Very good for vocal
The Twilight are absolutely stellar. If it wasn't for potential fit and comfort issues due to the nozzles being on the thicker/longer side, they would be recommended without hesitation as a blind buy for anyone seeking a natural timbre, coherency, instruments and voices sounding lifelike which are naturally breathing and having what some could consider being the perfect amount of detail and texture. They're an overall smooth listen all the while retaining a good amount of detail and a particularly open soundstage.
Bought this to replace stock cable for Monarch MkII can't believe how much it improved, every metric, especially in sub bass. Also very aesthetically pleasing.
At this time you know about the deep bass capability of Legend EVO. But there is more, Evo it’s a wonderful IEM with high end technicalities as resolution, 3D soundstage and amazing image.
My top qualities of Evo are:
• Natural timbre
• Superb detail retrieval on all FR
• Tasty textures thanks to Bone Conduction Driver
• And for sure, a shaky bass that turns music into an experience
Compared to my Anole VX and 64 audio Fourté, Evo are enjoyable experience. VX are so delicate and precise on mids with a textured bass. Fourté is a journey to treble paradise. And Evo, a wonderful combination of natural timbre in mids with an unmatched bass response. If would have the treble air of Fourté, would be perfect for my taste.
Maybe I’m on honeymoon, but Evo it’s an addictive IEM, VX and Fourté are jealousy waiting on their boxes.
practically solved connection issues with my SP1000M and AK240 Blue Note. the 2.5mm to 4.4mm adapters are alright but since the 2.5mm jack of the player is quite small, it is prone to getting damaged from being constantly used and abused. this was the solution. plus, i get powerful yet smooth sound quality. highly recommended, if you'd love keeping your old AK gear.