The IEMs themselves are just beautiful to look at. There was enough written about the cable and I have to confirm it, it is really stiff and does not want to bend when you need to but I already got used to it. But bigger issue are the stock eartips, they are just awful and do not make the IEMs enough of a service - especially when it comes to trebles which sometimes sound really harsh. It all changed when I did some eartips juggling and settled with Final Audio type E. They really helped to open up the soundstage even more (especially in height, it is already wide enough) and made the trebles pleasant. So I really recommend this combination because with the stock setup I felt they were not really worth initially.
First of all, the red face plate is beautiful and stimulates my desires.
The sound is also more evolved than the MkII, making vocals sound beautiful. The sound is a little lighter than Multiverse Mentor, but it sounds good enough.
Finally, I would like to thank Andrew for his kindness.
Please see full Head-Fi review below. In summary, incredible technicalities, modest sub bass. Highly recommend if it fits in your budget.
quad-brid drivers set-up to give an exceptional and an impeccable unique listening experience.
That resonating bone conduction experience.
a balanced-neutral tuning that is well-suitable to some experienced audio enthusiasts out there.
Excellent bass haptics.
Clean and clear midrange.
Almost tonally perfect rendition of both male and female vocals. Sweet and captivating coloratura soprano vocals.
Nearly tonal accurate timbre of most instruments.
Shimmering, airy yet inoffensive treble response.
Unmatched technical performance