Simgot EN700

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Description

Description

  • Special dynamic driver designed for cavity characteristics. Comprehensive consideration of the acoustic theoretical curve and the actual sense of hearing in order to present the feeling of immersion. 
  • Cavity characteristics are designed for sound driver, from the sound theoretical curve to the actual sense of hearing, only to present immersive enjoyment.
  • The earphone housing is based on a large number  of ear shape data to ensure a comfortable fit. 
  • High-density mixed silver oxygen free cooper and no break sleeve to ensure the smooth transmission of sound signature. 

Accessories

  • 7 pairs of silicon eartips
  • 1 pair of foam eartips
  • 1 pleather case 
  • brush

Specification

  • Driver: 10mm ultra high magnetic composite dynamic driver
  • Impedance: 24Ω 
  • Headphone sensitivity: 101 ±3 dB/mW
  • Frequency range: 15-25000Hz
  • Degree of distortion: <1% 101dB (20μpa)
  • Sound track difference: <1.5dB (at 1000Hz)
  • Power Rating: 10mW
  • Conductor: 25 * 0.05mm silver-plated oxygen-free copper wire antibacterial TPU
  • Interface: 3.5mm 
  • Cable Length: 1.2m ±0.05m

 

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  • 3
    Not in the Pro or reference league but certainly fun to own

    Posted by Ghost on 21st Nov 2016

    I had 20 to 30 hours of listening and to my ears, the EN700 just fell short in the Pro/ Reference category. However, for the price and the accessories (the semi hard case) that came with, I think it is definitely worth my time and investment. I did a comparison with Vsonic GR07 BE and also Mee's P1 and found EN700 mids beats the two. This is especially so for Jazz pieces with strong vocal presence. In terms of bass, it is quite bloated and lacks the finesse of P1 but at same time it packs quite a punch. It really depends on your preference but I certainly won't put this in the reference category. In terms of treble, I think I am in line with the general consensus reported in head fi. The treble does sound slightly unnatural but it took me several attempts to spot the difference. In Depeche Mode's Blasphemous Rumours, the cymbal clash preseated itself thicker and rolled off slightly steeper as compared to P1 and BE. I tested it with a frequency sweep and confirmed that the roll off began at the 13khz to 14khz region. However, like i mentioned, it took me several attempts to hear the difference. For your average listening, without an objective A/B testing in mind, you probably won't notice such subtle imperfection at all. As for sibilance, I am not so sensitive so I don't think there is much issue.

    All in all, it is a fun IEM to own and extremely comfortable to put on as well, but that is if you can find the right tip to fit.

    One last thing, please use the form tip provided. It has a shorter nozzle and therefore able to reduce the funnel resonance and improve the overall treble responses slightly.

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