April 2, 2020 § Leave a comment


“The sound stage is open and airy. Instrument separation is very good as well, it is quite easy to pick out the positions. However, when you add a little congestion to the equation, things change a bit. This is the case with nearly all solo dynamic drivers but I wanted to mention just in case. Fast passages and increased number of instruments cause congestion and this results in changes in how the sound stage is perceived. Of course, poorly recorded or loudness war veteran tracks make the situation even more complicated so I’d stick to audiophile recordings. Don’t go “but this earphone only supports up to 250kbps!” I already know that. My audiophile nature wants to believe that recording quality is simply more than just numbers. There are just too many variables when it comes to mastering. Better play safe. Let’s talk about imaging and speed. For starters, it’s not hard to see that imaging is directly related to the sound stage, therefore it is good with this pair for a TWS earphone. Because of the reason that the TWS600 has a rolled off subregion and generally bass light presentation, you don’t feel any dynamic driver sluggishness whatsoever. I want to add that the background is not completely dark, you can hear some low hissing in the background

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