- External noise attenuation approx. 26 dB
- 3 Way system: 1x Bass, 1x Mid, 1x High
- Frequency range: 20 - 19,000 Hz
- Sensitivity: 109 dB / mW
- Impedance: 39 Ohm
- Detachable cable
- Cable length 160 cm
- Angled 3.5 mm stereo jack plug
- Colour headphones: Black/transparent
- Cable colour: Transparent
- Incl. Transport bag, 3.5 mm to 6.3 mm jack adapter, silicone and foam padding
What do you think about this IEMs?
I’ve been using these for about 1.5 years and I am happy. These are meant to be used for live performances. I would rather say it is meant for just listening to the track while playing instruments (don’ play any instruments). The E70 are not good enough to EQ the stage sound I guess. It has nice mids, great bass if the Comply foam is not to old and nice highs.
I own Beyerdynamic Custom Studio, E70 and Jubilee. Tomorrow or the day after tomorrow I will get the Neumann NDH 20.
I listen to metal, rock, 30s-60s rock and roll / jazz music (Fallout games), Hardbass, Jrock, Jmetal and Jpop (Japanese music which is more mainstream, no ay ay ay / akward japanese music.
The only thing I found out is that mainly female voices tend to sound more manly because the bass can be much. In games like Hell Let Loose if I don’t confuse the ww2 game the placeholder sounds are too bassy. On the other hand when playing games with better sounds I do not notice the bass which is still less than let us say bose headphones.