- Jul 26, 2015
Don't really even think this thing has a 'sound signature' of it's own tbh it's just totally transparent and follows the cans/iems signatures. Most players add some here and there a bit. When I used the n6ii and my iems sounded pretty close in signature, more so than the 6000 in which they really sound different. It doesn't smooth anything out, but with a good file and smooth cans/iems it's as smooth as silk.
Are you saying the N6ii exerts it’s signature on the IEMs to make them sound more similar than they are natively? Then the LP6K is so transparent, the IEMs sound like they were designed by the manufacturers, making them have more sound signature differences? If so, this make my decision for a LPGT or LP6K legit! I bought the specific IEMs I have for their different signatures, which I like.