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NiceHCK M6 is the new High End IEM of the store NiceHCK, with 4BA+2DD. Use MMCX connectors and it comes with three interchangeable filters to modify its sound and adjust it to our preferences.

NiceHCK M6

  • Specification:

    1. Product Name: Original NICEHCK M6 In Ear Metal Earphone
    2. Brand: NICEHCK
    3. Model: M6
    4. Earphone type: In-ear
    5. Impedance: 17Ω
    6. Earphone sensitivity: 106 ±2 dB/mW
    7. Frequency range: 20-20000Hz
    8. Interface: 3.5mm Gilded
    9. Plug Type: L curved
    10.Cable Length: 1.2m±3cm
    11.Color: Green, Gray
    12.Whether with cable: Yes
    13.Earphone interface: MMCX connector
    14.Whether with mic: No
    15.Whether can replacement cable: Yes
    16.Driver unit: 4BA+2DD( 4 Balanced Armature + 2 Dynamic) hybrid driver unit

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    M6 Green 1.jpg

    M6 Grey.jpg

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Recent Reviews

  1. Otto Motor
    NiceHCK M6 – Driving Like God In France
    Written by Otto Motor
    Published Dec 16, 2018 at 8:19 PM
    Pros - Beautiful imaging; great resolution and detail; smooth sound.
    Cons - Soft, prominent lower end is not for everyone; filters can come loose; deserves a higher-end case.
    Executive Summary

    The NiceHCK M6 is a warm-sounding, somewhat low-end-heavy earphone with a V-shaped signature that nevertheless excels by its excellent midrange (voice reproduction, natural timbre), soundstage, resolution, and layering. It is quite a step above the $40–50 earphone fare I have reviewed recently.



    I was asked by Jim NiceHCK to review this earphone and purchased it for $1. I thank Jim for our ongoing discussion, patiently accepting my criticisms and suggestions and his absolute non-interference with my work.

    It is my goal to give the reader a concise, thorough, and accurate account of the earphone – and how the earphone fits the big picture. Packaging and cable shape are of limited importance to me and will not get much attention here. In terms of visualization, I aim to focus on the relevant characteristic features of the earphone including details such as vents, lips, connectors etc. Most photos and diagrams can be enlarged by clicking on them.

    After reading my previous reviews, it should be clear that I prefer a neutral leaning tuning with a tight and dry bass – and certainly not a V-shaped flavour. The higher the price of an earphone, the flatter of a frequency response I expect with the mids moving forward and becoming successively more intimate and natural.

    As always, I tested the M6 over an ever growing cross section of music that provided a broad coverage of the frequency spectrum, including naturally generated sounds such a voices and classical instruments.

    Frequency response curves are now one of my standard staples of information in this price class. As to the graphs displayed here: the measuring coupler was two pieces of plastic tubing on the end of a Dayton iMM-6 microphone. No compensation or smoothing was applied. These measurements should not be directly compared to other measurements except those done on the same device, for example the ones I have posted before.


    NiceHCK is a company that – among other things – sells “original manufacturer design” (ODM) items under their own branding. Recent NiceHCK earphone models include the EP10, EP35, EB2 earbuds, and the P3. The M6 is a higher-priced model and the most upscale iem I have reviewed so far. Therefore let’s explore together what makes the M6 better and more valuable than, let’s say, the $50 class.

    The M6 is a six-driver earphone (2DD + 4BA) with a four-way crossover that was designed and tuned by a “famous” (however mysterious) ODM factory in Guangdong. It appears to be technically identical with the BVGP DMG as both share the same sound description and frequency response. They come most likely from the same assembly line.

    • Product Name: Original NICEHCK M6 In Ear Metal Earphone
    • Brand: NICEHCK
    • Model: M6
    • Earphone Type: In-ear
    • Driver Unit: 4 BA + 2 DD (4 Balanced Armature + 2 Dynamic) hybrid driver unit
    • Crossover: 4-way
    • Impedance: 17Ω
    • Earphone Sensitivity: 106 ± 2 dB/mW
    • Frequency range: 20 - 20000Hz
    • Plug Type: 3.5mm L-shaped
    • Cable Length: 1.2m ± 3cm
    • Vailable Colours: Green, Gray
    • Cable Connector: MMCX
    • Remote/Mic: No
    • Price: $88 for Head-Fiers
    • Purchase Link: NiceHCK Audio Store
    1. Select your earphone (colour, cable etc.)
    2. Leave a note for the seller in that textbox that you want the $99 head-fi discount.
    3. Check out...push "other payments"...DO NOT pay
    4. When you go back to "my orders" in the toolbar, you see your order with the comment "awaiting payment"
    5. The seller will manually adjust the price...and you will receive an email..or check back from time to time
    6. Once the price is to your liking, you finalize the payment

    Click image to enlarge.

    Packaging and Accessories

    The content comes in a factory-sealed box that contains the standard NiceHCK earphone case will all goodies inside, packaged in a series of small plastic baggies. The content is laid out in the photo.

    Physical Appearance, Haptic, and Build Quality

    The rounded shells are made of aviation-grade aluminum in a top end “computer numerical control” (CNC) process [according to Jim NiceHCK] and feel smooth and high quality. The shells have a front vent and a back vent, and a third, square one by the connector. The braided MMCX cable is soft and flexible with an L-shaped 3.5 mm connector – and is appearance wise and haptically somewhere between the new KZ cables and the fancier third-party cables. Everything is of good quality.

    Ergonomics, Comfort, Isolation, and Fit

    The earpieces fit me well and were comfortable over longer periods of time. Isolation was average but the bassy tuning counteracts the low outside noise frequencies that are hard to filter out (see below).

    Source and Eartips

    I listened with the iphone 5S with the audioquest dragonfly black dac/amp attached to it. Although easy to drive with the iphone alone, the M6 greatly benefitted from the dragonfly. The largest included wide-bore tips worked well for me.

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    Click to enlarge.


    The M6 comes with three sets of filters but no manual describing the differences between them. The ones in the shells’ colour (green in my case) are the standard filters: they had to do for me – I don’t like fiddling with filters – and were used for my sound description. According to JimNiceHCK, the golden filters “improve the low frequencies” and the silver ones “improve the high frequencies”. My measurements show no difference between filters up to 1 kHz – but lots of variation between 2 and 6 kHz where the gold filters produce substantially less energy – and the silver filters slightly more – compared to the green reference filters.

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    It has been claimed that the M6 sounds better with a more expensive third-party cable (one user reported a tighter bass and another a thicker bass, possibly using the same copper cable). I tried the M6 with five difference cables. If there were any sonic differences, they were minimal – and not based on differences in frequency responses as per my measurements. If an earphone does not work with the stock cable, it is not good imo.


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    NiceHCK M6 frequency response with the green reference filters. Click diagram to enlarge.

    The M6 is a warm sounding earphone with a V-shaped signature and a pronounced, thick low end. The frequency response is rather linear which results in an overall smooth sound. Unfortunately, the low end and midrange do not harmonize but rather work against each other.

    The sub-bass is well extended but overshadowed by a broad bass (sensu stricto) hump peaking between 60 and 90 Hz. The bass has a reasonably fast attack but a rather slow decay which can make it soupy, soft, and possibly overwhelming to some ears while not being overly impactful – and it is certainly not part of an “audiophile” tuning which I expect in this price range. To me the bass is the sonically weakest point and I wonder what the tuner did to the two DDs. The benefit of such a bass, on the other hand, is added richness to deeper male voices and a good “shield” against the low-frequency travel noise that is not filtered out by the isolation (city bus, airplane). Another advantage of the bass is when combined with a bass-weak dap such as the Shanling M0 (I perceive this player as not very bassy). The M6 introduces some life to the Shanling's low end. It still does not make the low end any more accurate but certainly generates some fun.

    The midrange is simply great and makes up for the bass: although slightly recessed, voices have an incredibly natural timbre and richness. I have yet to hear better. The bass, however does occasionally smudge into the mids. As to the upper midrange: there is a smaller hump in the 2-4 kHz area than in most cheaper models (e.g. TRN V80, BQEYZ KZ2): this shows that the drivers have enough quality not having to rely on this excess energy that also can cause fatigue through harshness and hardness. The effect in the M6 is that there is no crowding in busy instrumentations but a good flow in these frequencies.

    The treble tags on seemlessly to the mids and they are well extended. High notes are smoothly reproduced without any sibilance or other unpleasant surprises. In “Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen”, a grandiose aria from Wolfman Mozart’s opera “Die Zauberflöte”, the “Queen of the Night” hits her high notes firmly and with ease. High quality listening in the uppermost levels.

    Soundstage, sense of space, instrument separation, layering, resolution, and detail are all absolutely superb – although this depends to some degree on the bass presence. I listened to my standard dummyhead spoken-word test tracks and the accuracy of the placement of voices and background sounds was mindboggling. Choir performances and singers on the piano also sounded fantastic. Again, I have not heard an earphone that beats the M6 in this respect – but my experience with pricy current models is limited. Adding a strong bass section reduces these qualities.

    Select Comparisons

    There are not many earphones in this price category I know. I feel that the M6 is unique enough not to rely on detailed comparisons. It should be very clear from my descriptions and the reviews by others whether it is for you.

    iBasso IT01 (~$100): a known bass and sub-bass canon with a generally accepted superb low-end quality that is not even remotely touched by the M6. The M6, on the other hand, smokes the iBasso in the midrange in terms of timbre and richness as well as in overall imaging and resolution. The iBasso comes with a really fancy looking cable.

    M6 and iBasso.jpg
    Frequency responses IT01 and M6. Click to enlarge.

    Hill Audio S8 ($60): its 2 BA + 1 DD produce a V-shape and warm signature with an soft, bloated bass and a good midrange similar to the M6 but an overall slightly leaner image. The M6 is better resolving with more subtle details and its midrange is fuller, smoother, and less crowded. The S8 is not far behind the M6, sound wise. The S8’s shells are smaller and may be better fitting for some ears. If you like the S8, you will like the M6 (and the other way round).

    M6 and S8.jpg
    Frequency responses S8 and M6. Click to enlarge.

    Brainwavz B200 v1 (~$110; discontinued): this 2 BA earphone has a tight bass, not quite as well extended into the sub-bass as in the M6, a slimmer, cooler sound than M6 and S8, but it lacks the rich, natural midrange of the M6. Build is soso at best but the fit of the small earpieces is magical. Technically less competent than the M6 it may nevertheless have attracted many purists.

    M6 and B200.jpg
    Frequency responses B200 v1 and M6. Click to enlarge.

    BCEYZ KC2 (~$50): this 2 + 2 hybrid has a slimmer, faster bass but is also leaner and less natural in the voice department and less smooth/shouty in the upper midrange. The M6 offers simply “more sound and soundstage” and a better resolution. The KC2, while a respectable earphone, is the least capable of this mix.

    M6 and KC2.jpg
    Frequency responses KC2 and M6. Click to enlarge.

    Concluding Remarks

    The M6 is a good, technically competent earphone that is well worth its asking price but it could be a killer if the tuner tightened up the rustic low end. The all-important midrange is of such a high quality that even the small recession can’t take much away from it. Nevertheless, focusing and reducing the bass would bring out even more clarity, detail, and resolution and add balance to the sound signature. I asked Jim to forward my suggestions to his “famous” ODM factory hoping for a second, alternatively tuned version as offered, for example, by Etymotic.

    Summing up, the NiceHCK M6 is like a large luxury SUV: roomy and comfortable, offering a smooth ride on a soft suspension. While some of us like this, others prefer the tighter suspension of a sports car. Nevertheless does the ride remain much slicker and more comfortable with the M6 than with a $50 SUV. The road appears to be wider and more open to the driver.

    In the end, it comes down to a matter of taste. Looking at the FR graph alone may be a deal-maker or -breaker for the informed reader.

    You can get the NiceHCK M6 only here!

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    2. Otto Motor
      I don't know the p4 pro...in fact, I wanted to cut down on this hobby including reviewing since I felt I was stagnating. But once I had set up my measuring rig and learnt how to optimize the process - this also came with a push in listening capabilities. In the last few months, I have only listened analytically but never really for fun.
      Otto Motor, Dec 18, 2018 at 6:12 PM
    3. Otto Motor
      While I am presently catching up on the albums of the year with my new Shanling M0 (cheap goodness!), I am ready to start over again. If any seller wants to send the p4 pro to me...
      Otto Motor, Dec 18, 2018 at 6:13 PM
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    4. paulindss
      Totally understand you, started a portuguese YouTube channel to help people. And reviewing with some responsibility indeed lacks some fun.
      paulindss, Dec 18, 2018 at 6:19 PM
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  2. Dsnuts
    NiceHCK M6, A hybrid for tweaking?
    Written by Dsnuts
    Published Dec 1, 2018
    Pros - Good base hybrid sound. Excellent build w mmcx, 3 tuning nozzle filters begging to be tinkered with. Very ergonomic and comfy for hours of use. Eye catching green. A case.
    Cons - Stock cable severely limits the true sonics of the M6. Tip selection is limited.
    A big thanks goes out to Jim and very hard working folks at NiceHCK. It is Jim and more Jim all the time always. If you have any questions about any NiceHCK products. Please reach out to Jim at NiceHCK. His last name should be NiceGuy. Cus that is what he is. Very Nice. Jim has graciously provided a review sample of the M6 in exchange for how I am hearing this product. Even though the product was provided for the purpose of a review I have always told folks I get review samples from that I have no problems sending back the items I review. The NiceHCK M6 can be purchased here.


    This is a review about an earphone that has got a few faces. What you are seeing looks like the well reviewed BGVP DMG earphones in a different color. More than this. NiceHCK has got their own version of these 6 driver hybrid earphones. Simply called the M6. This green version reminds me of another green earphone that has been highly regarded here on the threads. These were sourced from the same manufacturer that made the DMGs for BGVP. Therefor not a dupe or anything like that. There are similarities in the design and sound but in the end I found the M6 to be a better value over the DMGs.


    Color is everything. Once You realize my Electric Green color is cooler than yours. Then you might just get jealous. But fear not. The M6 consists of 4BAs unspecified, which take on the duties of mids to treble and a dual dynamic, which takes care of the bass duties. What your seeing is very similar to the DMGs. However with a few key differences, being the extra vent on the back of the M6 housing which tightens the treble of the M6 version. Owning the older version of the DMGs. I actually prefer NiceHCK’s version due to this minor revision with a cleaner treble end of the M6.Not to mention actually being a bit cheaper. Who don't like that. In hindsight I believe it is due to this aspect that has the M6 sounding even better as they adapt to newer parameters in cables and tips. More on that later.

    Here we have the specs.

    4BA drivers+2Dynamic w 4 way crossovers

    Sensitivity of 106 dbs@ 1mW

    Range of 20hz-20Khz

    Impedance of 17 Ohms

    Interface: mmcx

    Sound tuning: 3 filters, treble, balanced, bass

    Cable: 5N OCC SPC cable in brown,3.5mm single

    Included: Case, 2 sets of silicones, 1 pair foams


    NiceHCK always include a solid clam shell standard zip up case for just about every earphone they make and sell on their website. Something you didn't get with the DMGs. Then there is the build on the M6s. The housing is made of a solid CNC aluminum very ergonomic shell, in electric green I like to call it. The other option is a darker grey in color. Very specific colors just for NiceHCK. Why green? Most of the earphones I own are all darker colored variety so a bit of color is not a bad thing. In fact I was pleasantly surprised just how good looking the smooth finish and the green pops to your attention. Looks actually more attractive in person than in pics


    The color of the standard cable is brown which houses a silver coated copper variety for the cable. While functionable, it is not all that different from your standard cables included in most earphones at this price point. Cable is soft and has very minimum microphonics. Which helps you enjoy what your listening to without any added noise.

    Ok so what about the sound? You read about the DMGs and probably skipped over these for their 5 BA flagship model DM6. I am gonna tell you these can hold their own in fact. These have potential you have no idea about. As an enthusiast that love to not leave good enough alone. I will show you how you can get your M6 earphones to the best sound it can throw out and will not only be competitive in the price range for earphones but might actually sound better than your higher end earphones with a few tweeks.

    These are a very capable and a proper sounding hybrid. Mids and highs have better transition here vs the bass to the rest of the sound. They do sound coherent for the most part but don’t expect top level coherency from a $100 level hybrid earphone. As they are, sound is best described as a mild v shaped in character with a fairly clean spacious sound. I think there is a misconception of the classic V tuning we read about on the threads due to the elevated mid bass and proper treble emphasis just about every earphone even neutral ones will have a mild V shaped Fr. However what is important to me is how the overall sound is portrayed.

    Mids on the M6 do not suffer from recession or being too laid back in the overall mix. While it is not a forward sounding mid section. I never thought mids were a weak point on the sound. What it does portray is a clean fairly well thought out mids design where vocals and instruments have a good degree of definition imagery and presence. Sure mids could have been done better with a slightly more organic fuller tone to it but for what it is on here. Mids are good but not great. With the bass filter I notice a warmer lower mid section which adds to a more robust musical tone in the mids in general which is my filter of choice. Timbre of sound is only average for in ears at this level but this aspect changes completely with a cable swap. More on this later.

    The M6 was recently sold for the sale price of $98. Currently sold for standard price on NiceHCK for $125 at the time of writing.At this price these are an excellent deal. Even better considering the DMGs are sold at $140. I encourage current owners and curious enthusiasts alike to read what I am about to put on this read that changes the stock sound. Onward and upward.


    Treble has a solid amount of even emphasis and reach even for guys that love their treble, especially using the silver treble filters. The OEM that made these earphones tuned and retuned these things to represent each portion of the Fr but not to the point of fatigue or too much of anything which is how proper earphones should be tuned. They come with 3 nozzle filters. Silver has no dampening material so all the treble energy the M6 throws out is represented in full. Due to the more energy in the treble region the bass has less of an effect on the overall sound design. Upper mids give a touch more brighter tone due the treble energy.


    The stock colored filter. Meaning if your DMG/M6 was let's say black,come with a black colored nozzle filter. For the M6 it was green like the housing. These represent balanced sound meaning with an added dampening material on the nozzle this tames a bit of the treble emphasis creating a more balanced and stock base sound of the M6. Bass emphasis is slightly affected. I find the the differences from the stock filter to the bass filter, gold on both the DMG and M6. Is very subtle. Bass emphasis is similar between the balanced and gold filter.

    The gold has a slight warmer thicker tone out of the filters due to the most dampening of the treble and not due to an actual raise in the bass. The filter system in itself actually encourages some tinkering on their sound. There is a new 4th filter out in the nets. A shout out goes to B9Scrambler for his review on the DMG and his discovery of how the LZ A5 filters work on these too for even more variations on the sound tuning.


    This new filter is supposed to clean up the treble and mids with a new vent in it. I have one on order so I will update my review here once I get the filter.

    The stage of the earphones are medium wide for earphones and while it does not have the widest of stages for earphone does make good use of the stage. Depth of sound is good but could use a bit more. Overall the imagery for stage gives a nice horizontal oval sound giving them a nice spacious feel for the sound. Zero congestion of sound is perceived due to the ample spaciousness on the sonics. Micro treble detail you get from BA earphones has their place in the sound and these will catch you off guard on occasion with treble that shimmer out side your head. Overall the roomy shell makes for good added space for the drivers to do their work for the sound. The ergonomic design of the shell is one of the better designed universal shells I have put into my ears. They fit snug and is very comfortable for my medium sized ears for hours of carefree listening.

    Bass of the M6 is not spectacular in quality or quantity but does have a good dynamic punch element with decent extension. While bass has your standard roll off below 50hz I don’t find the bass presence lacking or being the weak link on the M6. The bass of the M6 does a good job of representing the low end and while not the tightest or the most textured. Has no problems reaching the lowest of the low notes or being forward when needed for bassy genres. Bass gets an average mark here in speed, quality and quantity given their price point but it certainly does not detract from the overall picture of the sound. Taken as the whole the bass don't take away from the tune but it don’t really add to it either. My bass tracks I tested with the M6 actually was able to pull off a decent bass but again it is not the be all of bass quality. At the given price point it is to be expected. Considering how good the graphene bass is on my old cheaper DM5 earphones. I was expecting a bit more from the bass driver on the M6.

    The potential of 4BAs and a dual dynamic. On paper that will get anyone excited about the possibilities. I am just gonna say it. The stock sound is not exactly the best of what you get here. It is certainly a capable sound and with an amp sounds outstanding with standard cable that is on the M6. If your on a budget and you can only afford to get the M6. They will be a great sounding earphone for you but if your like me. Don’t let good enough alone the next segment is for you.

    Mmcx and filters. What does this say to you? For me it says please put on a pure OCC copper cable on them to see what that does for the sound. I did this literally after hearing 3 tunes with the stock cable. That was when I knew these had more potential than what is presented in their stock sound. I ordered a cable from NiceHCK to use with these on the suggestion of Jim.

    Can be purchased here.

    This cable brings out the true capabilities of the M6. In fact once I get done with my write up here I am gonna ditch the stock cable these came with and will probably collect dust from this point forward. I didn’t stop there. Owning a few higher end cables that came with my Andromeda S and Solaris. I ended up trying both Alo litz and super Litz cables on the M6 just for fun and grins.

    With the NiceHCK OCC cable. Resolution and clarity increases to a different level across the sound. Better tighter more defined bass. Greater accuracy in the mids, even better cleaner timbre in the treble region.

    With Alo litz cable these sounded nothing like the stock sound. They sounded more closer the andromeda they came from. No joke. Better treble sparkle and bass fullness.

    It was the thicker super Litz Alo cable that really brought out something special I was not expecting. Fuller thicker more detailed beefier sound. The M6 seriously went up another tier of earphone after these cable changes. More authority in all regions of sound with added boldness in every region. Tips are a given in that you should always experiment with tips for your earphones but this time I have been using the included foam tips which is a first for me to actually use the included tip. In fact. I have become a huge fan of the foam tip they included on these. I believe the DMG also includes one of these foam tips. These foam tips are a bit different than your garden variety foams in that they have a silicone like finish on the foams. Pliable and isolating like foams but retains the sonics of silicones. By far the best sounding and isoting foams I have ever used.

    So in the end. The stock sound is a good one and you will most certainly get your money worth in sonics and function, but a quick cable swap and these will be competitive with your nicer higher end earphones. I know guys are skeptical of cables and what they do. But I am only reporting on pure sonic changes for from good to excellent that comes along with changes on a cable swap. Going from the Alo super litz to the stock cable to do this review was not a minor downgrade.

    Sure it makes little sense to spend $200 on a cable on a $125 earphone. But the NiceHCK OCC cable while it is a bit more spendy in cost vs your standard $20 variety of cables. Will make you glad you spent a bit of extra on these. I would first advise you trying out your other cables that came with your other earphones. If your happy with the stock sound. Be happy. What is the chance the resolution and sonics goes up dramatically with a nicer cable? That my friends is up to you to find out. Just know as good as what your hearing using the stock cable believe it or not is limiting the sonic abilities of these excellent earphones. Tinker away my friends. I empower you. I encourage you. I am an enabler. Why not get the best out of your equipment? Find out yourselves. M6 has untapped potential. Waiting for you. Mr. Tinkerer!
    A cable swap to the M6 is like turbocharging your car engine. Why not turbo charge your M6? Thanks for reading and go enable yourself! You will thank me later.
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    2. cqtek
      Hi @Nymphonomaniac. Really @Dsnuts is right to say that the stock cable is not good. I've tried using an 8-core TRN cable and the sound really improves, and it only costs 8€. And I've always been really skeptical about the sound improvement due to changing cables. It may be that the stock cable is not very good then.
      cqtek, Dec 10, 2018
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    3. Dsnuts
      I tried 5 different cables ranging from $20-$200 cables and all of them change the stock sound for the much better on these. That just tells me how limiting the stock cable is.
      Dsnuts, Dec 10, 2018
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    4. Nymphonomaniac
      Well, I believe you guys, but I find this sad at this price to have to deal with the ''KZ cable problem'' hehe My ZS5v1 sound like garbage with stock cable, my VIDO too and I need to recable them to understand the hype, lot of example for sure...perhaps we need some scientist to mesure cable current or something, cause chifi cable aren't trustable AT ALL! I order a balanced one at 11/11, will try it the the M6 on its way....got a bunch of cable too, especially MMCX.
      Nymphonomaniac, Dec 10, 2018
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