Aroma audio: Witch Girl S, Pro and W12 (With Nebula N10 unboxing)
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I just got my Ace. Intial Impression is very positive. I love how they pull such a high level of seperation and detail retrieval while still retain totally smooth signature. This is my first purchase of anything audio-relate that is north of three grand and I wasn't very impressed with the Witch Girl 12 so I was a bit anxious but I'm glad with the way it turn out :smile_phones:

My preference about the switch right now are: Ace=treble>bass>vocal


I like Ace mode but treble switch is the most versatile with pretty drastic change on how the stage is structured while bass and vocal switch seem like minor alteration to how the Ace mode sounds.

Congratulations! It boasts top notch resolution with a fatigue-free sound. I personally enjoy the Ace and Queen modes the most. :beyersmile:
 
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On closer inspection the bass switch kinda remind of how my Witch Girl Pro sounds which is nice because I like them (the Pro) even more than the Witch Girl 12 :smile_phones:
 
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On closer inspection the bass switch kinda remind of how my Witch Girl Pro sounds which is nice because I like them (the Pro) even more than the Witch Girl 12 :smile_phones:
Yea man. All the modes offer something different. :p
The Ace is truly one of the best flagship IEMs in the market. :o2smile:
 
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