Pros: Balanced, clean, and versatile W-shaped tuning
Well-proportioned soundstage with excellent layering and separation
Very good resolution and clarity
Agile, well-controlled subwoofer-like low end
Airy and detailed treble
Well-built and extremely comfortable shells
Cons: Some BA timbre in the treble region
Slight recession in lower mids
Introduction: While Rose Technics is not exactly a newcomer to the Chinese IEM scene, nevertheless they seem to have largely flown under the radar of most Western enthusiasts (at least as...
Pros: Excellent fit and good build.
Natural and organic timbre with great tonality.
Smooth and non fatiguing.
Above average technicalities (other than microdetails). Layering is a highlight.
Excellent price to performance ratio.
Cons: Non detachable cable.
Hard to drive, needs amping to scale better.
Not the most detailed set, not for analytical listening.
Below average isolation.
Pros: Great sound quality, from midrange onwards, with excellent treble.
- Remarkable clarity and separation.
- Outstanding stage and very good three-dimensional feel.
- Good accessories and remarkable cable.
- Very good build quality and design.
Cons: The design is a mixture of other models.
- Slightly heavy.
- Limited bass, with a somewhat cold and not very natural sonority.
After a couple of months of reviewing the first product from the still little-known Chinese brand Hessian, I'm here to review the Ansata Pro. If on that...
Pros: 1) Soundstage - biggest I've heard, even if we're talking about using DSPs
2) Transparency - nothing is bloated or recessed
3) Bass control, treble control, basically - every sound is in its place
4) Manageable power draw from phone, WAY less than that of iBasso DC01
5) "Modular" design - you can choose any cable you want
6) Separation - every little sound just flows into your head without any effort, bad masters sound even worse, close to unenjoyable
7) Price - I mean, 100$?
Cons: 1) No signal validation - you will hear everything your mobile phone modem will try to do if your signal level is low
2) Boring as hell - if your headphones are, there are no character to this device
3) Soundstage can make you seasick, and that is not a joke, I've never been seasick in my whole life, but some badly (not just unmastered or semi-mono) mastered songs were a challenge
4) Separation - can dissect some tracks so much, that they will sound absolutely disassembled and disconnected
Preferable scenario - dynamic driver headphones/earphones.
I've had Cayin N3, iBasso DC01 and this thing.
This thing is now my daily driver.
Can get pretty intense in soundstage/separation/imaging...
Pros: Overall really mature tonality
Sound like a wired IEMs
Clear and smooth
Fast and well extended treble
Detail retrial and clarity (on par with most of wired set for its price)
Quick paring and stable connectivity
Fit and comfort
Cons: Not the most well responded touch panel
Battery life is just average ( it’s pretty solid consider there is a Class-A amplifier build in)
ANC will be much welcome
Geekfly is the American based company that specializes in wireless audio products. They are focusing on developed thri-bird configuration TWS earbuds, which has a...