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Chinese / Asian Brand IEM Info Thread

  1. crabdog
    Would you really trust a chart coming directly from the manufacturer that rated the quality of their lineup? :p (In case you weren't aware, ellezhou is a rep from BQEYZ.)
  2. Emelya
    That's true. And I asked Elle Zhou to provide me with this table, because I don't want to guess if there's any difference between these similar looking models. Anyway a manufacturer knows better about specific features of his own products
  3. Wiljen

    I have all of them except the K1 and for me the Kc2 is closest to neutral, followed by the Kb100, then the K2, then the BQ3 which is more V and the Kb1 which is more bass forward.
  4. Slater
    If it’s any consolation, BQEYZ makes good stuff. They know what they’re doing, both with tuning and with construction and design.

    The overwhelming majority of impressions (by trusted HF members) and reviews on all of those models is positive, including the models I own.
  5. Palash
    Yes as I have Kb100, i can say it showing the quantity.
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  6. Wiljen
    Props where they are due, for a recent start-up, the only thing I have had from BQEYZ that I did not think was absolutely superb for the price was the bluetooth cable. They went with a low latency chipset and traded too much range for lower latency to make me happy with it. All of their in-ears have been really good for the asking price and considering 6 months ago they were not making earphones and now they have 5 in the best of budget category, thats a pretty major accomplishment. Name one other maker that in their first year produced 5 solid in-ears.
  7. Nimweth
    The BQEYZ K1 is exactly like a banned seller's model NY-06. Anything fishy there?
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  8. HungryPanda
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  9. Slater
    Well, they have been making IEMs for others for 15 years. They just started selling their own brand 6 months ago.

    I guess I’m more surprised by the fact that they didn’t sell their own brand before now!
    Last edited: Nov 25, 2018
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  10. Wiljen
    If you like the Tin Audio T2 but wish for a bit more bass, I posted a review of an in-ear you should try tonight on my blog.
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  11. exavolt
    Reading the conclusions, I take that KC2 has a slight edge compared to that one.

    Also, on audiobudget's FB, one of the comments on a post mentioned that they are (were?) re-tuning the model you've just reviewed. If that's true, we won't be sure what we will get. I'll probably go with KC2 for the "warmer T2".

    edit: added link.
    edit 2: reducing ambiguity.

    h/t to @PCgaming4ever for the info.
    Last edited: Nov 26, 2018
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  12. 1clearhead
    Good review!...very informative! :thumbsup:
  13. DocHoliday
    Seems to me that, despite the heavy competition, BQEYZ deserves a place at the table.

    Let the games begin.

    Last edited: Nov 25, 2018
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  14. Theri0n
    Is there any other IEM with sound signature similar to BQEYZ KC2 in higher price range?
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  15. Slater
    CA Andromeda?
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