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BGVP discussion thread DM7/ DM6/DMG and NEW BA series

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  1. archy121
    So it begins..

    Do you think these will be additional sale offering to DM6 with different driver configuration as opposed to repackaged retuned DM6 ie v2 ?
     
  2. Hawaiibadboy Contributor
    No a new series.
    They posted about it back in December when folks were getting fake track #'s and all kinds of stuff.
    I fired off a mail and said the optics....they are bad. People struggling to get the DM6 or their money back and poof...got a new series at the same time?? It was a coincidence but it woulda looked horrible.

    They apparently are ready to start rolling stuff out. Besides the December sneak peak I know about as much as you.
     
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  3. archy121
    Definitely things have been changed up.
    Impedance is now even lower at 16OHM’s whereas in DM6 it’s 20OHM’s. Also sensitivity is now down from 122 to 120.
     
  4. Cevisi
    Can sombody read that is that japanese is there somewehre a price or a release date ?
     
  5. jon parker

    BGVP electroacoustic
    oNew DM7
    BGVP electroacoustic
    BGVPDM7 six-unit custom in-ear fever headphones
    Drive unit: six balanced armature units
    Sensitivity 21 20dB SPL/MW
    Input impedance: 160
    Frequency response: 10Hz-40kHz
    Distortion rate ー 0.5% (1 kHz)
    Acoustic left s1 dB
    Rated power: 6mW
    Cable length: 1.2m+5%
    I remember the old DM7 is finally here! Live real machine audition!
     
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  6. Cevisi
    Thank you i ordered the dm6 on thuesday that doesent feel good to see there is the dm7 coming :)
     
  7. dabaiyan
    There is no price or release date yet
    From the current info, they are using Knowles drivers TWFK-31376 for treble, ED-29689 for mid-high,CI-22955 for bass, and sonion 33AP007 for low mids
     
  8. Cevisi
    Shoukd i get pure copper or copper whit silver cable for the dm6
     
  9. duyanh43
    Wow a new IEM ? DM6 still in the hype yet they release another brand new flagship
     
  10. Cevisi
    I bet they correct the sibilance problem and want now 250-300 dollar
     
  11. MariusAB
    Yeah sibilance is the main thing they should change and tune different as too much harsh treble the main their problem. If they will correct this then it will be worth the price but in 300 hundred teritory perhaps fearless will be better option
     
  12. redrol
    The too much harsh treble is probably due to manufacturing problems. BGGARs DM6 graph is absolutely not peaky and neither is my set. BGGAR's set was made maybe mid-last year (guessing based on when his review came out). Mine was probably produced in November of last year. Maybe they got a handle on manufacturing and decided to throw another BA in there for good measure?
     
  13. Drake_Mallard
    It's way too widespread to be a manufactoring problem. I think maybe the ones with the harsh trebles are a version two-ish similar with KZ and the ZS5. People liked the ZS5 until later many people said their's has very harsh treble; then it turns out the ones with the harsh treble has 2 BAs at the nozzle instead of one like the original. If BGVP didn't change the BAs, they probably tweaked the sound signature.
     
  14. davidcotton
    Don't worry by the time you get the 6 the 8 will be out and you can pre-order that one :p
     
  15. MariusAB
    with harsh treble should appear about at the end of 2018 and begining 2019 because i know that my sample was made from the new batches as older were already sold and there wasn't any of these available from november sales then bgvp began to make something that till now isn't clearly answered. Do they silently changed something or it was some intentional change in tuning control to make production faster as an answer to rapidly expanding demand. But this problem exist whatever bad boy or other that have good samples says. Perhaps not all samples but some. Too much people and too much ears that says the same. If you have to look for "good" tips or "smooth" source to tame down this harsh treble then there was a problem. Don't know how about new batches.
     
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