General Information


1. Product Name: NICEHCK DIY PK2 Earbud In Ear Earphone Earbud
2. Model: DIY PK2
3. Type: In-ear flat head earphone earbud
4. Impedance: 16Ω
5. Earphone sensitivity: 106dB/mW
6. Frequency range: 10-22000Hz
7. Interface: 3.5mm
8. Cable Length: 1.2m±5cm
9. Weight: 15g
10.Color: Withe, Black
11.Whether with mic: No
12.Earphone plug type: Line/L Tpye
13.Earphone category: HIFI, Monitor
14.Drive unit: Dynamic unit drive

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**Disclaimer** - I received a sample of the Yincrow X6 for the purpose of this review.


- Impedance: 16Ω
- Sensitivity: 106dB/mW
- Frequency range: 10-22000Hz
- Plug: 3.5mm
- Cable Length: 1.2m±5cm
- Weight: 15g



The NiceHCK DIY PK2 does come with a nice little case an a plethora of normal, colored and donut foam covers. There is also a nice, rather large case to hold them all, it is so big you can fit the earbuds and a smaller DAP in there like the FiiO M3, xDuoo X2 or the Benjie S5.



Lovely. Simply lovely. The NICEHCK DIY PK2 is a nicely put together earbud both in design and materials. From the bottom with its clear right angle plug with sufficient strain relief, to the the soft flexible white cable and this versions white PK2 style housings. Also for me, this smaller PK2 shell is a very comfortable fit, I use foams.


*Sound* - I used a few devices, including my Orb Jade Casa DAC/Amp for testing.

- Lows: This does extend south a touch, though mid-bass seems to take the largest percentage of the lows. There is just a hint of leakage into the mids, though never muddy, mostly giving the earbud a feeling of warmth in the lows.

- Mids: I found that the mids are just a touch under neutral. Vocals are musical and smooth. Listening to "King - The Greatest" I found the group sound to take ever so laid back approach, more calming than in your face. I would not go as far to say the mids are recessed, just not overly concerned with being up front.

- Highs: There is an extension to the upper frequencies. I would say they can get a touch bright on certain tracks, but never harsh. There is no lack of details in the highs.

- Soundstage: Not a lot to talk about here. Width is decent, but not overly distant.

- Driving: Rated at 16Ω I thought these would be easier for most sources to power up, but I did find you did need a bit of power to get the most out of the NICEHCK DIY PK2. Something like the Benjie S5 has to be cranked up a little higher and did not provide the quickest speed. Best sound was when it was paired with my Orb Jada Casa System.


*Overall Thoughts

For those looking for a great looking, quality build, biased mid-bass, relaxed mids and extending highs, the NICEHCK DIY PK2 might be right for you.