The new GR07 Bass 2017 Edition Detachable version improves on the build quality of the previous GR07 bass by adopting better quality cable
and a more durable earphone jack. It is no uses its iconic red-grey cable. Instead, a fully grey cable is used. Furthermore, it is now detachable for better
Please note that the GR07 Bass detachable and the GR07 Classic detachable have the same outlook but the tuning is different.
The GR07 Bass Edition 2017 detachable edition is the next version of the critically acclaimed GR07.
The GR07 Bass Edition maintained all the upgrades from the GR07 MK2 namely: a more flexible cable, reduced siblance and improvement in clarity.
On top of that, the GR07 Bass Edition improves upon the bass response of the GR07 Mk2 giving it more wellbodied bass.
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Posted by Greg on 6th Jan 2018
My only issue with then previous GR07 BE was the cable - this version has seemed to address that entirely.
Posted by Marian on 27th Sep 2017
I haven't had a lot of different earphones. I had the GR07 MK2 for two weeks a few years ago and was very astonished of the clear, crisp sound with a sound seperation I didn't even know was something to notice. It is worth mentioning, that it was my first encounter with high quality earphones. In the end I couldn't live with the sibiliance in higher frequencies. However this encounter was my kickstart into the world of earphone forums and I fell in love with good audio devices. Fast forward ->>
Those iteration isn't just a better built version but improved in sound. I do not notice any sibiliance - maybe if I look for it very closely but it isn't noticeable like it was in earlier versions (tried the 2015 classics too). The bass is beautiful and fast. I hope the build quality lasts and if not, that it is only the cable that need to be replaced.
I am very happy with my purchase and aside from the inner uplift I am a huge fan of the design. In my opinion those earphones are very good looking and I like the font they used and the less present looking cable (it was candy red/white before).
I am happy that I did the purchase since I have been undecided to give them a go for a long time.
Posted by Mak on 17th Jul 2017
I've owned multiple iems, alot of them costing 2-3 times the cost gr07 did when they were first released. I always felt like they all were missing that speedy bass or timbre tht the bio-cellulose drivers have.
Since my mk2 version broke, I got these and wasn't dissapointed! The build quality can make do with some improvements(vsonic products biggest weakness). But the sound is even more refined now imo or could be placebo. Can't get a hint of siblance unlike the earlier versions.
Get these earphones and get a decent Bluetooth mmcx dongle and you've got a great piece of hardware that's wireless and comfortable even while sleeping on the side. .
Posted by Tan Chor May on 30th Jun 2017
Was for a friend. But so far, he likes it!
Posted by Savvy on 6th Jun 2017
Never owned a VSONIC iem before. I rate it highly. If you like quite a flat sound signature this iem fits the bill. Build quality seems good, and the Dynamic Range and soundstage is excellent, as the name in the title of these iems may suggest the Bass is not overemphasised, in fact I think the bass impact (especially the Mid-bass) is fantastic (no bleeding into other frequencies, etc). Great for most music types. I also own the DUNU-2000j, DUNI-1000 and the Yamaha eph-100 (a range of quality and sound sig of headphones) and I find that the VSONIC sits perfectly (with ear adapters provided) and gives a good seal without ear pressure build up I suffer with the likies of the Yamaha eph-100, its like it just sits their perfectly. This iem pairs perfectly with the Sabre Quad DAC LG V20 I own. Highly recommended, A+++