Final Audio Design Heaven II Review | IEM

Compared to the Adagio II in the past which we reviewed is a bass centric IEM, the Heavens II take a different turn with it being more towards mid range more especially vocals and music instrument (Upper-mid to high frequency) at the cost of lower bass. N’ I say is bloody good. Final Audio Design Heaven II Review | IEM | Calvin Pixels | Audiophile Review

It’s a entry level to the Heavens range and also IEM market. Hardware wise it is using a balance armature drivers combo with mechanical filter to give it its unique clean sound characteristics. The Heavens II is house in a stainless steel housing that give a unique premium look, feel and weight even tho is really lightweight at 16 grams. The IEM earbud ends has a thick rubber that flex well and no sign it will fall apart. Total earbuds size. The cable total length is 1.2m great if you running the cable right from the pocket to your ears, with gold plated ends.
Final Audio Design Heaven II Review | IEM | Calvin Pixels | Audiophile Review
Audio Test:
EDM/POP: Pia Mia – Do It Again
Bass is presence but lacks energy, the feeling falls short quickly. Its doesnt have distortion because is just lack energy and body.
Final Audio Design Heaven II Review | IEM | Calvin Pixels | Audiophile Review

Vocals/Instrumental: Ed Sheeren – Touch and Go
Guitar picking has solid body where you can hear the vibration of the chords, hi guitar tone is awesome to the ears. Vocal has good body and depth. Performs well at the mid to to upper-mid range. Clear separation between vocals and musical instrumental. Vocal Echoing is ear candy.

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One thought on “Final Audio Design Heaven II Review | IEM

  1. Marge Reply

    This arltcie keeps it real, no doubt.

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