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are they better than the monks in SQ?
can someone tell me what this means for earphones?
I am starting to really like the earbud factor, and just got the Monk plus and the Yincrow X6.
If I wanted a mini AKG k702 for atmospheric gaming, movies, and music in the earbud format, with a wide soundstage and good imaging, what would be the best earbud?
I definitely prefer it but it needs to be driven by a decent amp/high quality dap.
Is the Zishan Z2 enough?
I have no idea, never used one
all try this and tell me what earbuds u use and how they sound like
Does it have a good soundstage? I saw it recommended a lot for the detail and extension, but not for the out-of-head experience.
Does it work better with an amp? How does it compare to the Rose Masya or the Shozy BK?
check the headfi review
What's with all the AliExpress affiliate links people are posting on this thread - is that allowed on head-fi? If it is, it makes me question some of the buying advice and opinions I've been reading lately, I have to say.
I did, that's why I was surprised by the suggestion.
Many reviews seem to say the soundstage on them is average at best, so I thought maybe there was something more to them than the reviews.
Edit: Ah, I see what you mean. So it sounds a lot like the Shozy BK. Are the shells comfortable?
If you are prepared to go up to around $50, Yincrow RW-777 is a solid recommendation if you are looking for that AKG K70x type of sound.
The Moondrop Nameless gives a nice neutral wide soundstage that I think sound similar to AKG house sound
I actually have a bigger budget than that. I was planning on just getting one good earbud instead of a drawer full of "meh" buds, but the more I read here, the more I want to try!