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ขาย Simgot EN700 Suzuka หูฟังระดับ High Fidelity
เบสชัดหนักแน่น soundstageกว้าง ดีไซน์สวยล้ำ
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It seems like I've been buying a lot of IEMs lately that various members have recommended and I've been very happy with the outcome. In this instance, however, this was sort of an impulse buy that was actually suggested by a seller on AliExpress (Jim from HCK). I decided to purchase these and I know various other members on the forums are curious about them because I have seen them pop up here and there (and it is also said that one of the folks from Ostry is the maker of these). Well, I decided they were worth a shot and I received them today.
Thought I'd add a few words about me, why not right? I came into the world of audio from a guitar background, buying up tube amps from when I was a kid and was always fascinated with them. Then I ended up buying my first decent pair of IEMs one day for a long flight (Yamaha EPH-100) and it was downhill from there. For a year or two, my only source were cell phones + a DAC/amp combo. Recently, I've invested in a desktop setup consisting of a Schiit Bifrost Multibit and Project Ember tube amp (which I absolutely love). I'm still no professional, I don't know all the right terms and I can really only offer an opinion of what I like. I don't have golden ears and I would not be considered a sommelier of the audio world. But what I do have to offer is the fact that I buy pretty much every IEM that looks interesting and give it some good listening time
In The Box
So, here is what we are looking at with some unboxing photos:
As you can see, packaging and accessories are first rate with a lovely leather case, plenty of tips, a VIP card (ha!) and a wonderful presentation.
Here are the specs on the box (mostly in Chinese, so I'll try my best):
-10mm dynamic driver
-24 ohm resistance
The cables are non-removable and very supple. The memory wire, however, is a bit stiff and this would probably be my only complaint for otherwise an EXTREMELY comfortable IEM. I am not a fan of over-ear use, but these simply disappear. I took my dog for a walk while wearing them and it was very pleasant and isolation was pretty good. I have been told that the cases are aluminum with stainless steel. I thought it was plastic at first simply due to how light they are, but apparently they are metal. Cool!
I want to mention that I have tried these both in my iPhone 6S (and they were driven with absolute ease) and my Galaxy S7 + Dragonfly Red playing Tidal lossless streaming. My impressions below are quite similar on each.
Edit: I've also auditioned these via my Schiit Bifrost multibit DAC and Project Ember tube amp and wow, the sound phenomenal. I can say they definitely respond well to a powerful amp. Granted this is way overkill for IEMs, but the sound really comes alive.
I need a lot more time with these, but first impressions are very good. These strike me as similar to the Pinnacle P1s that I just bought in that they are a single dynamic 10mm driver with over-ear wearing and a larger size housing. These are much larger than the P1s, but just as comfortable to me.
Bass: I get that wonderful deep bass you would expect from a dynamic driver. Not overpowering, but definitely on the warmer side of neutral and I find it to be very pleasant as I am somewhat of a bass-head. I notice more bass presence as compared to the P1, but obviously less than something like the Sony XBA-A3 or similar triple hybrid setup. To me, it fits into the "just right" category. I think the large shell of these provide a nice chamber for deep bass.
Mids: Very smooth, very pleasant to my ears. Vocals really come through and while I wouldn't call these IEMs mid-forward, they are in no way recessed for my quick listening (which was some pop, country and a few rap songs).
Treble: This is interesting. The treble is energetic and quite noticeable, but not sibilant or harsh. These are not bright IEMs, but instead they seem very balanced to me with a special treble that I am really enjoying. I experienced no fatigue (but again, limited testing) and while in some tracks I would ask for a tad more treble presence, over all this is a very pleasant experience.
Edit: Just put on the Shockwave 3 IEMs and their treble is quite a bit more present. I still wouldn't say the treble on the EN700 is rolled off, but it is very pleasant and shouldn't bother anyone. The Shockwave 3 IEMs have much more treble and therefore might seem like they are more detailed at first, but I'm not ready to make that judgement just yet and I still think I like the overall treble signature of the EN700 more. Best way I can describe it is: present, clear and not bothersome in the least.
Separation: These are doing very well especially for a single DD. No complaints at all and I can clearly hear the different instruments. Below, Pastapipo suggested "The Look" by Metronomy for testing soundstage and while that is still TBD, that song CLEARLY expresses the great separation and detail these IEMs can produce. Another member suggested "This is What You Came For" by Calvin Harris and Rihanna and that song is an incredible test for separation and detail. These fared extremely well, better than my LZ-A3 and another triple hybrid we are not supposed to discuss here on Head-Fi.
Vocals: I'm not sure if this usually gets its own section of an impression, but something I'm noticing is that since none of the frequency is exaggerated or bothersome, it really presents a nice balance that allows the vocals to come through. It sounds as if the vocals are forward in certain songs, but that's only because the bass is isn't overpowering and the treble is so controlled. These are great for songs with strong female vocals (think Adele, Meghan Trainor, Charlie Puth LOL! etc.).
Overall: I'm really pleased. For around $100 USD, these are a worthy contender to other IEMs such as Pinnacle P1, HiFiMan RE-600 and similar single dynamic driver earphones. I figure honesty is the best policy, so I want to mention something about the soundstage: I have absolutely no idea how to test soundstage on an IEM (or headphone for that matter). I will have to leave that up to the experts, which I am definitely not. I am a hobbyist and I just love to toy around with different sets of IEMs. I am more than happy to answer any questions you folks may have about these!
I really like these and I am actually very eager to spend more and more time with them. They have a special sound signature to them that I really like in that they are balanced, have powerful bass and non-intrusive mids/highs that work very well together. Well-done Simgot, whoever you are :-) Slight edit on this: While I would still not clal the mids intrusive, the mids really are coming forward in my continued listening and I would say they highlight vocals very well. Mid-forward would be the description I would use here, but not washing out any bass or treble.
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