Yinyoo KBEAR KS2 in Ear Monitors, KB KS2 Stereo Bass Headphone, 1BA+1DD Hybrid Over-Ear Earbud Headset Noise Cancelling Earphone with Removable Cable for Running Walking Church Stage (No mic, Green)

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Yinyoo KBEAR KS2 in Ear Monitors, KB KS2 Stereo Bass Headphone, 1BA+1DD Hybrid Over-Ear Earbud Headset Noise Cancelling Earphone with Removable Cable for Running Walking Church Stage (No mic, Green)

Yinyoo KBEAR KS2 in Ear Monitors, KB KS2 Stereo Bass Headphone, 1BA+1DD Hybrid Over-Ear Earbud Headset Noise Cancelling Earphone with Removable Cable for Running Walking Church Stage (No mic, Green)

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The bass on the KB01 bass region has a bit more sub-bass growl and rumble but it is very close between the two. Disclaimer: This review set was graciously lent to me by a friend and the review is written of my own accord. Conclusion ​To conclude my full written review of KBear’s latest budget iem I have to say that this set is a great sign for the storied Chi-fi brand. They’re also amazingly comfortable to use and even after wearing for several hours they’re still as comfortable as when you first inserted them.

In the end​Honestly folks, between the two sets I find the Cadenza simply more energetic and livelier. The KBEAR KS1 is a bassy and warm set, so in general, I found it paired better with perhaps neutral or brighter sources.It doesn’t come through full time, but is enough that if a track has an emphasis in that range it gets strident quickly. The cable still starts out with a 90º jack in black housing with a silver ring accent and a proper strain relief. The perfect pair of earphones, those that disagree with my opinion should be dismissed immediately as they be haters. Sensitive” by Meghan Trainor on the other hand shows how that pinna gain in the upper midrange might cause a bit of glare as well.

As this is an intended V shaped tuning, mid and vocal lovers best look elsewhere, as vocals and the mids are in the background, and at times may be a bit hollow.However, even a raspy country female like Grace Potter in the song “ Good Time” comes across really well. In general, there isn’t much to a critic here but just some slight bass bleed but checks most boxes for a budget IEM contender.

BGVP went crazy and added both tuning nozzle filters as well as back vent filters to switch up the sound to your liking. This set is a far cry from the usual hyper boosted upper mids section we frequently encounter at the budget CHIFI segment.

On resolution capabilities, it has a solid macro-dynamics but it has an average mark on micro-detail retrieval on how it capture the subtleties of low-level information inside of atrack as they have less clarity and rather blunted in texture. Between the 2 sets, the BLON BL-01 is probably a tinge better in sound (if amped), but the fitting issues and the need for a higher powered source would mean I would give my recommendation to the KBEAR KS1, unless you have a good amp on hand. In general, the KBEAR Storm is a V shaped IEM with a slightly warm characteristic to it and slightly more emphasis on the mids and treble region.

Differences​To begin, both sets are built well but the P05 is a step up with an all metal (aluminum) material.

In my opinion, the back-metal plating design was a fashionable choice and appeals to my inner bias of these designs. I don’t really know what a high level of timbre is, but I’m guessing that KBear believes that the Storm will provide a very natural and organic sound.



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