Linsoul SIMGOT EA500 10mm Dual-Magnetic-Circuit & Dual-Cavity Structure Dynamic Earphones with Replaceable Tuning Nozzle, Detachable 2-Pin OFC Silver Plated Cable for Studio Musician (Silver, EA500)

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Linsoul SIMGOT EA500 10mm Dual-Magnetic-Circuit & Dual-Cavity Structure Dynamic Earphones with Replaceable Tuning Nozzle, Detachable 2-Pin OFC Silver Plated Cable for Studio Musician (Silver, EA500)

Linsoul SIMGOT EA500 10mm Dual-Magnetic-Circuit & Dual-Cavity Structure Dynamic Earphones with Replaceable Tuning Nozzle, Detachable 2-Pin OFC Silver Plated Cable for Studio Musician (Silver, EA500)

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I thought it was actually a really cool design for a portable music player, with those slight curves on the top left and bottom right, but the top right and bottom left were standard right angles! Hey, SIMGOT! Design a portable music player that looks like that for me! This hobby is inundated with a constant churning of hysteria, fanfare, puffing, some people even call it “flimflam” and “brouhaha”… believe it or not. Of course, those people were probably born in upstate New York in the early 1920’s, but I digress. The word which is used most to describe this phenomenon is… “HYPE”. Some people carry some great disdain for those who hype a product. They roll their eyes. They raise their audiophile noses to the sky and look down in disgust. Perhaps they have forgotten the joy that this hobby brings. I get it through; you don’t want people to mislead out of pre-hype honeymoon auditory bliss.

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In this configuration, the experience has heightened bass depth and a much more prominent treble drop-off, meaning it is both less physically impacting and less bright, more tamed on the top, and more plentiful on the bottom. The H-2016 curve and the response of the red ring version of this experience taper off significantly once we get to the treble area. These IEMs are fairly similar in terms of overall bass response. It’s the mids and treble where some noticeable departures happen. Red ring nozzle - less darker, smoother and clearly more articulate, similar texture with lyrical type of baritone, "Noble Baritone".The Star River have slightly better technical prowess, with improved soundstage, micro-detailing, clarity, instrument separation, and imaging. However, the bar is low, as other DD-type transducers easily beat the Star River in this department. Where to Buy I am pleasantly surprised with the product performance to price ratio. This IEM will sound fantastic playing most music genres and I could hear notes which were otherwise inaudible on the drives used in my past. Riding on the aforementioned dual DD hype-train, the Star River utilize a 10mm beryllium-plated dynamic driver in tandem with a smaller 6mm titanium dynamic driver. These are arranged in a parallel precision circuit, with N52 magnets and Japanese voice coils.

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Final takeaway: I has been a very long time when reviewing a IEM where I just zoned out because I was enjoying the music and forgot I have something in my ears. When listening to the EA500 that happened more than once. That’s a very powerful statement and the ultimate testimonial to how much I enjoy these IEM's. The midrange of both sets has their own charming qualities. The EA500 has the more forward mids with a more natural take on this region. The Topaz on the other hand is dense in lush tapestry with velvety cleanliness that has depth and weight. Shimmer and levity and resolution goes to the EA500 while the Topaz is completely in-offensive and completely smooth with lush timbre. The EA500 is more technical on almost all fronts and perhaps this is where we can start to see it pulling ahead for good. Up TopResolution is very high, texture is accurate, three-dimensionality is reproduced almost perfectly, and there is a sense that the center of the music can be heard in considerable detail. Moreover, the EA500s are incredibly comfortable, fitting naturally to the shape of the ear and suitable for all-day wear due to their low profile. They are even great for lying down, thanks to their unobtrusive design. You have to listen to this live recording , the Music that belted out of EA500 was breathtaking to listen to." Many people have already begun modding their EA500’s with “Y3” Filters placed over the front vent or gone with different tips or even nozzle filters. The great thing is the flexibility the EA500 has with any modification or change. Timbre isn’t 100% natural either (off-natural) though because the sound is so resolute and clean it almost doesn’t matter to me. I think the sound fantastic on this set. Treble Region

Simgot ea500 review, actual potential or just a hype train? Simgot ea500 review, actual potential or just a hype train?

A huge stage and Vocals listen for excellent separation and stage, Vocals at 1:38 and female 2:38 and micro-dynamics I saw these IEM's and what can I say there is a special place in my heart for full on metal shells, it certainly does something special for the IKKO Obsidian OH10 and the same exact thing can be said for the EA500!If I want to have a beer and just get lost then some Jazz , Miles Davis, Poncho Sanchez, Jimmy Smith, Ray Brown Trio.

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They feature superb ergonomics coupled with a light weight, without awkward protrusions. I have no issues using them for marathon listening sessions. They look chunky, but comfort is excellent. The eartips which come with the EA500 are decent in build and pretty useful. Simgot provides three pairs of opaque white tips (S, M, L). They are semi-wide bore with a moderately firm flange. Of course, I couldn’t use the included tips in my ears, I just don’t get that good seal. The EA500 uses a 10mm dual magnet and dual cavity chamber design for the driver. I find this especially interesting that there is extra space allotted inside an all-metallic chassis. Male vocal that has low baritone voice such as Zhao Peng retains the warmth and texture to it, it doesn’t sound thin at all, very pleasant experience So, the Moondrop Aria SE has a more mid-focused tuning while the Simgot EA500 is a bit more dynamic and punchy. The Aria SE’s soundstage is narrower and has more intimate vocals whereas the Simgot creates a larger space overall. Both are great IEMs and which one is ‘best’ will come down to personal preference and taste in music. Verdict

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This is a preference thing, if you like the general sound of a good IEM without it being a specialized product aimed to be good at a few things, then opt for the red ring. They are the generalist sound type. Texture is good, but certain competing IEMs offer more texture at the expense of the “grunt” that the EA500 showcase. This is one of the trade-offs you must make in the budget range. Midrange EA500’s tonality is leaning towards neutral with slight warmth to my ears. Timbre sounds very natural to my ears and it has quite a good body to it overall with sufficient note weight to it. Good tuning in my opinion, musical sounding at the same time with good technicalities.



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