Neutral and relative smooth across all frequency range! Not sparkling high, and decent bass response with warm sound signature. For sure it is not a super detail IEM, but super value for money IEM, even can complete with higher price IEM. Quiet nice production quality, with a decent case.

 

My POV only for reference. 

post #26 of 45
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Originally Posted by FlySweep View Post

Right now.. the overarching sense of the sound I get is very very neutral & ever so slightly warm.  Mid bass all the way down to the sub bass is quite linear.  I like this.  They've got a very dynamic sound (deep soundstage), impressive clarity, and excellent separation.  Vocals sound wonderfully clear.  Treble is smooth but extended.  Good articulation up there, too.

More to come..

Thanks for your impression. How does it compare to Vsonic GR07 mkII?
post #27 of 45
Are they comfortable ?
post #28 of 45

I'm interested to read about a comparo between the ML Mikros 70 and the Ortofon E-Q7 if anyone gets their hands on both  etysmile.gif

post #29 of 45

very light, similar to X10/X10i

post #30 of 45
I just got these last night. My previous iem experience is the shure ec3 and the etymotics hf3. My initial impression is somewhat negative. But I think I like them. I haven't decided. Compared to the etys they are more forward in the mids and the bass and lack the high end pop. Sound stage is clautrophobic, but thats been my experience with iems in general. They sound clean. Noise isolation is good. Aesthetics are good, they feel very light.
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