Design wise, it mimic a jet engine turbine in a glossy colour plastic housing, lightweight as well at 10 grams. The design allow for air movement (pressure) for the bass to sound good. They use a 8mm dynamic driver. During use, the cables does not touch the face. Some package come with additional silicon ear piece (E type 5 sizes, A type 3 sizes).

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Technical Specification

  • Housing: ABS
  • Driver: 8mm dynamic dynamic
  • Sensitivity: 100dB
  • Impedance: 16ΩWeight: 10g
  • Cord length: 1.2m

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Audio Quality

POP/EDM:
Madeon – Imperium
Bass is well bodied, energy level are great for the price. No bass distortions detected.

Vocals/Instrumentals:
The XX – Islands
Vocal slightly muffled but not noticeable to many people. Guitar chord vibration can be heard be soft.

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Summary

I mainly for modern songs like POP/EDM/BASS and not for vocals (is good still but not the best) or instrumentals like Piano or Violin. It strength is low to mid range. I still prefer the Final Audio Design Heaven II that we review (here).

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