Moondrop in-ear monitors Impressions Thread
May 16, 2020 at 7:58 AM Post #5,251 of 11,466
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May 16, 2020 at 9:21 AM Post #5,258 of 11,466

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Maybe Saturn? The seismic oscillations inside Saturn produce visible wave patterns in the rings, kinda like bass (see GIF). Naming scheme can be extended, doesn't sound too outlandish...
 

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May 16, 2020 at 10:50 AM Post #5,259 of 11,466

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I'd say Meteor for that bass slam.
 
May 16, 2020 at 1:28 PM Post #5,262 of 11,466

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Tbf, any cable is good as long as it works

There is a difference, but it isn't night and day. The least influential link in the chain, but it is still a component.

I think spending money on a wire upgrade is alright, around 1/3 of the price of the iem. Too much is a waste. If you order online it is also risky, since the synergy may not be there and the new wires have altered the sound signature away from your preference. I went with 4.4 jack + gold plated silver (most likely copper painted yellow), but boy is it thick. So thick and shiny that it turned a few heads in public. Any real improvement? I'd say 15%. Fully unleashed the bass and imo at a good spot since the original S8 was just a tad bass shy.
 
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Management want to emphasize it's bass tuning by selecting something that mentions the rhythm or tempo, so they were having problem decide.
Comets are fast. Comet or Comet Melody? And shooting stars are fast, too. Quasars have lots of energy. Black holes could be perceived as bassy. NASA recorded the "Roar of Jupiter".
 
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It's gonna be very minor, as we mentioned, our filters are consist of layers for tuning, and layers for dust proof, this has only protection functionality, in fact I cannot tell the difference with these on and without.

My filters finally arrived. Now I have plenty and they sound great!
I've noticed that they are thicker, but I couldn't notice any degradation in the sound.
 
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