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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Billie Jean” by Weezer begins with some huge kick-drums followed by loud snares with a ton of energy. However, listening to a voice like Avi Kaplan’s (who is far deeper in pitch) on the track “ First Place I Go“, the KB01 doesn’t quite get you that resonant depth and his voice almost sounds a hair artificial. The KBear logo is on the front of the shell with KBear KS1 and L/R marked in matching gray across the rear surface.

As for soprano vocals, they are bright and gleaming in them though they are a bit unnatural and sometimes too tinny sounding especially on coloratura ones. In terms of how the tips affect sound, to me its not to a very significant degree but the normal tips certainly gave slightly more in terms of bass (sub rumble and impact), but again, its not that significant till the point where it affects the general tuning of it. The LARK here has more detail, a nicer bass response, a somewhat similar mid-range, and a much more exposed treble.The sub-bass of the KB01 is nicely controlled, not pillowy, and has an easy time making its way around complicated tracks. So, a decent Dongle Dac will suffice and even better if you have a balanced Dongle dac or dap to drive the Storm. Passive noise cancelling is pretty good which is going to be handy if you intend to use these with a phone. I have reviewed a few KBear iems of late, namely the Qinglong, Rosefinch, Dumpling, and the Ink among others and each has their own particular tuning.

KBEAR says that they combined a 10mm composite diaphragm dynamic driver and balanced armature driver to create KS2. From the horrible Opal (which I couldn't be bothered to review, as it should be erased from history) to the very restrictive F1, it seemed that KBEAR won't make it too far before vanishing from existance in the crowded earphones market.Plastic covers almost the entirety of the units from the 2 pin connectors all the way up to the nozzles. Once installed correctly they make you look like a TV host with an ergonomic flush outer ear finish. The KBEAR KS2 Earphones feature a twin-prong socket type plug which enables them to be versatile with additional accessories and upgrades. Seating the orchestra is better than the KS2 as instrument separation is improved compared to the KS2 and the driver speed definitely is noticeable here. Sound/speaker stage width, average height ceiling and immersive depth from front to back that it gives me a rather meagre head room.

I also found if you press and hold it’ll summon the Google assistant lady who tells me I have no plans (obviously ?

Honestly, I can’t find anything too troubling with the mid-bass other than it will likely be too much for some. Truth is, I think KBear did what they could with what they were working with and per the tuning they were going for. After removing the initial cardboard, the IEM drivers immediately greet you whilst being covered by a clear plastic layer and are enclosed with foam. I would like to think that anyone purchasing the KBear Storm wouldn’t exactly be seeking out details in their music. Hi hats in general will definitely sound slightly darker but not noticable unless compared to other IEMs.

So, when Keephifi, an agent acting on behalf of KBEAR contacted me yet again offering me these to review, I jumped at the chance. Each and every review takes quite a bit of time and I do hope that it helps at least someone in making a purchasing decision.

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. This shaped plug enables you to prevent damage that can be caused by stress to the standard straight shaped plug. KBear also sells the Storm in a few other colorways, deep purple, transparent purple and transparent smokey black. It makes good and wise sense to check out other thoughts before shelling out the money for this set.



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