Driver: Hybrid configuration – 1 Beryllium covered DD and HEVK balance armature
Impedance: 19 ohms
FR range: 10hz-20khz
Acoustic Research AR-M200
XDuoo X3 (CS4398)
Realme 6 paired with externa DAC ( Avani, Abigail, JCally JA21)
Tidal, Spotify,Qobuz, & Apple Music
(MP3 320kbps, FLAC 16bit,FLAC 24bit,WAV,DSD256)
Build and Packaging: The BGVP DN3 provides a 7 pairs of eartips, including 3 pairs of vocal tips, 3 pairs of bass tips and a pair of memory foam. The included cable has a built in mic which is essential for those who needs one. The cables feels like a regular TPE Oxygen-free copper MMCX cable, I suggest getting an upgrade cable for this. Shells has a unique design that looks like a grill which make it attractive and different to other standard iem designs.
Lows: Bass has a decent amount of impact and quantity here, I think its because of the drivers used in here, the beryllium drivers which I know that provides a good sound in terms of lows. Subbass rumble has enough depth and extension and midbass has a good impact and sometimes has a bleeding depending on the tracks.
Mids: Mids is not aggressive but more on laidback/relaxed but not that too laid back. I found it lush and smooth similar to the harman curve or U-shaped mids. Overall mids is still acceptable and can still deliver a nice presentation on the female vocals.
Treble: Treble has a good average extension which I don’t find a problem listening to. It has some airiness and shimmer which may sound sibilant sometimes depending on the tracks specially those high pitched vocals.
Soundstage & Imaging:
Soundstage offers a good height and depth extension. The placement of the vocals, instruments and audio panning has a good placement. I don’t find any trouble on the soundstage of this IEM.
Its been a pleasure trying these BGVP DN3. I am a fan of beryllium drivers and im glad they make an iem with these drivers. The drivers are well implemented and I think they make it sound just like how it should sound, nice quantity and impact of bass, relaxed mids and well-presented highs with a average soundstage.
Getting Older - Billie Eilish
Foxey Lady- Jimi Hendrix
First of the Year - Skrillex
The Husk - Rings of Saturn
Airplane Mode - Cory Wong
The Crying Machine - Steve Vai
Take the "A" Train - Nikki Yanofsky
A Little Piece of Heaven - Avenged Sevenfold
PLUR POLICE (Jauz Remix) - Knife Party
It's Oh So Quiet – Björk