I am relatively new to head-if and high quality audio in general.
I have been reading some sites, blogs and of course, this forum!
I see that headphones, over ear models are highly rated for their sound quality.
From what I see, headphones only have one driver providing sound, it is usually a large 40mm or 50mm driver, but just one.
IEM can have a single p driver or multiple drivers on the same iem.
Drivers can be of the dynamic type or BA.
I see IEMs with 4 drivers of different sizes and one driver for lows, one for mids and one for highs.
From what I know from home Hi-if, multiple way speakers are usually better.
If you have one or two woofers for low frequencies, then a woofer for mids and a tweeter for highs, you generally get better sound quality, fidelity and detail,
I am just wondering if this is not the case with head gear,
Won't a multiple driver IEM deliver better sound that a single driver headphone?
Also, what do you prefer? And why?