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

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  1. Cevisi
    Did you tried pure copper ?
     
  2. Steve Guppy
    Have to say I agree with @Hawaiibadboy , I notice no real difference between cables. These have been my most recent 2, and although I prefer the look of the colour, with the DM6's, of the ISN cable (1), I prefer the LZ copper cable (2) aesthetically.
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    Also, thought I'd give some ML Spiral Dots I had lying around a go. And i think I prefer them to the Symbios. The most surprising aspect was that the bass has more depth and weight to it, most noticeably in the sub-bass reason. This has intrigued me, especially as I noticed an increase in bass going from the W to the N Symbios on both my FH5's and DM6's...But I'm no scientist, physicist or even audiophile, I'm just a music lover plain and simple:)
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    Last edited: Apr 1, 2019
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  3. redrol
    He has lots of high end cables and notices no difference.

    Having said that, the stock DM6 cable is too thick and rigid for my tastes.
     
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  4. Steve Guppy
    I agree that's why I changed mine. Purely for aesthetics
     
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  5. redrol
    I just spent about 8 hours with the DM6. Did a 4 hour winter run, then 2 hours of bowling and a couple more hours at home relaxing. My running mix was metal such as Brutal Truth, Metallica, Anthrax, Testament, SOD, etc. Metal is the DM6's strong point I think. I have other audio things and the DM6 destroys everything else I own for metal. It's actually making me enjoy older 80s stuff way more. For bowling I did some eletronica, Disclosure, Feed Me, and others. Big bass electronica with vocals is also amaaaazing on the DM6. For home listening I did some Reggae, which honestly I prefer on my Moondrop KPEs. The reggae stuff I have is from the 70s, and 80s and the albums are mastered like crap. Weird chanel imbalances, vinyl to digital rips, noise and hiss, etc. The Dm6 is just too analytical for this kind of stuff. Still, higher quality albums like Bob Marley Legend are spectacular. I also really love Burning Spear and Third World. All have great production.

    All in all, spectacular listening.
     
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2019
  6. AudioCans
    No, I have not tried pure copper alone, I honestly do not think that there would be much difference between pure copper alone and pure copper that's silver plated. The fact that I get the sound that I like is the important issue.
     
  7. archy121
    Did either of you guys order cable #130 ?

    I decided to leave it for now as I’m really enjoying the sound as things are. Also I really love the antique copper colour of the BGVP OCC I bought recently. I think I prefer it to the Gold/Yellow blend of #130.

    I look forward to your impressions with DM6 if you have ordered them. There is always 11/11 coming.
     
  8. archy121
    I also found using wide bore tips like the Philips really increased the sub bass and made
    It more visceral. But as my DM6 settled and it’s sibilance dimished I tip rolled again and discovered that although the wide bore tips increased the sub bass, they also increased the Midd bass and reduced the very highs.
    Going back to narrower tips such as Symbio or Spinfits tightened the mid and sub bass slightly giving a slightly clearer and airy sound.
    Now I swap between Symbios and Spinfits.

    Don’t you find going to the wide bore Spiral Dots negatively increases the mid bass along with the sub bass ?

    I have these tips also and will give them another shot tonight. I guess such tips could be great for Reggae listening sessions.

    *TIP*

    I also found out that depending of how far you slide the tips down the nozzle of the DM6 it changes the amount of bass. Eg pushing down the tip so that it is almost flush with nozzle end reduces bass and the opposite occurs the more the tip protrudes above the nozzle.
     
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2019
  9. Holypal
    upcoming DM7..
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  10. Cevisi
    Looks nice
     
  11. jon parker
    Interesting:

    Four-way + four-catheter sounding program
    Integrated professional electronic four-way + 4-channel catheter sounding program,
    Let the six-element array moving irons connect to each other to present a three-band balanced sound.
    High frequency and beautiful air
    The low frequency is just right, the elasticity is good, and the sense of hearing and quality are taken into account.
    The image is clear and the positioning is accurate.
    Bring you a sense of hearing
    Lou's high frequency composite moving iron
    SWFK-31376
    娄中中高动铁
    ED-29689
    Acoustic IF low frequency composite moving iron
    33AP007
    Low frequency moving iron
    CI-22955
    Exquisitely processed four-way crossover technology
    The DN47 uses an industry-standard four-way design with four acoustic ducts.
    Pronunciation, equipped with three Lou's acoustic damping and a patented acoustic damping
    The distribution of ultra-high, high, medium and low frequency bands, the overall curve is smooth and smooth
    Smooth, popular tuning, while taking care of the size, the sound field is just right, sweet
    The beautiful vocals are not too tired to wear for a long time.
    6" @ BGV P electroacoustic
    Four-way + four-catheter sounding program
    Integrated professional electronic four-way + 4-channel catheter sounding program,
    Let the six-element array moving irons connect to each other to present a three-band balanced sound.
    High frequency and beautiful air
    The low frequency is just right, the elasticity is good, and the sense of hearing and quality are taken into account.
    The image is clear and the positioning is accurate.
    Bring you a sense of hearing
    Lou's high frequency composite moving iron
    SWFK-31376
    娄中中高动铁
    ED-29689
    Acoustic IF low frequency composite moving iron
    33AP007
    Low frequency moving iron
    CI-22955
    Exquisitely processed four-way crossover technology
    The DN47 uses an industry-standard four-way design with four acoustic ducts.
    Pronunciation, equipped with three Lou's acoustic damping and a patented acoustic damping
    The distribution of ultra-high, high, medium and low frequency bands, the overall curve is smooth and smooth
    Smooth, popular tuning, while taking care of the size, the sound field is just right, sweet
    The beautiful vocals are not too tired to wear for a long time.
    6" @ BGV P electroacoustic
     
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  12. darkwing
    wonder how much is it
     
  13. Steve Guppy
    Ι have to be honest I don't think there's any such thing as IEM's "settling in" or "burning in" . It's just doesn't make any scientific sense to me. The same with cables. I believe its psycho-acoustic.
    As for the tips, I generally don't find any real mid bass lift. I'm going through an EDM phase atm (Deadmau5, The Glitch Mob, Wolfgang Gartner, etc) , so good sub bass is important and really suits this genre of music. If I go back to listening to more vocal or guitar based music, then I may find I need to change back. But for now, they suit.
     
  14. Cevisi
    I bet between 250 and 300 dollars
     
  15. WhatToChoose
    In that case, I guess it is a good thing you aren't a scientist. Break in does occur, but whether or not it is audible is up in the air for research.
     
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