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“The lower mids and upper mids are nicely balanced out as well. So it’s not an “overdoing” type of mid presentation. It’s very well refined and effortless. Sometimes because of the mid bass focus and this lush character, you can feel the mids are a little behind or congested, but I think that’s because the IEM doesn’t stretch the sound on a very wide scale. The elements are not far away and they don’t have a big space between them. They play close to each other and this creates a rounded and intense presentation.

Since the background performance is very good, you wouldn’t have problems regarding instrumental separation. This mid performance from the LSX is wonderful to listen to. The vocals and instruments are realistic, life-like and they have a great transparency with nice dynamics. While I found the LSX’s bass nearly flawless, I think its mid performance is also phenomenal.”



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